Job interviews are tough. Really tough. Not everyone will like you or give you the time of day. No matter the sit-
uation or event, it is important to keep your body language open, stay upbeat, and to not lose your composure.
In order to stay cool, calm, and collected, it is extremely important to practice and improve on your weakest
areas. It is only through repetition that you can calm your nerves and ensure you can perform to the best of
Another factor that is extremely important is to be likability and compatibility. Reaching the interview stage
means that your skillsets match the requirements of the job. Now it is about seeing whether you are someone
they would like to have in the office sitting next to them on a daily basis. It is impossible to please everyone,
therefore, be yourself so that both parties can truly judge whether you are compatible with them and the firm.
Regarding likability, ensure that you are upbeat and seem interested in what they have to say. Engage with the
interviewer and ask questions to show you are listening and care about what they are saying.
Here are some tips to help you get started!