How To Really Prepare For Interviews?

There are just two simple tips for wearing the same old outfits you have every week, without it boring you out. One; learn to be creative. Mix and match your clothing. Play around with color combinations as well as design combinations. Be daring with your pairing. Accessorize smartly! As for the second tip; the right makeup and hairstyle combinations can definitely give your outfit that finishing touch; so never skip over it…
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  • Do all the research, and then some more – Doing ample research on the job or the post you are applying for before you get to the interview goes without saying. But one thing most novices to business world seem to neglect, is doing a proper research on the company or business they are interviewing for. You know by now that you will be expected to answer the questions of the interviewer (obviously), and also ask a few questions of your own from them. Knowing all the vital details will help you not ask obvious questions from them.
  • Keep all your written documents in order – whether it’s your qualification certificates, your CVs, your college result sheets, your recommendation letters…whatever you feel that you might be required to have with you on your interview, make sure this is in order at least 2 days prior to the interview. Have it all in a proper file that wont let your documents loose, even if you have to indulge in a little sprinting with it in hand.
  • Know what you are going to wear before hand – Looking good and feeling comfortable in the clothing you wear for your interview is vital. It gives you a boost for your confidence. We suggest going for a bespoke suit bangkok (preferably set aside specifically for this purpose). Having something tailor made will only emphasize your good features; and what better moment to do so than now? And as for the ladies, remember that the right jacket can be heaven sent for both pant outfits, and dress outfits. Remember to take your outfit on a “test-drive” before hand…
  • Practice your speech – just like you need to be comfortable and confident in your clothing for the big day, you need to be as confident with your answers and your speech. Strive to speak slowly and clearly. Don’t rush your speech for any reason, as this gives your interviewers the impression that you are nervous.
  • Be mindful of your body language – wearing made to measure shirts or clothes might help you boost your confidence, but you still need to pay attention to what your body is saying. Practice sitting and answering questions in front of a mirror. Be mindful of any signs, like a jiggling knee, that will betray your nervousness to your interviewers. be also mindful of those wild hand gestures that you might be prone to using.
  • Get proper rest – we understand that you might be feeling a little nervous the night before the interview. However, this leading to lack of sleep is a very bad idea. The idea is to look fresh and alert at your interview; which will be a struggle to achieve if your running on pure adrenaline and very little sleep. So go to bed earlier than necessary on the night before the interview.