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Interviewing is Easy…if Done Right!

Well, maybe for some, interviewing if not easy.  It can be intimidating.  It can be unpredictable.  But, there are ways to deal with this.  The secrets lie in preparation and taking ownership of the interview.

I have compiled my collection of blog posts and guidance to candidates into reference guides in two flavors depending on the job seeker’s needs.


“I already know the basics, including the popular do’s and don’ts”: 

Here is my newly released 15-minute guide from  It focuses mainly on preparation and ownership in the interviewing process.

View this document on Scribd


“I need as much information on the process as possible.  I’m new to this or rusty”: 

Download my eBook available through my company, A-List Solutions.  It covers the material above, plus a handy do’s and don’ts checklist for the day of the interview.  It also includes some tricks for answering questions you are not feeling strong about, plus key questions to ask the interviewer.

Download here: A-List Solutions Version


Additional information:

First Impressions Last?

Your Job Interview IQ

Dressing Up for the Casual Interview

Questions to Be Asked at a Job Interview


August 4, 2009 - Posted by | Interviewing 101, article


  1. Are there any non-founding partners of A-List solutions?

    Comment by Recruiting Animal | August 4, 2009 | Reply

    • Not yet. Maybe someday.

      Comment by jefflipschultz | August 4, 2009 | Reply

  2. Excellent resource! Great job Jeff.

    Comment by Harry Urschel | August 4, 2009 | Reply

  3. Insightful as always, Jeff.

    Comment by rezlady | August 6, 2009 | Reply

  4. Excellent post with great information. I’m planning to tweet the link, but Twitter keeps giving me a Page Load Error. I will tweet this link as soon as I can as it gives such good tips for the interview process. I also am going to create a link on my website to this page. Thanks!

    Comment by Kristen Jacoway | August 6, 2009 | Reply

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  8. Excellent Write Up! It is very helpful information and when jobseekers will read this interviewing process then they will not feel any kind of hesitation.
    Interviewing Advice

    Comment by Evan Roey | November 24, 2009 | Reply

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  10. Very useful presentation 🙂

    Comment by Career Outlook | August 15, 2010 | Reply

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