Write down your strengths and keep them at the forefront.

StrengthsFinder 2.0


Identify your own strengths and weaknesses.

The question, will come up in all interviews. And many times the answer to this question will give the interviewer the first real impression of your fit to the job. It is imperative to make a good impression during the interview and there is no better chance than when you have a direct invitation to state your strengths. However, when you do so, you should keep in mind what is the interviewer looking for and what qualities would the job require of you. In your answer you need to identify those exact strengths that best compliment the job for which you are appearing.

When you create a plan and put it into action based on your strengths, client development becomes easier and in many cases becomes more fun. Plus, focusing on your strengths gives you the opportunity to “become incredible.”

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  • At the same time, don’t be afraid to toot your own horn! You have to make it clear that your strengths make you the perfect candidate for the position. Be polite and genuine.
  • Hidden in your weaknesses are your strengths.

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    So … you can choose to become incredible by focusing on and developing your strengths — or you can be ordinary, and focus on and worry about your “weaknesses.”