Tag: interview preparation

Scary interview moments

Let’s face it—interviews can be downright scary. Many of us, no matter how much work experience or charisma we possess, feel intimidated when we’re being analyzed and assessed by recruiters and hiring managers during interviews. Even basic communication with human resources professionals can feel daunting. We don’t want to use too many exclamation points, but

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How to avoid nerves during job interviews

Do you ever feel nervous when preparing for job interviews? Do nerves interfere with your ability to be the best version of yourself during interviews? I created this four-minute video to help you avoid nerves during job interviews. Determine why you’re nervous. Have you adequately prepared? Have you researched the company and position, printed out

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3 ways to avoid interview clichés

If you’ve interviewed for job openings more than a handful of times, you’re probably familiar with the body language an employer exhibits when he’s bored, tired of listening to you talk, or turned off by something you said. Isn’t that a horrible feeling? I was recently interviewed by writer Matt Krumrie for an article on ZipRecruiter.com

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