Are the interviewers cool? Are they Friendly? Are they Welcoming?
The answers for all the questions are “unfortunately” a big YES. And hence, you are in danger!
Displaying emotions is often seen as a sign of weakness. But, the truth is that we all are driven by emotions. Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett and many others were and are highly emotional. However, they were and are very much aware of their own emotions and very much in their own control and are balanced. Here comes into the picture: emotional intelligence. The Oxford defines it as the capacity to be aware of, to control, and to express one's emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically.
There are several definitions ready to pop up in one's mind when one is asked to define an interview. And the most accepted definition is this: The art of selling your skill sets to an organization.
There are several factors that influence the outcome of your interview. Amongst them, the most important aspect is the kind of MIND-SET that you carry into the interview. Have this ingrained, “Yeah-I-am-gonna-get-this-job.”