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Timelines are particularly useful for studying history, as they convey a sense of change over time.Wars and social movements are often shown as timelines. Examples include: Another type of timeline is used for project management.Your first phone impression is a tricky mating stage that comes after exchanging emails online, but prior to meeting face-to-face.What I’m seeing as a matchmaker in this new dating decade of 2010, is that many first dates never happen because the guy or girl had a negative impression of you via phone.
Don't just dismiss some advice because it makes you a little uncomfortable.
A timeline of evolution can be over millions of years, whereas a timeline for the day of the September 11 attacks can take place over minutes, and an explosion over milliseconds.
There are many methods of visualizations for timelines.
Note that I used the word “impression” because it’s not about who you really are: it’s about someone stereotyping you before they get to know you, based on little things you might say, or not say, that usually don’t reflect who you are deep down. After interviewing more than 1,000 single men and women for my new book, “Have Him At Hello,” I have 9 tips to help you shine on the phone: 1. Be fun: If there’s a lull in the conversation flow, try to be fun and spark some banter. Relax him/her: Make the person feel relaxed and confident by acting happy that s/he called and giving positive feedback on their conversation skills (even if his/her phone skills aren’t great-the initially shy or awkward ones usually make better partners in the long run than the instantly slick, charismatic ones! For example, tell someone, “I had a rough day at work, but your call cheered me up! Know when the party’s over: End the conversation quickly when you sense the energy level drooping.
Use a Land Line: Try to speak on a land line whenever possible. Give intentional responses: If he/she says something vague such as “How are you? Pick a neutral, third party topic, and make a comment (or ask a question) about it. But blame it on an external factor rather than sounding bored.