Interview by Steve Williams
The Successful - 7 Secrets You Didn't Know About Landing Your Dream Job

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Second Edition Just Released! September 2016
Are You Ready to Land Your Dream Job And Start Making Money Today?

You’re about to discover how to walk into your job interview and leave with a smile, you've got the job! Facing potential employers and undergoing question after question can be a daunting task. You sit there nervously wondering if you are answering everything correctly or if they even like you. Many people go to interview after interview focusing on all the wrong things with no one to tell them what exactly to do or say.

The truth of the matter is if you are having trouble with interviews and getting hired it is because you are lacking effective techniques and strategies and have not yet been trained on what to do and say during your interview. This book has step by step advice that will help you land that dream job you've always wanted.

A Preview of What You Will Learn

Truly Understanding Your Target

Why You Need to Know Your True ValueWays To Express And Leverage Your ValueDeveloping A Strong ResumeUsing Communication As A Marketing WeaponMuch, much more!

Here Are Some Tips Straight From the Book

- One important aspect to finding the dream job is to take time to reflect and analyze what skills you bring to the table. You will not be able to convince anyone else of your value if you cannot make a list of what things you have accomplished and how those things have benefited you or a prior company.

- You want the interviewer to think of you as an individual that they want on their team, someone they can work next to that can help them. A simple way to do this is to ask the interviewer questions. Asking questions relevant to the job makes you look as if you are willing to take an active role in the job and potentially have more to offer.

- Make sure you explain to the interviewer the value you provided to your previous employer. Instead of saying how you did a great job for your previous employer and how hard of a worker you are say how your accomplishments created growth within the company and increased revenues or streamlined tasks to save time and payroll hours. This will make the interviewer perceive you as an asset and not just an employee.

Take charge of your life today, buy this book, and ace your next interview!
 

About Steve Williams

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Published July 9, 2015 by Pinnacle Publishers, LLC. 36 pages
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