We've all been there...
You've spied your dream job, spent hours putting together the application so it's perfect, sent it off and crossed your fingers and then bingo! You've scored an interview.
As the interview date looms closer you dream of the possibilities that securing this job could mean for you: finally renovating the kitchen, purchasing a second car, the list goes on...
The day before the interview the nerves kick in - what if I can't answer a question? What if I have a brain fart and go blank?
Hopefully the following article's suggestions will reduce the nerves down to mere excitement.
NB. The power pose sounds pretty weird but I can tell you it works!
Getting an invitation to interview is always exciting—but the second that post-interview invitation glow wears off and the pre-interview jitters sets in, it’s all downhill from there. Your anxiety builds and builds, and by the time the meeting rolls around, you’re just a ball of nerves. It doesn’t help that first impressions are so critical.