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16 Tim Ferris Podcasts You Need To Hear

Tim Ferriss is an American entrepreneur, self-help guru and author best known for The 4-Hour Workweek. His hugely popular podcast series has seen some of world’s most famous people reveal the tools, tactics, and tricks that led to their success. Here are 15 of the best; from Arnold Schwarzenegger’s meditation tips to the creator of WordPress’ favourite productivity tools.


Boost Your Confidence Before A Phone Interview By Dressing Your Best

Interviewing for a job over the phone can be just as stressful as interviewing in person. You can prepare yourself mentally and get in a good mindset by dressing up like they will be right there in the room with you.


Fill Out A Thin Resume By Scanning Through Job Postings

If you feel like your resume could use some padding, fear not, you’re probably just selling yourself short. A little job posting exploration can help you find some skills you forgot to add.


The Best Place To Sit For Every Kind Of Business Meeting [Infographic]

The business world can often feel like a game of musical chairs. This infographic from furniture website SeatsandStools explains the optimum seating position for a range of business situations: from job interviews to formal lunches.


Four Nosy Questions You Shouldn't Be Afraid To Ask In Your Job Interview

If you prepare for interviews as thoroughly as I think you do, you’ve probably got a (long) list of questions to ask. But you probably also worry about which ones are actually OK to bring up — and which could cost you the job.


How To Answer 'Tell Me About A Time You Failed' In An Interview

While not the most common interview question, the failure question — should you get it — is rather perplexing. How do you answer this honestly while also not scaring away your potential future employer by bringing up that time you fat-fingered a trade and lost the company a lot of money?


What You Should And Shouldn't Do With Your Hands During A Job Interview

There’s more to acing an interview than a good resume and solid answers to their questions. Body language plays a big part as well. If you’re not sure what to do with your hands during a job interview, these tips will help.


Ask Your Job Interviewer Questions Similar To The Ones They Ask You

Job interviews are a two-way street, with both you and the interviewer asking questions to see if this is a good match. When it’s time for you to ask the questions, remember that you can use the same ones they asked you.


Pretend Your Job Interviewer Is An Old Friend To Be More Comfortable

Interviews tend to be awkward, perhaps nerve-wracking experiences. One simple trick to get more comfortable: Imagine you’re old pals with the interviewers.


How To Answer One Of The Most Common Job Interview Questions

“Where do you see yourself in five years?” When it comes to job interviews, there are few questions more annoying than this. It’s cliched and frankly none of their business. Nevertheless, your answer will be carefully assessed and could adversely affect your chances of being hired. This video from The Muse explains how not to answer the question, along with a few tips on how to ace it.


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