Monday, April 14, 2014

Get "Knock Em Dead Job Interview" FREE on Amazon Kindle This Week

My gift to you April 13th - 19th
You can get a free copy of the Kindle version of  Knock Em Dead Job Interview this week on Amazon.com. 

If you are like 99.9% of all other professionals, you have less experience turning job interviews into job offers than you have with any other essential professional skill. Knock ’em Dead Job Interview will turn this weakness into strength, giving you a set of invaluable skills that you will use to sustain your professional growth and stability throughout the balance of your career.

You’ll learn how to prepare for job interviews and pick up tips for answering over 300 of the most frequently asked interview questions, including behavioral questions. You won’t get canned answers, but rather an explanation of the thinking behind each question, and a preparation methodology that ensures you’ll always know how best to answer truthfully and effectively.


With no filler and not a word wasted, Knock ’em Dead Job Interview 
answers hundreds of questions and every page is packed with tactics that will work for you at any job interview.  You’ll learn how to prepare  for interviews, how to turn phone interviews into face-to-face interviews, and how to dress for success on the big day. Interview shows you how to turn job interviews into job offers and paychecks, increasing your professional success and financial stability. 

Click HERE to download your FREE copy today. Please tell your friends and share the offer with your social networks - the offer expires at Midnight on April 19th.

Don't own a Kindle? You can download a free Kindle ap on almost any modern computer or cellphone HERE.


He’s really just about the best in the business.”
-       ALL Business, Dun & Bradstreet

No job hunter can afford to bypass the Knock 'em Dead books.”
-       Tony Lee Wall Street Journal

I truly respect Martin Yate's work. His Knock 'em Dead job search books have set a standard for clear and effective advice.”
-     Amy Lindgren, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Martin is brilliant when it comes to his depth and breadth of expertise, he stands above the rest when it comes to his knowledge of career issues.”
    -   Chris Duncan, Director - Customer Operations, CareerBuilder.com



Wednesday, April 9, 2014

A free gift for you - no strings attached

CLICK HERE FOR
 YOUR FREE COPY
You can get a FREE Kindle edition of “Knock Em Dead Secrets & Strategies for Success in an Uncertain World” from Amazon.com, from now until Sunday, April 13th at midnight.

Whether your concern is resumes, job search, turning interviews into offers, job security, climbing the ladder of success, choosing or changing careers, pursuing your dreams, or owning your own business, Knock ’em Dead: Secrets & Strategies gives you a unique blueprint for success.Tribune media has called it, “The career book of the year.”




Click HERE to download your FREE copy today. Please tell your friends and share the offer with your social networks - the offer expires at Midnight on April 13th.

Don't own a Kindle? You can download a free Kindle ap on almost any modern computer or cellphone HERE.




He’s really just about the best in the business.”
-       ALL Business, Dun & Bradstreet

No job hunter can afford to bypass the Knock 'em Dead books.”
-       Tony Lee Wall Street Journal

I truly respect Martin Yate's work. His Knock 'em Dead job search books have set a standard for clear and effective advice.”
-       Amy Lindgren, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Martin is brilliant when it comes to his depth and breadth of expertise, he stands above the rest when it comes to his knowledge of career issues.”
  -     Chris Duncan, Director - Customer Operations, CareerBuilder.com








Thursday, March 27, 2014

Successfully Navigate Age Discrimination on the Interview

Martin Yate CPC
NY Times Bestseller
Professional Resume Service
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Come across as secure and confident,
not a know-it-all
Concerned about age discrimination? No matter how young you feel inside, it is self-defeating to believe that no one is going to see that you look nearer to sixty than to thirty. This commentary is intended for that person who still has the need to compete and who intends to fight a vigorous rearguard action, doing whatever he or she can do to minimize the negative impact of age discrimination.

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

College Seniors: Don't Stay Too Long at the Party

Martin Yate CPC
NY Times Bestseller
Professional Resume Services
Do you want to be
this guy in 10 years?
 A while ago, a 30-something began hanging out with our twenty-somethings. To them, he was cool and worldy-wise. This was surprising to us, as he had clearly gone, and was going nowhere, with his life. This was evidenced by his attitudes, his personal grooming, his body language, and his indefinable air that suggested he knew it. His response to his predicament had been to struggle to maintain his life of 12/15 years ago. I was both baffled and irritated that our offspring seemed to be idolizing this poster child for underachievement.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

The Top Five Career-Destroying Mistakes New Grads Make

Are you taking
control of your destiny?
Martin Yate CPC
NY Times Bestseller
Professional Resume Services
You are at the start of what will be a 50-year work life and will likely change jobs about every four years. In addition, you may well have three or more distinct careers during your lifetime. You are the first generation to grow up with the technology that is now shaping every aspect of life throughout the globe. The opportunities in your future are limited only by your willingness to pursue them.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Win Job Offers With Quality References

How can you help your references
help you?
Martin Yate CPC
NY Times Bestseller
Professional Resume Services
Resumes win interviews, so like most people your job search has probably focused on writing and tweaking your resume and landing job interviews. You probably haven't given your references much thought, but in a tough job market, strong references help win job offers. How can you be certain that your references will seal the deal, not blow it away?

Thursday, February 27, 2014

The Importance of Primary and Supportive Communication Skills

What are the four supportive communication
 skills, and how adept are yours?
Martin Yate CPC
NY Times Bestseller
Professional Resume Services
George Bernard Shaw said: “The greatest problem in communication is the illusion that it has been accomplished.” Every professional job today demands good communication skills, but what are they?