The Interview Master Guide is jam packed with job getting tactics including over 110 job interview questions you could face (both traditional and behavioral) along with perfect answers to each, the traps to avoid and an in depth discussion breaking down exactly what the hiring manager is looking for with each question and a ton more...

Hello job seeker!

I'm glad to see you are taking your job search seriously and are looking to take steps to becoming a "Master" of the interview room.

Hi, it’s Jeff & Mike. We need to ask you a very important question:

Are you TRULY prepared for your job interview…?

Are you ABSOLUTELY sure about that?

Are you sure you’re ready to answer any one of the hundreds of possible interview questions that the hiring manager can throw at you, including tough behavioral questions?

Remember, they’re going to be asking for a ridiculous amount of job-specific information. They’re going to be asking you about your past successes, described in detail. You need to provide stats. Numbers. Names of people you worked with. They’re going to want to know specific dates. They’ll want to know successes. Failures. Processes.

You need to be able to include these details in your answers to the difficult questions they throw at you.

question-mark-smallest "Why is there a gap in your resume?"

question-mark-smallest "You don't have all of the skills and experience for this job. How do you intend to make for all your shortcomings?"

question-mark-smallest "Tell me about a time you had to gain the cooperation of a group over which you had little or no authority. What did you do and how effective were you?"

 

question-mark-smallest "Tell me about yourself..." (Sounds simple, but almost everybody screws this one up)

question-mark-smallest "What is your greatest weakness?" (Don't let this one scare you. We give you a specific way to answer this)

question-mark-smallest "What kind of salary are you looking for?" (One small slip on this one and you can be out of the running in an instant)

question-mark-smallest "Why have you had so many jobs in the span of a few years?" (Learn our strategic approach to this question. Prove your reliability)

question-mark-smallest "Why should we hire you?" (An opportunity to sell yourself that most people miss)

question-mark-smallest "Why were you let go from your last job?" (Oh oh... Get this one wrong and it's curtains for your chances)

question-mark-smallest "What would your last boss say about you?" (Remember they can find out, so you have to play this one carefully)

question-mark-smallest "What can you do for us that no else can?" (You better be able to back it up. Are you prepared to answer this one strategically?)

question-mark-smallest "What would you say to your boss if he told you to do something that was wrong. and you knew that if you did it there would be sever consequences?"

question-mark-smallest "Tell me about a time you were able to successfully get a job done even when you were working with a person you had conflicts with..."

question-mark-smallest "Tell me about a time when you made a mistake that affected a client adversely and how you coped with it..."

question-mark-smallest "Recall a time you used logic to save your company money..."

question-mark-smallest "Give me an example of a situation in which personality conflicts threatened to derail a project and how you coped with that..."

question-mark-smallest "Describe a time you had to bring two departments together to work more effectively with each other..."

question-mark-smallest "Tell me about a time when you counseled an employee to improve his or her performance but your efforts to help failed..."

question-mark-smallest "Describe a time you presented ideas to a group of people with varying needs and personalities..."

Look, we know how demoralizing and difficult that preparing for a job interview can be. Especially now that you know the level of interview questions the hiring manager is going to level at you...

If you're anything like we were, you've probably found yourself scouring the internet, studying and analyzing the company and staying up all night worrying about what questions you will face.

It can be an absolute nightmare!

That’s why we’ve done the heavy lifting for you. We’ve condensed everything we know about interviews into one place...

The Interview Master Guide is your step-by-ste