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MSG Lance Kelly
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It really got me thinking about the type of questions I could be asked and how I would respond to them. I can see how your personality can make a difference during the interview process. I look at people around me and see who is confident and who is quiet or shy. I have found that just because you are vocal and seem confident doesn't always mean you have the right answer. This will give me some homework to think how I would answer those questions and not spend too much time trying to think about it by searching for the right answer. Thanks for sharing.
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Danielle Gray
Danielle Gray
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I'm happy to hear that this article might help you! You're right - being outgoing and confident doesn't count if there isn't any substance in the answers. On the other hand, someone who is shy and soft-spoken, may not be heard the right way because of their presentation. Personality and culture fit is an important piece when companies are looking to hire. Not overthinking answers/questions can be hard - I know I have had that issue! If there's anything I can do to help you with your career search in the future, please do not hesitate to reach out.
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SFC Combat Engineer
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It's a fine line between displaying positive energy and knowledge, and being obnoxious or self centered.
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Danielle Gray
Danielle Gray
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Absolutely. Very well said.
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COL President
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Tool will use
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Danielle Gray
Danielle Gray
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Glad it will help!
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