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When you present yourself for interview, it's important that you go to that interview believing that, of all the candidates, you are the one that all the other candidates ought to be worried about. This is not about being arrogant. It's about really rating yourself; believing that, if there is a better candidate then he'd better be pretty darned good to beat someone as exceptional as you. You see, the interviewer will never rate you higher than you rate yourself. The candidate who lands the job is not the candidate who convinces the interviewer that she's good enough to do the job. The candidate who lands the job is the one who convinces the interviewer that she's better than all the other candidates who are good enough to do the job. Good enough is not good enough. Only memorable is going to be good enough. This takes skill.Make sense?
Now, if you already possess that level of confidence, you need no further help from me. The worry for so many of people is either that they have what it takes to be memorable, but they don't how to live up to that in front of an interviewer; or else they have no idea how to sell themselves because they've always been told that selling yourself is about telling the interviewer how good you are and that's going to sound arrogant. Why? Because it is arrogant and arrogance doesn't impress anyone.
It takes a high level of interview skill to leave the interviewer with a memory of you that makes him say to himself, after all the interviews are over, that he'd be a fool to offer the job to anyone but you? How do you increase the chances that you're the one who gets the phone call a few days later that says, "When can you start?" That's the outcome you wont isn't it? The answer is that you learn the necessary interview skills.
If you need to talk this over with me, give me a shout.
The number to call is 07795-288490