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Having a good resume is always a great start towards getting hired, BUT remember unless the interviewer likes YOU it doesn’t matter what your resume says. It is only paper. Your resume gets you through the doors but ultimately your interaction during the interview will determine if you get the job or not. Self promotion is key, be confident not cocky.
Even a gifted sales person who can effortlessly sell anything can also struggle with self promotion. Some struggle with self-promotion because for some reason or another they can’t objectively see the skills and value they bring to the table. First you need to identify your strengths and weaknesses so you know what aspects of yourself you need to talk about as well as stay away from, then and only then can you promote yourself accurately, confidently and professionally without coming across as arrogant.
“Self promotion is key, be confident not cocky.”
You must depersonalize the process, in other words remove your emotions when doing self promotion for the best results. No one likes arrogant people. Think of yourself as the product/investment. Present yourself as such by making it about what you can do and how you can benefit the company.
What distinguishes you from the rest? Are you an IT professional with a bubbly personality? Being both analytical and sociable is a strong feature to have about yourself. Think about your unique qualities and “sell” yourself on those. Share those insights and connect with the interviewers on how you are going to add value not only to the company but the work experience as a whole.
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