I would like to have your opinion about this:
Last week I got a 'job offer' from an agency that intermediates between me and an employer. The job is this: a Senior Communications Manager for a company that creates new businesses that combine new technologies with new products, to open up new markets.
I know I have the experience and knowledge for this, but in these job interviews I can not really 'sell' myself in the best way. I am sometimes too passive and with this attitude they don't think I am enthusiastic enough.
So I was disappointed a lot these past few months.
On the other side, I have made a decision a while ago, that I wanted to build up my business again (in PR and communications) and get new clients in the region. That's what I am working on but I don't have 100 clients yet. (But I will soon!!!)
Now, I don't know what to do.
Go for the job interview and prepare myself (HOW???) or just say 'no, this is not for me'.
I feel confused as I don't have the 'right' to say this is not for me because I don't have an income right now.
But should I let myself get disappointed again because of a job I probably won't get?
Why would I like the job anyway?
Why would I be enthusiastic about it?
What are my REAL reasons to go to the job interview? Is it only money? Or a 'steady' environment?
(Yes, it probably is...)
I would like to have your opinions about what to do and what did you do in a similar situation...! Thanks a lot to you all!
Success and love,