Storing self confidence for individual professionals who want to land a job to which they think they can be of utmost use is something that most people have a hard time dealing with. While some may be full and rich with experience, some have second thoughts, especially when they are already on the spot, needing to properly answer all the question pertaining to the job description or opening given, and capture the nod of the panel he is in front of prior to consideration for the company.
Interviews in itself is a test of character and the ability of a person to carry himself in times where pressure will be a telling factor. In whichever case, there is no question that all people have various ways of handling such situations, some of which wilt under pressure and end up losing a part of their belief in the capabilities that they can do. While these experiences are only normal, such build the storage of setbacks a person has to deal with in order to mature, not only as a person but in the professional side as well.
Most people learn through mistakes, and this is a given fact. There is no smooth sailing practice to which most people can expect to excel beyond their careers without facing rough times. In fact these rough times make them better, since dealing with them eventually becomes experience factors to which most people will evidently handle future situations with better management and ease.
Related Career Articles:
Building a New Career is a SnapÂ by Daniel Terdiman
Originally posted on June 22, 2006 @ 7:49 am