If we are to learn to improve the quality of the decisions we make, we need to accept the mysterious nature of our snap judgments.— Malcolm Gladwell
Fascinating Snap Judgment quotations
People make snap judgments about me that are frequently misguided.
For years I have been accused of making snap judgments.
Honestly, this is not the case because I am a profound military student and the thoughts I express, perhaps too flippantly, are the result of years of thought and study.
People don’t really want to know anything about you.
They just want you to fit into their little predetermined slots. They decide what you are in the first two seconds, and they only get nervous or upset if you don’t live up to their snap judgments.
We all have the same needs. So it's immoral to make snap judgments about people.
The next time you make a snap judgment about a situation, take a few moments to understand an opposing viewpoint.
The second we see somebody on the street or meet someone, we make snap judgments about them, about who they are and why we wouldn't necessarily sit with them or why we would or what's cool or not cool.
There are moments, particularly in times of stress, when haste does not make waste, when our snap judgments and first impressions can offer a much better means of making sense of the world.
I find many women are intimidated by "career women"! Bottom line: snap judgments about what you think others' perceptions might be about you, personally or professionally, can be more dangerous or damaging to you than those who are uncomfortable with your stature or your smarts. If you are smart and focused on your career, remind yourself that no one can ever take away your drive and your passion.
I try not to make snap judgments. I never, ever make conclusions about products I've never tried.
Radio stations have constructed a narrow door[way], and that's because they don't understand how complex and paradoxical our snap judgments are. It's hard to measure new songs.
our unconscious reactions come out of a locked room, and we can't look inside that room. but with experience we become expert at using our behavior and our training to interpret - and decode - what lies behind our snap judgment and first impressions.
Snap judgments? I'd gotten over those about the time I was toilet trained.
Swore off diapers and faith in the human experience all in one week.