Sunday, December 21, 2014

Proper answers to questions asked at job interviews to trigger emotional responses.

Q- Why is this role of interest to you?
A- This role will allow me to flex my muscles and prove my prowess to the industry.

Q- What results do you want to achieve?
A- I want to make a splash with innovative and progressive methods with which to penetrate the market in a lasting and notable way.

Q- How will this role help you to achieve what you want?
A- It will give me the tools necessary to get done what I have the experience and ambition to bring to fruition. A mechanic can't work without the proper tools.

Q- What do you consider to be a few of your strengths?
A- People gravitate towards me. I understand the average persons emotional and motivational thinking and use this to discuss with people things that matter to them rather than those that do not.
Also, professionalism starts for me when my eyes first open in the morning.

Q-  Who is responsible for your results?
A- The authors of knowledge bestowed upon me by many a great writers in history, and mentors I've met along the way. Those who have taught me to reign in my creativity and put structure into my way of life.

Q- What makes you laugh?
A- Not much. But those who take themselves too seriously are a start.

Q- When is the last time you were embarrassed?
A- I was on the Q train heading home and in between stops became sick. It wasn't pretty.

Q- What happened? How did you handle the situation?
A- Got off next stop and got on the next train after feeling better.

Q- What activities energize and excite you?
A- Strategizing to come up with formulas as to how to approach situations.
Watching something I birthed grow.

Q- How do you have fun?
A- See question above.

Q- What are two personal habits that have served you well?
A- The ability to walk away from anything that doesn't serve me.
My ability to integrate the correct people for the correct tasks.

Q- How good are you at accepting help from others?
A- As good as others are at giving it.

Q- How good are you at asking for help?
A- It is a natural response that emanates from within a conversation about any one thing. Without the incorporation of others ideas and abilities I would not get close to as much done.

Q- What is one of the internal battles to have each day?
A- Not sure if this is a typo but I'll answer both questions with one answer. The only internal battle is when I notice that maybe my roommate upstairs (Mental Chatter) might not be serving me appropriately, put it in line and move on.

Q- What makes you angry?
A- Not people but things. Things like an archaic political election system that could work light years better with todays technology/thinkers. Things like the lack of perspective when people do certain things like wear fur or eat animals.

Q- What aspect of your work you are passionate about?
A- I've learned to love what I do, so I do it with love.

Q- How could you create more balance in your life?
A- I can't.

Q- Who inspires you?
A- Great authors and thinkers like Krishnamurti
And Paulo Freire who wrote Pedagogy of the Oppressed.
People who share and exhibit revolutionary thoughts.

Q- On an “average day” would you consider yourself a high or low energy person?
A- Very high energy, abrupt and direct.

Q- On an “average day” is your main focus on results and tasks or people and emotions?
A- Everything everyday is focused on the homeostasis of this carnival of madness that is the world in order to meet noble long term goals.

1 comment:

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