Nov 262012
 

Ever notice that when you are waiting for an interview, your hands may get cold? If not, the interviewer might

Whether it is a result of nerves or just the fact it is cold outside or in the location you are interviewing, your hands might get cold. Best to not have cold hands when you shake the hand of the interviewer. While you wait to meet him or her take a couple of minutes to warm up your right hand. Easy enough to do, just cross your legs and put your right hand in between them to get the temperature up.

One of the little things people don’t think about that can make you memorable in the wrong way in an interview. Remember part of the description of a handshake is warmth…a cold, clammy hand is not in your best interests.