How do you normally start off your job interviews?
A joke? A complement? A simple 'hello how are ya'?
Hello how are you is more suitable. Save the humor when you land the job. No compliments at first, or it looks like your trying to be the bosses new pet. This might not land you the job after all.
A solid, firm handshake. It tells a lot about the person you are. A flimsy handshake is one of the worst things you could possibly have.
Make sure you have the over hand dominance. It shows you don't take "No" for an answer and have a get-it-done attitude.
A good resume can also help...
Maybe a smile.
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