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So, I signed up to be a relationship counsellor on a website to offer my time as a listener while I stay abreast with the evolution of love stories in today’s generation.The stories aren’t fundamentally different, but why don’t we ever learn from each other, previous generation, etc?In 2003, I watched Hitch and remember coming out feeling like one could achieve anything with solid preparation.No, I had not felt the same way after winning prizes or doing well in tests.I found them too cookie cutter and not testing for one’s inherent traits, instead for one’s ability to acquire certain new traits through rigorous preparation.I constantly felt like I was not being myself, somehow cheating the prospective employer to believe that I’m someone I am not.After a few good interviews and constructive feedback from interviewers, I started to see the value of practice in honing shortcomings and being better prepared for bouncers.Now, if we are convinced that preparation can get us whatever we want, why is it not important in getting us people we desire?
Quite naturally, I started exploring the possibility of me having been not pretty enough or interesting enough for him and also wondered if he was just one big player (read jerk) and so on!
A lot of friends who had been successful in this process, tried to convince me that it was preparation and not manipulation.
In retrospect, it seems fair because companies want to see how quickly you can adapt to the requirements at work and the only way to do this is by making everyone go through the same grind to see who can be sieved out.
Conversely, books with low averages may contain articles with outdated assessments, or articles which may never grow beyond a certain limit simply because there is not a lot to say about them.
While I was in the middle of recruiting season last year, I found preparation for certain structured interviews extremely stifling.
I have found it harder to convince people that preparation is not the same as manipulation when you are trying to make the best impression with someone you desire. I think the fundamental difference in the two scenarios of interviews and dates is that when we “manipulate” an organisation, it seems harmless since there’s no face, feelings or apparent damage that we seem to do to another individual and the organisation is just too big to care about our actions.