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How to control nervousness in a job interview
Author: Pradeep   Date: Feb 2020.

A job interview can become a very crucial time for some people at their first time. It is not uncommon if we think that we are applying for a job or an improvement in our professional career. And it is those nervous that precisely play tricks on us causing sweat, insecurity or stuttering when we face our interviewer. However, there are some techniques that will help us a lot to control and over come the nervousness in a job interview.
How to control nervousness in a job interview

Follow these 7 steps to improve yourself:

1. The first step in dealing with a good job interview is to be positive. Thinking that we are going to get it and go with a safe attitude, will make our brain receive positive messages that will reinforce our security and poise when talking with our interviewer.

2. Of course one of the keys to go safer to a job interview is to prepare the interviews. Before going, we must investigate the company for which we are applying the work, we must also review our CV and see how we can “sell it” better to each interviewer. It is about adapting our profile to the candidacy. Going prepared for the interview will help us to better control our nervous. Forget improvisation because it doesn’t work.
How to control nervousness in a job interview

3. If you feel very nervous when starting the interview, you can take an object in your hands such as a pen and try to control your nervous by manipulating it, as well as a notebook. These objects help channel the nervous.

4. Controlling breathing is essential when it comes to controlling nervous. There are yoga or Pilates relaxation techniques that you can use perfectly before an interview. Try to breathe deeply 4 or 5 times, slowly. You will see how controlling breathing improves your control over nervous.
How to control nervousness in a job interview

5. Many times our nervous play bad times and there are times when nervous become sweat. If this is your case, it is better to choose breathable, cotton and colored garments that do not sweat. If you are waiting for sweat, you will lose the thread of the conversation.

6. If you notice that you stutter or that words don’t come out, try to speak more slowly. The important thing is that you have a coherent and calm speech. It’s normal to be nervous during the interview but think positive: you can control your nervous. Try to slow down a bit and that you understand the words well.

7. We tell you again to think positive. A job interview is not the end of the world and if one has not gone well, the next one will surely work out better. Don’t throw in the towel, keep getting ready. Face the next interview again with a positive attitude. Interviews also require training and as you do interviews, the better trained you will go. Think positive, don’t forget that the positive attitude will keep you going.
How to control nervousness in a job interview
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