The more clothes you have, the more clothes pileup. The more clothes you have pileup, the less you want to do laundry. This is a never ending cycle. The less laundry you do, the less clean clothes you have and the larger the pile of dirty clothes. The larger the pile of dirty clothes, the less you want to do the laundry. Eventually you find yourself with no clean clothes and instead of working through the dirty pile and washing your clothes, you buy more clothes. The more clothes you buy, the more clothes you have to pile up in the laundry room, the less you want to do the laundry, the more you buy more clothes. It’s endless cycle that feeds upon itself, a snow ball effect of dirty clothes.
I started reading 101 Smart Questions to Ask on Your Interview, by Ron Fry. The author states that there are basically only five key questions that most hiring managers want you to answer.
- Can you do the job?
- Will you do the job better than other interviewees?
- Will you take the job if it is offered to you?
- Do you think you will fit in the company culture and team dynamics?
- Will you make me look good for hiring you?
You will not be asked these questions in such wording but it will help if you can make the answer to these clear in the mind of the interviewer.