10.05.2018

How is your interview technique?

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How is your interview technique?

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Nelson Mandela said, “It always seems impossible until it’s done.”

Please forgive me if I embellish his words somewhat by saying, "When it’s done for the first time the impossible becomes the possible, the second or third time the possible becomes easier and gradually it improves by practising until eventually repetition makes it great."

Be it your woodworking skills, your culinary skills or your interview skills: whatever it is, it is the repeated practice that forms the habit that makes the difference to the quality of the outcome.
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