Some of the worst mistakes in interviews come from the simplest of questions. If you don't review and get ready for the most commonly used ones, then you only have yourself to blame.
While not the most common interview question, the failure question—should you get it—is rather perplexing. How do you answer this honestly while also not scaring away your potential future employer by bringing up that time you fat-fingered a trade and lost the company a lot of money?It’s a tricky situation to be in. You want to impress, but you’re explicitly being asked to talk about something you failed at. So, what do you do?First things first, stay calm. Take a deep breath and say something like,