Many people find interviews as a scary situation. They experience dry mouth, sweaty palms etc. This feeling is completely normal and almost everyone goes through it. It is a proven fact that at times tension can keep one alert and help them to think on their feet.
While in an interview one’s brain, mind and body should be in link. The belief that one holds in mind can affect both the body as well as behaviour. Change in one’s behaviour can also affect the brain and how the body responds when in stress. Our e’s thoughts decide a lot of things and can also decide the result of the interview.
Having faith in one’s own self can help one cross mountains and ensure that one comes out as and winner.
The pre – interview thoughts should be positive and should give encouragement to turn up positively for the interview.
The thought process that one holds during the interview session acts as a deciding factor of the interview.
The functioning of thoughts after the interview acts as a final nail. In all the three processes, the immense optimism is easy expected and it would be possible only when the mind, body and behaviour are in alignment.