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As the founder of Everyday Interview Tips, I believe that if you really want the job you’re after, you can get it. It’s the reason why this site exists to help you ace your job interviews. It all boils down to the value you can demonstrate that you bring to an organization, and the effort you put in your job interview preparation. The more you prepare, the more you stand out among the other candidates.
I grew up in Silicon Valley, California – spent my teen years in Mountain View and went to Los Altos High School. I graduated from the University of California, Davis with a degree in Comparative Literature. I’ve been working full time for over 2 decades and have had my share of job interviews, so I try to share my tips, tricks and learning about job interviews on Everyday Interview Tips. I do want you to get the job you’re after, and I believe that you have the power to change your reality and your future.
You’ve done the hard work on your CV and Cover Letter to land a job interview. So here you are; your next step is to come to the job interview prepared to increase your chances of getting an offer. Simply, preparation does get you hired.
My famous line: trust me
I’ve been with Everyday Interview Tips since its inception in 2010, focusing on interview questions and answers, and some of the more delicate components of interview strategy. I am also the owner of Great Leap Studios, a content writing and online marketing company for small to medium size businesses.
I have always had a passion for subtle human behaviors, which is what attracted me to writing about job interviews.
I graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in psychology, and try to integrate that experience with all of the interview tips I’ve shared on Everyday Interview Tips.