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Interview. From nearly two weeks before my interview I started panicking. What if I dont get the job? What am I going to say? What if I freeze or mess up?

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Introduction

Interview It was the ultimate job. It was all every bachelor, like me, could ever dream about. I was a 23 year old lawyer. Just starting off my career and hoping to one day make a big name for myself, to work with the best possibly be the best, live a life that was only seen in the movies. This was where it could all start. This job was exactly what I was looking for and unfortunately, what every young advocate starting off his or her career was also looking for. From nearly two weeks before my interview I started panicking. What if I don't get the job? What am I going to say? What if I freeze or mess up? I thought to myself. I would ruin my career if I never managed to get this job! ...read more.

Middle

It was D-day as I called it. Today it was either do or die, this was the day I had been waiting for, for over two weeks. This was the day that would decide my future as a lawyer. To my worst nightmare the day started off possibly as worse as it could have. My trusty alarm clock that I had had for over 4 years had failed me and why, all because of my ill planning and tendency to miss the most obvious facts which will come back to haunt me later on. A few days ago my building landlord had sent out a letter to advice all residents that the power will be cut all morning on the 22nd August. ...read more.

Conclusion

Just then I checked my watch, it was 15 minutes to 8 and my interview was at 8. I ran! I ran as fast as I possibly could which was not very fast taking into account I was wearing a suit. When I finally reached my destination I was a complete mess. My pants were still soggy, my shirt had mud stains and worst of all was the stench coming from me. As I stared into the sky I was devastated. The moment that I had been planning for for over two weeks, the moment that I had slept numerous nights awake had all lead down to this. I was shattered. Without even bothering to go for the interview I walked away, it pained me, every step I took I felt the two weeks of effort pushing on me. ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 ...read more.

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