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Genevieve Legrand
over 6 months ago

#Today's "Daily Interview Prep" Question: Why should I hire you?

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Genevieve Legrand
over 6 months ago

#Today's "Daily Interview Prep" Question: What do you think your managers did or didn't do at (former company) to make you successful?

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Genevieve Legrand
over 6 months ago

#Today's "Daily Interview Prep" Question: What are you looking for in a new position?

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Gil Smith
over 6 months ago

#today I interviewed fir a job as an unarmed security officer and I have 20 years experience as an armed security officer and 2 years in law enforcement but the young mall manager would not even give me the top pay he could give me for his unarmed post ?

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Patricia Collins
over 6 months ago

Maybe it would be better just to remember that there were many things about your past you choose to forget, and acknowledge if you could do it again it would have been done differently. You would have made different choices if you could relive those moments that no longer exist, and did not serve you well.

But as the saying goes "There is no sense in worrying about things you can not control", and our past happens to be on the top of that list. Here's another: "Worry Does Not Change Tomorrow's Troubles, But Destroys Today's Peace".

Isn't this better than a continual state of regurgitating one's past memories, which the base of past thoughts/memories are extremely faulty and tend to mentally alter and distort as time passes. However, the only real thing that remain perfectly clear is that all our wrongful thoughts which turned into actual deeds/actions as well as our good ones.

Is this not the biggest indicator of how powerful our ability is to Manifest, and clarify how important it is to control your Mind by the way of controlling your "Thoughts". Let us never loss sight that Thoughts are Things. By not losing sight of this fact, you can and you will create a new life, avoiding most if not all of the pit-fails you have experienced in your prior; your no longer existing past experiences.

In the same token you are creating a total life of reliving by regurgitating your past, it becomes one's focus. Can you really move on that way? After all our man-made system of law does a pretty good job of holding others choices/mistakes/errors against one for life to ensure they never forget, and in hopes one never really moves forward. Do we need to follow or lead by example?

I have a motto relative to this subject: "Do You Want To Be Right, Or Do You Want To Be Happy". Unfortunately, these two things DO NOT go hand in glove, usually totally non-related other than being polar opposites.

So I think it is by far better to realize that nothing of the past has any baring on who you are becoming. "For We All Remain In A Eternal State Of Becoming and a State of Grace".

Grace has never been earned by any of us it has always been a Given, and Becoming Is Non Stoppable! What You Become Is The Only Thing That Is Under Your Control....and is being Created in your every NOW moment.

Namaste~~The God In Me Salutes The God In You

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Genevieve Legrand
over 6 months ago

#Today's "Daily Interview Prep" Question: What is your biggest weakness? POST A COMMENT with the answer you'd give in an actual interview. LIKE the responses you think are great answers. REPLY to fellow Jobcasers' comments to help them improve their responses--and their chances of getting hired soon!

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Genevieve Legrand
over 6 months ago

#Today's "Daily Interview Prep" Question: Why did you leave your last job? POST A COMMENT with the answer you'd give in an actual interview. LIKE the responses you think are great answers. REPLY to fellow Jobcasers' comments to help them improve their responses--and their chances of getting hired soon!

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Genevieve Legrand
over 6 months ago

#Today's "Daily Interview Prep" Question: What role have you enjoyed the most & why?

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Genevieve Legrand
over 6 months ago

#Today's "Daily Interview Prep" Question: What are you most proud of? (professionally)

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Genevieve Legrand
over 6 months ago

#Today's "Daily Interview Prep" Question: Can you give me an example of the toughest problem you've had to handle?

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