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Job Interview Success for Introverts

By : Robert McIntosh
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Job Interview Success for Introverts

By: Robert McIntosh

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (8 chapters)

Research


Research is familiar territory for introverts, as I've mentioned before. Introverts are very strong at research because of their ability to focus and use their alone time effectively. If you've noticed introverts at work, you will recall how they sit quietly at their desk, reading the text on the screen, and typing away. What you see is their ability to concentrate with the work at hand. This is how they learn best. The extroverts, on the other hand, are usually conversing with colleagues and exchanging information because this is how they learn best. Take advantage of the time you have to conduct the research you need to be prepared for the interview. You may require space at home, such as an office, where you can concentrate without disruptions; or you may conduct your research at a slightly noisy, yet comfortable, coffee shop. How your research is done is up to you; just make it a priority in preparing for the interview.

Before we go any further, I want to talk about being selfish...