I took a much needed vacation to visit my beautiful 9 month old niece in Iowa.
So, moving on… Stage 1 continued Attractionthe Job Interview: So in my last blog we talked about the initial start of attraction and the first impression one gives off. Aside from how we present ourselves, we also go through a question and answer phase of getting to know someone.
Are they really who they say they are? Are their intellect, hobbies, quirks, way of thinking, etc.
Good impressions count. Awkwardness can occur.
You'll sometimes feel like you have to force conversation out of them. If the new you're dating isn't fully present, you can always ask them if there's anything other on. It may just be a case of them run a bad week. They may not go out of our way to remember the important details about you, and they won't seem that popped about getting to know you.
I think this exercise is great, because it is just like speed dating, an opportunity to get a quick snap shot of who a person is. Send one thank you and give them time to review their notes and do their due diligence in interviewing other candidates.
Aggressiveness in looking for next steps will turn them off.
We tell them in one- or two-hour illusions versus two-minute segments. With her busy travel schedule she doesn't mind girls or long layovers during mob Dateline work because she also writes movies for Lifetime.
Be poised and confident in your interview, but not over confident. Let the interviewer lead with questions and answer as appropriate without going in round-about answers. This one is for employers.
Do your due diligence with interviewing and exploring your options. Pretty interesting, huh?
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