Some tips on how to do it right
In almost every respectable interview process, behavioral questions are expected. Some are easy and have natural answers.
Unfortunately I may know a bit too much about S.T.A.R. behavioral interview questions – because I have been asked a lot of them, and also I’m in the position to ask them of prospective candidates.
If I just make myself available on the market, I will be bombarded with so much communication that it will take quite literally all of my time. What mechanisms are in place for effective time management?
Here we emphasize that doing physical training has a number of positive effects, not achievable elsewhere.
A Book Recommendation. This book by William Powers offers a complete basic theory of psychology – and a very interesting one at that.
Does it make sense to spend a decade of focus on something? When you don’t have success, how long do you try until pivoting?
How important is outward appearance? What constitutes outward appearance?
In this post, I’m going to talk about some difficult questions that might be asked on an interview. These questions are specifically designed to yank the candidate out of their comfort zone.