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You landed your dream job at an up-and-coming startup. Time to pop that champagne, call your mom, and let the world know (read: brag) on Facebook.
After you wake up from your celebratory hangover, it’s time to get down to business and prepare to crush it in your new role. Working at a startup is very different from a regular office job — but keep a few guiding principles in mind, and you’ll not only succeed, but excel in your new environment.
So you landed an interview with your dream startup. Not only have visions of this position been dancing in your head for weeks—nay, months! —but this company is actually interested. Nervous? Don’t be. Just be prepared.
Interviewing at a startup may not be as formal as donning your best suit for the Big Scary Law Firm, but this encounter won’t be like a relaxing chat with your best friend either. Before you walk through those unconventional doors into a loft, apartment, or co-working space, check out these tips to stay grounded, sound sharp, and put your best, most authentic foot forward.