5. Imagine that the person you need to impress is a good friend. - Deepstash

5. Imagine that the person you need to impress is a good friend.

If you have a job interview or have to take an important test, pretend that the interviewer or proctor is a close friend. You'll feel calmer and will be able to answer questions easier.


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