Posted November 21, 2019 12:02:25It’s the second time in the past week that I’ve used an interviewer as an agent for my goal, but this time the interview was for my business, I needed to find a way to keep my head above water and the interviewer was in charge of that, so I got in touch with the person who had been a mentor to me for a long time.
A year ago I was a young entrepreneur who had a hard time finding a job and was on the verge of bankruptcy.
The problem was, I was very insecure about my finances and I didn’t know how to manage them.
I decided to find someone who would be there to help me get back on track and I contacted the recruiter via LinkedIn and said I would like to interview him.
It was a tough interview, he was very blunt about the problems I was facing and said that he had helped me find the right job in my field.
He did everything he could to help and it took a lot of patience but he gave me a good start.
I think it’s great that he gave someone a chance to show me the ropes.
When I contacted my recruiter, he said that it would be great if I could talk about my personal story and his business experience, which he was quite aware of.
This was a good opportunity for me to share some of my personal journey, to show him how I got started and how I was progressing in my career, so that he would be more motivated to help.
In the end, I found out that he was a successful business owner who was in the process of moving to another country, and that I had been working on a plan to get back into my job and that he needed me to do that too.
As soon as I found the right person, I began working with him and eventually we created a new business called Motivational Interviewing.
We now offer the training for more than 500 clients across Australia and I hope that our work will make you more confident about interviewing as an interviewer.
And that’s the beauty of it, I’m not just the recrucer, I am also the person working with the client and helping them to get the best possible outcome for their business.