Monday, June 25, 2012

Career Tip: Be On Time For a Job Interview

Have you ever thought how many expressions about time there are? "Time Is Of The Essence", "Time Is On My Side", "Time Will Tell", "Time Marches On”.  Are we too preoccupied with time?  It seems we organize our lives around how much or how little time we carve out for ourselves. Do you ask yourself if you have enough time to cram everything into one day?  Do you worry about spending your time wisely?  It seems like time keeps us in check and in sync with the rest of the world.  

If you’re like me and worry about time all the time (?), here’s a very “timely” TIP:

BE ON TIME FOR AN INTERVIEW.  When you’re late, you become frazzled, won’t be at your interview best and run the risk of ticking off an interviewer.  You’ll have one strike against you before you put your foot in the door.  It would be a shame to lose a job because of something that could easily be avoided.

Remember,  “Time Waits For No One” (was that a song?)

"The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once."
~ Albert Einstein

“Good Night, And Good Luck”

Laura Rivchun

PS - If you're searching for a job and haven't gotten past the first interview, it might be time (there's that time thing again) to brush up on your interview skills.  I can help you get past first base with my "How To Ace The Interview" program.  Interested in learning more?  Email me at

1 comment:

  1. As someone who is always pushing the time limit, I loved this post!
    It speaks to the issue of how we sabotage ourselves at times. (There goes that "time" thing again)......