You might have the instinct to avoid eye contact with the interviewer, especially if you feel like you are decieving them, but that is the last thing you want to do. It shows that you don’t have confidence. You don’t want to stare at them the whole time either. Try to look at the interviewer in the eyes about 60-70% of the time and try not to look down at the floor the entire rest of the time.
Don’t forget to smile sometimes during your interview. You don’t want to look like a crazy person, but you want to put your interviewer at ease and let them know that you are a nice person who will be fun to be around.
Don’t forget your posture and stand and sit up straight. If you aren’t confident in your abilities, it is easy to subconsciously begin to slouch in your seat so make a conscious effort to keep your back straight to convey confidence.
Anando Milk Kid
This ad for Anando Milk in Mumbai, India shows just how strong kids might be if they drink more milk. Strong enough to move part of the building the ad is on!
Nike Run Through the Wall
Nike’s “Run through the wall” ad covered not just one, but two buildings. The cracked outline makes it appear as if the runner ran right through the wall of the first building. The second building has the picture of the actual runner, complete with Nike logo. Clever!
Spooks has been often called the British 24, only Spooks has you even more on the edge of your seat if you can imagine that! The show follows a group of MI-5 officers over 10 seasons, and in fact, the show is simply called MI-5 in the US and many other countries.
If you loved the Monty Python movies, you have to watch Fawlty Towers. Never mind the fact that it aired in the 70s, this is just good quality comedic TV! You won’t be able to stop laughing as you watch John Cleese play a man who, along with his wife, tries to run a problematic hotel and deal with it’s eccentric guests.
Muffins might seem like the perfect, on-the-go healthy snack. But many muffins are simply cupcakes by another name. Even a bran muffin — which has traditionally been seen as a health food — can sometimes contain more calories and sugar than a donut. It doesn’t help that many are jumbo sized and contain way too much sodium. Read the label to be sure!
Foods Labelled Zero Trans Fats
Be cautious of foods labelled “zero trans fats.” These foods are still allowed to have up to 0.5 grams of trans fats per serving. Which can quickly add up if you end up eating more than one serving size at a time — and that’s easily done! Get used to reading labels and looking for clues to hidden trans fats — like the words “partially hydrogenated.” And be aware that even if a food truly is trans fat free, it could still be high in saturated fats, which are also unhealthy — again, read the label!