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Going to the interview - the Susan Boyle Youtube approach . . .

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by TheoGriff, May 5, 2009.

  1. TheoGriff

    TheoGriff Star commenter

    If you haven't seen it yet, watch it.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lp0IWv8QZY
    Question: What do you learn from this that is useful when preparing for an interview?
    Well?
    Answer: people judge you instantly on how you look, how you move, how you dress. And this may be an inaccurate judgment of your ability to do the job.
    So dress the part, look the part, act the part when you are going to an interview. You might not be able to teach as well as she can sing, to win the day!

     
  2. This is actually a really good point!
     
  3. TheoGriff

    TheoGriff Star commenter

    Yep, I am quite well known for making actually really good points . . .
    [​IMG]
     
  4. Just thought you'd like to know that the link to the YouTube video no longer work. Apparently it's been removed due to a copyright infringement claim.
     
  5. TheoGriff

    TheoGriff Star commenter

    Thank you, camisado.
    I think that enough people have seen this video by now to understand the point!
     

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