Two Tips For A Follow-up Interview

Have you ever had a follow-up interview with the same interviewer?

Did you consider changing some of your answers?

In this video, I discuss how to determine the best approach.

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How To Avoid Career Stagnation

Have you outgrown your job?

Has the excitement of your career dwindled?

In this video, I respond to a comment from a viewer about how to avoid career stagnation.

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5 Career Questions To Ask Yourself

Want to stay on a career path that ensures happiness?

Do you know what the keys to doing that are?

In this video, I share 5 questions to ask yourself repeatedly, and often.

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There’s More To Getting Selected Than Resume Qualifications

Do you fear being less qualified – on paper – than your interview competition?

Do you worry that it diminishes your chances of being the selected candidate?

In this video, I share what interviewers value – beyond resume qualifications – that might increase your optimism of being selected.

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How To Apply Transferable Skills

Are you changing career directions or seeking a job similar to the one that you held many years ago?

Are you familiar with how to promote your transferable skills?

In this video, I share how to promote your transferable skills to influence the interviewer to select you.

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How Soft Skills Produce Firm Results

Will you be interviewing for a Technical Leadership role?

Do you know the correct way to answer Tell Me About Yourself?

In this video, I share the best way to answer that question as a technical person interviewing for a leadership role.

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Don’t Do This With Your Resume!

Have you ever been asked for your resume by an interviewer right before an interview?

Did they read it while you were talking?

In this video, I share when you should give your resume to the interviewer and why.

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When Interviewers Talk More Than Ask Questions

Have you ever had an interview where the interviewer dominated the conversation by talking?

Did you know what to do?

In this video, I share how to take control of the situation and sell yourself.

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How To Prepare For An Unfair Interview

Have you ever had an interview you felt was unfair?

Were you prepared for what happened?

In this video, I discuss the best way to prepare for ANY interview, even the unfair ones.

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How To Avoid The Biggest Interview Mistake

Are you making the biggest mistake possible in interviews?

Do you know what it is?

In this video, I answer a question from a viewer and share how to avoid making the biggest interview mistake.

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Have You Ever Said “NO” To Your Manager?

Have you ever said “NO” to your manager?

Have you been tempted to but feared doing so?

In this video, I respond to a viewer’s question and share situations when I encourage you to say no.

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Part Two – Want More From Life? ASK For It!

After reading the Want more from life? ASK for it! post, Monique wrote me and asked, “Craig, you said to control the factors that influence results, like body language, facial expressions, etc. Will you be more specific?”

An important influence on getting what you ask for is your expectation of the recipient’s response. Dr. Milton Erikson’s Law of Expectations states “85% of what you expect to happen…will” because in certain ways you cause them to happen.

Let’s visualize how expectations affect how we ask. Think about a time when you asked a friend to go somewhere with you. Close your eyes and picture yourself asking, expecting a yes AND no response.

What did you see? When you expected them to say no, you assumed one of two postures:

  • aggressive – feeling you had to overpower them into saying yes
  • submissive – feeling you didn’t have a strong enough case to seriously consider

Both postures undermine your desire to have your request approved.

If you saw yourself as aggressive, you probably pictured yourself ready for a battle, or ready to defend your request, with your:

  • Body tense, leaning in, with shoulders forward
  • Hands held tight or fists clenched
  • Facial muscles tensed
  • Eyes glaring or staring intensely
  • Voice strained or forced
  • Volume moderate to loud, with strong emphasis on certain words
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