How To Be Successful In Any Job Interview: Powerful Covert Technique

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Keep reading. I’m about to show you how to gain control over an interviewer or panel at a job interview, and leave the room making them desperate to hire YOU.

What I’m about to reveal with actual phrases you can learn and use straight away isn’t going to be quite like anything you have seen before about getting through job interviews. This is a proven method of persuasion that, once mastered, can take you from the penny-pinching job you hate to the lucrative cash-machine job you love.

Do you want to learn how to get the job you desire? Let’s go…

I’m going to take two extremely common job interview questions, plus one thing for you to ask at the end of the interview. Now, this is important. Although I’m going to give you specific examples – and there’s a good chance you can use these – it is the principle and technique that I want you to understand. Once you get this, you’ll be able to unleash this method whenever you want.

First common interview question:

Q: What are your strengths?

A: I’m well motivated. When you need me to step up to the plate, I’m there, and I’m always ready and willing to learn new skills.

Second common interview question:

Q: What are your weaknesses?

A: When I become aware of a weakness, I see it as there is a golden opportunity in me to further develop my skills and knowledge. I do this through training or from my colleagues. Some people say I’m too persistent.

And lastly, when the interview is over and you are asked if you have any questions…

“If you offer me the job, when will you call me?”

Now, let me highlight some key words embedded in these phrases.

“I’m well motivated. When you need me to step up to the plate, I’m there, and I’m always ready and willing to learn new skills.”

“When I become aware of a weakness, I see it as there is a golden opportunity in me to further develop my skills and knowledge. I do this through training or from my colleagues. Some people say I’m too persistent.”

“If you offer me the job, when will you call me?”

As you are talking, and naturally using your hands or “mannerisms” as they are sometimes called, every time you say the embedded words I have highlighted, gently lay your hand out flat on the table. Just for those words, nothing else.

This subtly marks the commands out from the rest of the sentences. Superficially, they hear the whole thing, which is a fine answer in itself, but beneath their conscious thought, they hear…

“you need me”

“there’s a golden opportunity in me”

“offer me the job”

These phrases bypass the conscious part of the brain, and become as embedded in the minds of the interviewers as much as the knowledge they have of how to change gears in their car. They won’t think about it – they’ll just DO IT!

This subtle but powerful technique has been tested over and over again and it works.

Imagine knowing how to bombard an interviewer with commands without them knowing it. Imagine controlling the interview and simply giving instructions embedded into each answer you say.

You can do it. Want to know how?