far ahead in my career the take is probably the opposite - too tactical and lacking in strategic thinking!" says Paul Falcone, author of 96 Great Interview Questions to Ask Before. Remember: Your goal should be to show that you're not only ambitious, but also loyal. How do you answer questions about your 10-year-plan? This new campaign from European telecom giant Orange and agency Publicis Conseil aims to address your curiosity with its #FutureSelf campaign. To celebrate the brands 20th anniversary, Publicis enlisted digital shop Jam3 to build an online experience that gives you a glimpse of what your future self might look and be like. Then, be specific and break your plan into chunks. Explain how many years you'd like to spending learning about the company, mastering X skills, gaining Y responsibilities and (hopefully) moving up to Z position within the organization. Ditto for saying, "I'd like your job" or "I want to be CEO of the company." This will make you come off as entitled and a poor team player.
Will I have giant old man ears? (MoneyWatch) This old-school job interview question still pops up from time to time, and can trip up even the most confident job interviewer. But if it seems insincere to say you would spend 10 years at an organization, be super specific regarding the first 5 years and broader when discussing the 5 after that. We knew it was a crazy idea with a whole new level of difficulty, but we love to innovate and see how far we can push technology, says Belina. To achieve a realistic look, we modeled a true-to-human face, head and shoulders that would work in WebGL, used a facial motion capture software (that is generally only used by video game studios) to record the life like responses, scanned and analyzed someones face over. And never admit to not considering your future at all, even if you don't have a solid long-term plan.
Have all my loans paid off for my vehicles. Where do you see yourself in next 20 -30 years from now? Do you believe that you will be there?