Jobcasers, You guys are awesome, so I thought I'd pass on a tip: don't say "I'LL DO ANYTHING" in an interview since that means you are expecting the company to figure out what to do with you - they will NOT expend the effort. If you are saying, "I'll do anything" to demonstrate you're a team player, flexible, or creative... then SAY THAT INSTEAD with EXAMPLES. It won't guarantee you'll get the job, but you'll be miles ahead of the interview game.
A much, much better approach is this: 1.) evaluate your own experience and come up with 2 or 3 examples (or more) of things you DID to make your job/boss/company better. 2.) Practice explaining the context and examples to someone who doesn't know a lot about your job (a friend or family member is fine... as long as they haven't heard lots about your workplace). Allow them to ask questions or challenge you. Get your story down pat. 3.) Attach NUMBERS/DATA to your accomplishments (e.g. "I created a Customer Checklist that improved our home-delivery service, which caused rejected orders to decrease by 25%." or "I was recognized as the Employee of the Month twice and had 5 customers request to work directly with me when they had a problem.") and - most importantly - 4.) FIGURE OUT HOW YOUR PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE SOLVES A PROBLEM FOR THE INTERVIEWER. This is the opposite of "I'll do anything." It shows you have read the job description, understand what's important, and can make a case that your experience fits their needs.
There are so many talented, motivated, and worthy job seekers on Jobcase, I hope each one of you gets a chance to SHINE. Best of luck, Marijoy