Job Interview – How To Ace An Interview
How To Ace An Interview
Attention: If you are looking to achieve success at your next job interview, you have to check this out…
Dear Soon-To-Be Job Applicant,
Do you wish you could:
- Eliminate all of the guesswork that is involved with the job interview process & zero in on the fastest, easiest, & most effective way to connect with whoever is in charge of hiring?
- Discover how to impress your job interviewer in 10 seconds or less?
- Change your job…….in not months, not weeks, but in just days from now—without the hassle of trying to figure out exactly how to do it and what steps to take to ace your interview?
- Trade-in your current job for a more fulfilling one with better benefits and even have more time for yourself?
If you said yes! to any of these questions, then we have good news for you.
In just minutes from now, you are going to learn about a new, revolutionary job interviewing guide that empowers YOU with the ability to connect with not just a job, but with the career that you’ve always wanted and deserve!
- What to wear for your job interview (You’ll be surprised at how the outcome of your interview is sealed in the first 10 seconds of you stepping into the interview room!)
- What to bring to your job interview (Some of the things in the list are often missed out and could cost you your success)
- What the TOP job interview questions are (Discover what the interviewers are looking out for when asking those questions!)
- What are the RIGHT answers to give to those questions (How you can stand out from your competition and shine with your answers)
- What SMART questions to ask during your job interview (You’re going to be SHOCKED at how your questions can either make or break your job interview)
This unique guide breaks all of that down for you, plus you’ll also discover..
So you see, we know exactly what you’re going through right now because we’ve been there before ourselves.
And we know that right now you feel frustrated – you’re tired of just settling for the same old job, simply because it pays the bills and we know that right now, you’re ready to start doing what it is that you were put here on earth to do.
And in just minutes from now, you’ll be able to do exactly that, because with this one-of-a-kind guide that we’ve created, you’ll finally have the guidance that you need to make your dream of acing your next job interview and getting the job that you love, quickly and easily.
- Even if you don’t have the skills that you need or really don’t even qualify for the job you really want
- Even if you’re retired & need to return to the workforce because your nest egg is now worth half of what it used to be
- Even if everything you’ve tried in the past has failed you miserably
- Even if you’ve been told that there’s virtually no chance of you being able to ace your interview to get a new job at this stage in your life
- Even if you don’t know what to do or where to start when it comes to interviewing
- You don’t have to worry about any of that because with this interviewing success guide
- Acing your job interview, regardless of your previous work experience, educational level, or age, has never been easier!
- With this tested and proven-to-work guide, all of the hard work has already been done for you.
In fact, if you have two eyes and can understand second-grade English, then you already have all of the skills needed to:
- Trade in your current job for the career that you’ve been craving for
- Land your dream job and be employed with benefits in record time
- Discover your life’s purpose & finally do what it is that you were put on this earth to do
- Make more money and have a job that makes you feel great from the inside-out
You’ll be surprised at how it will be a breeze for you on the actual day!
There’s no more wasting your time filling out applications & interviewing for job after job & never hearing anything back
There’s no more wondering how others are successful at acing their job interview with no problem. (Simply because now you’ll be able to do it too!)
There’s no more being stuck at that unfulfilling job, doing the same old thing, day after day
With this easy-to-follow guide, you’ll finally be able to ace your next interview and connect with a job that:
Makes you feel good on the inside about yourself (You’ll be oozing with confidence that even your interviewers can’t help but be attracted to you!)
Zero in on what you love and really want to do (Finally you have a shot at doing something you love for a living)
Gives you the peace of mind knowing that you’re living your life with purpose, instead of staying in the same place with the same routine year after year
PLUS, you’ll discover:
How to design your new career direction, step-by-step so that it fits your talents, personality, needs, goals, and values
How to deal successfully with the possible demands of the new job and keep you going towards your new found passion
How to land the perfect job in your new field—with absolutely no problem at all
Job Interview Success is exactly what you need to take your career to the next level of success and connect with the job that totally satisfies you from the inside-out!
This amazing guide, which immediately downloads onto your computer, makes acing job interviews easy and fun for all.
You see, over the next few days, a small group of people, which includes YOU will have the opportunity to dramatically accelerate the speed to successfully interview and get the job of your dreams, regardless of your age, educational level, or skill.
We’re not talking about another training program or class. We are talking about providing you with real guidance and help from experts like us, working with you to show you the most direct route from where you are today to where you want to be.
So whether you’re looking to get back in the workforce after retirement or if you just plain want a new career, then this unique guide now makes it possible for you to do just that by acing your next interview!
Get the roadmap to follow to ensure your interview is a COMPLETE SUCCESS and have your boss calling you immediately to hand you your dream job
Get the plan of action to help you get the results you desire out of that interview
Build up your confidence which makes you stand out amongst your competition
Be put in the hiring manager’s mind as the FIRST choice for the job
Be empowered with the answers that you need to ace your interview (You’ll seal the outcome of your interview with those words!)
Know EXACTLY what you need to prepare yourself for in order to leave a lasting impression on your interviewers
Master the SIMPLE communication techniques you can apply to come across as a the RIGHT person for the job
be exposed to the powerful secrets of body language! (Command attention the moment you step into the interview room)
Learn how to come up with CLEVER answers that will help you stand out amongst your competition and have your interviewers turn into eager listeners
Have easy methods which you can apply to overcome the anxiety that could be eating you from the inside just before the interview!
And much much more!
Unlike other or similar products or programs on the market today, Job Interview Success isn’t just some sit-on-your-butt program that provides you with little or no results..
With the interview guidance you receive, you can successfully land the job of your dreams without worrying!
Job Interview Success caters to your needs and helps you to ace your next interview in only three simple steps.
Read through the interview tips, secrets, and techniques that we provide you with
Put what you’ve learned into action
Sit back, relax, and wait on the news that the job you interviewed for is yours. It just doesn’t get any easier than that!
Simply put…once you say yes! to our Job Interview Success guide, it’s virtually impossible for you to fail at acing your next job interview, regardless of how old you are or what stage you’re at in your current job or career!
Now here are some of the best tips if you want ace your next inerview:
It is really not very difficult to perform well at a job interview, you just need to know few things that can make your ‘life’ and your interview better!
So first of all, we are going to assume that you have done your homework about the organization, the competencies and the specific role you have applied for, and that you also know what the format of the interview will be. We are also assuming that:
• you know where the interview is being held (do a dry run if you can so that you are sure about travel time and location)
• you will arrive with time to spare (give yourself time to relax and catch your breath)
• you are well turned out and set to impress!
All of the above will have an impact on how comfortable you feel, and therefore on how you conduct yourself during the interview.
The interview situation
An interview can feel like a contest, a situation where you are in the dentist’s chair and the interviewer is trying to extract information from you or catch you out in some way. The best interviews should not be like this. A better way to think about it is as a meeting where both sides are going to share information and come to a mutual decision about suitability or ‘fit’ with a particular organization or role. The more you can think about the interview in these terms, the better able you will be to ‘be yourself’ and benefit from the guidance that follows in this chapter. Most of what you will read below is focused on removing any barriers between you and the interviewer, thus letting them go away with the feeling that they know the ‘real you’ – as well as having heard about your many positive attributes!
Professional but ‘human’ is the ideal impact you should be seeking to achieve.
A well-trained interviewer will be working hard to establish rapport, setting you at your ease so that you can perform at your best, but you too have some responsibilities in this regard. Interviews, and interviewers – will vary in terms of the amount of formality or relaxation that is encouraged, and in the first few minutes of entering the interview room and meeting the person (or people) you should be gauging the tone of the interview. Meeting the expectations of the interviewer – in terms of your behavior – is an important part of rapport building because it helps to put them at ease.
In practice, most interview situations are about two strangers meeting each other for the first time. The more you can do to make these first few minutes relaxed, the better. If you look and act tense, it is likely that the interviewer will also feel a degree of tension. At the same time – even though they will work hard to put you at ease – they will form an impression of you that will take some time to shift.
In general, match your behavior and conversation to that of the interviewer; if they are brisk and businesslike, then be polite and respond accordingly – don’t try to have a conversation about the weather or the traffic if they are clearly not interested. At the same time if they – and they often will – ask you about your journey, then respond in kind; ask them how their day is going, how far they have to travel to work and so on. You need to be alert to the fact that the interviewer will need to get down to business at some point, so be guided by them.
Think of an interview as a meeting where both sides share information and come to a mutual decision about ‘fit’.
Other ways in which you can make a good impression on the interviewer include,
• Being sensitive to the fact they need to manage time: be guided by their hints – or indeed instructions – to move the conversation on.
- Show interest in the questions that are being asked: you can indicate this both verbally and non-verbally, for example by head nodding in response to the relevance of the question or by actually saying that you recognize the merit of the question.
- Examples include:
“That’s a good question”
- “Yes, I think that’s a very relevant point”
_ “I can see that you’re trying to focus in on my planning skills here” – “That’s an interesting question”
Using these phrases can also buy you thinking time!
• Signaling what is going on: for example, if you lose the thread of the point you are making, don’t just plough on regardless but say, ‘I’m sorry, I’ve lost the thread here, can you remind me of the original question?’ This helps the interviewer to ‘manage’ you.
• Being alert to the interviewer’s tone, while not assuming from the interviewer’s demeanor that you can assess the impact you are having or how well you are doing. They have a professional job to do, which often means they will be quite focused. Don’t let this put you off. The interviewer will get annoyed if you are continually seeking approval for your answers with phrases like ‘was that the right answer?’, or ‘is that OK, you look a bit worried?’
Things that will definitely get in the way of rapport include:
• Too much questioning of the intent of a question or of the purpose of the process. Phrases like ‘why are you asking that question?’ or ‘why do you keep asking me for examples?’ will not go down well. It will make you sound suspicious and cagey. Its fine to clarify if you are unsure about a particular question, but don’t make it sound as if you are questioning the interviewer’s professionalism or motives.
• Too much challenging of the basis of the question, or telling the interviewer what they should be asking. For example, ‘I’m not sure that your question is relevant, given my experience’ or ‘I think a more relevant question would have been … ‘ are not likely to help the interviewer warm to you.
• Referring to preparation notes. During the interview itself, it is very hard to maintain rapport if you are trying to read notes. It also looks as if you are trotting out a prepared answer rather than answering in real time. if you must refer to notes, you need to position their use very carefully, for example by explaining that you just want to make sure you are accurate about numbers, or that you want to make sure you have remembered events in the right order, Our advice would be to avoid using notes if at all possible.
• Inappropriate use of humor. You need to be very sure of your ground ¬and your talent in positioning jokes – before you risk throwing in the odd funny story or pun. You cannot know the interviewer’s sense of humor and you are as likely to get it wrong as to get it right. An interview is no place to be taking this kind of risk.