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The Job Inner-View

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Summary

The vast majority of folks approach job interviews with emotions ranging from mere nervousness to fear and dread. The anxiety most job candidates feel as they anticipate an interview is natural because there is so much at stake.  This is really too bad because they can be the open door through which you can move more directly, more efficiently, and more enjoyably toward a job and career you love.

Experienced job candidates have learned that when their anxiety is reduced their interview performance improves and that is what The Job InnerView is all about - improving your job interviewing skills.  The two keys to undercutting job interview anxiety are information and action. 

In The Job InnerView author Scott Engler provides information that is commonsensical but not commonly found, engagingly presented and easily absorbed as well as the practical ideas you can use to put that information to work.

Like a good friend, a supportive mentor, or a skilled coach The Job InnerView will both challenge you and encourage you to become your own most skilled advocate in pursuit of one job after another on a career path that provides engagement and satisfaction.  If this is the kind of work life - the kind of career - you truly desire turn the page.

Dr. Paul Powers
Author:
Winning Job Interviews,
Love Your Job! Loving The Job You Have, Finding A Job You Love.
 

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