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Actions & Ideas

  1. If you can find an interview workshop, take it. Often, your local chamber of commerce knows of such a resource.
  2. Get a sheet of paper (or open a new document) and make a list of some of your past interviews. Which ones went well and why? Which ones went poorly and why?
  3. At your next interview, employ some of the techniques described in this chapter. Take particular note of post interview questions so that you understand the process and planned time frames. This understanding reduces your overall anxiety as you wait for feedback.
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