“Confidence impacts both whether or not you’re going to get an offer, and your initial salary, if you get an offer” - Aggie Pulfer
Aggie Pulfer (@YourCoach_ie) is an experienced career, life, and business coach with over 500 coaching hours in both individual and group settings. She holds a Master’s Degree in Personal & Management Coaching which she completed at University College Cork. In addition to coaching, she also makes various speaking appearances to touch on everything from personal branding to job seeking techniques and strategies.
Justin and Aggie not only give practical advice on how to prepare a job interview, and what to prepare for, they also get into the psyche that goes into the job searching process, and what separates the haves from the have nots.
You can learn more about Aggie, or contact her on her website - Their Kickstarter campaign, which is discussed in their interview is linked below.
- A little bit about Aggie [00:39]
- How Aggie approaches people [1:44]
- The interview master deck [3:03]
- Why Aggie decided to start when she did [4:15]
- Practicing for coaching sessions [7:22]
- Coaching a wide array of clients [8:15]
- Kickstarter campaign [9:44]
- The one response to feedback [10:35]
- Kickstarter campaign [13:44]
- The 3,2,1 method [14:42]
- Preparing for your job interview [16:38]
- Where most students trip up [20:12]
- Being bashful about practicing
- The impact that confidence has on a job interview [22:20]
- Out Of Context [25:58]