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How to sell yourself right during interview

During an Interviews is the perfect time to sell yourself right to secure that salon job. This is significant particularly when candidates face the famous question of ‘explain yourself’. During such instances, the sell yourself right  pitch help candidates gain confidence in introducing yourself to the business’s representatives.  To ensure you don’t miss that big opportunity, here are some tips on preparing your sell yourself right pitch.

Tip 1 

Noting down points on a paper strip:

Write down on a piece of paper the relevant information you want to relay  include all relevant facts. Avoid Unnecessary info, and focus must be on presenting oneself professionally and effectively in a concisely for those that have very little time.

Tip 2


The pitch prepared should simply mention who you are, what you do and what you’re looking for. 

Tip 3

Use a Professional Tone:

When talking about yourself – with selling yourself right being your intention – , bragging could sometimes prove a negative act  and have an adverse effect on the listener.  Furthermore hesitation or lengthy talking  (waffling) should also be avoided as such moves could spoil the pitch’s purpose.  You should be Listener Friendly: The listener to your “elevator pitch” should be impressed.  Therefore, the sell yourself right elevator pitch should convince the salon owner you’ll be a massive asset to their business.

To quote Saint Basil

First and foremost, the monk should own nothing in this world, but he should have as his possessions solitude of the body, modesty of bearing, a modulated tone of voice, and a well-ordered manner of speech. He should be without anxiety as to his food and drink, and should eat in silence

Tip 4

Speaking Too Fast:

For although being time conscious is important, its strongly advised you avoid trying to cram too much information into too shorter sentences to get all your information out.  Here speaking coherently in full sentences is a wise thing.  Being Robotic: Also, know that frowning and using monotone are not part of being professional. A smile and being sincere are welcome additions always.  Do the above correctly and this all displays your abilities to communicate and interact with – the most and all import – clients.  The salon job could be yours!

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