Jaguar ProTip Series
One of the most common mistakes of candidates I have interviewed is attitude about what they are trying to accomplish. The interviewee is not just "trying to get a job" as much as he/she is needing to communicate to the interviewer the skills and personal attributes they have that will benefit my company/program/job position. And, I am always interested in raw enthusiasm. I'd rather have an energetic, motivated, communicative, attractive human being than a experienced, genius with an ugly attitude about work and life.
Gulf Bend Center