They're looking for satisfaction in the boardroom, not the bedroom.
No spoilers! You'll just have to watch the film to see what happens next for Mikey.
An impressive skill, for sure — except it's most likely one that the hiring manager wouldn't approve of.
You're a pro at pushing out perfect Os, but we would suggest keeping this one on the down-low until at least the office Christmas party.
Hiring managers love buzz words like "efficiency" and "initiative", but this is definitely one step too far. They want teamwork and a fun sense of competitiveness between employees, not verbal spats at a drive-thru donut shop.
Real talk: This is a very important skill to have! Satisfaction in the bedroom (or wherever you like to do the deed) is important on both sides — but your potential employer is looking for a different type of satisfaction in the boardroom. One that involves pie charts, graphs and meeting your KPIs.
Honestly, this could be a skill that you finesse during your job interview — just don't tell them how good you are at doing it! What's that old saying again? Oh yeah, fake it until you make it.
You could try using this skill during the interview to charm the hiring manager, but it's more likely than not to create a suuuuper awkward moment between the two of you. Best save this one for the club, Romeo, where it'll be received more favourably.
Everyone loves a good kisser — but there's a time and a place for whipping this skill out.
While you may make the hiring manager envious that you possess such a skill, it most likely won't be the one that gets you to the next round of interviews. Unless, you're casting to be a model, actor or influencer — then pose all you want, baby.
Let's focus on the second half of this skill, which is what the hiring manager would be interested in. You've got good vibes and energy, so that means you would be a perfect fit for the company's culture and values. See? It's all about finessing your street-smart skills and translating them for the job interview space.