Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Does Practice Really Make Perfect? Well, Almost...

Preparation and practice can be--ARE--hard work. But most people won't take the time or make the effort. If you do, you're at a distinct advantage in the job search.

You want the job, you say you'll do what's necessary to get it, and you're ready for the leg work. 
  • Decide to do the work.
  • Commit to the work.
  • Focus on the outcome, the goal.
  • Find someone to rehearse the interview with you.
  • Allot time.
  • Practice, practice, practice.
 You will put yourself into a much better bargaining position by being ready to answer any and all questions. And with the research you've done, the time you've taken, and your practice, you'll ASK the best questions as well.

An impressed interviewer is a happy interviewer! 

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