Getting Ready for interview
THE JOB IS YOURS
Are You Frustrated??
Hoping from one Job Interview to the
Being Bypassed by Your Juniors in
Bored with Your Present Job and Want a
May Be The Interviews
Process is Stopping Your
Not sure how to compile your application
Nervous about your job interview?
Worried you may be asked awkward
Lacking self-confidence when it comes to
applying for promotion?
If That Is The Case, This
Book Would be Able to Assist
learn what Interviewers are REALLY
Michael Roberts had worked for over 30
years and gained a vast amount of experience
in the field of selection, recruitment,
training and development, and career
He had interviewed hundreds of applicants,
of varying ability, for jobs across a broad
spectrum of occupations.
He was often frustrated by the lack of
preparation many candidates
had made for one of the most important
opportunities of their lives.
He found it necessary to turn down what may
well have been capable men and women - due
simply to their poor preparation and
On retirement, Michael determined to do
something about this gap in the education of
school-leavers and other people seeking
suitable employment, (including recent
graduates and employed people looking for
It seemed to him that few people had been
taught how to present themselves to their
very best advantage.
About The Book (Manual)
This is THE handbook - 42 pages of good,
solid, step-by-step guidance:-
this concise "instruction manual" (a
distillation of his hugely successful interview-
coaching seminars), Michael, in a no-
nonsense way, shows you the way to prepare
your job application, how to prepare for
your interview - and how to shine when you
The manual will guide you to…
1. Evaluate YOU !
2. Compose your letter of application.
3. Complete your application form - perfectly.
4. Use our alternative strategy for securing an interview .
5. Prepare for your interview.
6. Prepare for Questions – Theirs and Yours
7. Consider obvious details - but often overlooked.
8. MANAGE the interview.
9. MANAGE group / selection interviews and telephone interviews".
Some Tips: Do your homework
It’s important to make yourself stand out as
someone special. Give them the reasons why
you are the right candidate.
Research the company beforehand so that
you can showcase that knowledge during the
interview. This will boost your credibility with
the interviewer and will help you to formulate
intelligent questions to ask him or her.
Some Tips: Sell yourself.
This is your chance to shine, now is not the
time to be humble. Prepare a 25-second sales
pitch that sings your praises. In business this
is called an “elevator speech,”
Give them compelling overview of why
you? It should include your strengths, your
abilities, and what sets you uniquely apart
from other applicants
"If you do what is suggested in this book
it is almost inevitable that you will
secure an interview - and the job!"
Everything you need for just £9.97
Plus - Bonus I:
Free Foolproof Application Letter
which has enjoyed a 100% success rate.
Plus – Bonus 2: Free copy of "As A Man Thinketh..."
Joha email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Web site: http://thejobisyours.blogspot.com/