Interview Day

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Watch what you eat or drink the night before and the hours leading up to the interview.  Your food intake can influence energy and concentration!

JOB INTERVIEW

 

If coffee gives you the shakes or affects you adversely, forego it for that one morning.

If carbs make you sluggish, avoid them. If sugar hypes you, stay away from the sweets.

You know your body and anything that might throw you off should be eliminated that day. It’s only a few hours of your life.

Why chance it? You need your full focus armor on!

  • Pay attention to what the interviewer is asking. Make sure you understand what is being asked and answer the question.
  • Do not interrupt or jump the interviewer’s lines.
  • Sit up straight and employ good posture.
  • Learn how to communicate without using “Umm,” “Ya know,” “Like”. These are fillers and make you look and sound less intelligent.
  • Be prepared. Know the company and their background.
  • Research the company’s leadership and their backgrounds.
  • Check for press releases on any recent mergers, acquisitions, new product lines, new developments, changes of management.

You can always say, “I noticed that when I was reading about you.” It shows your interest and preparedness which may translate into how you’ll approach your new job, if selected.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If coffee gives you the shakes or affects you adversely, forego it for that one morning.
If carbs make you sluggish, avoid them.  If sugar hypes you, stay away from the sweets.
You know your body and anything that might throw you off should be eliminated that day.  It’s only a few hours of your life.
Why chance it?  You need your full focus armor on!
  • Pay attention to what the interviewer is asking.  Make sure you understand what is being asked and answer the question.
  • Do not interrupt or jump the interviewer’s lines.
  • Sit up straight and employ good posture.

Learn how to communicate without using “Umm,” “Ya know,” “Like”.  These are fillers and make you look and sound less intelligent.

  • Be prepared. Know the company and their background.
  • Research the company’s leadership and their backgrounds.
  • Check for press releases on any recent mergers, acquisitions, new product lines, new developments, changes of management.

You can always say, “I noticed that when I was reading about you.”  It shows your interest and preparedness which may translate into how you’ll approach your new job, if selected.

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