The question you need to answer is simple: "Would it be valuable to learn how the brain works and use that knowledge to help get a job?" That is the entire focus of this course.
Let's assume you have the right qualifications to get a certain job. If you are out there interviewing, but keep getting rejection letters and can't figure out why - then this course might have the answers you are looking for. Unfortunately, not every job goes to the most qualified person. Some companies are hiring based on "culture" - do they believe you will "fit" in.
"The truth is that during the interview selection process (who they are choosing to interview) and the interview itself, you are being judged."
If the person looking at your resume or interviewing you decides they don't like what you wrote or how you said something then it is quite possible that you will NOT get the job. It doesn't matter if they are correct in their judgment of you, they're the ones who interacted with you and have the most knowledgeable to sum up your qualifications.
There are other elements that can make or break your hiring opportunity:
Sometimes we don't realize how we are affecting/influencing an interaction. If we don't know what we are doing wrong, how can we fix it? This course is designed to overcome both of those challenges.
Author, speaker, and mentor, Joe Fedison, has dedicated his life to mastering effective communication techniques. His greatest attribute is the ability to get people to take action instantly, in the direction of the goals they want to achieve.
Joe received his bachelor of sciences from the University of Rochester in Optics Engineering and a Certificate in Management Studies from the Simon Graduate School of Business in Rochester, NY.
He has over 28 years experience, encompassing a multitude of fields and skills, which include: Executive Experience, Business Development, Coaching, Training, Health & Fitness, Conflict Resolution, Customer Relations, Brand Marketing, Project Management, Sales Management, and Business Mentoring.
Joe founded and directed a film festival, ran an import art business, opened a coffee shop, created a poker product and wrote the patent, made a short film, coordinated travel for a concert in Puerto Rico for Ashanti and DMX, wrote a book, developed an app, doubled company revenues twice as a salesperson, has written 12 business plans, created 2 non-profits and accomplished all that while being a single parent for 18 years.