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50 Common Interview Questions and How to answer them

Review these typical interview questions and think about how you would answer them. Read the questions listed; you will also find some strategy suggestions with it. (Excerpted from the book The Accelerated Job Search by Wayne D. Ford, Ph.D, published by The Management Advantage, Inc.) 1. Tell me about yourself: The most often asked question in interviews. You need to have a short statement prepared in your mind. Be careful that it does not sound rehearsed. Limit it to work-related items unless instructed otherwise. Talk about things you have done and jobs you have held that relate to the position...
Branding,Entrepreneurship,Hr,Personal development,Sales & Marketing

Why Should I pay you more?

Perhaps the most crucial lesson you will ever learn whether in Business or in anything is that nobody Pays you for being effective, people will rather pay more for your being efficient.  More often than not most employees demand more pay and an improvement in the welfare package before you merit an increase in fees or salary, Check the scenarios we have depicted with the below pictures.
Entrepreneurship,Hr,Sales & Marketing

What Every Good Marketer Knows

This week I am sharing a thought from Seth Godin (World renown Author and Entrepreneur see a brief of his profile at the end of this thought) The following is a list of great marketing lessons from Seth Godin. Ignore them at your peril. Anticipated, personal and relevant advertising always does better than unsolicited junk. Making promises and keeping them is a great way to build a brand. Your best customers are worth far more than your average customers. Share of wallet is easier, more profitable and ultimately more effective a measure than share of market. Marketing begins before the...
Entrepreneurship,Hr,Personal development,Sales & Marketing

EFFECTIVE SALES PROPOSALS- How to write them

A while back I was invited to speak at the annual sales kick off meeting of a Major Financial institution in the country. The morning of my talk I was in early enough to share breakfast with about 450 sales people, while they went on to listen to the CEO Talk about "The Journey so far" address. After that it was my turn. As I sat quietly sipping one more cup of coffee, and gathering my thoughts, a young man came into the waiting room I was and walked straight to me and said "you're late for the meeting". "No...