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According to studies, a hiring decision is made in the first few minutes of the interview based on a first impression. With that in mind, here are a few tips to help you make a great first impression and ace your next interview.

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Five tips for following up after the interview. 1) It is important to determine an appropriate call back date 2) The thank you note 3) What to say, what not to say 4) What to do if you do not receive an immediate response… 5) Maintaining cordial relations even if you don’t receive an offer

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PrestonMars AT gmail.com This interview video is expressly for resume clients of Preston Mars. All rights and content are the expressed property of Preston Mars and Bladedancer Media. A job Interview is the most important step in the process of getting a new job. Like most things, there are good and bad ways to make a great impression. Interviewing is something most job seekers never practice because it is a rarely utilized skill. We do not do it often enough to warrant practicing it. If you are viewing this, I have carefully prepared your resume. You have immediate separation from other candidates that do not have the same advantage as you. However, this is only a beginning. If you have an interview to go on, the resume has fulfilled its function – to open a door. The rest is up to you. This forty minute video details many vital things you must do before going on an interview. Take careful notes and follow-through on the tips and tactics. Most of a process that seems so stressful to many people is something you can be prepared for in advance. This takes the edge off and you can be confident and be yourself. Practice answering questions and getting impressions from friends or loved ones. Get them to critique your performance and be brutally honest with you. Employers are more selective than they have ever been. You cannot be over-prepared for one or multiple interviews. This is the best way to know if you are prepared for the rigors of the modern interview. The

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JCA Members: John Allison, Brad Anderson, David Park, Tom Stemberg, Mike Whalen and Stephen Zelnak were interviewed by John Stossel on 12/2/11. Topics addresses were the mission of JCA, the BLS jobs report and government regulations. Part 1 of 3

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Lonnie displays three different ways to answer the question, “Why do you want this job” during this small business mock interview. Here you will watch 1 Sigma (not competitive), 3 Sigma (competitive) and 5 Sigma (exceptional) answers, with commentary following each response highlighting the pros and cons of each answer.

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Author, Joanne Robinson discusses her new book He Loves Me Not? and answers some commonly challenging issues for Christian singles dating.

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Selling yourself in a job interview is the ultimate goal that is achieved through an impressive resume and professional presentation. Sell yourself to a potential employer with tips from an executive business manager in thisfree video on career information. Expert: Gloria Dixon Campbell Bio: Gloria Dixon Campbell has an executive MBA in management from the University of South Florida, and a BA in Sociology from the University of West Florida. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

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Executives Network President and CEO Molly Wendell shares her job-networking tips on PCT 26 (Pacific Community Television) on March 28, 2008. The show is titled, “You’re Hired!”

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Getting the job you want could very well depend on how you answer questions in an interview. This brief video offers tips on how to put a positive spin on your biggest weakness without sounding cliché.

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