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How to Use Feng Shui to Get a Job

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If you got hit by the economic crisis and remain unemployed then knowing how to use Feng Shui to get a job can be extremely beneficial. Give yourself an advantage on your next job interview by making full use of some of the secrets of Feng Shui.

To start with, we all know at first people judge us by what we wear, only then comes the intellect. It's important to make a really good first impression because it sets of the atmosphere for the rest of the interview. Even if you are absolute professor at the position you are applying for, if you come up looking dull and depressive, then most likely you won't get the job. You must fully realize that the clothes you wear and more specifically their colors do have an immediate impact on how people perceive you. The colors you wear can make or break your joKnow b interview so you got to make sure you are in the most favorable tones on this crucial day. According to Feng Shui, blue and green are regarded as the best choices here, because there are colors that mean potential, growth, stability and possibilities. In any case, do not wear all black or all white (especially) as they symbolize hopelessness and depression.

Aggressive colors like red are also to be avoided as they can subconsciously have your potential future-boss thinking that you will be causing troubles at the workplace.



To continue with our list of tips on how to use Feng Shui to get a job, we have to pay special attention to those nervous minutes while you are waiting at the lobby to be called in for the interview. These are some really intense moments, especially if you are keen on the position. Get there early and try to concentrate and collect your thoughts just by paying attention to your breaths.

It's known for a fact that that in most cases, employers prefer candidates who are straightforward with their thoughts, maintain an outgoing conversation and basically be enthusiastic about the job. In other words, be nice and share your thoughts because the more extraverted you are, the higher the odds of getting the job will be. That's all due to the quite logical fact that employers tend to work with employees who are happy about their work and maintain a positive and outgoing character. Such qualities are associated with people who are action rather than talking oriented and speak for as agreeableness. These are the key components that make up a good team player which is exactly what companies are looking for. They don't go after individuals but after team players who can easily fit in. If you want to be on your own, then start your own business.

How to use Feng Shui to get a job also teaches people they should get well prepared before the interview. Of course you can't do much since you will be new to the company and not familiar with their internal business processes but what you can do is gain some knowledge about respective business organization. Look it up online and research what they do, check out some news regarding the company that can speak for its current state. See who are the competitors in the sector and try to almost seamlessly plug that knowledge into the job interview as that will show that you got initiative and natural interest about this whole type of work.



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