How to Lighten the Mood at a Job Interview

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Lightening the mood at a job interview might not be such a bad idea under the correct circumstances. Lighten the mood at a job interview with help from a public relations and human resources specialist in this free video clip.

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Hello, I'm Darryle Brown from Brownconsulting.org, and today we will discuss how you can lighten the mood at a job interview. Here are some tips to help you to lighten the mood in a job interview setting. Tip number one, relax because if you are tense in an interview setting, it makes the entire atmosphere tense as well. It is important for you even before you enter into the interview setting to be as relaxed as possible. Try making sure that you're there on time or early so you can concentrate on the thoughts and the things you want to say before you begin the interview. The second way to lighten the mood is to tell a personal story, preferably something humorous, something to help lighten the mood as well that the people within the interview setting will consider appropriate for that particular setting. Number three, it's important to have a sense of humor. If you are tense, it makes it impossible for you to really be able to deliver or relate or connect with the interviewers in the midst of the interview setting. So keep in mind it's important to relax, tell a personal story that can connect with your interviewers and have a sense of humor so that you are able to win them over and lighten the mood in an interview setting. I'm Darryle Brown from Brownconsulting.org, and this is how you can lighten the mood at a job interview. Thank you very much for watching.

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