(stupid YouTube screenshot – it looks like I’m doing some bad dance moves) http://learn.SPOTO.com/ – Use this strategy to prepare for interview questions and get your interviewers engaged with your answers! Prepare in the Project Management Career Course. I recommend that you take the list of common interview question and write a story from your past that addresses them. This is a great way to prepare for interviews and also helps you remember all the great things that you have done. These questions and answers should be updated in the form stories. These questions and answers should be reviewed before you interview to ensure that they are fresh in your mind. Technical or not? This is one of the biggest problems I have encountered as a hiring manager. It’s difficult to tell if the candidate has actually experienced it or if they are simply making up things during the conversation. This is why I started asking all relevant questions in the form “Tell me about…” – I know that many people are not good at interviewing and this helped me to get to know them better. It was frustrating when I asked questions in this way and the candidate would still give vague “I think it would …”” answers. – Click here to tweet this quote. Even though your experience may not be exactly what the question requires, I’m sure you can give me a good example. It’s okay to tell the interviewer that you don’t have any experience with this particular scenario. However, they can give you a similar one. Sometimes, you will have to add the “I think …”” answer. Get it Done. Even if you don’t want to buy my career coaching right now (which you should), you can still get started. This video and this post will help you get the job that is right for you. Let’s talk about this topic further by leaving a comment or following up question.