😍 How To Be Totally Irresistible In Job Interviews

The non-intuitive formula for the success of a memorable job interview.

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This is a guest post by Sharon Sailor.

You played roles in your interview over and over again, You investigated the company And invent three ways in which you will be a team player, how to be an asset to a company and the only thing you have learned from failure …

We trained you what to say, you practiced Your firm handshake, Your friendly smile and know how to make good eye contact …

Are you ready!

Well, I hate to give it to you, but none of these will set you apart from all the other candidates for the job.

The examples above are choreographic and they look like this.

deal with it; All job applicants are trained in the soft skills above to create the right initial impression.

How do you differentiate yourself from the audience to be memorable?



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One simple but powerful way to stand out in a job interview

😍 How to be completely irresistible in job interviews

Show your passion!

The purpose of enthusiastic delivery is to persuade. Contagious passion. An enthusiastic tone of voice creates an emotional connection and the emotional connection that someone feels towards you is what makes them decide in your favor.

How to be irresistible in interviews

Studies show that we feel creatures that happen to think even though we like to believe we are creatures who think we feel. We make decisions about how we feel and try it later, so take advantage of this little-known fact and create an enthusiastic tone of speech that others are drawn to.

To create an enthusiastic tone of voice you need two things: an emotional connection to your message and natural breathing – with natural breathing being the most important.

Breathing is more than supplying oxygen to your lungs. It profoundly affects your mood, how your brain functions, how sensitive your nerves are, how tired or alert you feel, it can trigger your “fight or flight” response and it determines how others react to you.

Unconsciously, listeners respond to the way you breathe. If you breathe shallow and fast – what the listener labels as “worried” or “stressed” – the listeners hardly believe your message since their fight or flight response was triggered by your quick breathing. Your shallow, rapid breathing subconsciously signals “danger.” No one hires someone who makes him or her “nervous,” “restless,” or “in danger.”

Remind yourself to breathe naturally and comfortably, no matter what the situation, conveys a passionate, non-verbal message of self-confidence and serenity.

This simple equation explains everything:
+ Emotional connection to your message
+ Full, full, natural breathing
= An enthusiastic tone of speech

However, to create a solid closeness to set yourself apart from the crowd, expand the equation so that it is:
+ Emotional understanding of the interviewer’s desires, fears and needs
+ Emotional connection to your message
+ Full, full, natural breathing
= An enthusiastic tone of speech that the listener believes in and creates the know-it-like factor.

For bonus points and to really create raging fans, combine the above with a message that will arouse curiosity, intrigue, anticipation and passion in the interviewer, so that they will feel compelled to act in your favor. Like passion, intrigue is a powerful motive.

To create intrigue, your message should be 100% about the listener’s desires, fears and needs. What is an exciting, different or new way of looking at a long-standing problem or a contemporary challenge that you can fix for them?


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Leave your listener in a state of curiosity and just a little dissatisfied. Why? You will be remembered; You’re still an unfinished call to them … the intriguing listener will probably look for you to complete the call. The brain hates a “vacuum” and will seek closure.

Finally, while the passionate tone of speech is easy to create and is the non-verbal one that will make you memorable, combine it with full breathing and body language of success for a cohesive message. When incorporating an enthusiastic tone of speech; Full and natural breathing; Some intrigue with the body language of success, body language no longer looks choreographic.

To use body language that says success, enter the interview with your chin parallel to the ground, eyes forward and use a slow smile. A slow smile is one that starts with a neutral face and when the person says his name, your smile should be at its peak. The full smile at the same time that someone says his name says non-verbally “this smile is just for you”. When you shake hands, see the grip strength and length of the handshake from the interviewer, all while making consistent but not constant eye contact.

The final formula for your next job interview is:
+ Emotional understanding of the interviewer’s desires, fears and needs
+ Emotional connection to your message that creates intrigue in the listener
+ Body language of success
+ Full, full, natural breathing
= A listener who knows, loves and trusts you.

When you sell, love and believe you become the perfect combination to be their next paycheck!

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About the writer

Sharon SeilerSharon Seiler, MBA, ACC is an internationally renowned communications expert, bestselling author and CEO of Competitive Edge Communications, where she works with professionals to enhance their leadership, relationships, self-awareness and verbal and non-verbal skills to achieve their personality goals Professionalism. A sought-after speaker, Sharon teaches others to make conscious and courageous choices to create the life they want and deserve using positive communication skills. To receive the package of success in your free communication and learn more about her work, visit https://www.SharonSayler.com.

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