How To Nail Your Job Interview Like A Pro


How you act in an interview can make as much of a difference as what you say. Are you sure you’re ready to give your interview the way it’s required by an employer? 1. Research about the position you’re applying for. Study the job description that you’re applying for thoroughly. Only then you will understand what the company is looking for. If the job description calls for leading a team, prepare your interview accordingly. By knowing this, you can easily give the interview more confidently and discuss examples from previous…

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The 1 Reason Why Most People Never Become Ultra-Successful (And How to Avoid It)

Why Most People Never Become Successful

This little-known habit separates successful people from the rest, according to science. When it comes to goal-achievement and success, most people tend to focus on the next station in life. While I’m a huge proponent of goal-setting and a forward-facing outlook, this perspective tends to get warped; leading to an unhappy disposition, a negative attitude, and less confidence. On their quest for success, most people tend to become immediately unhappy with their current situation, and they tend to focus on their failures, rather than being positive and confident. Ultra-successful people, on…

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How To Go From Successful To Very Successful (and why most people can’t do it)

Very Successful

Many people want success more than anything else. And they’ll sacrifice everything to have it — which is often the cost of admission. by Benjamin P. Hardy. Many people want success more than anything else. And they’ll sacrifice everything to have it — which is often the cost of admission. But there’s a problem. Sustaining success, and going beyond success is nearly impossible for most people. Hence Greg McKeown, author of Essentialism, questions, “Why don’t successful people and organizations automatically become very successful?” McKeown’s answer is succinct: Success is a catalyst for failure. Being invisible is easy.…

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11 Signs That You Lack Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence

When emotional intelligence (EQ) first appeared to the masses, it served as the missing link in a peculiar finding: people with average IQs outperform those with the highest IQs 70 percent of the time. This anomaly threw a massive wrench into the broadly held assumption that IQ was the sole source of success. READ ALSO: THEY SAY THE SECRET TO YOUR PERSONALITY IS THE LENGTH OF THIS FINGER. MINE’S SCARY TRUE! READ ALSO: WHAT YOUR BIRTH MONTH BUTTERFLY SAYS ABOUT YOU Decades of research now point to emotional intelligence as being the critical factor that sets…

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