A Killer Interview Tactic Revealed…

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A compelling resume with a distinctive cover letter gets you the interview. You put on your sharp suit with your polished shoes . You’ve prepared answers to those awkward questions . Is this enough to land the dream job? Maybe, but here is a tactic I discovered that will bring you to the top of the list of candidates.

The fact is, it’s an absolutely brutal job market out there! What’s more, most job seekers look the same and resembling a big herd of cattle playing a "lotto game" just hoping to get lucky and land the job.

How do you stand out from the crowd and be remembered by interviewers?

Distinguishing yourself is the key. Getting yourself into the heads of the interviewers is the goal. Don’t let them forget you – give them a reason to remember you and put you at the top of their list when they’re selecting their top candidate for the job.

I discovered something that I think can make you totally unique. It’s something called ‘Wow… Your Hired ‘ by Jimmy P. Sweeney (fronted by an annoying animated head, but I’ll forgive him that) which gives you a killer tool for your interview arsenal.

The crux of the product is this – through research and live testing, Jimmy has created something that, with almost no effort, we can take into an interview that demonstrates our motivation and passion as a candidate for the job. But this isn’t sold as a magic wand – it isn’t that simple, thankfully, or everyone would be doing it.

The product is a set of templates and examples (plus some how-tos) which guide you through creating a plan that covers the first 90 days of you actually performing the job you’re interviewing for. This is a very powerful tactic because it has a deep psychological effect on the interviewers, as they begin to visualize you working in the job – an image that becomes etched in their minds and is a constant factor in the process of considering you as a candidate.

Anyone can do this for any job – whether it’s a technical role, management role or support/admin role. As long as you can propose a 90-day plan to show what you would do in the job or shape the role then it will work. It’s all about demonstrating that you’ve considered the responsibilities and tasks your desired job demands on you, and then the image forms of you actually doing it.

I think this works particularly well if you also suggest measurement criteria or goals you can assess with your new manager at the end of the 90 days – it creates a sense of accountability that interviewers love. And because they love it, you’ll love it.

I think this tool applies really well – all jobseekers will love it. At $79 , it isn’t loose change, but if it means that for this small investment you land the job you really want then it’s money well spent. And because it’s template driven, it won’t take you ages to complete so you can order it just in time for your interview!

Something I like a lot about this product is that Jimmy offers, as a free bonus , a personal review of your 90-day plan so you can get feedback from him and see how to fine-tune it. Jimmy has oodles of experience working with jobseekers so tapping into his brain is well worth it for the price. How much would it normally cost to have a specialist expert help you? More than 79 bucks, for sure.

In addition to that, Jimmy also includes another free bonus – ‘7 Little Known Secrets You Can Use To Land More HOT Job Interviews Next Week ‘ which offers great advice in attracting interview in the first place by using your network and asking for opportunities skilfully.

You also get a third free bonus – "KILLER" Job Search Secrets – a transcript of a conference call with 3 experts in recruitment and jobseeking, and you’ll learn a trick or two on how to get your foot in the door.

Best of all, this product comes with a 100% money-back guarantee within 60 days . If it doesn’t work for you, then ask for your money back! No awkward questions – you just have to ask using an online form. So it’s Totally Risk Free .

Try it today! Wow… Your Hired

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