Our preconceptions about what people are like often influence our behaviors in such a way as to elicit from them the very characteristics and behaviors we expected in the first place.
Strategies we use to test our hypothesis about other people can produce confirming evidence, even when the hypotheses themselves are incorrect.
When we hold strong beliefs or stereotypes about other people, our behavior toward them often causes them to behave in ways that validate our original assumptions.
People’s eyes tell you EVERYTHING!
It doesn’t matter how someone dresses, talks, walks, or does absolutely anything. The eyes Never lie. If you want to find out about who a person is, don’t pay attention to anything but their eyes. The eyes will not fail you, and whoever said “eyes are the windows to the soul” is an absolute genius because it is the complete truth.