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How To Cope Up With Interview Rejection?

 

Post date: 2020-03-04 11:27:10

Rejections are always a stressing ingredient in lifestyle, they make you worry and sometimes anxious also. Many people try to handle rejection in their own ways and on their own terms, some are looking for comfort so others are looking for denial. Handling rejection is key to building yourself, you have to learn a lot from rejection. Somehow it is something which is opening doors for you to a brighter future. So, accept your rejection, make a truce with it. Later, reflect on it. Reflection on anything you are achieving in life is the most self-growing activity. You have to be more alert and vigilant when it comes to your professional life. Look for the things which went wrong while the recruitment procedure, focus on them. Write them down on a piece of paper and reflect on your experience. This exercise will make you more aware and will enhance your growth, you have to awareness about your habits and your performance. As this happens to be the baseline from where you can start working on yourself for the upcoming interview you have to engage and appear for.

 

In this fast pacing and running world where everything is becoming a race and each person wants to achieve everything quickly in life, pause. Breathe. Inhale. Exhale. Don’t take it personally or associate it with your identity, maybe something better is stored in the future. You can still search for jobs and you can still look for and prepare for the upcoming interviews. While reflecting on your performance you might have realized that you have got some brilliant strength in yourselves, focus on your strength, let them grow and let them take the space in your life. You can achieve wonders if you will focus on your strengths and weakness because this gives you extra time to polish them up. Being aware of your weakness will make you focus on them and don’t let them get into your way also. You have to use your weakness as your strength in any job interview.

 

Preparing for the interview prior to its date and working on your communication skills will help you to achieve more in it. Rejections are not happening because you are not worth it, rejections take place with you are not suitable for those specific roles and responsibilities, so look for the job searchers where you are tailor-made for the roles and responsibilities the company is offering for.

 

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