Author Archives: Don Georgevich

You’re Fired! So WHAT – How to Handle Getting Fired, Laid off, or Terminated

…Accept Responsibility for what happened to you. Most people, when they go into an interview and they try to explain why they were fired, terminated or laid off…

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4 Smart Things to Say and Do on Your Interview

Have you ever interviewed for a job and you didn’t get it? Yeah, welcome to the club. A lot of people have; including me. Let’s face it; getting hired for a job is not easy. If that was, everybody have a job. But some people seem to be better at interviewing and getting hired for jobs than others.

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Getting Jobs at Small Companies (when you came from a BIG one)

Transcript of video below: I was working with one of my clients the other day and he told me that he was doing great in his interview process and everything was moving along real smooth and then he ran into a snag. The interviewer said, “It looks like you used to work for a 2…

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How to Give Straight Forward Answers to Interview Questions

And in this video I’m going to teach you how to answer any questions without talking too much. Some people have a problem where they like to just rattle on in the interview and it’s just blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah. And they never know when to stop talking. In the interview they never know if they’d given their interviewer enough information. And that’s mainly the key.

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When is the Right Time to Counter a Job Offer?

There’s no one right way to negotiate; people automatically think that negotiation is about getting more money. It’s not.

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How to Calm Your Nervous Interview Jitters

So, what you want to do is find out what it is about you that makes you nervous. Is it a lack of experience? I mean, let’s say you’re interviewing for a job and you don’t really have the experience for it and you’re afraid they’re going to ask you questions that reveal that you don’t have the experience. If that’s the case, then you need to educate yourself in that area that you’re interviewing for so that you’re more familiar with some of the terminology that they might be using in this interview and that you would be using on this job if they hired you.

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Never Ask These Question in a Job Interview

The best interview questions focus on what the applicant can do for the company, not what the company can do for the applicant. So, before you ask any question, ask yourself, is this a “Me type” question. So, let’s look at some “Me type” questions.

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12 Great Questions to Ask on a Job Interview

So, how do you know what’s a good question to ask? Well, you want to ask questions that are going to help you make a decision about whether you want this job or not. If it doesn’t, then it’s not a good question. Now, I created another video on this topic; just the opposite; “Question Not to Ask in an Interview” and those are all the ‘Me type’ questions and you can watch that video. I’ll probably posted at the end of this one. But in this video, we’re just going to focus on questions to ask that are going to help you make a decision about whether you want to work there or not.

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3 Brilliant Tips to Succeed in a Job Interview

When you go into an interview, you want to quantify your results when you’re talking about your accomplishments. So, let me tell you what I mean by that….

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The Secret to Giving Strong Answers to Behavioral Questions

The following content is a transcript of everything I say in the video.   If you have a behavioral interview coming up, well then, you are in the right place. Because today, I am going to help you pass it and here’s how. I’m going to cover with you my Five Bulletproof Strategies for Passing…

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