Maybe it’s because of David Letterman, but people seem to love Top 10 Lists.
Here are MY top 10 tips for interviewing:
Wanna follow that #1 Tip? (of course you do! 🙂 ) Our friends & family mean well, but it can actually be more awkward to practice with someone you know really well.
A neutral, objective, professional and experienced 3rd party (say, how about me?) can offer unbiased, multi-faceted input.
Check out the “Work with Me, Here” page for more information on how we can work through some example questions together.
My clients tell me that practice and feedback make SUCH a difference in their confidence (higher), and anxiety (much lower) levels (which will help minimize the fidgety, ring flinging risk factor, too!)