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Featured Book: How to Be Successful at Interviews: An In-Depth Guide on Interviewing, Answering Questions, and Putting Your Best Foot Forward by

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Title: How to Be Successful at Interviews

Subtitle:   An In-Depth Guide on Interviewing, Answering Questions, and Putting Your Best Foot Forward

Author: Ernest Enabulele

Genre: Non-Fiction/Business/Money/Careers

Format: eBook, & paperback 

Publisher: Ernest Enabulele

Pages:   64 pages

Publication Date: July 1, 2018

Synopsis:

First impressions are never more important than when you’re interviewing for that dream job, college internship, or next step up the corporate ladder. But knowing how to present yourself, what information to share, and how to answer the tough questions doesn’t come easy to everyone.

That’s why author Ernest Enabulele created How to Be Successful at Interviews, an in-depth guide on how to provide to recruiters, HR departments, and potential bosses why you’re the right person for the job.

This book is designed to give you the secrets behind the crazy questions that will be throwing your way, how to respond with the right answers and body language, and how you can prove that you’re the perfect candidate with authentic and strategic responses that create an exciting, motivational interviewing process.

In How to Be Successful at Interviews you’ll learn exactly what it takes to be an eye-catching interviewee, as well as how to:

 

    • Think Quickly and Critically About Interview Questions
    • Showcase and Highlight Your Skills, Aptitudes, and Strengths
    • Carefully Avoid Pitfalls and Trap Questions
    • Navigate Structured and Behavioral Questions
    • Describe Yourself, Your Goals, and Your Passions
    • Explain Your Personal Strengths and Weakness
    • Handle Criticism, Deadlines, Milestones, and Targets
    • Present Your Desire to Work “There”
    • And So Much More!

If you’re looking for the best interview guide to help you with your next job interview or personal meeting, or you just want to ensure you create a strong first impression, How to Be Successful at Interviews will help you learn how to sell yourself and prove your worth to recruiters, show people why you’re the best person for the job, and give you the confidence to land the job or opportunity you want.

Be prepared for every out-of-the-box question, every intense 1-on-1, and stressful situation by picking up your own copy of How to Be Successful at Interviews today and be prepared to ace your next interview and be the candidate they’ve been looking to hire.

 

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Featured YA Book: The Journey of Praying Frog

 

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Title:   The Journey of Praying Frog

Author: Marc Zirogiannis

Genre: Fiction/Young Adult Fiction/Spiritual

Format: eBook, paperback, & Audio

Publisher:  Taekwondo Life Magazine

Pages:   32 pages

Publication Date: December 15, 2017

Synopsis:  Praying Frog is a common frog who goes on an uncommon adventure in search of his purpose in life. This powerful novella takes the reader on a journey of discovery into the true meaning of life. As Praying Frog overcomes adversity in search of his purpose, we discover a lot about ourselves and our own quest for purpose. This book delivers an important message in an easily readable and enjoyable format.

 

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Featured Book: Uncommon Sense: A Theory of Human Purpose

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Title:   Uncommon Sense: A Theory of Human Purpose

Author: JR Miller

Genre: Fiction

Format: eBook & paperback

Publisher:  Page Publishing, Inc.

Pages:   251pages

Publication Date: June 17, 2016

Synopsis:  If anything matters, this book is a good beginning point for any subject of significance, i.e.: Life, Liberty, pursuit of happiness, etc., etc. 

From a Recent 3 Star Review:
“I found the first part of this book complex reading and I really had to slow down while reading to understand fully what was presented, but sticking with it the second part made me ponder a lot of what was being said. This book shares a lot of interesting topics and allows the reader to think outside the box.”

 

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