By Julie-Ann Amos
Revised and up to date, 'Be Prepared!' offers readers with the entire valuable details that will help you get the activity you actually need. the writer is a senior HR advisor with massive event in recruitment.
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Breathe deeply and slowly. Try breathing in for a count of five, then out for a count of five. Get some fresh air. Like breathing, this will increase the supply of oxygen to your brain and make you able to think more clearly. Take a short walk — for the same reason. Calming rituals People often have calming rituals, such as having a cigarette or a cup of tea. If you don't have one, establish one! Have a drink - preferably a soft drink, juice or water. Remember that tea and coffee are stimulants, so if you are very nervous, they won't help and could even make things worse — caffeine can make you feel even more anxious!
You do this by internal dialogue. Discuss the thought process with yourself, and try just focusing on the thoughts - that will take your attention away from the emotion and its biological effects on your system. Don't worry that you won't have time for this - conducting internal dialogue is pretty quick for most people; these split-second 'conversations' usually go on in our heads all the time. ' Doing this takes your mind off the emotion you are feeling. It also refocuses your attention. Evaluate rationally Evaluate the thought rationally - this means examining it unemotionally.
Plan to use waiting time to maximum effectiveness. Being busy while you wait will reduce your stress levels. Summary points Making a good impression is about more than the way you look. Choose your interview clothes and accessories carefully. It's not a fashion parade - it's about creating the right image and impression. 34 Presentation Don't ignore your personal presentation. Plan your journey to the interview with military precision, allowing for contingencies and waiting time. Hanging about isn't waiting.
Be Prepared!: Getting Ready for Job Interviews by Julie-Ann Amos