5 Preparation Tips To Reduce Interview Anxiety

So, you finally found the perfect job opportunity and you’ve landed an interview. This means the hiring manager already thinks you’re a good potential candidate for the open position. Now, you just have to prove it. Unfortunately, interviews are magnets for anxiety, making it difficult for the interviewee to think of answers to tricky questions or remember key information. Being well-prepared can help you relax, giving you the confidence you need to dazzle the hiring manager and ace your interview. Here are five tips to help you plan so you feel as ready as can be.

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Social anxiety: The truth about recovery processes

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I am an introvert; I always have been and perhaps always will be. Of course, there isn’t anything wrong with being introverted. I enjoy having my alone time to work on hobbies and recharge my energy levels, because even now, after the remarkable progress I’ve made, being constantly surrounded by people would be exhausting. And that’s perfectly okay. But when the introverted lifestyle is intensified by something pervasive, something like anxiety - or in my case, social anxiety - then there is a problem.

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Set the B.A.R

Having been involved in youth work for three decades, I’ve read a fair few books, been to a life times worth of conferences - hearing a lot of speakers - good, great and er, not. I have sought out the wise, the sage and the guru in an effort to improve my skills.  This blog post is based on the most helpful thing I have ever heard or read. Ever.  I mean EVER.  It is this. 

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