Did you ever have one of those days when you just can’t seem to get started? Of course, you have. We all do. There’s a pile two feet high in your inbox, your voicemail is full, your inbox is in triple digits. And just have no energy. Even coffee isn’t helping! What you need is a little morning motivation.
Sorry Forrest, life isn’t the only thing that’s like a box of chocolates.
Anticipating the questions you’ll be asked in a job interview, for instance. No matter how hard you try, you’ll soon learn you never know what you’re going to get.
It isn’t always all about the money. In fact, about 70% of young people entering the workforce do not consider salary to be their number one concern when searching for a job. For many, workplace perks, company culture, and other non-salary benefits are more important than simple monetary compensation.
How can you maximize your chances for success in one of the most difficult, stressful, and complex elements of the job search process?
The answer is simple: Power Interviewing.
Self-promotion can be a tricky proposition. After all, you don’t to come off as arrogant or over-confident. Finding the proper balance between presenting yourself as the perfect candidate for the job and appearing to be a pushy jerk that no one wants to work with can be difficult. It’s not impossible, but you have to put some thought into it.