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If you are one of these millions of people there is no reason to feel bad or ashamed.
If you know someone who tells you that they are not fazed a bit, just remember that they are full of crap.
Everyone is affected by interviews; some more than others.
I am willing to bet a significant amount of money that even Gary Kubiak of the Broncos is going to be shakin' in his boots when it comes time to meet with Texans owner Bob McNair.
He is a formidable guy and I am sure that he will put Kubiak through the ringer when interviewing him as a replacement for Dom Capers.
I am also willing to bet that Gary Kubiak will be prepared for the ringing and will stand up like a pro.
You too can learn to stand up like a pro.
All it takes is a little know how.
Learn some of the best interviewing secrets and you will be well on your way to scoring that dream job.
With a little research and a lot of trying you too can score the big one like it looks Gary Kubiak is going to do with the Texans.
The first thing that you need to remember when going on any interview is to show no fear.
It does not matter how you really feel inside.
All that matters is what other people can see.
If the interviewer sees that you feel uncertain or you are not confident they will have no option but to assume this is because you do not really know how to do the job.
Stuttering and stammering never got anyone the job and you need to work on keeping these nervous signs to a minimum.
For some people the only way to learn how to interview and to get over these fears is to interview over and over again.
That is fine, as long as you can pay your bills in the meantime.
But the goal of this article is to help you get the job in the first few interviews, not the first few hundred.
You can do it! All you need is a little determination, and when you feel yourself start to falter just remember Gary Kubiak and the Texans interview.
If he can hold up in his situation so can you.
If you believe in yourself that it will be evident to the interviewer, and that will also impress the heck out of anyone who is interviewing you for a position at their company.
One of the best interviewing tips that I have ever come across is not something that you will do when in the actual interview.
It is something that you should do well before the interview.
Visualization has gotten me and many other people through numerous tough spots in life.
What you do is go through the entire interviewing process in your mind.
The whole thing; from when you get up that morning, to the drive in to when you hear your name called and before.
Try to visualize the questions you will be asked and imagine yourself answering easily and smoothly.
Don't just do this visualization exercise once, do it over and over again.
At first you might even feel yourself getting nervous imagining the interview but the more you do it, the easier it will become.
Pretty soon that interview will seem like a piece of cake.
By the time the real interview day rolls around you will be full of confidence and faith in yourself and your ability to handle the situation.
This kind of confidence is sure to impress your would be boss and it might even be what wins you the job position.
Who knows, that may even be the secret to Gary Kubiak and his interviewing strategy.
Try it and you will see the truth in what I am talking about.
It is easy and simple.
Just try it before bed tonight and see how powerful visualization can really be as an interviewing tool.