How To Conduct A Job Interview Autopsy
We've all had that awful job interview where either we bobbled a question someone tossed at us (Like, "If you could be any animal, what would you be?"), or we gave a bad answer and smacked our foreheads afterward because we realized we could have given a much better answer. Watch: 2 Steps To Being More Likable During Interviews I talk to a lot of people who are very stressed out about interviews and loathe them because they've had bad ones. Many say they would rather go have a root canal than go through the painful examination of an interview. But you know what? Interviews are actually good for you. Why? Think about it. They put us on the spot in a way we usually don't encounter on a daily basis. An interview actually is a very powerful experience because you learn how you react under pressure. If you really want to get over those jitters, you'll need to do an autopsy to discover what you need to know and/or work on to improve your skills in these situations.