Are you likable?
What does being likable mean to you?
And does it mean the same thing to the person who you want to like you?
One interviewer may like you, and another interviewer from the same company, might not.
Why would that happen?
Did you do/act/say anything differently between the two interviewers?
Possibly, it’s that one answer that you gave one interviewer and they just didn’t care for it, causing your likability meter to drop a few points.
Or maybe being liked is not so much on what you bring, but rather on what the other person can relate to based on their past, their story, their thoughts, and their own likability.
As Stuart Smalley, from SNL, Daily Affirmation says: “I’m good enough, I’m smart enough, and doggone it, people like me.”