Imagine being asked on an interview, “Tell me about a stupid decision you made 20 years ago and how it is impacting you today?”
Well, if your coffee didn’t wake you up this morning, I’ll bet you reading this question just made your eyes open a bit wider.
This is an actual question companies ask on interviews.
How would you answer?
Would you be a total truth teller? In the spirit of total transparency, would you use the interview as a therapy session and tell them the stupidest thing you ever did and how you still feel the effects of it today? This will most likely have you lose your corporate front with the interviewer and leave them wanting to wrap up the interview saying, “Thanks for coming in...don’t call us, we’ll call you.”
Would you tell them the modified version of your stupidest decision? But because you hadn’t prepared to answer this question, your eyes are shifting all over the place as you tell your really-bad-but-not-so-bad-
Would you just lie? I mean, no one can know about THAT, right? And would you get away with lying or would they be able to tell you are lying ....
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