Know How to Prepare for an Interview and Ace It to Get a Job
The biggest mystery of all since our ancestors first discovered fire—surrounds that almighty dreaded interview process. Yikes! Sounds scary, doesn't it? Just the thought of it makes you quiver. Fear not!
What is the perfect interview?
First of all, congratulations on even getting that interview in the first place! You've already been prescreened and prequalified but most importantly, captured the attention of your potential employer to have shown great interest in you...for that is why your presence is being requested for an interview.
Thus, everything is so far, so good, and now all you have to do is NOT screw it up!
You might be the best employee any hirer would be lucky to have. However, if you can't present yourself as such...nothing else will matter because you're only one candidate out of a pool of all the other applicants for the interviewer to get through, who is neither going to have the time nor patience for your interviewing mishap, and are simply looking for one excuse—regardless how trivial it made seen—to disqualify you in a heartbeat to make their job easier to move on to the next interviewee.
Sounds brutal? Well, welcome to the job market; it is, especially if it's a highly in-demand dream job everybody wants. Don't make it easy for them to disqualify you. Instead, wow their socks off!
If you don't know how or understandably get nervous, "Interview Express" will guide you!
By taking the "Interview Express," your destination includes:
- How to ace any interview with the 3P's (Preparation, Perspective, Presentation).
- How to approach the interview the smart way that nobody else does to stand out.
- How to properly network with the right people to already give you the upper hand.
- How to avoid killing your chances before even get the opportunity to be interviewed.
- How to know and anticipate what employers are looking for to be the perfect candidate.
- Also, personalized hands-on exercises and applications to put everything into action on how to prepare for and ace an interview.
...and much more.
The interview is the final obstacle standing in your way to getting the job you want after coming this far with the all right qualifications. For that is why you can't mess it up, otherwise it would have been for nothing. Hone your interview skills now!
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I will definitely use this information next time I need to interview for a position.
It is not easy to go through an interview anyone that has ever had a job more than likely has had to do an interview. Those people know the pains of sweating through loads of questions about previous employers, how would you handle this and more. Daniel Wells and KnowIt Express help you cut through the mist and figure out how to ACE your interview.
We have all been in the position where we have gone to an interview think we have done well and then never gotten a callback. It is the worst feeling for a potential employer to not call you back and say "We are sorry we found someone else." It feels bad when they do but it is worse that they don't feel you were even worth their time to tell you that you're not getting the position.
They also help by giving you pointers on taking the interview, such as when talking about your successes ensure to explain the challenges and failures that led to those successes. The old adage presentation is everything holds true with interviews as well. If you present yourself and what you know how to do well then the employer will understand this. Same as judging a book by its cover example.
Something that caught my eye in this book is that it says Do Not be Yourself, which is something we are all taught as children by our parents. "Be yourself they will like you better, " is what my Mother always told me. Well, this book turns it around, for instance, keeping your opinions to yourself, be professional, not casual and cool and above all don't tell them your life's story.
There is a load of information in this book that will help to prepare someone for their next interview and possibly get the job. I know will definitely use this information next time I need to interview for a position.
A Useful Resource
Daniel Wells' "Interview Express: Know How to Prepare for An Interview And Ace It to Get A Job" is a book that provides applicable tips to job seekers with the intent of helping them to better prepare for an interview after being invited to do so. Although these tips are most useful for those who have already been asked to come in and speak about the possibility of filling a position, it could also be useful to those who are in the applications process and want to plan ahead in regards to what steps they'll take immediately after receiving a call back from a hiring manager or other HR personnel.
I'd reccomend this book to job seekers looking for ways to improve on the way they prepare to go into an interview, especially as a companion piece to further reading.