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Calming Nerves

Updated 08/17/2017

  Life events can bring on the "jitters".
  The key is bring yourself under some
  level of control to perform well for
  those you need to impress. Your first
  impression is always important thus
  you want to enter cool, calm, and
  very professional at all times. Taking
  deep cleansing breaths often help. 


   How to calm your nerves before a job interview  |  SiliconRepublic.com                                     07/12/2017
   Have you got a job interview coming up? Don’t let your nerves get the better of you.
   Jane McNeill of Hays Recruitment is here to help you stay cool, calm and collected.
   Whether it’s racing thoughts, sweaty palms or feeling restless, one thing is for certain:
   those job interview nerves are starting to kick in.
   If you could just shake those nerves in time for the interview, you would be able to
   exude confidence and make a strong impression. However, the clock is ticking and
   those interview nerves aren’t showing any signs of subsiding.

   Over the years, I have given plenty of advice to candidates on the topic of interview
   nerves, and what they need to remember in order to stay calm.
   In this piece, I would like to share some of these insights with you, hopefully helping
   you to overcome your interview anxiety, giving yourself the best chance for success.