How 3 simple, powerful stories can land a job

07/12/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Pick three accomplishments to highlight during an interview to illustrate skills and experience, career blogger Rebecca Thorman writes in this blog post about novel interviewing techniques. She suggests stories should be easy to remember and relate to specific interview questions about weaknesses and goals achieved. She also advises striking a power pose like raising your arms before going into an interview. Researchers say such actions produce hormonal changes that create a calm, powerful demeanor.

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