Successful job interviews are usually like good conversations. Trying to have a good conversation with memorized set answers to tough questions never works.
Productive conversations and authentic engagement will always trump formulaic answers.
Remember, these folks are paid to see through and undermine “well-prepared” applicants. They’ve read the same LinkedIn discussions about interviewing, and have had plenty of time to think up alternate questions.
To be more impressive, tell them more about your preferred communication style, problem-solving tendencies, and core values. And confirm how the company thinks. Then they’ll know you’re a good fit.
This is a perfect time to uncover your internal gold mine of personal qualities, and prepare to communicate them compellingly. Get into a very personable conversation with any interviewer and you’ll be the most appealing, confident and memorable candidate.
Even very self-aware people find it hard to pinpoint and talk about why they’re unique, and struggle to talk about what really matters to them.
To prepare for your next job interview you should assemble an experienced, reliable and knowledgeable mastermind group. They’ll inspire you to be more confident, help you identify your strongest qualities, and prepare you to communicate them effectively.
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This discovery process isn’t for you if you’re desperate to take any job you can land. It’s for someone who’s really ready to take off.
And it isn’t for those who prefer to know everything that will happen in advance. Good conversations are too much fun for to add boring industrial-age procedures.
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