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Positive messages – How to sound more positive in your job interview

TB+ positive and persuasive communication tips

To make a positive impression in a job interview, it pays for you to practise answering questions and to prepare  positive responses to difficult questions.

Feel free to use any of these positive language tips in your next job interview and please let me know when you handle the tough questions confidently and positively. Practice and PreparationWILL help you perform better!

I often help top executives prepare for important job interviews.

the positive side of being a word nerd – tweaking words and tense to create more positive messages

You can make a better impression too by

  1. having a “practice interview” to see how you respond to questions
  2. replacing the negative language with more positive language

For example, a common combination question at job interviews.

  1. What’s your greatest strength?
  2. What’s your greatest weakness?

I recently helped someone prepare for an interview and I advised them when…

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This entry was posted on August 29, 2014 by in Uncategorized.
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