Impress: v. to make a human(s) sense admiration and respect
Impressing someone is closely associated with a good or excellent reputation which is seldom achieved overnight but results from a long history of being honest, sincere, dependable, competent, and trustworthy. Usually someone with integrity has a good reputation and if they have good communication skills and are good public speakers they can in fact become charismatic influential humans.
Someone with an excellent reputation demonstrated over a relatively long duration is usually the one who is admired and respected by other humans and can be considered to be a very impressive human.
It is inaccurate to say that you are trying to impress your date by looking good, radiating a good personality, and maybe giving a gift. Admiration and respect only comes once you prove that you deserve it and it usually takes much more than one date to establish that as a fact and become truly impressive.
On a first date you can create much admiration or attraction for you with an expensive car, great job, and nice personality but the respect only comes with time and even though you may be initially admired for your performance the respect only comes gradually once you prove yourself over duration.
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