Get your dream job with this simple Question

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Get your dream job with this simple Question
How many of us wonder after an interview about what would happen next? Would they hire you or not? Did you say all the right things, all the good things that they wanted to hear? Are you capable enough to be hired?
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A thousand thoughts run around in circles of our little brain. But, if I say that you can change the dynamics of your interview room from being interviewer-focused to being interviewee-focused? That’s true! Human Psychology plays an important role in how a person interprets something. What if I empower you to rule your interviewer’s psychology to your favour?


Find out HOW!!!


The Impression:
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They say the first impression is the last impression. A study has proven that when you meet a stranger, your impression is imprinted on his/her brain within 5 minutes of the meeting. People are generally very nervous when they appear for an interview. Who would not be? Your growth depends on whether you crack it or not! You keep thinking about all the good words that you can say about your future organisation to make that first impression impactful. Maybe you can flatter the interviewer by showering a few words of appreciation. You are ready to make promises and prove your worth.


Be Persuasive:

Hang on for a second and think about what you can do to persuade your interviewer into focusing on your strengths and your positives? Rather than telling them about your strong areas, why not let them do all the talking? Persuade them into focusing on your positive side!


You need to ask ONE simple question before being bombarded with a series of them!
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“Before we begin, can you answer a question for me? Why did you invite me to interview today? What was it about my resume that attracted you to my candidacy?”


Shift The Paradigm:

Human brain is the most complex yet fascinating system. What you just asked would now channel their brain to focus on your positive aspects, your strengths. You shifted their focus on the good in you, the candidate that they want to hire. Putting it in simple words, you’ve reverse-wired their brains into taking your side of the table. You see! You can’t ask them to hire you, but you certainly can make them want to hire you!


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You have now laid the foundation to land into your dream job!


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