However, not everyone is cut out to provide stellar performance in the pressure chamber of an interview. Even for the best candidates, a moment in the spotlight can give them a sense of stage fright.
The first lesson in nailing an interview is to know exactly what hiring managers look for in a candidate. Yes, there can be literally hundreds of details—from wardrobe choices to resume format—and a nervous applicant could easily bog down with any one of them. Keep in mind the old saying, “don’t sweat the small stuff.”
Stick to the basics, and improve your chances of getting the job.
To get noticed–in business, sales or the job market–sometimes you have to go the extra mile. In this humorous ad, Harvey the dog has a goal (to go to a nice home), and is inspired to go above and beyond to reach his objective.
How many of us can say we put in this amount of effort to get what we want?