Early in my career, my boss made the terrible mistake of telling me that I was the best interviewee he’d ever met. “It was evident from the beginning that we should hire you,” he said, “and the only thing I’d tell you to do differently next time is to ask me for a one billion dollar salary.”
OK, the last part of that quote isn’t entirely accurate, but the damage was all the same.
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Yes, it’s embarrassing to screw up an interview. But if you can learn from my mistakes, you’ll have a success story to tell (and hopefully a job to accept).