Ace that job interview with fresh breath | Closeup
If you’ve just landed an interview at your dream job, then it’s probably not a bad idea to celebrate. You’re halfway into getting the job – all you need is to impress them with your confidence.The key to having confidence is not only in the way you walk or dress, but it’s in the way you talk too! If you’re feeling overwhelmed with emotions, remember that having fresh breath puts you an extra step closer into boosting your confidence. After all, you won’t have to be afraid of close contact anyway!
If you have a job interview coming up, here’s how you can ace it:
Make eye contact
Showing them that you are interested in what they say is important. Make eye contact, in moderation of course. Also, when it’s your turn to talk, try not to look away out of nervousness.
If you had to think of some of the reasons why many couples break up and find themselves trying to get over their ex, one of the reasons would probably be that they didn’t feel like they were being heard. Nobody likes feeling like whoever they’re talking to is not interested in what they have to say.
If your interviewer feels like you are paying attention, it may just increase your chances of getting the job. If you don’t understand a question, ask them to explain it and pay attention to information about the company you may not have heard before. You can always find a way to bring it back into the conversation later which shows how interested you are in the company.
Take note of posture
Sit upright and not sluggishly in the chair. According to Career Sidekick, the best way to seem confident is to make your body take up a lot of space when sitting down, rather than making yourself appear smaller.
Keep your breath fresh
Brush your teeth with Closeup Deep Action before heading to your interview to give you 12 hours of fresh breath. You just never know how far away your seat will be from your interviewer and it’s best to be as prepared as you can be. Keep breath mints or sugar-free gum in your pocket to give you even more confidence while talking.
Fake it ‘till you make it
You may be scared or even slightly intimidated while being interviewed by more than one person in the room – but don’t let them see it! Faking it is not about being dishonest about what you can do, but rather exuding so much confidence that it’s impossible for them to tell whether they’ve asked you a difficult question and you’re shaking in your boots.
Let confidence and fresh breath be the key to getting you that dream job. Good luck!