Try to know who your contact is – a simple thing, try to get the name or names of the persons that will be conducting the interview, when you will start the interview you will have a nicer way to present yourself and greet the interviewers than most applicants do. What do they want to hear from me? It is also important to learn how to answer interview questions in a way that lets the interviewer know that you will bring enthusiasm along with knowledge to the job. Giving a great interview is not as hard as some may think, but not as easy as others do either. You should practice your wording and the tone of voice that you plan to use; Try keeping your responses as brief as possible, but with as much detail as you can. This fear usually hinders you from effectively expressing yourself during interviews and worst, too much fear may cause some applicants to blank out during the interview. Its accomplishments? There is no such thing as over preparing for this, and in fact, if you do this the proper way, you will need to tell yourself at a certain moment that its time to stop preparing. Even in the hotter seasons, you should not wear sandals or gym shoes to an interview.

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Saints wide receiver Brandin Cooks carries a medium risk of 42%, while running back Mark Ingram has a high 61% risk. Yet, veteran Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald carries only a 2% risk of injury despite his many years of service in the NFL. A few years ago, I was asked by the sports editor of the Washington Post to team up with a respected orthopedic surgeon to provide the readers of the Post's Fantasy on line site The League with risk stratifications of NFL players by Thursday of each week during the season. Needless to say, by the time we concluded our season's work, you could have loaded up most major hospital emergency rooms with NFL patients. It was an eye opening experience for me to see the types and extent of NFL injuries, along with the trauma associated with the collisions on each play. One factor that seemed to stand out in my research was that if a player sustained what you might consider a traumatic, non-season ending injury like a hamstring tear at the either the proximal or distal insertion, his career expectancy may be reduced over a player who goes injury free his first year. factor that would surface was the type and extent of therapy, which the injured player received, along with his rehabilitation commitment, which has, from my perspective, much to do with his contract status and the amount, if any, of his guaranteed money. Money can be a strong motivator good or otherwise. The bottom line is that injuries are part of all sports especially in the weekly train wreck in the NFL. Let the buyer beware! Mackie Shilstone, a regular contributor to | The Times-Picayune, has been involved in the wellness sports performance industry for nearly 40 years.

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