Your real competition isn't some job hunter off the street. It's the candidate who was
coached by The Headhunter. Use The Headhunter's insider perspective to your advantage;
don't let it sneak up and bite you!
4. Be a mindreader.
The best way to influence people is to get inside their heads first. Ever wish you could
know what a hiring mangager was thinking before you went into the interview? There's no
trick to it.
In the book, Ask The Headhunter,
I explain how to get the manager on the phone before you actually meet. In that
conversation, ask him (or her) what books or articles he's reading about his business,
then get hold of that material. Read it carefully, and be ready to discuss how the main
ideas would affect the way you'd do the job.
There's nothing like being on the same wavelength with
the manager who's interviewing you. Be a mindreader.
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