Most job interview tips consist of little more than:
And these are all helpful. (Especially the sociopath part.)
But acing your job interview requires more than just wearing a nice pair of shoes and knowing how to answer the "What's your biggest weakness?"
Crushing your job interview means tailoring your interview to the specific company you're conversing with.
Using the information that the job description provides you...
In a super, sneaky, ninja way to kill it at the interview (and get the frickin' job.)
And that's why I wrote Job Interview Tips That Don't Suck...
©2014 Benjamin Paul (P)2014 Michael Clarke
"Great advices and practical tips"
I loved the advices and tips and the way they are explained, the author makes very easy to remember and to apply. In a very simple way we can learn how to ace an interview. It is interesting to become aware about the interviewer'point of view.
"Great book to listen to"
this book for me is in my top 5
59 seconds: Persuasion for its sense it speaks in creating a rapport with people
There is a certain amount of energy in the way that he speaks that makes him sound quite funny when talking about what could be seen as a very dry subject.
I liked the reference to particular resources to use prior t going for an interview and how to use this in conversation. He mentions using LinkedIn, Twitter and Google to gather information before speaking with interviewers and it makes sense that at points you go in armed with information and may even know some things about the company that the interviewer does not.
I listened to this book a little late in the game (A day before I had the interview) but still managed to utilise the techniques in it and I just got the job offer today.
This is a quick book to listen too and gives you plenty of points to work on.
"Very cool, and helpful! Loved it!"
Very cool, and helpful! Loved it!
I recommend it to anybody who needs a little boost before going for an interview.
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