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Getting Rid of Nervousness on Your Interviews | TheBigGameHunterTV

Getting Rid of Nervousness on Your Interviews | TheBigGameHunterTV

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In this video, Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter teaches a simple way to get rid of your nervousness before your interview.

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ABOUT JEFF ALTMAN, THE BIG GAME HUNTER

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter is a coach who worked as a recruiter for what seems like one hundred years. His work involves career coaching, all as well as executive job search coaching and business life coaching. He is the host of “Job Search Radio,” “No BS Job Search Advice Radio,” and his newest show, “No BS Coaching Advice” and a member of The Forbes Coaches Council.

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6 thoughts on “Getting Rid of Nervousness on Your Interviews | TheBigGameHunterTV

  1. Hi, Jeff – I am really enjoying your videos – question – do you have
    strategies when they are low balling you – on my last job hunt I notice an
    interesting development in which of the 3 offers I received nobody wanted
    to go higher than my previous compensation – using your techniques I was
    able to get one of the to increase by 10k – but the others refused.

  2. Hi, Jeff – I am really enjoying your videos – question – do you have strategies when they are low balling you – on my last job hunt I notice an interesting development in which of the 3 offers I received nobody wanted to go higher than my previous compensation – using your techniques I was able to get one of the to increase by 10k – but the others refused.

  3. Hi, Jeff – I am really enjoying your videos – question – do you have strategies when they are low balling you – on my last job hunt I notice an interesting development in which of the 3 offers I received nobody wanted to go higher than my previous compensation – using your techniques I was able to get one of the to increase by 10k – but the others refused.

  4. First of all, thanks for writing. Every situation is different. You could
    be “overpriced.” for the market. You might be out of work with no leverage
    in the employer’s mind. You may have made a mistake in your interviews . .
    . it’s impossible to tell from what you wrote. I’m glad one of tactics
    worked. I’ll be erleasing more in the next few weeks. Only you cn tel which
    will be helpful given your circumstances.

  5. First of all, thanks for writing. Every situation is different. You could be “overpriced.” for the market. You might be out of work with no leverage in the employer’s mind. You may have made a mistake in your interviews . . . it’s impossible to tell from what you wrote. I’m glad one of tactics worked. I’ll be erleasing more in the next few weeks. Only you cn tel which will be helpful given your circumstances.

  6. First of all, thanks for writing. Every situation is different. You could be “overpriced.” for the market. You might be out of work with no leverage in the employer’s mind. You may have made a mistake in your interviews . . . it’s impossible to tell from what you wrote. I’m glad one of tactics worked. I’ll be erleasing more in the next few weeks. Only you cn tel which will be helpful given your circumstances.

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