People come to me because they want to find a satisfying career doing what they love or they want to get hired FASTER.
If you are in the market for high-value career coaching or interview coaching, then you have arrived at the “right” place!
Let me start by saying you are capable of delivering an effective introduction in a job interview. It’s just that sometimes, you become too anxious to do your best. Feeling nervous before and even during a job interview is completely normal. After all, we all want to make a good impression so the tendency to feel nervous is inevitable. You sometimes overthink every little detail in a job interview – from the clothes that you wear to the hand gestures that you make. It is all normal; however, it normally gets the best of you. You think about too many things at the same time and it prevents you to think straight and focus on answering in the best way possible.
Getting employed is not always an easy task. Yes, there are many jobs out there that you can apply for. But still, there are many roadblocks to finding employment. Let me tell you about the few things that make it difficult. First, not knowing where to find the jobs that are right for you. Job boards are not entirely reliable since a great number of vacancies posted there are not real jobs. Second, getting hiring managers to notice you. Standing out from a hundred other applicants can be a real challenge, but you need to do it if you want to land an interview. And third, successfully passing job interviews. Sometimes, the competition is tough, so you need make your interview more impressive and memorable than the rest.
Encountering problems at work is something that cannot be avoided. Some people are wrong to think that they will not have problems if everything is going well in the team or in the company. Problems, issues, and concerns are all normal in daily life. Instead of trying to avoid then, what you should do is to strive to become better and managing and solving problems.
Having critical thinking skills is key to becoming better at problem solving. Think of it this way. Without critical thinking, you will simply approach problems without a definite aim. Your tendency will be to come up with solutions based on what you see on the surface. In other words, it does not address the real problem.