Relate ka ba dito?
Malamig na pawis.
Lakas ng tibok ng dibdib.
Nangagatog na tuhod.
No, I’m not talking about the experience when watching a horror or suspense film.
I’m talking about what others usually feel whenever they’ll go for a job interview.
Especially pag first time.
You feel anxious.
Ang daming what if’s.
I want you to know that it’s normal.
But whether we like it or not, we have to go through this process.
It’s a necessary part of the hiring process — so figuring out a way around the anxiety is the key.
Here’s the thing.
Interviews are a business meeting.
I mean, do we want to do business with one another?
That’s all it is.
If you’re invited to an interview, it means that they think there’s a good chance that you’ll be someone with whom they want to do business with you.
Because, if not, clients won’t waste their time messaging you about it.
If you are a good prospect, then it’s just a matter of developing the right amount of confidence…and make a good impression.
And that’s what we’ll talk about tomorrow in our FLIP Chat & Chill.
If you wanna know how to make a good impression during the job interview, watch this replay.