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Because getting a second interview is harder than the first one. This is a guest post by Stephan Wiedner. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. How you feel, and how others perceive how you’re feeling, has more of an impact on whether or not you get that second interview than you might think. Research published in the psychology and behavioural science journal "Motivation and Emotion" found that those who demonstrated higher levels of Positive Affect (PA) were more likely to get a second interview. Maybe, then, it’s time to rethink your interview strategy.
Because giving is the best way to receive. This is a guest post by Stephan Wiedner. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. If you really want to get a job, consider focusing all your efforts on finding someone else a job first. I know, it sounds crazy and counter-intuitive but it works. Here's why. 4 Reasons Why You Should Help Your Friends Find a Job 1. Understand yourself better “By helping someone else discover their greatness, you will discover yours,” says Kathy Fleming, a Master Certified Coach and one of the most experienced career coaches on Noomii.com. “By being a skilled listener, you can reflect the greatness in the other individual and perhaps rekindle and remember your own greatness.”