What To Do (And Not Do) Before And After A Remote Job Interview

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Do it and move on

One of the best things you can do for your sanity when you’re in the interviewing game is doing all the preparation that is within your control. If you know that you did everything you could to arrive informed and ready, then you can minimize some of the “What ifs” and “If only I had done this differently…” later. Thoughts like that often only come up if something catches you off guard in the interview, which shouldn’t happen (too much) if you did your best to be prepared. “Give it your all in the interview. Set it and forget it,” Nyanue says. “If you know you are completely prepared and showed up in the best possible way…once it’s done, literally everything that was within your control to do for that position has been done.”

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