Interviews can be very stressful, so the more prepared we are, the better. One way to prepare ourselves is to brainstorm ideas about questions we may get asked, so we’ll be ready when the time comes. But how do we know how to answer them? More than often, we get asked at least one question in an interview that seems to have little or nothing to do with the job. Believe it or not, there is a reason for every question they ask. Here are some tips to help you decode interview language and find out what they really want to know.
Wine has a long past, and specific bottles of wine can have their own story too. These two aspects add significantly to wine's fascination, but wine's place in our cultural history is the larger and grander theme. Wine was one of the first things that Man created, and it has held a special place in many cultures.
In many organizations, there is a culture in which people brag about how many hours they work. Working so hard that you can barely keep your head above water is a badge of honor in those cultures. “How have you been?” is often followed with a confident and proud “Busy! I haven’t had a minute to catch my breath …” As women climb the ladders of success, this pressure to always work can get out of control. Many women also feel pressed to outdo their male counterparts, just to be competitive with them, making the problem even worse.