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I've interviewed thousands in my career, and I usually know my decision in the first 10 minutes. Here are 5 tips that will separate you from the crowd:
Most people go into an interview with the wrong mindset entirely. You have ONE goal. It's not about your skills It's not about qualifications It's not about proving worth It's about being MEMORABLE.
1. Master the art of telling YOUR story This is first because it's the MOST IMPORTANT. You will be remembered for telling your story in an interesting, relatable way. Study storytelling and practice your stories in the mirror.
Why does this work? EVERYONE talks about their experience, but few people can communicate it memorably. Improve this one thing and you'll outperform 80% of your competition. But, to take it further, let's look at the next one...
2. Become an investigator SCOUR the internet to learn everything you can about the company. Here are your best sources of information: - Their webpage - Linked-In - Google BUT, this only benefits you if you know what to do with the information...
You don't study them to create more informed answers (although that IS a benefit). You do this to show that you're truly interested. Hiring managers LOVE a candidate who talks about the research they've done on the company. Tell them your 3 favorite things you read about them.
3. Know how to answer the final question. Every interview ends the same way... "Tell me why you're the best candidate for this position" THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION OF THE INTERVIEW Here's how you ace it, every time...
It's all about your UNIQUENESS. All candidates say they are: - Driven - Hard-working - Team players These are boring and NOT unique. Share EXACTLY what it is that makes you: - Unique - Different - LEGENDARY This answer should become second nature.
Anthony Disney @buildinglegendsLearn how to interview, folks!
4. Ask KILLER questions At the end of the interview, you will be asked if you have any questions. Most people blow it by not asking any questions at all. If they do, they ask about: - Turnaround time - Training - Salary These do not help you. Instead...
Ask these 3 killer questions: - What's the biggest challenge facing the team today? - What does greatness look like in this role? - What has your career looked like at this company? The last one gets them to talk about themselves, which ironically makes them remember you.
5. Communicate your passions When talking about why you want the job, don't be like everyone else. Everybody wants: - More money - Promotions - Opportunities You blend in by saying you want to grow your career. You should instead tell them your...
PASSIONS. Managers love candidates who know what they are passionate about. So tell them how this position aligns with your passions and how you will gain fulfillment in the position. This sends the message that you will work hard because you'll love what you're doing.
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