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Six Simple Steps to Stop Rambling in Interviews

candidateplanet profile image lusen / they / them 🏳️‍🌈🥑 ・1 min read

Every interviewer, regardless of what they are supposed to be evaluating, will evaluate how you communicate. I've been to countless hiring decision debriefs where interviewers mentioned a candidate's rambling as a negative.

In this video I give you six ways to stop rambling, which you can immediately use to leave a stronger impression in interviews.

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Personally, I think it depends entirely on the type of rambling (but then, I'm not most hiring managers). If I've got candidates geeking out, I'mma let them get their geek on. It shows me they have passion.