Amy Cuddy who is a psychologist teaching at top MBA institute, Harvard Business School, says that when people meet each other for the first time, they size up the other based on two significant aspects. The first one is trust or warmth. The next one is respect or competence. While a number of career aspirants focus excessively on the latter, it is essential to understand that due to the peculiarities of human evolution, we tend to put greater focus unknowingly on warmth. If we go back to the times when we stayed inside caves, we would rather assess others based on whether they would be good to us or useful to us. Thus a lot of students, skip social events in order to focus on building competence, but realize later that their job prospects haven’t really lit up. This is because no one really came to know of their personality.

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