2. Practice

Now that you’ve done substantial research on the company, boss, and role and Googled typical interview questions, it’s time to practice.

Try rehearsing in front of a mirror or ask someone to play out a scenario with you.

I know you’re guilty of practicing your smooth lines for your future bae.

CONFESS!

Sounds a bit cray, but it’ll be beneficial in the long run.

When you have that auditory and visual feedback, your interview strengths and weaknesses become more apparent.

During the interview, it’s important to highlight all your strengths and skills pertaining to the prospective job.

Obviously, the interview may not go as you planned, but at least you’ve prepared yourself for the basics.

With practice, your responses will flow naturally and you’ll exude confidence.

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