By following our easy end of workday routine you can check the stress at the elevator doors, feel confident that you are prepared for whatever tomorrow brings, and are able to go head out of the office a little happier than yesterday.
By enlisting just a few easy tips and folding them into your nighttime routine, your next period of waking hours is destined to be smoother, easier and most importantly, more productive.
While intra-group competition may foster some stand out talent; cooperation and team-building will ultimately lead to greater success, and a much happier team.
The fortification of personal bonds at work will ensure excellent junior associates develop a deeper sense of loyalty and commitment to the firm. Mentorship develops those bonds in a positive and professional manner.
Now that you are equipped with the knowledge of the importance of a happy and positive morning mood and what it can do for you, what can you do to ensure that you walk into the office on the right foot?
Stop. Take a Breath. Re-set. Bad days and bad interviews, they happen; but tomorrow is a new day. There is nothing to make a bad interview better, all you can do is take a deep breath and re-set for the next one.
What can you do, whether you have already found success through your career, or are just starting out, to make your mornings more akin to the elusive "one percent”?
Both interviewer and interviewee ideally would like the interview to be fruitful, and no matter what side of the table you sit on, you can benefit from the following advice on how to connect with a new acquaintance.
Interviews are stressful. With that stress, one may be more inclined to make a faux pas or flub; these types of slips are incredibly different to come back from. Instead of instituting a recovery plan, it is much more proactive to simply avoid such foot-in-mouth moments all together. This week in Interviewing 101, we will continue to speak about the most common errors made during interviews – and why you should absolutely avoid them.
Last week, we explored Resume Writing 101, specifically the common mistakes applicants make when building a curriculum vitae. This week, on a similar note, we will explore the most common interview faux pas. In today’s session on Interviewing 101, we will painfully analyze those absolutely preventable moments when you royally stick your foot in your mouth.