Are you about to go for a major job interview?
Do you think you are thoroughly prepared?
Are you not feeling confident enough to do the job interview?
Need an expert professional hypnotherapist to help you get that job?
Many people in management and particularly in top executive positions have undergone hypnotherapy to fine tune their job performance. They may have sought out private hypnotherapists or undergone corporate coaching courses that include hypnosis but they sought to really lift their game and refine their communications skills and performance.
Improving your performance with hypnosis can be a game changer for your career.
Think about it for one moment – how much money do you think you will make from your next job? Add it up. Calculate how much you have earned so far in your previous job. Then add together all the money you have made over the years from all of your jobs.
Weigh this up against what you need from a job:
- How flexible will the work be?
- Does it give you time to be with your family?
- Will the boss be patient if you or your relatives are sick?
- What is the quality of the communications at work?
- Will you be happy doing the work that the job involves?
So a job is more than just the money you need to live a good life although the money is important. It is the whole package, which means a lot can be riding on you giving a good interview when you apply for a job.
It is possible you will be competing against other interviewees who may also be very experienced in what they do. You only get the one shot to give that good interview and impress your potential employers, so don’t you think it’s sensible to make sure you are on top form when you do the interview?
Hypnosis can help train you to be automatically confident during job interviews.
Having been an employer for nearly 50 years I know what management are looking for. There may be variations in different sectors but the basics of what an employer wants from an employee are generally the same and you will need to exhibit those qualities at the interview.
If you are getting callbacks for a second and third interviews, it means the competition is tough. You are in with a chance but you will need to bring the X factor that tips the interviewers over the edge in your favour. You’re entering into the last leg of the race and you need to be able to sprint to the finishing line or you’re out.
So, doesn’t it make sense to invest time and money in yourself to get that job?
Now think about how much money you will make from the job you’re going for, what holding that position will do for your career, credibility and career.
My first investment came out of talking myself into a job in a newly forming company. I was only 15, but I could do a range of skills that no one else in the company could do and I leveraged the heck out of that situation and made myself indispensable.
Part of interviewing is being proactive in asking for what you need from a position which requires the skills you possess and having the confidence to do that at interview stage.