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When you are asked a question asking about an obstacle you've faced and how you overcame it, is it ok to use a work related example? For instance, suppose you had a project that you were team lead on that did not turn out as planned, so you describe the steps you took to right the ship and your problem solving process?
 
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When you are asked a question asking about an obstacle you've faced and how you overcame it, is it ok to use a work related example? For instance, suppose you had a project that you were team lead on that did not turn out as planned, so you describe the steps you took to right the ship and your problem solving process?
Perfectly okay.
 

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When you are asked a question asking about an obstacle you've faced and how you overcame it, is it ok to use a work related example? For instance, suppose you had a project that you were team lead on that did not turn out as planned, so you describe the steps you took to right the ship and your problem solving process?
Yes.
 
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