By | Alyse Kalish | www.themuse.com
You’ve studied every possible interview question there is out there. You’ve researched the company backwards and forwards. You’ve been awaiting and preparing for this moment for what feels like years, and now it’s practically here.
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Except, you’re an anxious wreck. Maybe it’s a few hours away, maybe it’s only minutes, but regardless, you want to do something to get yourself back in cool and collected mode before it happens.
Good thing you’re reading this, because we have 12 things you can try right now to calm all those interview nerves—one of them is bound to work.
1. Go for a Walk
Fresh air does everyone a load of good. If you have a phone interview, take yourself for a stroll around the block (or, if you’re feeling ambitious, a run to release all those healthy endorphins). If it’s in person, take five minutes before you enter the building to walk around and clear your head.