With so many individuals in the job market at the moment their is 1 thing you have to do to get the job and it has to be something that no one else has done and it has to set you apart everybody else. Do you know what that one thing is?
Every person is working from the same 'How to interview' manuals and they are all reciting the same answers to the same questions. What does all this do for an interviewee. Nothing at all. It just levels the playing field for all involved and the person who got luckiest gets the job.
The question no longer is what are good interview questions to ask. This is a given and ought to be researched and prepared for and yes of course have your clothes cleaned, crisp fresh and ready to go. You also need those shoes shining and a fresh haircut and a splash of fragrance (I said a SPLASH) wont hurt either.
The new found question is, with all applicants coming in like a herd of sheep right out of the cookie cutter 'How to Interview for Job' school or book, how do I set myself apart so that I can be the person who remains in the interviewers mind and get that "Your Hired" call.
I can tell you now it wont be the haircut, although it may look good. It wont be the fragrance yet they may ask what fragrance you are wearing. It wont be the the designer suit or shoes although they may compliment your taste in style. So you ask what will it be?
It will be something they have not at all seen before. Something that paints a picture in their mind unlike some mundane answering of routine questions. It will be the person who paints that picture for them and shows them how they fit into that picture. You know a real outside the box thinker.
You ask how can I do this. I wont go into it here but you will certainly learn what this 1 thing is on my site.
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