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February 04, 2009 by Matt

During my interview, I got a good feel for what it’s like to be asked questions. With the blinding lights in my face, it could have been God asking me the questions for all I know.

To me this made the interview a little less personal. I could hardly see Dr. Moody, and I felt like I was in a line up while they were trying to figure out if it was Col. Mustard in the study with the candle stick (it wasn’t). However, I will be able to use my uncomfortable experience as a guide to make my interviews more pleasant. Also the line of questions that I was asked will help give me some direction in future interviews that I conduct. Overall, I made it out alive with all 10 fingers and toes and most of my self-esteem intact.


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