If you’re currently looking for a new job… if you’ve got an interview coming up soon… or you’ve just never felt like you’re making the BEST impression possible in past job interviews then pay careful attention to this website today.
Here’s the story:
I needed a job… and I needed it FAST!
I was young… and I was a victim of corporate layoffs.
I had a young wife at home to take care of and to make matters more complicated… we had just found out she was pregnant with our first child.
To say I needed to find a job… and find one fast… was an understatement!
So I started sending out my resume to companies I knew… and got very little response.
After about a week though, I finally scored an interview. But when the big day finally came…
I made a terrible first impression!
That’s when I realized I wasn’t at all comfortable during a job interview.
At my last job, I had worked there so long I felt ok around my bosses… but for some reason, when I was being “interviewed” I just froze up and my natural, smart, good natured self didn’t shine through.
It’s not that I wasn’t qualified for the job… I was just so nervous that I couldn’t show them I was the right man for the job.
That’s when I decided I was going to figure this whole “job interview process” out…
How I became Job Interview “Expert”
Okay, I’m not really job interview “expert”. But all my friends and family think I am now, because I know more than the average guy. Here’s why…
I really decided I was going to figure out how to get a job: how to best write a resume… how to prepare for the interview… how to be “on my game” during the interview… and how I should follow up so that I didn’t come across as desperate (even though I was!) and I made the best impression possible. So I started studying…
I read everything I could find on the internet (a good place to start).
I got some magazines, some books, and talked to friends of mine who had landed good jobs.
Here’s what I found out…
Acing the interview isn’t all that hard!
It turns out, acing job interviews and making a strong first impression.
It’s pretty easy once you have a little bit of knowledge. That’s the key – once you know a lot about something – it stops being scary and you can then do it well.
You just have to know a little bit about first impressions… what interviewers like to hear… and how to “show your best side” on the day of the interview.
Here’s the problem…
There’s No Simple Guide to Job Interviews!
I searched and searched for a good simple guide to job interviews.
You know, a booklet that was low on fluff and just tells me what I need to know about the entire process… what interviewers expect… how to be professional and cure nervousness… things like that.
I don’t want to read a university-level course on corporate cultures, etc.
I just want to know…what are the basic things I can do, starting today that will give me the best chance at acing that interview!
Just teach me those tips, was what I was thinking.
I couldn’t find such a booklet (when I needed it most).
So I compiled all my research, and am ready to share it with you!