Crush the Interview
How To Be Thoughtful (and win interviews) Paid Members
Whenever you’re on the job hunt, one of your main problems is having to cut through all the noise. After all, your average job opening gets dozens and dozens, sometimes hundreds of applicants. Here's how you can stand out.
Morgan’s Story: How to Prepare For and Stand Out in an Interview When You Don’t Feel Qualified Paid Members
This was my first interview in months. I didn't know what to say or do. I didn't feel qualified. But the interview actually went great—and I learned how to prepare for future interviews and stand out to employers. Here's how you can do that, too.
CH Classics: How to get the job of your dreams Paid Members
If you walk in the door with a compelling and highly specific and tailored plan, you will immediately have their full attention.
These are the things you’ll SHOW — not tell — your boss or client so they KNOW you are someone who delivers real results.
Why Job Interviews Should be Treated as Auditions Paid Members
If you can simply do such a good job and prove to someone you’re willing to work hard, very little after that matters to them
Bob is excited. He hasn’t been on a date in a while and Alice was pretty enough he told himself. Bob’s mom had told him to just keep being himself and eventually the perfect “one” would come along. Is this the night she’s right? No. Bob’s mom is wrong again
This is a tale of two candidates. Carl grew up a regular house pet. Will was raised by wolves. Both were products of their upbringing. For most of his life, Carl relied on others to feed, walk, and groom him. But where Will came from, if you wanted to eat,
It was late in the evening, and I was checking my email. For the past several weeks, I’d been creating projects and pitches for startups because I was ready to get a job, and I knew I had to do something better to stand out. I hadn’t heard from anyone yet, though. But that evening, I got an email.