When going in for an interview, one is most likely going to be nervous. It is a stressful situation. For one, you are being judged. No one likes the idea of being judged nor the idea of rejection.The other factor that comes into play is the unknown. What is going to happen won't be known until after the interview is over. Either the job, scholarship, or title will be yours or you will be interviewing again.
I remember my very first interview. I was a senior in high school. I had worked by babysitting, but never had to interview for that. I prepared for my interview very little. I knew I had to dress appropriately, so I got dressed up in a dress and headed down for my interview. I was interviewing at the local doctor's office. I hated going to the doctor by the way, so why I was interviewing for a job there is beyond me. Once in the building, I had to sit in the reception area to be called back. I was a nervous wreck! I didn't feel prepared, and didn't like the idea of being scrutinized. The office manager eventually called me back. I think she was aware of my fears. She asked me some questions which I answered to the best of my ability. I felt so small and young and foolish sitting in that chair. After she interviewed me, she offered me the job. I ended up working there throughout my college days and a little after. The office became a wonderful place to help me grow and grow up. I have very fond memories of my time there.
The thing that I wish I had known then was how to prepare for an interview. I had no idea what questions I would be asked nor how to answer them. I wish I had resources to walk me through an interview. I wish I had been able to have a checklist of what to wear, how to prepare for the day. I wish someone had taught me about body language and how to use that to my advantage. And although I did have a successful interview, I know it does not always work out like that. In our course, Ace Your Interview, we walk you through the interview process. We provide common interview questions. We have downloads and checklists.
People will be drawn to a person who is confident, not arrogant, but confident. When one knows more of what to expect, confidence rises. It will be shown in body language and in the air that surrounds a candidate. Don't you want to be the confident candidate? Please don't let this opportunity to walk into your interview confidently pass you by. A little time and a very small amount of money can make the difference. It is my hope that you will be able to walk into an interview with confidence, being assured of your ability to ace your interview. Let us send you your 3 free videos today.
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