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All Articles Written By: Carole Martin

1.   Interview Coaching: A Home-Based Business on the Cutting Edge by Carole Martin
    You name it - Blackberry, Skype Connection, Cell Phone, iPhone - these are the tools of this trade. Who would believe that someone with a home-based business could reach out to someone in a far away country and work with a client via a Blackberry and a cell phone?
    Distributed: 2007-08-24 13:36:00 | Word Count: 1400 | Page Views: 3461 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 3.86
2.   No Time To Prepare For The Job Interview? A Three-Day Countdown to Interview Success by Carole Martin
    You didn't see it coming – at least not this fast. The call came in last night and you have until Friday to prepare for that important interview – and today is Tuesday. What to do!! Don't panic. You can prepare in three days by using this step-by-step guide.
    Distributed: 2007-05-04 14:24:00 | Word Count: 1234 | Page Views: 3404 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.83
3.   The Salary Negotiation Dance During A Job Interview by Carole Martin
    To perform the job interview salary negotiation dance steps, you must have a good sense of balance. Knowing your value and your worth will help you feel more confident about staying in step during the salary negotiation process. The employer takes the lead and you follow, staying with the rhythm. You move together through the interview process; aware of the other, taking care not to step on one another. The salary negotiation dance is never confrontational or harsh, but smooth and in harmony.
    Distributed: 2007-04-10 11:24:00 | Word Count: 640 | Page Views: 3172 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.83
4.   Interviewing And The Electric Toothbrush by Carole Martin
    Many electric toothbrushes have a shut off mechanism that turns off the toothbrush after two minutes of brushing – which is the time that someone decided was enough teeth-brushing for any one period.
    Distributed: 2007-01-18 11:48:00 | Word Count: 697 | Page Views: 2900 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 3.56
5.   The Job Interview Is Not Just About The Job Duties by Carole Martin
    "CAN HE DO THE JOB? The first item of business for an interviewer to determine is if you have the qualifications to perform the duties of the job. That is the basic part of interviewing - to determine if the qualifications and experiences fit the requirements of the position.
    Distributed: 2006-10-31 13:00:00 | Word Count: 657 | Page Views: 3092 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.55
6.   10 Killer Job Interview Questions and Answers by Carole Martin
    Behind every interview question there is a concern or another question. Your job is to process the question thinking about what the interviewer's concern might be. In other words, why is the interviewer asking you this question?
    Distributed: 2006-10-04 12:36:00 | Word Count: 1094 | Page Views: 19777 | Votes: 75 | Rating: 2.47
7.   Questions You Should Ask During The Job Interview by Carole Martin
    At some point, usually at the conclusion of the interview, you may be asked, "Do you have any questions?" A common answer to this question is, "No, I think you've covered everything very well." This is the wrong answer!
    Distributed: 2006-09-14 14:12:00 | Word Count: 680 | Page Views: 10513 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 2.79
8.   Pieces of Gold in Those Job Postings by Carole Martin
    Job Postings are "pieces of gold." They are your customer's wish lists. Any sales person would tell you that in order to sell someone something you have to know what they need. Read through job postings to find out what your customer (the employer) is looking for - what is the need?
    Distributed: 2006-06-22 12:00:00 | Word Count: 452 | Page Views: 5142 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.00
9.   Assessing Your Skills: What Makes You Different from All the Others? by Carole Martin
    Make yourself stand out from the competition. The three skills categories. Put the 3 P's of marketing to work for you.
    Distributed: 2005-11-30 17:46:28 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 980 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 1.00
10.   Three Common Deadly Mistakes Made In Job Interviews by Carole Martin
    Since no two interviews are alike it is difficult to be prepared for the unexpected. You can however focus on your presentation skills which may be even more important than what you have to say.
    Distributed: 2005-10-14 08:37:22 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 727 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
11.   The Offer Is Not Always As Good As It Looks by Carole Martin
    Whether you negotiate a salary or not is secondary to doing your homework before accepting an offer. It is always best to take some time before signing on the dotted line so that you understand exactly what you are gaining – or losing.
    Distributed: 2005-06-21 16:52:15 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 860 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
12.   Fear of Interviewing for a Job by Carole Martin
    Your heart is beating faster than usual, your hands feel clammy, your mouth is so dry it feels like you have cotton inside -- and you*re supposed to feel confident. Are you going to an interview or a torture session?
    Distributed: 2005-03-10 02:54:46 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 646 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
13.   Matching Your Qualifications With Their Needs by Carole Martin
    The number of resumes received by employers continues to be overwhelming as the job market begins to pick up this year. The challenge for you, as a job seeker, is to get your cover letter/resume noticed - to stand out from the crowd.
    Distributed: 2005-02-02 01:16:06 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 638 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
14.   How to Sell Yourself Like a Product by Carole Martin
    Interviewing for a job is in many ways comparable to a sales person making a sale. If you were a sales person and were about to sell a product to a customer you would do some homework or research so that you could convince your customers that your product was the best product on the market to fill their needs.
    Distributed: 2005-01-14 02:06:39 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 706 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
15.   Why Should We Hire You? by Carole Martin
    This is one of those broad questions that can take you down the wrong road unless you have done some thinking about what to say ahead of time. This question deals with your ability to sell yourself. Think of yourself as the product. Why should the customer buy?
    Distributed: 2004-12-10 04:32:28 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 1264 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
16.   Don't Discount the Temporary Position Interview by Carole Martin
    If you think, 'it's just an interview for a temp job -- no big deal,' that's where you're mistaken. Some wonderful opportunities, networking connections and careers have resulted from temporary positions.
    Distributed: 2004-12-02 03:09:57 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 596 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
17.   More Companies Using Job Interview Phone Screening by Carole Martin
    Planning and preparing before you begin to send out resumes could save you some embarrassing moments when you receive that unexpected call.
    Distributed: 2004-11-19 04:31:42 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 563 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
18.   The Inevitable Job Interview Question: “Why Did You Leave (Are Planning To Leave) Your Last Position?” and How to Deal With It. by Carole Martin
    This is a question that you can almost count on being asked at your next interview What the interviewer wants to know is, “Why are you available?” The answer you give could set the tone for the rest of the interview. For instance
    Distributed: 2004-11-12 01:42:49 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 536 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
19.   When The Going Gets Tough -- The Tough Keep Going by Carole Martin
    If you've been in a job search for more than a few weeks you may be experiencing the feelings of defeat and despair, not to mention the urge to give up. It's been a tough year, and then some, for those who have lost jobs for whatever reason. Interviewing with no second interviews or offers coming in begins to wear thin - very fast.
    Distributed: 2004-10-13 01:18:36 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 562 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
20.   The Panel Job Interview by Carole Martin
    The best way is to handle a panel of interviewers is to take them on one at a time. The board or panel is not one entity, but several individuals coming together with the common goal of hiring the best candidate for the job. At the same time, each person has his own agenda or department's interest at heart.
    Distributed: 2004-09-24 00:04:47 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 682 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
21.   Three Common Deadly Mistakes Made In Job Interviews by Carole Martin
    Since no two interviews are alike, it is difficult to be prepared for what lies ahead, but you can focus on your presentation skills, which may be even more important than what you have to say. Three areas of performance, which should be considered dangerous and deadly, are worth spending some time thinking about before your next interview.
    Distributed: 2004-09-17 01:54:43 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 533 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
22.   Multiple Offers – So What's Your Problem? by Carole Martin
    In a tight job market, multiple offers sounds too good to be true. So what's the problem? Choose the one that pays the most and move on, right? Wrong. If you don't take time to evaluate the offers, you could find yourself searching for a job again in no time.
    Distributed: 2004-09-08 19:55:19 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 782 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
23.   The Second Job Interview - What to Expect by Carole Martin
    Good news! You've been invited back for a second interview (or a third or fourth). But, you feel that you've already covered everything in the first interview? How will this interview be different from the first? How do you prepare for the second round?
    Distributed: 2004-08-05 01:52:43 | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 668 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00







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