Hey guys,today i did two interviews and they went pretty bad.I got to a bar in my town asked for a job,i was feeling anxiety,basicslly i was oozing anxiety all over the place,plus my voice was like that of a fool during the whole interview,these factors were fucking devastating.The owners expression was like ok go die in a corner,i dont have to talk at all about the second interview,the only thing i am gonna say the owner was a hot brunnete,so the game so over for me.
I expect some good advices from you guys,on how to overcome this anxiety problem and be myself,to get the job done.It is important for me to get financially stable,so i can get my claws on manwhores coaching programm.Thanks
You need to start meditating/listening to Eckart Tolle's Practicing the Power of Now, and start controlling your breathing and speaking. You should always be able to speak steady and without wavering.
Haha if there was one piece of advice that could work for every post on here, meditate/tolle
Hmm. Well, what I did when I was young was I said FUCK YOU to getting a job, and I became self employed instead.
Ok Megalos your job is to focus on all the advice contained within this thread and report back.
Thanks guys,i am going to work on your advices right now.
Things like this are what I love about this forum.
I also can't stand the idea of employment. The idea of working a job just sucks at my soul, (even though I don't have a problem with working a job temporarily as long as it's to a purpose.)
For my two cents, I'd say that attitude is huge. There are two people that live inside you, the CHUMP and the CHAMP. Personally, if I bring the chump to the table, everything he touches turns to dogshit lol. When I bring the champ, everything he touches turns to gold. The difference between chump/champ is negativity/positivity. Champ is always found on the frontlines with a grin on his face, whether he's playing a game or fighting a war, and he doesn't quit. You need to get in touch with your inner "champ."
A lot of that, for me, was developing little daily rituals and habits over the years that bring out my inner champ. I start seeing my day as "having fun" even if it end up being absolutely brutal. That attitude alone will bring you a lot of success in interviews or anything else for that matter
Very true, attitude determines so so much