The Ultimate Guide to Job Interview Answers


The Ultimate Guide to Job Interview Answers


Go Into Your Next Job Interview With More Optimism, and Better Possibilities!

✔ Download 177 Proven Answers to Job Interview Questions.

Introducing… The Ultimate Guide to Job Interview Answers


Discover inside The Ultimate Guide to Job Interview Answers over 177 MODERN, TRUST-BUILDING, EMOTIONALLY-INTELLIGENT, and TOTALLY PERSUASIVE interview-answers designed to help you warmly and confidently answer the difficult questions you can expect given the HR behavioral hiring practices of today’s complex business world.

Read these sample answers. In less than 7 minutes you should be able to learn how to:

  • How to “Package & Spin” your work experience so it’s the perfect fit for the-job.
  • Become more CONFIDENT in your self-presentation — easily calm nerves or fear.
  • Weave desirable behavioral competencies into your-answers. – (important!)
  • Use professional words & phrases to communicate your value.
  • Talk about your strengths and past successes in a convincing way.
  • Discover the best questions for YOU to ask to show them you’re smart and engaged.
  • Tell them exactly what they want to hear — so you GET HIRED!

Are You Prepared For Tricky Job-Interview Questions Like These?? …

  1. Why did you leave your last-job?
  2. Have you ever been fired or forced to resign?
  3. Why have you had so many-jobs in such a short period of time?
  4. Can you explain this gap in your employment history?
  5. Why should we hire YOU? — What can you do for us that someone else cannot?
  6. What would you hope to accomplish in your first 90 days here?
  7. Give me an example of a problem you faced on the-job, and tell me how you solved it.
  8. What was your role in your department’s most recent success?
  9. Share some examples of how you’ve been able to motivate other people.
  10. Tell me about a time when you had to use your presentation skills to influence someone’s opinion … How did you prepare? … What was the outcome?
  11. Walk me through the steps you took to reach an important long-term goal.
  12. What’s your biggest weakness? Give some examples of areas where you need to improve.
  13. Describe a decision you made that was unpopular, and how you handled implementing it.
  14. How do you go about learning new technical skills? …

Each and every one of the questions above is answered in “The Ultimate Guide to Job Interview Answers”.

The Ultimate Guide to Job Interview Answers gives you tested, proven, competency-based-answers for any type of situational or behavioral interview-question you may face.

You’ll have a professional, smooth, and convincing-answer for any possible question … even the ones most people worry about.

“All of the-answers are broken down into simple terms — so you can learn quickly and easily — no matter what your abilities or experience level.”


Each example in The Ultimate Guide to Job Interview Answers begins with a discussion of the question, the reasons why they are asking it, and what they probably want to hear in your response.

Read this carefully:

FOR EVERY QUESTION you may face, the The Ultimate Guide to Job Interview Answers gives you several word-for-word example-answers to choose from — and customize to make your own. You’ll have the templates & the strategic formula for coming up with your own convincing-answers — based on your own personality & your own personal work experience … There are over 80 behavioral interview-questions covered, with 177 example-answers that work for any type of job.

This is how you get hired. Listen to the following question:

✔ Give me an example of a problem you faced on the-job, and tell me how you solved it.

STRATEGY: The problem you select to use as an example should be as similar as possible to a problem you are likely to face at your new-job. 1) Identify their “pain points” or current challenges you think they might be facing, 2) explain the POSITIVE OUTCOME and MEASURABLE RESULTS you achieved by solving a similar problem at your last-job, then 3) get them to agree with you that your experience in that area is exactly what they’re looking for.

• Here’s the basic formula: (read this carefully)

“Sure, at my last job we had a problem where the situation was “X” … the action I took was “Y” … and the positive outcome was “Z” … In an email to the entire team I was praised by Susan, the Project Manager, for solving the problem and cutting costs about 15% for that project. We were also able to deliver in about ⅔ the time it would have taken us otherwise. What I learned from the situation was “ABC.” I think that’s the type of experience you are looking to bring to your team, isn’t it?”

• Learn how to cite personal success-metrics (numbers, percentages, fractions) that you contributed to achieving at the past few-jobs on your résumé or CV.

These training materials reveal several ways of coming up with “measurable proof” numbers that are based on your own past work experience & achievements. You’ll discover it’s as easy as fill-in-the-blanks to create your proof — and it’s SO effective in getting your interviewers to buy in to your potential & your value as an employee. You’ll have powerful statements like this that you can deliver with confidence:

“I think my experience with [Company XYZ] in cutting costs 30% / saving 20 man-hours of work per week / increasing revenue by 14% / getting the job-done about 50% faster / decreasing turn-around time by ⅓ / helping customers 20% more of the time is the type of experience that will help me succeed in this role …”

“… Plus my strengths in [industry knowledge / time management / goal-setting / teamwork / empowering others / persuasive presentations / partnering & negotiating / innovation & creativity / strategic leadership / special skill ] really make me a strong candidate.” (Don’t be bashful — You’ve gotta say stuff like this!)

… then get them to agree with you:

“You’d agree that having this type of experience would probably help me succeed in this position … wouldn’t you?” (say it with a smile)

“Would that type of problem-solving experience be relevant to this-job?”

Here’s a more fully formed example answer to the above question:

“When facing problems on the-job I try to take a systematic approach. I think it’s important to clarify the problem first and get as much information as I can by collaborating with important stakeholders, BEFORE I start proposing possible solutions. I also try to think about what the best possible outcome might look like. FOR EXAMPLE, when I was at Company XYZ … (use one of your S.O.A.R.L. Stories here) … and the result was about a 15% increase in cost-savings for that project. What types of challenges are you currently facing in your department? … What might I do to help you solve those problems in my first couple months on the-job here?”

… See how you followed up your-answer with a great question about THEIR needs? — Smart.

✔ Ever feel nervous, awkward, or self-conscious in your-interviews? … Most folks do. You are not alone. Don’t get embarrassed — get prepared!

“This download shows you several very specific methods and exercises to stop negative feelings and communicate naturally; with warmth and confidence.”

When you do a great-interview, you get the job offer.

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The Ultimate Guide to Job Interview Answers