Do you know the one trait that a skilled recruiter looks for in a candidate (consciously or unconsciously) during the job interview?

It’s the most fundamental thing that no one talks about.

It’s something even babies (yes, infants!) possess, and it can make all the difference in landing a new job.

Some candidates just donโ€™t want to hear this. Some are acting like a baby who is covering their ears and singing la la la.

You can’t convince everyone; some people are just stuck in their ways.

But all eyes are on you now. Do you know what it is?

It’s the number one thing you should prioritize to make a strong impression.

If an impending job interview had you tossing and turning in bed the night before, I get it. Most of us have been there.

Even more reason to share with you the simple game-winning move a lot of candidates forget but could be the dealmaker.

Exactly, who would say no to the number one trait that gives you that extra edge, I hear you say?

Itโ€™s called the power of winning smiles. Please read this phrase again.

Not only does it make you appear more competent, trustworthy, sincere, and likable (as proven by a study), but it also releases endorphins, boosts self-confidence, and can increase productivity by up to 12%.

Quite frankly, who wants to hire an unhappy person?

You can tell a hiring manager whatever you want in an interview, but your words lack credibility if you don’t radiate positive energy.

A smile can be the ice-breaker, so let it be the game-changer that sets you apart from the other candidates.

Remember, a smile is a universal language that requires no translation and speaks volumes about a person’s approach to work and life.

So put on that dazzling smile and leave a lasting impression at your next interview! ๐Ÿ’ช