Friday, September 18, 2009

What's wrong?

I attended my second interview session. This time, I mentioned to the interviewers that I'm interested in their offer.
However, today I called my potential boss. He told me that I looked hesitant.
Yesterday evening, I was thinking too much. I was watching TV with my family, but not really watching. "I don't know why you looked hesitant" kept on playing and playing in my head.
I didn't want to look that way. Perhaps it's because, as the interviewer listed my tasks, I was wondering, not smiling and nodding. yeah maybe. At the time of the interview, I was projecting too far in the future, seeing myself years ahead. They though I was hesitant.

It's my fault.


  1. Hello wassim,

    I don't think that it's really your fault.
    You may loose this opportunity, but if that happens you will have other ones in the future (and please don't tell me that it will not happen and...).

    As you said you'r still young:) so don't worry and just consider what happened as an experience.
    I know that the problem was that they misunderstood you, so in your next interview :
    Take your decision, BE self-confident then SHOW YOUR SELF-CONFIDENCE and LET THEM KNOW the decision you made.

    But more important than all of this :
    Be optimistic :)) look on the bright side. who knows, maybe you will be more competent in another field.
    For your future, don't worry about it too much. Just take your time to make your decisions and I'm sure that God will help you to make the right ones.

    I hope you understood me (especially my english) :) and life is always beautiful:))

    Good luck

    ps : I'm not Anonymous(Janet) (with all my respect to her)

  2. Hi {put your name here},
    First, thank you for your kind support. I often feel responsible in what happens to me. I always say " I need to get better, more skilled, more influential...". That's why when I feel that I screw up something, I replay the scene and analyze it.
    You're right, I'm young, haha. I want to make the least errors possible in my career. But, I think I'll let it go sometimes.
    And don't worry, your english is pretty good.