Don't break eye contact and if they look away tell them that you win and you get the job. Walk out after 'winning'.
Learn a lot about the business before the interview. Ask good questions. Act like you are interviewing them to make sure they are good enough for you.
I play music and authenticate vintage cars, motorcycles, and guitar gear. So my only ethos is to show up and not suck. Cheers!
Keep eye contact! Sit up straight, don't slouch and smile often. Good luck. :)
Do a little research for the company you're applying first, it will be appreciated and it will show professionalism. Ask questions about the work and company profile or anything that you don't know/understand, pay attention, smile genuinely and give firm handshakes.<br />
Apply only for the jobs that you really want...
Take a gun and threaten to blow the guys head off if he doesn't give you the job.<br />
Well okay that might not work long term. Try this instead.<br />
Keep your answers short and on topic. They don't give a **** what kind of dog you have, just your experience, your ability to learn, and your ability to show up, every singly day ready to work and make the company money.<br />
Keep that in mind. You have to earn more money for the company than they pay you. Might not seem fair at first, but if you look at it from their point of view, they want to make money as much as you do. If you cost more than you earn you're not worth keeping.
Don't lie. An interviewer can usually smell bullshit. You're more likely to get the job if you're less qualified but more honest than the other person.
i look to see if they will pick up on me thinking how dumb they are
oh yeah and stare at their boobs if they are big