Instead, you need a comprehensive strategy to give you a decisive edge over your competition, as well as a fresh perspective that delivers confidence and empowerment.
What's in It for Me? offers an essential approach that's been missing from existing interview literature. It gives you a strong sense of control over the process, and in doing so increases your poise and reduces your anxiety.
In What's in It for Me? syndicated radio host and QVC guest presenter Rafe Gomez shares a proven methodology that generates tremendous success in sales interactions yet has never before been applied to the area of job interviews. Incorporating music, entertaining pop cultural references, and plenty of real world examples, Gomez explains how his unique strategy can help you shift your perspective from reactive to proactive and prove to your interviewer that you're the best candidate for the job and an invaluable solution for his/her organization.
Those that don't see the value of this information might suffer from "Don't Get it Syndrome" because the first job is to get the interview and get the job. All the other good information you'll read about in other books is important, but in the end you've got to make the sale. That makes this stuff so key.
If you've read anything on sales, you've read this book. This is not a book on interviews really at all. Very poor.