Job interviews are nerve-wracking for any job seeker. Even if you spend hours preparing, you can never be certain you won’t be caught off-guard with a tough interview question — and it can be hard to know in advance whether you are a good fit for the company.
You may spend hours combing through a prospective employer’s company website and reading up on job interview advice and tips for job interviews, but it can still be difficult to anticipate job interview questions and answers.
This article focusses on what are the top 5 questions employers ask in a job interview. These questions are universal, they are meant for both freshers as well as experienced people.
5 Most asked questions in a job interview
Question 1). Give a brief introduction about yourself?
This Question is perhaps the most asked question in any interview. This question seems simple, so many people fail to prepare for it, but it’s crucial. The question is meant for the Employer to gauge your basic nature. They would like to know your basic background; education, what your parents do, where all have you worked previously (if any), and whether you have any meaningful hobbies or not. All these answers will tell them about yourself in some part or another.
Question 2). What are your strengths and weaknesses?
This question is meant for the employer to understand whether you might be a good fit for the role that you are applying for. The best course of action here is to read a lot about the position you are applying for and develop an understanding as to what strengths might be important for that role. As for weaknesses, this is a tricky question. Try to answer in a way that your weakness also seems like a strength. For eg: My greatest weakness is that I don’t like getting interrupted when I am seriously into something. Another one of my weaknesses is that I trust people very easily.
Question 3). Why are you interested in the Role?
This question like the previous one is designed by the Employer to check how much you know about the current company and the job role in particular. As a job seeker, the best way to answer this common interview question is to emphasize the merits and exciting aspects of the position itself to convey your enthusiasm, rather than a time to rehash how your background and work experience is a fit. Think of it this way: Even if you’re the perfect fit, that’s what the rest of the interview is to demonstrate. This is the time when you get to demonstrate your enthusiasm about the work you’re about to do. Actually wanting to do a certain job counts for a lot.
Question 4). Why join our company?
This is one of the most common job interview questions. If you’re interviewing for a role that might be relatively ‘standard’ across many other companies, it’s actually a very good question — so it’s a good idea to have a ready answer. It also is a test to see how much you understand about the larger context and employer, itself. Think about the interviewer’s perspective and about the company goals. This is a time to show that you understand the company’s mission, its values or something about its culture. Remember, you want to make the interviewer feel good about where he or she works and make them believe you really want to join them.
Question 5). Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?
This question is again a tricky one. It is meant to gauge your ambition level as well as your future planning and forethought. Remember, if you answer something completely out of the ordinary then there will be more follow up questions. The safest bet is to answer in a moderate light, meaning answer the question so that the interviewer seems content that you will neither leave in a short duration but also that you are not completely lost when it comes to living your life
All in all, my advice is to not rehearse these questions, rather give a genuine and natural response in an interview. This way the employers seem a whole lot serious in you. Another thing to remember is that the answers that you give will cause employers to ask to follow up questions. Be smart and know what words you utter. And finally, always remember to keep smiling. Even if you feel nervous or the employers are acting seriously it is important to keep a calm and smiling face. This will ensure a much more positive interview round.
In the previous article, I had outlined the rising anxieties with regard to the rise of A.I. and automation in various sectors of employment. As discussed earlier, there are various jobs that may get redefined in the wake of the automation revolution. But what are the jobs that will remain safe? Also, what are the new skills you may need to acquire to get you ready for an uncertain future? In this article, I will try to answer your questions.
So What Jobs are Safe?
The types of jobs that are most secure are the ones that require the creative side of the human mind. Genuine creativity is one of the key things that will take A.I. or robots a long time to catch up to, so for now, humans are still the best at that. So, jobs like designing – graphic, interior, fashion – developing a new software or an app, or creating a new business strategy, are a safe bet, as they require unique human ingenuity.
The second area of occupations that will remain safe is those that involve building complex interpersonal relationships with people. For instance, jobs like building relationships in business with a client or another prime example are of nursing, as nurses have to build and maintain close relationships with the patients.
In fact, the Future of Employment report identifies certain jobs that are safe from automation. They are recreational therapists (be it in rehabs or other care centers), or mechanics and plumbers, as these jobs are based on contingencies that a machine may not be able to handle. Other jobs include social workers and occupational therapists.
Then there are jobs in the hospitality industry like waiters/waitresses, chefs/cooks etc. For a better mapping, look at the below figure based on the U.S. Department of Labour which predicted the jobs of which the demand would grow.
Source: Screenshot from a video by Vox on automation. Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOT0GOyw2pY&t=11s
A recent report by E&Y suggests something similar is happening in the case of India, as it suggests that around 35% in the I.T. industry will face an existential threat in the next five years and various job profiles will be redefined to keep up with the changes that are happening. Not only the I.T. industry but various other industries, in the report, are identified that are in the process of redefining current job profiles, signaling a redefinition of the very skill sets that you may require.
Skills and Tips
So, how to counter these rapid changes and equip yourself to face these shifts? Well, the most important advice is to diversify your portfolio. In order to assure not only your survival but also growth in any job industry, you will need to diversify your skill set. For example, if you are a software developer in a company and know only one particular computer language, it would be better for you to learn different languages in order to maximize your contribution to your company.
Diversification can also come in the form of acquiring skills like writing, learning a foreign language, or getting tech savvy (for those who are technologically challenged), as all of these things ensure that you’re not a one trick pony and are also comfortable doing other things too.
Another important skill that you can work on is your emotional and social intelligence, as it can be discerned from most of the studies that jobs in the future rely most on interpersonal relationships. So, if you feel that you’re not comfortable around people or that you get nervous around social situations, then I think its time you hone your social skills in order to prepare yourself for the future ahead.
As even though the anxieties about future are fixated over automation and rise of the A.I., what is getting sidelined is the by-product of these changes, the increase of interpersonal relationships as an industry. Improving such skills will not only improve your chances at work but will also increase your social network.
Now, I can sense you wondering: What if I don’t know what type of person I am? How do I know if I am ready for this uncertain future? Well, don’t worry as I have a solution for all your confusion as we at Brainpundits are here to help you in every step of the way.
There are various psychometric tests that Brainpundits offer in order to help you know yourself better. All these tests will not only help you realize your true potential but also enable you to prepare for the future. So, what are you waiting for? Go to Brainpundits and start exploring yourself!
Till then cheers and be awesome!
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A spectre is looming over the future of employment in the world – the spectre of automation. In a much-cited study by the scholars at Oxford University, aptly titled The Future of Employment, predicted that in the next 20 years around 47% of jobs could be automated, i.e. smart machines would replace humans (2013). Another recent study by McKinsey and Company found that about 30% of tasks in nearly one-third of occupations could get computerised. In fact, famous entrepreneurs like Elon Musk and Bill Gates, while worrying about the future, talked about how it could lead to mass unemployment. Bill Gates went as far as to suggest that a time may come when we’ll have to tax the robots!
Is the Hype Real?
So, is the anxiety real? Or is it just yet another exaggerated prediction about the future of jobs? In the past 60 years, according to one study, only one of the 270 jobs got eliminated due to automation: of the elevator operator. This overreaction towards the advent of new technology is called the ‘Luddite Fallacy’ where actually technology ends up creating new types of jobs.
Some of the major economists have argued that this sort of anxiety has always cropped up whenever there’s been any technological advancement but they all amounted to nothing. Heidi Shierholz, a senior economist at the Economic Policy Institute, while talking on the issue in a video, argues that automation does indeed displace workers but it doesn’t affect the total number of jobs in the economy because of the new opportunities that arise because of changes in technology.
But some argue that with the rise of intricate A.I. and leaps in machine learning, we may be witnessing a different beast altogether. Let me give you an example of Watson, which is a highly sophisticated computer system that is capable of answering questions in natural human language.
If you are thinking what’s that got to do with the future of employment, then think again as IBM’s machine is already creating a revolution in the field of HR as various employers have started using the power of Watson in future recruitments. In fact, in 2011, Watson managed to defeat two humans in the highly famous quiz game Jeopardy which announced to the world the future of machines is already here.
What is also different this time around is the rate of change in technological advancements which is staggering. Just to give a picture of what I am talking about, in 2004 two different studies assessed on the level of computing power, and the first one assessed the teaching computer to drive on the road is something that is unforeseeable (The Divison of Labour, Frank Levy and Richard Murnane, 2004), while the other study argued that human level speech recognition for computers will remain an elusive goal for the next few decades (Reddy, 2004). And then you think of Siri (introduced in 2011) or Google Assistant (2016) or Cortana (2016) or the self-driving cars we have been hearing about for some years now, which makes you realise how we may be just underestimating the speed of these changes. What may seem unimaginable today may be a reality in 5 or even 10 years.
So What Types of Jobs are at Risk?
According to Martin Ford, a futurist argues that due to further advancement in automation, certain types of jobs are at a higher risk, especially jobs which are repetitive and predictable in nature (2015). So, job profiles which follow a set pattern are most likely to be replaced by the machines in the coming decades. Going back to the Oxford study, for example, it found that jobs like telemarketing have a 99% chance of being automated. In the west, the trend has already stared where people are receiving calls from robots! Other jobs that the study predicts that are likely to get automated are the job of a loan officer (98%), a machine going through numbers and data to finalise if a person eligible or not for a loan, or a bank cashier (97%).
Even the legal industry is not immune to automation as the study predicts that the routine tasks of assistants to lawyers have a 94% chance of getting automated. According to a recent report by Deloitte around 100, 000 jobs in the legal sector have a high possibility of being automated in the next two decades. The Oxford study even puts the likelihood that the job of a taxi driver being replaced by a robot at a staggering 89%! And with the industry pushing towards advancements in machine learning and a smarter A.I., the feasibility of technological singularity doesn’t seem to be fiction anymore.
Okay, I know you must be thinking of numerous things like it’s not happening now and you should not be worrying about the robots taking your jobs. But it is happening and automation will change the way a workplace looks like. This also means the nature of employment will change, requiring new and different skills for a new work environment. But what sort of skills? What type of jobs of the future are safe from automation? And more importantly what are tips that you can know about thinking about your future. All of your questions will be answered in the next part of the article, till then cheers and be awesome!
What After 10th? The SOCH Approach
We all go through the moment when we start our 10th class and feel a certain unease. This unease is about the future that is getting nearer as you approach your 10th exams. I remember when I cleared my 10th, I was confused about which stream to choose out of the options available.
Although some of my friends seemed clear about what they wanted to choose as a stream there were some like me who were confused about what is the right stream.
If you feel the same way now, then worry not as through this article, I will try to ease your confusion and help you understand not only the streams available but also what might be the right stream for you with the use of the SOCH approach. But what first what is the SOCH approach all about?
SOCH – Stats-Objects-Concepts-Humans
SOCH is the acronym that we at Brainpundits have come up with about four dominant inclinations that we, as people, may have.
- S-tats (good with data, numbers, facts and figures),
- O-bjects (good with machines, tools, and new technology),
- C-oncepts (good in dealing with abstract concepts and being original)
- H-umans (the more people-oriented person who is comfortable with interacting with people and maintaining interpersonal relations).
While I have for now given a very basic understanding of each dimension so that you can easily understand it but it’s a far more complicated and denser concept with various indicators of each dimension, to bring out the best result. All of us have these dimensions, but out of these foursomes are more dominant than others. Using the SOCH-Approach, I will show you how each stream can be understood under this ingenious approach.
Humanities and Social Sciences
Social Sciences or arts and humanities is a major category of discipline that studies societies and human relationships within these societies.
It includes subjects like Economics, Political Science, Sociology, History, Geography, Psychology, and Linguistics.
It’s a very vast field of knowledge and at their core, if one believes in knowing and understanding other people’s problems in the society than all other things, then this might be a stream for you. If you feel your empathetic to people’s feelings and also comfortable in maintaining interpersonal relationships well then you are a good counselor in waiting, and through this stream, you could become one.
This falls within the Human dimension of the overall SOCH approach. Apart from this, this stream would be ideal if you have a strong combination with Humans with Concepts, a dimension which tells you about your ability to think of original and novel ideas.
This stream requires people who are comfortable dealing with abstract notions and coming up with intuitive reasoning to solve problems.
The types of jobs that this stream has ranged from a career in academics, i.e. in research and teaching to a psychologist or a counselor to research analyst at various research centers in India. The nature of jobs in this stream is dependent upon your specialization in a particular subject.
For example, a specialization in history would open your doors to being a historian or an archaeologist, on the other hand, a specialization in geography would mean a job as a geologist, a remote sensing expert etc.
Another stream that is an option after your 10th is commerce. The core subjects in commerce are Economics, Mathematics, Business Studies, Accountancy, and an additional subject. The stream revolves around the study of business, trade, and finance.
It broadly covers the study of exchange of economic activities within a country. Under the SOCH approach, it would be a good choice for you if you have a strong bent towards the Stats dimension. As this field requires you to be excellent in dealing with data, numbers, stats, figures etc.
If you feel you have a knack paying close attention to details and keeping things organized then this stream may be well suited for you.
This stream is ideal for those who want to join jobs in the field of accounts, finance, and the overall banking sector.
The popular and most lucrative job options in this field are Chartered Accountant (CA), Company Secretary (CS), Actuarial Science, Management etc. Most of these jobs are highly lucrative with very good packages.
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Science – Non-Medical
The overall stream of science is almost all are familiar with. As we grow older we keep hearing about two staple jobs of India – Engineer and Doctor, both of these jobs are the ones that are an option from this stream.
This section is about non-medical which has core subjects of Physics, Chemistry, and Maths (along with English and an additional subject). In this stream, one gets to study about the natural and physical world in detail. In the case of people who opt for PCM, the main jobs revolve around the mass engineering industry.
You should also know that there are various types of engineering – from civil, mechanical, electronics, computers etc. Under the SOCH approach people who have a bent towards Objects and Stats, i.e. who love working with tools, and new technologies, would be better suited for this option within the science stream.
If you love working with machines and seem to have a scientific bent of mind, i.e. following a scientific approach in solving issues then it’s the right stream for you.
The types of jobs within this field largely fall under the engineering industry. If you love computers and working on them then you could go into software engineering.
Or if you love cars then mechanical or automobile engineering is another option. But apart from engineering other options that are available in this stream are of Architecture, Aviation, and of course further research in Theoretical Physics.
Science – Medical
The other option within the science stream is of Biology (the rest of the subjects are same as in non-medical). This stream revolves around, again the study of the natural and physical world but the later job opportunities mainly revolve around the dominant field of Health Services.
Under the SOCH approach, this stream would best suit people who have a strong bent towards Stats and Humans. As people who love working with facts and figures but also care and understand the needs of others.
It is a complex combination of data and empathy. The reason being people who want to solve big medical problems of human life, with the help of science, would need to have an inclination towards paying close attention to minute details and working in a systematic manner.
Furthermore, since human life is at the center of this stream you should also be able to place importance on other people’s feelings and problems ahead of your own.
While the most famous job profile within this stream is, of course, the profession of the Doctor (MBBS, MD). But there are also various other jobs within this stream that you can do for example a Botanist (also called phytologist) who studies plants in detail or a zoologist. There are other job options available in Pharmacology, Biotechnology, Nutritionist, and others.
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By the end, I know you must be thinking that you could have read this on any other site about what options are available. What is different here? Well, the SOCH approach, which is a recurring theme, is the different thing here.
Through the paradigm of SOCH you can know about yourself better and after giving a simple Stream Selection test at our Brainpundits page, you will find out about your personality and also know which stream would be ideally suited for you.
We have a well-designed test that you can take in order to know which side tilt towards. So, what are you waiting for? Go to Brainpundits and start exploring yourself! Till then, cheers and be awesome!
Did you apply “marks” as a criterion for choosing your career and feel that you have made a big mistake and are greatly depressed! Now:
You are generally not satisfied with what you are studying, you try your level best but the teacher’s words make no sense.
- The assignments do not interest you and force yourself to write but you are bored stiff.
- Very little things upset you. Your moods change erratically and you are no longer fun to be around with. You have nothing much to contribute to conversations about your course, not even to gossip.
You may have realized that selected subjects are not your territory and if nothing is making sense, you must reconsider your choice of course. This post tries to help those ‘unsure ‘ students while there is still time! To help them evaluate most appropriate stream & subject and means to do so under CBSE Board (Central Board of Secondary Education)
Are you unhappy with the subjects that you selected last month for your new 9th or 11th classes? Don’t worry, you are not alone to have such self-doubt. Hundreds of students have the same emotions as the first month of their new classes.
Lately, your life had become a roller coaster ride from the anticipation of date sheet to the hard work and stress of Board Exam. It was a wretch that Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) grading system for class 10 students was scrapped by CBSE and your batch had to face Board exam after a gap of 7 years. Then there was the expectation of good result!
After the result, you were thrown headlong into the selection of school and stream! Will it be Science, Commerce or Humanities? At this junctures, there are so many things to consider and a number of decisions to be taken. The entire extended family and friends jumped in with their own opinions and experiences as if it was their own life that was at stake.
In the jamboree, everybody forgot to assess your interest in the subjects. Probably this the reflection of the way careers were decided in the recent past or even today. The students who are high scorers are sure to take Science (PCM or PCB), while the mediocre students are likely to gravitate towards Commerce and the leftover seats went to the remaining students who were expected to settle for Social Sciences, Diploma or ITI. The bias is running still deeper, that the Vocational stream is perceived to be suitable for so-called lower strata.
How wrong this viewpoint is! This attitude is ruining the lives of millions of students like you, who are like square pegs in round holes. This fixation of marks as principal criteria for choosing a career in 9th or 11th is now antiqued and is required to be trashed. Nobody even cares if the course was right for you, as long as it was high on the job market.
After taking that unwanted subject, when students start studying that topics in class 9th and 11th it is very difficult for them to handle those subjects. Sometimes anger, frustration, depression may surround them and those unlucky students find themselves in very difficult emotions. You also begin to visualize yourself in the same situation, which further aggravates your raw emotions. In olden days you probably would have silently borne the mismatch and continued to suffer throughout your life due to a career path mismatch based on the wrong selection of subjects.
Today things are different and many options are available to discover where your vocation or passion in life actually lies. This will cost you only one and a half hour. This one and a half hour will the most important hour of your life. One & half hour of self-discovery will assess you on your IQ, passion, aptitude, personality and much more.
The assessment of most appropriate stream/ subject through online tests can be accessed at www.brainpundits .com
After the assessment of most appropriate stream/ subject through the online test you can now be reassured if your selected stream is suitable for you or some remedial or corrective steps are required. Do confide in your father, mother or some mentor. Then the official process to change subjects can be discussed with the school and initiated. The procedure is applicable for the students of CBSE board which is more about changing the subject (example – from Maths to Biology) and less about changing streams (example – from Social Sciences to Science).
CBSE PROCEDURE FOR MIDSTREAM CHANGE IN SUBJECT:
- A class 11th student may be allowed a change in subject midsession by the School but decision should be made before the 31st of October 2018.
- Change in the subject cannot be made after passing class 11t.
- A subject can be taken in class 10th or 12th only if studied and passed in class 9th and 11th respectively.
- Chairman under special circumstances can allow but before 30th September of the year.
In easy words, the change is easily possible before registration. Now, what is Registration?
CBSE has a system of registration of students admitted in the schools for 12th boards. The registration is usually done in class 11th. Since last Academic Session, it is mandatory to enroll all students on the Board’s portal through online registration. It is the responsibility of the school to register students on the portal which can be an individual entry for less number of students and uploading on board’s excel sheet for bulk registrations.
Your minimum age must conform to age as prescribed by the state/ UT. In sync with the latest identification trend in India, your Adhaar is a must. Your parent’s self-declared income is acceptable and no other paper is likely to be required. In case you are residents of Indian states where Aadhar enrolment is not compulsory you can provide Bank details in lieu of Aadhar. In case you are foreign nationals Passport Number or Social Security Number/ID Number issued by that Foreign Country can suffice.
You must finalize the correct combination of subjects. The subjects are specified in the Board’s Scheme of Studies with a clear list of valid/ invalid combination of subjects. For Example: In class 11th subject Informatics Practice and Computer Science cannot be taken together. You must confirm from your school if they have been permitted to teach same by the Affiliation Unit of the Board. School also should check the combination of subjects before uploading student’s subjects. This is important because in case of any mistake, your candidature can be in danger of cancellation.
The Board has a prescribed Scheme of Studies for Secondary/Sr. Secondary classes, which is available in the curriculum on the website www.cbseacademic.nic.in
Registration process begins tentatively in mid-September and ends by October last.
Coming back to the topic of change or finalisation of subjects……
It is very easy to change from say Hindi to English before registration. Just write an application to your school Principle requesting him/her to change the subject. Before registration everything is under school control, thus your application can be easily accepted. For current batch, the likely dates of registrations can be from late September to about 31st of October. So you still have time to clear your mind, to remove your doubts by seeking online career/ stream selection test and be confident. Care should be taken to be true to yourself for closest possible results.
Let us understand this process through an example….
Suppose you have opted for Commerce stream in the class 11th with a combination of say Accounts, Business Studies, Mathematics, Economics and English subjects. But you face a daily struggle with Mathematics on a constant basis. You are trying your level best to improve your understanding of the subject but are unable to cope with it. The low score worries you and are afraid of how it will impact your overall result and your future admission prospects in professional courses. So, you are justified to change your subject from Mathematics to Hindi in view of overall benefit.
Changing Mathematics to Hindi before registration (i.e, in class 11th) before October last….
However, subject change is not a bed of roses after registration. Your teachers or Principle will decline with a big NO for change in the subject at this late stage. Please don’t get put off by your teachers or principle’s negative and static reply. It may still be possible to change your subject by explaining your plight to the teachers. In this situation, you must convince your school principle to write a letter to your CBSE of your Region. The letter by your principle should be accompanied by a request from your side to change the subject.
For example- you can write…
The Principle (of your school),
Subject- change in subject.
And your principle will recommend the change in subject, in a separate letter addressing the head of your CBSE Region, accompanied by your request addressed as above.
After posting the letter, duly forwarded by your school, just wait for the confirmation from CBSE Regional office. Meanwhile, continue with your wretched subject (Mathematics as in the above case). When the letter will arrive it will grant permission to the change in subject from Mathematics to Hindi. Ensure the effect of the change from Mathematics to Hindi on your Board exam admit card
You deserve the best in life. Please spare one and half hour for this self-assessment. This small capsule of time will become the most important time that you may have devoted for your own welfare. But remember while filling your answers be true to yourself.
What is existential crisis?
I am writing this as my first blog post and straight of the bat, I want to address a big issue. This issue is a feeling. It is a feeling that people experience in their lives at one point or another and you too must have felt it at least once.
Don’t you sometimes get the feeling that you are wasting your life, that you lack a sense of purpose or direction? A feeling of not living your life to the fullest. It almost feels like you have lost the battle of life and you feel defeated, confused and sense of panic is prevalent on your outer surface.
This panic is the byproduct of frustrations you have been dealing in your life and it feels like all of a sudden it all comes crashing down on you, all at once. The emotional burden that you feel at that point is called an “Existential Crisis”.
Experiential crisis is common to everyone, just that different people handle it differently. Everyone in life develops a coping mechanism for this feeling.
It might be a quiet hobby for some, a wild night of partying for others but this feeling seldom goes away if you try to sweep it under the rug. The important thing to do is to admit that there is a definitive problem in your life and you need to take actions to correct this issue.
The pain that comes from inaction is huge but it’s nothing compared to the regret that you will feel after some time.
Take me for example. I have had a few crises in my life. When I was in XIIth I was preparing hard for IIT. Didn’t get through. That almost crushed me, my hope to do something in life was gone.
Life seems quite hellish, even though I managed to get into a good college. It was just my mindset at that time. Nothing seemed right. I felt like a failure and thought that my only purpose in life was to get into IIT and prove I wasn’t a failure.
So, I prepared for it again. Didn’t get through. Dropped a year in college because of that. This caused a great deal of stress to me, I felt unhappy and got into depression. Eventually, I came out of it. And I realized that the key is a 3-step process.
Which means, take an action in life. Then review its effects. And then based on the effects we change accordingly.
This Loops over again as we take another action, review its effects and then change accordingly. That is the crux to living a life which you want and not a life which you currently have.
A big problem with this strategy, however, is that people find it hard to change and it takes big life events to affect us in a big way and make us change.
This is a characteristic intrinsic in all humans, they are unwilling to change. It takes a lot of pain to change oneself. And this is why we suffer from an “existential crisis” sometimes in life.
Now comes the golden question. How to handle this? The journey of a million miles always starts with the first step. When dealing with a personal crisis start by making a list of things which are bothering you at that particular moment, quantify your fears and anxiety.
Knowing your problems is the starting step to fixing them. Side by side you should also make a list of things you are thankful for. If you have a choice between keeping things bottled up or talking to someone who cares about you, you should always choose the latter no matter how difficult you think the decision is.
When you are dealing with your own personal crisis always remember one golden rule. It’s always better to suffer the pain of discipline than to suffer the pain of regret. So, do try to change In life. Do you think you know existential crisis better? Do share you thoughts with us!