Friday, 20 July 2018 12:26

Woman Leaves Job Interview - Walks to Her Car, and Cries

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Woman Leaves Job Interview Walks to Her Car and CriesMaybe you can relate to Nicholla's story -- especially if you've walked out of more interviews than you care to remember, feeling discouraged or crushed:

 

 

 

 

It is my pleasure to be able to speak on the Interview Success Formula program.

I am excited to say that even after having just a short window to get ready for my interview, this program is so well structured and resourceful that I was able to quickly prepare and I was hired for the job last Friday.

As a matter of fact, the interviewing company said that they've been looking to fill this position since September and I was their best candidate thus far. Not only were they happy with me, but I was also very happy with them.

The interview by far was NOT easy!! It was a panel interview with about 4 pages FULL of detailed questions.

However, I stayed focused and remained consistent with my responses, alternating them slightly for different questions.

They were pleased with my responses and the fact that I had researched information on their organization. Likewise, they were also happy about my follow-up questions.

I must say that after going on numerous interviews and walking out feeling discouraged so many times, I left this specific interview feeling so confident and successful that I cried in my car. I highly recommend this program.

It is so simple and clearly laid out. Interview Success Formula is well worth the investment and I am truly happy with my results. Thank you again ISF!!

Why am I sharing this story with you today?
            
For two reasons:
            
First, maybe you're on the fence about investing in Interview Success Formula, but something's holding you back and you need a gentle push to make the leap of faith and master this vital skillset.
            
Second, I know there are many people reading this right now who are walking in Nicholla's old shoes -- they're sick of walking away from promising job interviews feeling like they've "blown yet another one", and wondering if they'll ever work again. If that describes you, then I hope Nicholla's story has inspired you and given you that shot of optimism in the arm you need.
            
Because you can get back on track with your career.
            
And -- if you're willing to master the interview game and learn how to give interviewers the answers they're looking for and win your dream job -- then you too can be crying in your car (out of delight) in a few weeks' time.

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Alan Carniol

Alan is the creator of Interview Success Formula, a training program that has helped more than 40,000 job seekers to ace their interviews and land the jobs they deserve. Interviewers love asking curveball questions to weed out job seekers. But the truth is, most of these questions are asking about a few key areas. Learn more about how to outsmart tough interviewers by watching this video.