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Attention Professional Job or Promotion Candidates
This message is for every professional job or promotion candidate who needs to discover how to better answer the most predictable interview questions, but can’t take the time to wade through all the bad free advice and beginner info on the internet to find tips appropriate for you, a professional career level candidate.
Hi, my name is Terry Kozlowski and here’s the TRUTH you need to know about coming up with your own better interview answers!
In fact, here’s the biggest problem you face right now.
You Don’t Have Much Time To Prepare
It’s that you don’t have much time to prepare your answers for your interview for the next job you really want.
But that’s not the end of the problem. It actually gets worse! Why?
Because you also need to spend time on your research for this job opportunity.
Answers From The Last Job Not Good Enough Now
And given the unrelenting demands of your current position, you may think you’ll just redeliver some prior answers that won you a previous job.
Which means the answers you have used before may not be powerful and effective enough to get you to the next round for this new opportunity, given how competitive it is out there now for the really desirable positions.
And, worst of all, many professional job or promotion candidates can’t get past the idea that it’s too hard and will take too long to find a reference they can trust that will help them update their own answers quickly.
Skip the Bad Free Advice and Beginner Info
But luckily for you there’s now a solution to your problem!
So if you’re professional job or promotion candidate who really needs to discover how to better answer the most predictable interview questions, but can’t take the time to wade through all the bad free advice and beginner info on the internet to find interview answer tips appropriate for a professional career level candidate, here’s the solution you’ve been looking for . . .