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  • Hey Ambitious Professionals! It's Linda Raynier of lindaraynier.com guiding you

  • to a career and life you'll truly enjoy. And in today's video I am going to be

  • teaching you my key strategy on how to make yourself feel comfortable in an

  • interview so that you can answer their questions with confidence and you're

  • going to be able to hopefully land yourself that job offer

  • Ready to get the job you want? Top Notch Interview is coming soon! For more info

  • and free training head to JOINTNI.COM As a career strategist I've had the

  • honour of being able to help numerous professionals land their dream job

  • offers and so if this is something that you're interested in working with me

  • one-on-one I can give you details about that at the end of this video the most

  • common phrase I hear from job candidates who've had to go into interviews is I

  • get so nervous and if you clicked on this video then this is probably you you

  • probably get really nervous in interviews and that causes you to either

  • freeze up and not know what to say or blank out or you ramble on and on well

  • you're in luck because today I'm going to teach you my key strategy on how to

  • feel comfortable while you go into the interview and it's a classic strategy

  • that I've taught before but I've decided to dedicate an entire episode on it

  • because it's helped so many ambitious professionals just like you so here it

  • is the key to feeling comfortable in an interview is all based on how you view

  • yourself it's all based on your mindset how you see yourself in comparison to

  • the interviewer or the employer and whether or not you're able to recognize

  • your own Worth and your own value a lot of job candidates tell me that they feel

  • powerless in the interview they feel as though they have to be confined to

  • certain rules and ways of being in an interview and they have no control over

  • how the interviewer thinks of them but here's the misconception that I want to

  • share with you that is not true at all you as the candidate as the interviewee

  • you have full power and full control over how the interviewer sees you and

  • the reason for that is because they have to listen to what you tell them they

  • take what you tell them for the most part at face value

  • so if you that power to be able to tell them how

  • to feel about you then you're the one that's really in control what you say

  • and how you say it and how confident you're able to describe your skills and

  • abilities to be able to do the job all determines how the interviewer is going

  • to feel about you essentially the way you feel about yourself is the way the

  • interviewer is gonna feel about you seeing yourself in a way that you feel

  • powerless you feel as though you don't have control you feel as though you're

  • not maybe all that good of a candidate is what's actually causing your own

  • nervousness and your inability to do well in interviews it all starts with

  • you and it all ends with you so if you agree with me and you decide and realize

  • that you want to change the way that you're performing in interviews then I

  • definitely recommend a strategy that I call the consultant approach and it's

  • all based on the premise that you in this scenario are the consultant you're

  • the consultant the employer is the potential client of yours and they're

  • seeking help they have a hiring need they have a pain point they have an open

  • position to fill that needs to accomplish certain tasks and duties and

  • you happen to have the right skills the right qualifications to be able to do

  • that job so yeah you need to show up as a consultant you need to show up as

  • someone who is the expert so that you can articulate your value and the things

  • that you can do for them the skill sets the qualifications that you have and be

  • able to line that up to what it is that they're looking for let's break it down

  • by using a simple example let's pretend that you were hiring a contractor to

  • renovate your bathroom you had an old bathroom and you want to get it all

  • nicely done up so you called a contractor to come visit your home to

  • take a look at your bathroom and give you a quote on what they can do and

  • perhaps give you some ideas on what you can do to make your bathroom look nicer

  • so let's pretend that the contractor arrived looked at your bathroom and from

  • there was able to clearly explain on the spot what he or she felt could be done

  • to make the bathroom look more beautiful suggestions on

  • could make it more functional and even pointed out areas that you may not have

  • even seen or were aware of yourself that needed to be fixed you would probably

  • feel pretty comfortable about hiring this contractor to work on your bathroom

  • would you not this contractor clearly knows what he or she is talking about

  • they're able to discuss their knowledge and expertise and apply it to your

  • specific situation and explain to you how they can add value to your home to

  • your bathroom and to fit your needs on the other hand let's say this contractor

  • showed up and he or she was really nervous overly nervous and they weren't

  • able to articulate what they could do for you in a really clear well

  • thought-out way and on top of that they couldn't even answer basic questions

  • that you had they weren't able to identify areas that needed to be fixed

  • you would probably think twice about hiring this contractor even though they

  • may be a great contractor and really good with their work if they can't

  • communicate to you how they're going to meet your project needs and how they're

  • going to offer you value it's hard for you to be able to see that and and know

  • that they can do that for you so in this scenario which contractor

  • would you hire I basically already gave it away to you but obviously you would

  • probably hire the first one just because they were able to communicate themselves

  • well and so that's what you need to take away from this whole strategy is that

  • you need to show up as a consultant to every interview you need to be the

  • expert you need to be able to demonstrate to the employer that you can

  • do the job you have the right technical skills the right qualifications to be

  • able to do it you need to prove to them how you can do it what you can do for

  • them and identify areas of pain points that they currently have that you can

  • address and how you'll address them so the time to change your mindset and

  • switch into the consultant approach is now go ahead and start using this

  • approach and let me know once you start getting results

  • I've already have so many ambitious professionals get results just from

  • changing their mindset this way so feel free to let me know in the comments

  • below or reach out to us on social media because I'd love to hear your success

  • stories now if you are someone who is currently actively looking for a new job

  • you've been going on interviews you've been struggling on your own to land

  • yourself job offers and you realize that you want to get personalized one-on-one

  • professional help then feel free to reach out to me head on over to my

  • website lindaraynier.com/standoutgethired read through the form fill

  • in the application and if it seems as though we are a potential match then one

  • of my team members will be reaching out to you directly if you like this video

  • then please give it a thumbs up subscribe share it with your friends

  • thank you so much for watching and I will see you in the next video. Ready to

  • get the job you want? Top Notch Interview is coming soon! For

  • more info and free training head to JOINTNI.COM

Hey Ambitious Professionals! It's Linda Raynier of lindaraynier.com guiding you

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上手に面接をする方法(気持ちよく面接をする方法 (How to Interview Well (and Feel Comfortable))

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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