Are you ‘Fearful’ of Interviews?
“The only difference between the pros and the novices is that the pros have trained the butterflies to fly in formation.” - Edward Murrow
It’s natural to feel anxious about a job interview. The first step towards overcoming your fear is to adjust your mind set about interviews. To do this, you have to understand what fear is.
What is fear?
Fear is one of the most powerful emotions; an emotion so strong that it has a significant effect on your mind and body! Fear is an unpleasant emotion caused by the threat of danger, pain or harm.
So is it always real or can it be imagined?
Well, fear can be a reaction to a real emergency or physical danger; for example, if you are being attacked by someone or something, or caught in a raging storm or find yourself in a situation where you are engulfed by flames!
But fear can also be a psychological emotion brought about when you are faced with a non-dangerous event: having to give a presentation, being interviewed for a job, sitting an exam or even attending a party or function.
Fear can arise in response to a threat, which can either be real or perceived! It begins with this interesting fact:
The brain does not know the difference between real and imaginary events.
That’s right; the two are the same as far as the brain is concerned!
This is where your journey begins and from here we will teach you tried and tested strategies which will enable you to conquer your fears and enable you to perform at your best in interview situations.
Our Coaching will:
- Enable you to understand why we become fearful.
- Teach you strategies for overcoming your fear.
- Give you techniques which will to stop your voice from trembling.
- Enable you to put together a confidence formula that really works.
- Help you develop a stronger and more confident presence.
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