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EP 799 In this short show, I provide you with a terrific presentation technique for your next interview.
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If you want to play big on your next interview, if you want to make it more successful, here is a simple tactic that I coach people to do.
The first thing you do is get a copy of the original job description, and even though it may not be perfect, they may have thought about a little bit differently since the time was approved, you ask yourself the question, “If you were them trying to evaluate you, what would you ask you, in order to figure out that you can do this job?”
I know it’s ridiculously easy, especially if you’re at a senior level, but think about it for a second. Why don’t you do it more often?
Preparation is the most important thing that you can do as part of a job search and as part of your interviewing. That doesn’t just simply mean looking at someone’s LinkedIn profile . . . there are just so many different things that you can do but this is a home run for so many people and so few people do it.