Hello.. I am interviewing for a consulting position that is industry specific. I am uniquely qualified for this position having spent ten years working in the industry and an additional ten years consulting to business owners in this and related fields. I have achieved verifiable, high level results. I would direct report to the SVP of Opperations who is second only to the CEO. I have already interviewed once with him and subsequently taken an online personality/ cognitive evaluation. In the first interview I was asked many of the questions that are discussed in the podcasts and as a result I was very prepared. Job history, strength, weakness, specific examples, where I want to be now, 5yrs from now, etc.. I have a second interview next week with the same individual. This is throwing me for a loop. What new questions might they be asking since its with the same individual?? Also, I am supremely confident I am the absolute best candidate for this opportunit, period. But the salary is below what I've made in the past and what I make now. I want the position anyway because of the upside, additional freedom, travel, etc.. But I'm not sure they feel confident I will stick around. Also, as qualified as I am I think I bombed on the cognitive and abstract portion of the questionnaire. I am an intelligent person but this was so abstract it was beyond me. I don't believe that has any bearing whatsoever on my ability to perform at the highest level however having listened to the podcasts I understand what they were looking for and in a consulting position this could really hurt me. I am not worried about the questions there is no real answer for, but several had real answers and I just had to guess. Badly I presume. How should I handle.. Just be honest and express my feelings about my abilities? Please help.. Thanks!