I didn't get the job :(
They said they thought the wing chun presentation was very interesting and they could tell I was passionate about it but I was 'telling' them rather than convincing them.
Also the role involves some sales and they thought I wasn't strong enough in that regards.
Well thanks for everyone's help. The goal was to make them interested in something. My plan was to give information about wing chun and then how it's benefitted me.
Here was the structure of my presentation in bullet points
1. A few years ago my metabolism started slowing down and I was...
Thanks for everybodys insights.
I'm actually a bit nervous about this interview and talking for 5 mins. That's why I thought of doing those moves and talking in-between.
mook jong man: it's an animal charity organization. I get what you mean about it becoming an in-joke though.
steve: what I...
I have a job interview coming up where for 5 minutes I have to talk/demonstrate something I am passionate about.
My wing chun is not brilliant but I wanted to talk about it. Could someone give me tips?
I was going to talk about:
- Some types of punches/kicks and why they're effective for close...
He's not that much more senior than me but he's been training a while longer. It might be that he was nervous because he did it in front of the class.
I'll have to ask my sifu. It might be the case though because he's said a few times that it should develop our forearms.
Okay got it! The reason I asked is because I've seen a classmate (someone who generally knows his stuff) doing the form and when drawing back the wu sao, his arm was shaking slightly and I think I saw his lat muscles contracting. I guess I should have done the social thing and asked my Sifu.