The “How to Destroy Your, Career In, 4 Months” series features interviews with the most notable people who are redefining the way people do their job, and in the process are creating a lot of buzz.
The first episode of this new show, which premieres Tuesday, is titled “How Do I Do This?”
And as we’ve seen in the past, the series has a lot to offer.
We caught up with author and business consultant Kevin Kelly to find out what he thought of the interview format and the overall message.
Here are some of our favorite highlights from the episode:On the job-killing nature of the job interview:Kevin Kelly: I think the job is a bit of a job.
I think it’s more of a process.
I believe that people are born into a job, they’re not born into any specific profession.
But if you’re born into something, you need to learn how to do it.
The way you get the most out of it is to work really hard at it.
On the job market, you’re always going to be competing with other people.
The more people who want to do something, the more work you’ll need to do to do that.
On the importance of communication and interpersonal skills:You have to be able to communicate with people in order to make a connection, to get a conversation going.
Communication is the most important thing in a job interview.
It’s the only way that you’re going to make it work.
You have to know how to speak to people, how to make them feel comfortable.
I’m not saying that you should be a complete jerk, but you have to have a willingness to listen to other people, and you have have to take the time to understand what their concerns are.
On how to create a career in 4 months: It’s pretty easy.
You just have to start from scratch.
And you have a goal to reach, you have the tools, you’ve got the knowledge, and it’s not too hard.
On how to avoid the trap of hiring a “good” candidate:It’s all about making sure that you have everything in place.
The people who you hire, they’ll be your best employees.
And if you hire them, you’ll find that you will be making a great hire.
But you’ll also find that the people who hire you are not necessarily going to know your product or your value proposition.
You might hire someone who you can’t trust because they might not like the way you work.
On working from home:It may sound obvious, but it’s true.
When you’re working from the couch, you can have a lot more flexibility.
You can spend less time at the office, you don’t have to go home and work all the time, you know?
It’s all really liberating.
You’re in a different space.
You feel more connected to the people around you.
You can be in the moment with your family and be on your phone.
It gives you a lot less pressure to do a big interview.
On hiring a good candidate for a particular role: It all depends on your product.
If you’re a company that’s hiring for a certain role, you might be better off hiring someone who has the experience that you want, because they’re going be more likely to be the right fit for that role.
But in the long run, the biggest difference is that the candidate has to have that passion and drive.
And I think that passion is the thing that you can really identify with.
On hiring for specific roles: There are some roles that are really great for a lot, and a lot are really hard.
But there are a lot that are great for the kind of person who has that kind of drive.
The one thing that makes it tough is that you just don’t know if they have the right temperament.
They might be really driven and driven and have this kind of work ethic.
But it’s very hard to find somebody who will be able and willing to do the kind to that level.
On being a leader:You can have this one person who’s going to say, “Yeah, let’s work together on this project.”
But it all depends how you make the project happen.
And the more you have that collaborative relationship, the better off you’ll be.
You’ll be able work with the other people on the team.
You won’t have this problem of trying to figure out how to put it all together, but they’re all there, and they’re just as excited as you are.
You get the best out of them.
On being a good manager:Being a great manager is something that is very hard.
I’ve never really thought about being a great one.
But being a really good one, it’s hard.
The work that you do is hard, and the people you work with are hard.
And as long as you’re on top of that, then you’re in good shape.On