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
Winning Job Interviews,
Love Your Job! Loving The Job You Have, Finding A Job You Love.
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About the Author
Since enrolling in graduate school in 2009, I had spent an astonishing amount of time in the pursuit of work in my specific field. I continued to hear more stories from friends, family, and acquaintances that experienced the shame, anger, and lowered self-worth that comes with continued rejection and an inability to provide for oneself. The decision to write the book “The Job Inner-View” came to me as sort of an epiphany one morning in late 2012, as I wanted to write about all the different successful and creative methods I used to find work in hopes that it could help encourage and inspire millions of other unemployed Americans. Throughout the course of writing my book, I was able to interview various well known and highly experienced employers; gaining both insight and feedback on how one should go about finding work in today’s economy, as well as recurring similarities in success stories from employees I interviewed who found work.
A major concern that seems to go unaddressed with job searching today has to do with the exceptionally fast degree to which technology has advanced, which I believe BOTH employers/employees alike are struggling to catch up with for various reasons. Many companies now use computers to sort through specific keywords to sift through the thousands of resumes they receive a week. Typical job seekers spend hours filling out application after application and will hardly hear back from a human being in order to establish a quality connection, which research shows is essentially why people are hired for jobs. My mission has been to create an innovative way for both employees/employers to connect more quickly and proficiently. One of several methods I currently use to carry this out is my blog site and
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TheJobInnerview where I share success stories of newly hired individuals, as well as postings from both jobs offered/needed from mutual contacts and friends of mine to help bring people together through social networking. I also began contacting Universities and spoke to graduate students in helping prepare them with tools for finding work upon graduating.
~ Scott Engler
Author of “The Job Inner-View”
“When we give from a place of love, rather than a place of expectation, more usually comes back to us than we could have ever imagined.” ~ Susan Jeffers