Transcript of "Top 10 secrets to win every job interview"
Top 10 secrets to win every job interviewIn this eBook, I really like the section on Interview Secrets 1, 2, 4, 4, 9 and 10. I shall try tosummarize the most interesting and useful tips here and hope that they shall provide youwith helpful information for your employment interview.For more information and payment process, please click here.1. Killer Interview Secret #1 – The 7 Traits Employers Look For In Every Applicant(page 7-16)To make it easier for you to remember, Author put these seven fundamental characteristicsinto an acronym: S.T.A.P.L.E.S• Skillset• Team player• Attitude• Professionalism• Leadership• Ethic• SecurityI am in agreement with the author about three traits: skill set, team-player, and attitude. Ithink these traits are mostly sought after by most of employers from their candidates.A skill set is a list of necessary skills for performing one’s job. You can easily find out aboutskill sets through job specifications, job advertisements, or job descriptions, and so on.2. Killer Interview Secret #2 – The 4 Key Elements To A Winning Interview Answer(page 17-20)
In this section, the author shares with us four elements to lead to a successful interview,including:• Targeted• Specific• Concise• Proper DeliveryI myself like specific element very much. For specific element, you should state someexamples, case studies or situations for each skill you have that may relate to your previousjob to demonstrate your skills. You may refer to STAR Interview Technique for somemeaningful tips.3. Killer Interview Secret #3 – The Best Interview Strategy…Ever (page 21-38)Here is what the author shares in this section:This can be considered as the most interesting part of this eBook:a. How do you come up with a story?b. What Are the Elements of a Story?c. Formula for a successful story.d. How to Tell a Story?e. What kind of stories should you tell? It can be said that this is the best, most interestingsection of the eBook.
It is also the longest and most important part in which, the author presents some analysesfor typical groups of candidates as follows:• “The Most Valuable Player, or MVP”• “The Superstar”• “The Upright Citizen”• “The Professor”• “The Team Player”• “The Big Boss”• “The Troubleshooter”• “The Juggler”• “The Deflection”…From above list, I am sure that you can imagine the main stories here are for demonstratingyour most important skills for the job, such as team-player skill.When you have developed a skill set, it is important that you have to consider how to proveyour skills in front of the employers. In this section, the author states tools and examples foryou to practice on how to demonstrate your skills.4. Killer Interview Secret #4 – Opportunities Are Created, Not Given (page 39 – 42)Have you ever wondered how to get an opportunity to prove your skills? There are notmany for you to tell your stories. In this section, the author introduces the experience andsome tips for you to create your own opportunities.5. Killer Interview Secret #5 – How To Really Read A JobDescription…………………………………. 426. Killer Interview Secret #6 – The Most Common Types of Interviews & How To AceThem (page 47-53)7. Killer Interview Secret #7 – Mastering The 11 Foundation Interview Questions (page54 -62)8. Killer Interview Secret #8 – Asking The Right Questions (page 63 -67)9. Killer Interview Secret #9 – The “Hidden” Job Market (page 68 – 71)Many of us don’t recognize that hidden job market is a huge one and accounts for 2/3 oftotal job demand from enterprises. This means that if you know how to exploit a hidden jobmarket, you can increase your chance of getting the job up to 300%.In this section, the author shares his experience and useful tips to exploit hidden job market.Here are some sources to get penetrating into a hidden job market:• Friends;
• Family;• Ex-coworkers;• Referral;• HR communities;• Field communities;• Social networks such as Facebook, Twitter…• Last recruitment ads from recruiters;• HR emails of potential recruiters…10. Killer Interview Secret #10 – Turning On Your Natural Attraction Factors (page 71-86)(Create first impression to the interviewers)It’s just like the way you sell a product or introduce yourself in front of your future parents-in-law, natural attraction factors play very important role in a job interview. These factors are:• Confidence;• Know your own strong and weak points;• Know what the employers want;• How to create first impression• How to express your attitude• Body language;• Posture;• Grooming and Appearance;For more information and payment process, please click here.Are you afraid of losing your money or that Robert Lawrence may not support you?The answer is No.Robert Lawrence is a merchant selling eBooks on Clickbank. Clickbank is one of the world’sbiggest online markets. You pay to Clickbank but not to Robert Lawrence. So if you are notsatisfied with the product or his support, you do have the right to ask for refund within 60days.
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