5 Interviewing Tips To Get That Job!

Written by Marie Magdala Roker


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Tip 4

Be Prepared

Know what to say.

Most interviewers askrepparttar same standard questions about your strengths, weaknesses, former employers, work history. If you are being interviewed by several people, this might be a good cop, bad cop situation. Pay attention to who is playing bad cop, they are looking for signs of weakness and dishonesty. To be well prepared, beforerepparttar 125429 interview, write out all your accomplishments, both personal and professional. List your strengths and weaknesses. Be honest, itís easier to rememberrepparttar 125430 truth than it is a lie. Extra Tip: Write out situations in which you have demonstrated: leadership skills, determination, stress management, creativity, and flexibility. Be prepared to answerrepparttar 125431 question: Why do you want this job? If youíre not sure, reevaluate your decision. If you arrive a few minutes early, review what you wrote inrepparttar 125432 waiting room beforerepparttar 125433 interview. Great list of interview questions: http://www.indiana.edu/~libpers/interview.html

Tip 5

Ask For The Job

You get what you ask for.

The most important step inrepparttar 125434 interviewing process is one most people miss. ASK FOR THE JOB! Most interviewers are waiting for that closure. If you have done everything exceptionally well duringrepparttar 125435 interviewing process, but have not asked forrepparttar 125436 job, youíve just wasted an interview. Asking forrepparttar 125437 job showsrepparttar 125438 potential employer that you are assertive, confident and right forrepparttar 125439 job. It might feel uncomfortable, but this is your only chance to ask for something you really want. Make sure your voice is firm and you make eye contact. Think of it as your closing argument, youíve got to win overrepparttar 125440 jury. You should also askrepparttar 125441 interviewer if he or she thinks you are right forrepparttar 125442 job. Even if they tell you something unpleasant, think of it as a lesson learned. However, do yourself a favor and ask forrepparttar 125443 job. You deserve it!

Marie Magdala Roker is a Family Coach and Certified Breakthrough Parenting Instructor. She is completing her Masters in Health Education at Columbia University's Teachers College. She helps parents to reclaim their lives and students to unlock their academic potential. She is committed to helping build healthy families, one family member at a time.


Tips For Toys

Written by Margaret Svete, Ph.D.


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Primary toys are your dog's favorite. Leave these out for your dog when your not around. This helps reduce separation anxiety because your dog associates you leaving with his getting his favorite toy.

Secondary toys arerepparttar toys to have out when you are home. Be sure to pick uprepparttar 125428 primary toys.

And finallyrepparttar 125429 third set of toys is used to rotate withrepparttar 125430 repparttar 125431 first set. Trainers recommend swapping toys every 3 days or so. This helps keep your dog interested in all his toys.

And always choose toys wisely. Try to buy toys that match your dog's size. And always make sure there are no dangerous small pieces that your dog can chew loose and swallow or worse yet - choke on.

Check out this link to check outrepparttar 125432 gang's favorite toys:

http://www.allaboutdogcare.com/favorite-toys.html

Margaret Svete, best-selling author, television and radio personality, and dog rescuer helps dog owners discover easy dog care tips. Subscribe to the premiere dog care ezine, The Dog Enquirer, at http://www.allaboutdogcare.com


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