Ramit Sethi has called this the “Briefcase Technique,”saying that the best job applicants wait for a moment right after the pleasantries have ended and the basic information about the position has been explained. It is here, after they have answered just enough questions to establish comfort and trust, that they reveal how much research they have done prior to showing up, by explaining all the things they’ve learned about the business, how they intend to improve it and exactly why they’re the right person for the job. This move, done politely but confidently, immediately separates them from all the other potential hires.
Michael Wade is Plodding Along
Some Summer Reading Lists – you will never run out of things to read.
1/ Deliberate practice is widely considered to be the recipe for success, but there are some crucial caveats to understand about it.
Improve Your Privacy in the Age of Mass Surveillance – a good reminder to review some of your tools and settings.
1. Should you write a book? You will always have something better to do, and thus IQ and conscientiousness are not necessarily your friends in this endeavor. And you are used to having them as your friends in so much of what you do.
7 more points are over at Marginal Revolution