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Is anyone available to help advise/guide as I prepare for my first interview ....mission accomplished - amazing response!

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Matt Motsko Chesapeake, VA

Response has been overwhelming....than you.

17 June 2019 8 replies Interviews

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James Harper Cave Creek, AZ

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Good luck. She worked wonders for me.

LTC (Ret) James Harper

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Bob Molluro Wilmington, DE

Matt I have trained 19 people to become "Killer Interviewers". Everyone has gotten their acceptance to college or grad school, the job or the promotion they have been seeking. We would need to schedule a one hour conference call. Email me at ramco1@verizon.net.
Warmly, Bob Molluro

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Sharon Parker Roanoke, TX

Matt, thanks for your service! I would be glad to help - available any time Monday. Please let me know if you still want advice / guidance and what time works for you. Send answers and resume to sharon.parker@charter.net - thanks!

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Sharon Parker Roanoke, TX

Matt, thanks for your service! I would be glad to help - available any time Monday. Please let me know if you still want advice / guidance and what time works for you. Send answers and resume to sharon.parker@charter.net - thanks!

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Henry ("Dr. Hank") Stevens Fort Lauderdale, FL

As time is short, I've got a little different take from those of my fellow respondents . . . . . I strongly prefer candidates who relate their TALENTS to the demands of the available position. That is, someone with an appropriate education tells me that they CAN learn. Someone with appropriate experience tells me that they have an inkling about the tasks associated with the job. But, someone with the talents necessary to do the job tells me that this job opportunity is what they want to do and are naturally good at it.

Thus, think in terms of aligning your talents with the demands of the job. Sell to the talent.

If you do not know what your native talents are, perhaps this FREE assessment will help: http://www.humanmetrics.com/hr/jtypesresult.aspx

If you need help with better understanding the assessment, feel free to contact me off channel at hlstevens42@gmail.com

Be sure to include the letter and percents associated with each.

Dr. Hank

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Jo Prabhu Long Beach, CA

Hello Matt, I will be delighted to help. I would prefer it if you first emailed me your resume with your contact information + the job description and I will email back a list of interview do's and don'ts, You don't mention if your upcoming Wed interview is over the phone or in-person but the former is much more difficult as its more targeted and less time for pleasantries. I am in California and prefer texting to set up a date and time to do a mock-up.
Email: jprabhu@1800JobQuest.com

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Ron Sinicki Hillsboro, OR

I too can help. I have a background in facilities engineering. I am only available 6/18 (afternoon, PST) and 6/19. Email me at ronald.a.sinicki@intel.com

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Rob Brown Charlotte, NC

Matt-glad to help out. Please email me at Rob.brown8964@gmail.com and we can find a mutually convenient time.

-Rob

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