Hiring managers don't just want to know what you did in previous jobs. They are also looking very closely at how you did it. Hiring managers are very interested in knowing who you are as a person—your work ethic, your attitude, your work style, your people skills, and whether
or not you will fit into the workplace culture and be a big asset to it.
That is a key question to ask yourself. Do you express your positive attitude, enthusiasm, excitement, and stellar work habits? How will hiring managers describe you, as a person, after you leave? By far, the most effective way to express positivity, enthusiasm, and excellence is having
it in you to express—it has to be real to have a significant impact. And that only happens when truly feel connected to the company and its mission. (What companies are on your interview bucket list?) If that's what hiring managers want to see in you, then it should go
without saying that they also expect it from you on the job.