25 Things to Say to the Interviewer, to Get the Job You Want gives you inspiring, empowering, real-life attributes and real-life skills to take to heart, to own, to use, and to impress interviewers with, so you can work, pay your bills, and live your dreams.
If you're looking for a job that let's you do what you’re good at and pays you what you’re worth, read this book. And if you want to make your dreams come true, master every word of it.
It takes a lifetime to take on the attributes, to master the skills, to learn the lessons in this book. But you don't have that kind of time. And no one's going to teach them to you. Especially, not in school, and not bosses. You know how lousy most schools are. And there aren’t many good bosses around. Most of them don't know enough to teach you anything.
Here's a one-of-a-kind book that'll teach you how to get past interviewers. It'll also teach you the real-life attributes, the real-life skills, and the real-world lessons you need to succeed in your career, in business, and in life. When you finish reading this book, you'll have learned what it takes most successful people, at least, half a lifetime to learn. You'll have also fired up your ambition, desire, and drive for success, for living the life you've always imagined. Lucky you found it.
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Clear and concise advice
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I felt the advice was straightforward and I can see how it would help prepare for the job interview, particularly for the first-time job seekers out there.
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Great advice and motivation
No filler here. Each chapter is packed with tips and motivation for interviewing, getting a promotion, and succeeding in your career.
I had already listened to the 45-minute version available from my library and I was afraid that this wouldn’t cover much new material, but I was not disappointed. There are even 5 more tips in addition to the base 25. Definitely a worthwhile listen (or two) for people who want to get their dream job, excel, and achieve their goals.