The Job-getting Formula simplifies everything about getting a high-paying job into practical step-by-step answers to 5 KEY questions, which are ALWAYS on the mind of hiring managers and hiring decision makers. Here are the 5 BIG QUESTIONS employers use to assess a candidate's FITNESS for a job position: 1.Big Question 1: Are you PASSIONATE and WILLING to fit into the high-paying job, more than any other candidate? 2.Big Question 2: Do you know the prospective employer's PROBLEMS and DESIRES, better than any other candidate? 3.Big Question 3: Can you DELIVER RESULTS, despite on-the-job challenges, better than any other candidate? 4.Big Question 4: Can you CONTACT the employer and let them know you can deliver results, better than any other candidate? 5.Big Question 5: Can you PROVE, in an interview, that you are fit for the job, better than any other candidate? The degree of success with which you can practically answer ALL FIVE questions determines your chances of getting the Job. 5 BIG Reasons Why Most People Fail To Get the High-paying Job They Want... And How To Avoid Making The Same Mistakes 1.Reason #1: Employers are looking for passionate and service-dedicated A-players who are driven to deliver results, and who would do anything creative and unconventional to qcrackq high-demand skill opportunities and get the jobs they are passionate about. Most job seekers lack the passion, drive and energy for the jobs they go after, thereby violating Big Question 1 of the Job-getting Formula. In Step 1 of this book, you'll learn the secret mindset and winning habits that will offer you qinsuranceq against failure in getting the high-paying job you want. 2.Reason #2: Most people DO NOT take time to investigate the problem of the prospective employer before applying for the job - they therefore send out generic resumes and cover letters, which confirm that they do not have a clue about the employer's problems. Again, violating Big Question 2 of the Job-getting Formula. In Step 2 of this book, you'll learn what I call the qGold Digger's Approachq for figuring out the exact problem, for which an employer is willing to pay you, as high as possible, to solve. 3.Reason #3: Most job seekers send out weak and mediocre resumes and cover letters that DO NOT market and sell their in-demand skills and accomplishments to the employer - instead, these portray them as incompetent qpaycheck mongersq who can't deliver results. This violates Big Question 3 of the Job-getting Formula. In Step 3 of this book, you'll learn how to combine over 12 Rules of Influence and other qbad-assq techniques to FORCE a hiring manager (or hiring decision maker) to call you for an interview. 4.Reason #4: Most job seekers, despite great skills, experience and qualifications, may fall short of the courage (fear of rejection), skills, and techniques of directly contacting informants, in order rip off vital information regarding problems faced by employers, on one hand; and meet hiring managers to sell their in-demand skills, on the other hand. This violates Big Question 4. In Step 4 of this book, I will show you how to contact a hiring manager, head of department or hiring decision maker... in a way that makes them see you as competent, confident and qmatureq for the high-paying job you want. 5.Reason #5: Most job seekers, who succeed to get to the interview stage, fail to prove their worth as marketed and sold by their resume and cover letter. This is because they lack insider knowledge about the interviewing techniques and psychology used by recruiters, hiring managers and hiring decision makers for judging candidates. This directly violates Big Question 5, and stops them from passing an interview and getting a high-paying job that offers the great lifestyle benefits they want. In Step 5 of this book, I will reveal over 190 toughest interview questions as well as the psychology, rules, formulas and techniques for answering them.In Step 5 of this book, I will reveal over 190 toughest interview questions as well as the psychology, rules, formulas and techniques for answering them.
|Title||:||The Job-Getting Formula|
|Author||:||Sylvester A. Nkongho|