This little book, and one that you can read in a very short time. However, it still contains some pearls of wisdom, advice and practical tips for those looking for jobs and interviews. There are other books that delve into this topic in much greater detail, and for some that will be needed.
I had the pleasure of meeting Patricia Noel Drain on events in Montana, she spent a few months ago. I and other groups for two days with Patricia discussing business ideas and strategies for growing our business. During the event, I won a copy of his book, “Hire me!” Secrets of Interviewing “(3rd Edition) in one of the drawings, which were held over two days. I was happy to add another autograph book in my collection, and now worked it into my reading schedule. This is a good book to work interview tips.
This little book, and one that you can read in a very short time. However, it still contains some pearls of wisdom, advice and practical tips for those looking for jobs and interviews. There are other books that delve into this topic in much greater detail, and for some that will be needed. For others who do not have time to read long text, because maybe they need advice right now before the interview tomorrow, or for those that have a good understanding of interviewing skills, but want to quickly read the motivation to brush up on some of the key points survey, this book may be just what you’re looking for.
The book has what Patricia calls “10 Secrets to a successful interview.” “Secrets” are basic, but the basics that lead to success. I believe, so it covers these “secrets” will help you with the interview. It provides a good reminder that the work of your resume to your interview, how to dress, watch your body language, make good first and last impression, fill the company applications, know your interview rooms, how to answer interview questions, objective interview and pay attention to the second interview because they are no less important in the first place. (If not more)
Again, this book is basic and short. I suggest reading, and if you need more advice on the interview, also read a long text on the subject, there are many out there. However, if you just want or need a quick primer on job interviews, it’s a good book. I think one of the most important things, Patricia offers in this book, to practice before your interview. Practice questions to answer, so when the time comes, you can answer them with confidence. You can use the model answers in this book to help build your own. The book ends with an old tale I’ve heard before, but the lesson is still very true, the answer lies in your hands, so use this book to help you get the job you want.
Alain Burrese, JD is a writer, speaker and mediator who teaches how to live, work, and it’s all done through the edge of a warrior. He is an expert on conflict and mediates and teaches conflict resolution and negotiation. Allen combines military, martial arts, and Asian experiences with their business, law, education and conflict resolution in a powerful way of life with balance, honesty and integrity. It teaches how to use the Edge of the Warrior to take action and achieve remarkable results, as well as conflict resolution and negotiation. In addition, he teaches physical skills of the conflict in his Hapkido and self defense courses, lectures and seminars. Allen is the author of difficulty of wisdom from the School of Hard Knocks, DVD, Hapkido Hoshinsul, Streetfighting Essentials, Hapkido Cane, Lock On series of joint locking, as well as numerous articles and reviews.