Podcast #562



In this episode of The Confidence Podcast, we’re coaching on:

  • How to be confident when it matters most 
  • Confidence preparation tips 
  • Letting go of the anxiety



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Confidence for Interviews and Meetings.


Be your best.

Trust God with the rest.

Decide to be the type of person who any company would love to hire.

Be invaluable. 


Confidence plays a crucial role in interviews as it helps you present yourself in the best possible light and make a positive impression on the interviewer. Here are some tips to boost your confidence during interviews:

  1. Preparation is Key: Research the company, the role, and the industry thoroughly. Understand the job description and requirements, and prepare answers for common interview questions. The more you know, the more confident you’ll feel.
  2. Practice, Practice, Practice: Rehearse your answers with a friend, family member, or in front of a mirror. Practice will help you articulate your thoughts more clearly and reduce nervousness.
  3. Body Language: Maintain good posture, make eye contact, and offer a firm handshake. These nonverbal cues exude confidence and professionalism.
  4. Dress Appropriately: Choose attire that suits the company culture and the role. When you feel well-dressed, it can boost your confidence.
  5. Positive Self-Talk: Replace negative self-talk with positive affirmations. Remind yourself of your strengths and accomplishments before the interview.
  6. Visualize Success: Spend a few minutes visualizing yourself acing the interview. Imagine yourself answering questions confidently and making a positive impression.
  7. Focus on Your Achievements: Prepare stories that showcase your skills and accomplishments. Sharing these examples can remind you of your abilities and enhance your confidence.
  8. Listen Actively: Pay close attention to the interviewer’s questions and respond thoughtfully. Active listening demonstrates confidence and shows that you’re engaged in the conversation.
  9. Pause Before Responding: Take a moment to gather your thoughts before answering a question. A well-thought-out response is more effective than rushing into an answer.
  10. Ask Questions: Prepare thoughtful questions to ask the interviewer. This shows your interest in the role and company, and it also shifts the dynamic from one-sided to more of a conversation.
  11. Embrace Nervousness: Accept that some nervousness is normal. It’s a sign that you care about the opportunity. Channel that energy into enthusiasm for the role.
  12. Remember Your Value: Remind yourself that you have unique skills and experiences to offer. The interview is an opportunity for them to learn about you as much as it is for you to learn about the company.
  13. Learn from Rejections: Even if you don’t get an offer, view each interview as a chance to improve. Reflect on what went well and what you could enhance for the next interview.
  14. Practice Mindfulness: Deep breathing and mindfulness exercises can help calm nerves before the interview. Taking a few deep breaths can have a calming effect on your mind and body.
  15. Experience Matters: The more interviews you do, the more comfortable and confident you’ll become. So, treat each interview as a learning experience.


Post interview / meeting, do a neutralizing analysis.

What did I do well?

What could I do better next time?

What am I proud of? 


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