Wednesday, May 31, 2017

How to Ace Your Next Job Interview

Everyone has a timid side, we believe. For us, we tend to be shy when it comes to meeting new people and approaching them, thinking of topics just to keep the conversation going. And it's not just about that. We also are shy when we're about to do an upcoming presentation in class or for work. It's like stage fright. Confidence can be extremely difficult to be built. And honestly, starting this blog became a stepping stone on building our confidence. We have become more talkative, more effortless, and more friendly. 

Yes, being shy when meeting new people still applies to us, but now we try to be the first to initiate a conversation. Just say hi! If others can do it, then so can you! It's just about believing in yourself and being truly genuine with what you really say. 

We can't always be Number 1 and be the best at everything. If you're nervous because you think you're going to mess up, just accept the fact that that might happen. Because everybody makes mistakes. We can't tell what's going to happen in a few hours. A contingency you can do is, come up with a Plan B for if it does go all wrong, so you always have your game plan to lean on. For instance, in speeches, have note cards, icons or photos that would make you remember what you're going to say. If you are struggling with confidence, just remember that we all have moments when we feel like that. We're with you! However, you need to be your own cheerleader. The first step to being confident is being comfortable with who you are, being proud of your capabilities. Once you start believing in yourself, you will slowly see results in everything you do! 

Choose yourself. As long as you are happy and healthy, then you are gonna be okay. Who cares what others think? We're beautiful no matter what. You don't have to be in somebody else's shadow. Once you realize that only your opinion matters, then you are on track to becoming a beautifully confident soul. If you are having trouble believing in yourself (it's okay, we all feel that way at times), don't give up. Imagine making things happen when you keep doing what you do. Have faith in yourself, just like we have faith in you!

Also, another thing that could help you gain more confidence is if you stand in a Beyonce manner, tall with your hands on your hips, legs spread slightly, and your chest out for just two minutes a day, you'll feel much more confident. Sometimes music can really help to set our emotions or at least focus on something else. Listen to music that reminds you of how strong you are. That you don't need others to confirm that!

Hope we helped tickle out the confidence in you! Share with us some of your struggles, maybe we can work on it together!

Much love,
Candis & Daphne

On Candis: Sky Castle top & culottes, Tonic shoes
On Daphne: Sky Castle top & skirt, Zara heels

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