I always advise anyone going on a job interview to focus on what you bring to the job.
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In a job interview situation, we can't assume that a great interview will lead to a job offer. We have to stay top-of-mind for a hiring manager.
Your mojo is everything in a job search, and it's very important to keep intact. If you can see persistence as a repetitive business task and not a high-stakes test of your ego, pride and self-esteem, you'll be in good shape.
Research the company you are applying to work for thoroughly. Don't just look at company information that may appear on their website.
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