As I was bouncing around the internet today, I came across this really cool little graphic.
It’s a beautiful little chart that lists some of the most commonly asked job interview questions and then gives you handy insight on how best to formulate your personal answers to them.
This would come in soooooo very handy for those out there looking for a job, but also just in general as something to look over and review so that if these questions ever come up in a business or personal setting you can already have a well thought out response.
I’m always thoroughly stumped by the question of “Tell Me About Yourself.” It’s not a hard question, of everything in the world…I know the most about myself. But when put on the spot, in either a business or personal setting, it becomes a hard question for me to answer. How many good things can I say without sounding cocky? How many negative qualities before I sound like a self pitying cry baby? By giving yourself the time to really think about this in advance you can build a platform of ideal responses in your head that can be added or subtracted from if they ever come up without panicking and becoming the deer in the headlights :]
All My Love,
Exceptional write up!! Had to share!! Enjoy!!
Imagine you have a brother and he’s an alcoholic. He has his moments, but you keep your distance from him. You don’t mind him for the occasional family gathering or holiday. You still love him. But you don’t want to be around him.
This is how I lovingly describe my current relationship with the United States. The United States is my alcoholic brother. And although I will always love him, I don’t want to be near him at the moment.
I know that’s harsh, but I really feel my home country is not in a good place these days. That’s not a socio-economic statement (although that’s on the decline as well), but rather a cultural one.
I realize it’s going to be impossible to write sentences like the ones above without coming across as a raging prick, so let me try to soften the blow to my American readers with…
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