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Definitive Coaching Interview Questions Guide (with Do's and Don'ts from a Life Coach)

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Whether you are looking for a new job, wanting to hire a life coach, or wanting to become a life or career coach yourself, you'll be dealing with answering and asking interview questions. We interviewed our coaches and came up with this definitive guide of job interview questions. You'll learn:

  • What questions you might be asked when seeking a new job.

  • Sample answers for these questions.

  • Do's and don'ts for answering interview questions.

  • How a coach can help you prepare for your interview.

  • What questions you should be asking them when hiring a coach.

  • What questions to prepare for if you're looking to be hired as a coach or career coach.

We cover it all in this Definitive LIfe Coach Interview Questions Guide! So buckle up and get ready to ace that interview and land your dream job!


During the limited time an interviewer has to spend with you, they need to assess your worth, especially in relation to the other candidates interviewed. Asking you questions is their way of doing that.

Since interviews are a two-way street, your time should be spent assessing the position, the company, the employees and anything else that could sway you toward, or detract you from, the job opening at hand. You will therefore want to come to the interview prepared to ask your own questions.

Keep in mind that although an interviewer may like you and want to see you continue through subsequent interview stages, you may decide that, based on their responses to the questions you have posed, the job may not be for you.

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The following represents a sampling of typical interview questions you may get asked. Preparing meaningful responses in advance will impress your interviewer:

  1. Tell me about yourself

Sample answer: I’m currently (insert position) at (insert current company), where I’m responsible for (insert current job responsibilities). Before that, I worked as a (insert the previous job position) where I was in charge of (insert previous duty). And while I really loved the work that I did, I want to dive deeper into (insert interest that matches the job description you’re interviewing for). So that’s why I’m so thrilled about this opportunity with (insert name of company).

DO: Keep your answer brief and to the point, focus on a professional summary, and try to sound natural and confident.

DON'T:  Don’t discuss personal information that is irrelevant to the question, and avoid sounding rehearsed or scripted in your answer.

  1. How are you different from other candidates?

Sample answer:

I believe that my combination of (insert unique skills, qualities, background, training, etc.) distinguishes me from other candidates. As a recent graduate, I had the opportunity to attend trainee programs that helped me build the (insert skill #1) and (insert skill #2) you are looking for. Given the skills you highlighted in the job description, I believe my experiences and expertise will contribute to your company’s success and ultimately add value to the team and your clients.

DO: Take a moment to think about your answer and be honest about what makes you unique - details matter. 

DON'T: Don’t compare yourself to other candidates or boast about your accomplishments. Instead, focus on how your skills and experiences can benefit the company.

  1. Why should I consider you for this position?

Sample answer:

Based on my research, your company is looking for a results-oriented person to grow your business. Therefore, bringing that innovative go-getter mindset to your company will be my top priority. 

DO: Focus on what you can bring to the table and how you can contribute positively to the company.

DON'T:  Don’t make promises you can't keep, exaggerate your skills or experience.

  1. If hired, what will your greatest challenge be?

Sample answer:

Overall, I'm more focused on solutions rather than problems, as each challenge represents a learning opportunity. I thrive in challenging environments and believe I can do what it takes to succeed at your company.

DO: Be positive and emphasize your ability to meet challenges head-on.

DON'T: Don’t imply that you are not up for the challenge.

  1. Tell me how you would perform on the job, if it is offered to you?

Sample answer:

I would be very excited to work for your company and perform to the best of my abilities. I am confident that I would quickly adapt to the job's demands and positively impact your company. 

DO: Be positive, emphasize your ability to do the job, and show enthusiasm for the company.

DON'T: Don’t be negative.

  1. What qualifications do you possess that pertain to this position?

Sample answer:

I possess several qualifications, including (insert all relevant qualifications), and I have several years of experience working in (insert the field) 

DO: List your relevant qualifications and accomplishments.

DON'T: Don’t include any qualifications unrelated to the job or downplay your experience.

  1. Tell me about your professional background

Sample answer:

As you can see from my resume, I have worked as (insert a position) for (insert timeframe).  I've always enjoyed (insert 2 primary industry skills), even going back to (insert school you studied). This led me to pursue being a (insert position/title/role) for (insert company). During this time, I learned to master (insert relevant skills you acquired).

DO: Summarize your relevant professional experience in a few sentences.

DON'T: Don’t go into too much detail or provide irrelevant information.

  1. What did you like best (or least) about your most recent job?

Sample answer:

I found my most recent job to be quite challenging but rewarding at the same time. I liked that it pushed me beyond my comfort zone daily. The only downside was that the job often required long hours. As a result, I started to feel a bit burnt out and decided to seek a change.

DO: Be honest about what you liked and didn't.

DON'T:  Don’t complain or speak negatively about your previous job or boss.

  1. Name your biggest strength

Sample answer:

When I was a (insert previous job title) at (insert company), my colleagues would tell me how much they appreciated that I would (insert strength). They said it inspired them to (insert the result of your endeavor). I was grateful for this compliment, and it boosted my confidence.

DO: Choose a strength that is relevant to the job and provide an example of how you used this strength to help your clients or previous company. If you emphasize that strength was acknowledged by someone else, it will increase its credibility.

DON'T: Don’t be vague or make claims you cannot back up.

  1. What are your areas of weakness?

Sample answer:

I guess sometimes I'm a little reluctant to delegate tasks. However, I think I've made significant improvements during the last few months, and I will continue to work on this area. I realize It’s important to delegate tasks to create more time and improve efficiency. To address this, I’ve (insert your solution to weakness). It's still a work in progress, but I’m getting there.

DO: Be genuine but concise. For example, choose an area of weakness that is not essential for the job, or give your weakness a silver lining. Emphasize that you are working on improving your weakness and end on a positive note. 

DON'T: Don’t try to give an answer that sounds like a hidden strength. Experienced interviewers know this trick, and you might lose trust if you're not honest enough. However, if you’re too open, you might scare your interviewer with red flags. So try to find that sweet spot. 

  1. What are your goals – short and long-term?

Sample answer:

My long-term goals involve growing with a company where I can continue learning and taking on additional responsibilities. My short-term goals would be to improve my marketing and networking skills. 

DO: Focus on how your goals align with working for the company you’re applying for.

DON'T: Don’t make it sound like you're not looking to stay with the company long-term.

  1. What was a big accomplishment (or disappointment) in your previous job?

Sample answer:

My biggest accomplishment was (insert specific accomplishment related to your industry). It was very rewarding to see all the hard work I put in finally pay off. It made me feel like I had made a positive impact.

DO: Be specific about your accomplishments and how they benefited your employer or clients.

DON'T: Don’t brag or downplay your successes.

  1. What motivates you to be successful?

Sample answer:

I'm very result oriented and competitive. I like it when I set concrete targets. I feel a sense of success when I figure out an effective strategy and accomplish my goals. At my last job, our yearly goals were very ambitious, but thanks to my detailed month-by-month plan, we hit our targets before the end of the year. 

DO: Focus on your values and how they align with the company's mission. You can also define what success means to you, both personally and professionally.

DON'T: Don’t give a superficial or generic answer.

  1. Why did you leave your last position?

Sample answer:

I left my last position because I was looking for a change. I had been with the company for a few years and felt like I had started stagnating a bit. So I decided to try something new and further advance in my career. 

DO: Focus on the positive the change will bring. Talk about what you want to achieve, what you want to learn, the ways you want to grow, and about things you want to accomplish.

DON'T:  Don’t badmouth your previous job or boss. Complaining about your last job will make you look unprofessional.

  1. How would your previous boss or peer describe you?

Sample answer:

My previous boss would describe me as a go-getter who always looks for ways to improve and grow. My coworkers would describe me as someone always willing to help and collaborate.

DO: Be honest and confident in your answer. Choose adjectives that are relevant to the job description and provide a specific example to support your strengths if you can.

DON'T: Don’t be too modest or too arrogant.

  1. What was a major problem you faced in your last job, and how did you handle it?

Sample answer:

I faced a major problem when my client's company underwent changes and had to cut its budget. I handled it by being understanding and flexible. I worked with them to find a cost-effective solution that fitted their new budget without compromising the quality of the service. My willingness to accommodate them resulted in more collaboration in the future. I learned that building a solid relationship with a client and being understanding can make a big difference.

I faced a lot of resistance from my team when I started at my current company. I had to take a step back and really assess the situation. I realized that the best way to handle it was to build trust and relationships with my team members. I started by getting to know them on a personal level and understanding their motivations. Once they saw that I was genuinely interested in them as people, they began to cooperate more, and our workflow significantly improved. 

DO: Be honest about the difficulties you faced. Talk about how you handled the situation and what you learned from it.

DON'T: Don’t blame others for the problem or make excuses without taking responsibility.

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The following represents a sampling of questions you will want to ask. Knowing ahead of time the responses you require will allow you to quickly assess the viability of your pursuing the position further:

  1. Are you the one who will be making the hiring decision?

  2. How much travel is involved?

  3. Where do you see the company headed?

  4. What are the company’s short and long-term goals?

  5. How would you size up the company’s market share?

  6. What are the opportunities for growth here?

  7. What new products (or services) are being developed?

  8. How would you assess revenues, year over year?

  9. How would you describe the corporate culture?

  10. Is this a new position, or am I replacing someone?

  11. If I am replacing someone, what happened?

  12. What are the responsibilities of the position?

  13. What are the biggest problems facing your company?

  14. What qualities are you looking for in a candidate?

  15. What is the next step in the interview process?

  16. What is your timeframe for bringing someone on board?

Preparing for typical interview questions, and preparing good interview questions to ask in return, could spell the difference between being lost in the shuffle or standing out from the crowd!


Interviews can feel quite nerve-wracking. 

It's impossible to predict all the questions that may come up during your interview.

But the good news is there are many common interview questions that life or career coaches can help you prepare for. They provide you with one-on-one guidance and support to make you feel more at ease when you navigate your interview process. A coach can give you feedback on your resume, body language and performance.

In other words, a coach is there to help you land the dream job you want by preparing you to ace your interviews.

Practicing common questions in a mock interview with a coach can also increase your confidence. Having self-assured energy during your interview might seem insignificant, but it makes a big difference.

Studies by Dr. Albert Mehrabian indicate that 55 percent of communication is conveyed through body language (facial expressions, gestures and posture), 38 percent is conveyed through tone of voice, and only 7 percent comes through actual words. So don't underestimate the power of your overall energy and nonverbal communication. Planning and practicing are essential in handling stress around interviews for me. 

If you're anxious about your interview, consider hiring a life or career coach. Whether you want a new job, change a career or aspire for a promotion, a coach can give you the valuable tools and support you need to succeed.

Pro Interview Tip: When applying for my dream job in one of the most prestigious airlines, I visualized how it would feel to have the job. There were hundreds of applicants, and only less than 5% were supposed to be selected.

Before the interview, I used one of the techniques that I learned from my favorite success coach Fred Dodson. In my mind's eye, I showered myself and the recruiter with appreciation. I'm not saying it's the only factor that helped me succeed, but I did get the job.

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You might be wondering why you should hire a life coach.

If you’re still on a fence about whether hiring a coach is the right choice or if it’s worth the money, I’ll share the benefits of coaching that I experienced. 

I've invested in several coaches, and not only have they helped me understand myself more and what I want, but they've shown me the steps I need to take to create a life I love and held me accountable along the way.

That's the power of a life coach!

A coach is someone who can help you:

  • identify your goals

  • work through your obstacles and challenges

  • provide support and accountability

  • thrive in all areas of your life, whether professional or personal

Simply put, a life coach is someone who always roots for you and strives to bring the best out of you.

However, there are many life coaches out there, so how do you ensure that you get the one who is the right fit for you? In my perspective, the right coach makes you feel understood but, at the same time, slightly stretched beyond your comfort zone.

Here is the list of questions to ask before hiring a life coach:

1. What is your experience and expertise as a life coach?

2. Do you have any coaching qualifications?

3. How long have you been coaching?

4. Do you have any success stories of your previous clients?

5. Have you ever coached someone who was in a similar situation?

6. What is your coaching process?

7. What is included in your coaching program?

8. What are your fees?

9. Are there any other charges that I should be aware of?

10. What is your cancellation policy?

11. What are your confidentiality and privacy policies?

14. What methods or tools do you use in your coaching?

15. How will I know if I am making progress?

16. What are the benefits of coaching?

17. Is coaching right for me?

Make sure you feel comfortable with the coach's style, methods and approach before you commit to working together. Trust your intuition. If something doesn't feel right, move on and find someone who is a better fit for you. When you find a life coach you click with, you will be well on your way to reaching your full potential.

Life coach interview QUESTIONS: to help you prepare FOR COACHing POSITIONS

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You worked hard to achieve your credentials and gain experience as a life coach, so now it’s time to get hired and reap the fruits of your labor. To handle your interview like a pro, I prepared for you this list of life coach interview questions and sample answers:

1. How many clients have you worked with?

Sample answer:

I've been coaching for 3 years and have worked with over 100 clients. I absolutely love it! Every client is different, which makes this profession so enjoyable. I feel honored to see people grow and reach their potential. 

2. What specific areas of life coaching do you focus on?

Sample answer:

I focus on spirituality coaching. I help my clients connect with their true purpose in life so that they can live a life that's authentic and in alignment with their values.

3. What is your most rewarding coaching accomplishment?

Sample answer:

Seeing my clients happy and prosperous is the best feeling in the world. I had a client who was struggling in her job, and she felt really lost. We worked together for 6 months, and she's now happily self-employed and loves her freedom and flexibility. She's also in a much better place mentally and emotionally. That transformation was very rewarding to witness. 

4. What made you feel drawn to coaching?

Sample answer:

I've always been a very empathic person. I love hearing people's stories and helping them figure out what they want in life. Coaching is a way for me to do what I love and make a difference in the world.

5. What is your coaching style?

Sample answer:

I would describe my coaching style as supportive and encouraging. I create a safe space for my clients to open up, and I am very non-judgmental. I truly believe everyone can achieve their goals, and it's my job to help them get there. 

6. What do you love the most about life coaching?

Sample answer:

I love seeing my clients grow and change. The best part is to see them reach their goals and become the best versions of themselves.

7. How do you help your clients to have a breakthrough?

Sample answer:

I help my clients get clarity on what they want and see things from a different perspective. I also provide them with the necessary tools and resources to make lasting change. 

8. What was your biggest coaching challenge, and how did you overcome it?

Sample answer:

I would say my biggest challenge was finding the right clients. When I first started. I wasn't sure what my niche was or who I wanted to work with. I tried working with a few different types of people, but it wasn't until I found my niche that things really took off. Once I started working with clients who were the right fit for me, everything else fell into place.

9. Who are your dream clients?

Sample answer:

My dream clients are people who are ready to make a change in their lives and are willing to do the work to get there. I love working with driven, motivated, and passionate people. 

10. Is there anything that you dislike about the coaching industry?

Sample answer:

I would say the one thing that frustrates me about coaching is when people want change but aren’t willing to do the inner work and take the necessary steps. I can't help someone who isn't ready to do the work. Seeing people stay stuck in their lives because they're afraid of change can be frustrating and saddening. But at the same time, I understand that it's a process, and everyone needs to follow their own timing.

11. What is the most important quality for a life coach to have, in your opinion?

Sample answer:

I believe the key to being a successful coach is being supportive, knowledgeable and observant. A good coach is not there to reaffirm the clients’ existing beliefs and ways of doing things but to challenge them.

12. Do you have any accredited coaching certification?

Sample answer:

I am certified from [name organization] at [name credential level].

13. Where did you get your coaching certificate?

Sample answer:

I got my coaching certificate from the Institute for Coaching Mastery. The coaching training provided me with cutting-edge coaching tools and wonderful networking opportunities. 

14. What are your top 3 coaching tools?

Sample answer:

My top coaching tools are visualization, goal setting, and journaling.

15. What are your top 3 self-help books?

Sample answer:

My top three self-help books are The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle, Levels of Energy by Fredrick Dodson, and The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman.

16. What is your intention for each coaching session?

Sample answer:

My intention for each coaching session is to help my clients move closer to their goals and authentic self-expression. In addition, I want to provide them with space and the actionable tools they need to make lasting changes in their lives.  

17. What makes you stand out from other coaches?

Sample answer:

I believe that my ability to connect with my clients and help them to address change not only on a level of mindset and behavior but also on a somatic, emotional and subconscious level is what makes me stand out from other coaches. I am also very passionate about what I do, and I truly care about getting my clients their desired results. 

18. How do you create a safe space environment for your clients?

Sample answer:

I create a safe space for my clients by being open, honest, and non-judgmental. I also respect their confidentiality and ensure our conversations stay between us.

19. Can you give me an example of how you helped your clients to overcome their biggest struggles?

Sample answer:

I had a client who was struggling with self-doubt and imposter syndrome. We worked together to help her identify her strengths and created a plan to help her build confidence in her abilities. Through our work together, she gained the confidence she needed to pursue her dreams. 

20. What do you do when you feel that a client isn’t fully transparent?

Sample answer:

If I feel that a client is not fully transparent, I will ask them directly if there is something they aren’t comfortable sharing. I want my clients to feel safe and supported. Therefore, I don’t push them to share something they aren’t ready to share. 

21. How do you help your clients to achieve their goals?

Sample answer:

I help my clients achieve their goals by providing them with the tools they need to make lasting change. I also hold them accountable and challenge them to stay on track. 

22. Describe your process of tracking your clients' progress.

Sample answer:

I track my clients' progress by setting up regular check-ins and goals. This helps me to see how they are progressing and to identify any areas that need more attention or any blocks that may arise along the way. 

23. Why do you think you would be a good fit for this role?

Sample answer:

I believe that my combination of coaching experience, psychological background, and strong communication and listening skills makes me an ideal candidate for this position. In addition, I am always 100% dedicated to my clients and their success. I also believe in the importance of continuing education and regularly attend workshops and training to stay updated on the latest coaching techniques.

JOB COACH INTERVIEW QUESTIONS: prepare yourself for career or job coaching positions

If you’re looking to break into job or career coaching, these interview questions might come in handy. They were designed specifically with job coaches in mind.

1. What is your experience with coaching job seekers?

Sample answer:

I have been working as a job coach for the past 5 years. During this time, I have helped numerous clients to find employment. I have assisted them with writing resumes and cover letters, practicing for interviews, and networking. I am also familiar with different job search strategies and can help my clients to create a plan that suits their individual needs. 

2. How have you helped people in advancing their careers?

Sample answer:

I have helped people advance their careers by assisting them with exploring different career paths, identifying transferable skills, and creating a plan to reach their goals. I have also assisted people in updating their resumes and LinkedIn profiles and preparing them for interviews.

3. How do you help your clients with resume and interview prep?

Sample answer:

I provide feedback on my clients’ resumes and practice a mock interview. Additionally, I help them identify their key strengths and give them tips on how to highlight their relevant work experience in an interview to gain more confidence in their abilities. 

4. What methods do you use to help people find their dream job or get more clarity about their career path?

Sample answer:

I use various methods to help people find their dream job or get more clarity about their career paths. I often start by exploring their interests, values, and strengths. I also help them identify any limiting beliefs that may hold them back. Then, once we have a better understanding of what they are looking for, I assist them with creating a plan and taking practical steps to reach their goals. 

5. How do you deal with difficult clients?

Sample answer:

I always aim to provide a high level of coaching service. However, I understand that sometimes a client might not resonate with my coaching process. If this occurs, I would first attempt to resolve the issue by understanding their concerns and addressing them directly. If the issue cannot be resolved, I would then offer them a refund and cancel the coaching program. In some cases, I might recommend other coaches who could be a better fit. 

6. In your opinion, what is the key quality for a career coach to have?

Sample answer:

In my viewpoint, a job coach's most essential skills include strong communication, listening skills, empathy and patience. As a job coach, you also need to be well-organized and understand the job market.

7. What are the most common mistakes that job seekers make during their job interviews?

Sample answer:

Some of the most common mistakes that job seekers make during their interviews include not doing enough research and being unable to show the value they can provide. Therefore, I often tell my clients that it is important to practice beforehand to be more confident and present during their interviews.

8. How do you stay up-to-date on the latest trends in the job market?

Sample answer:

I stay up-to-date on the latest trends in the job market by reading articles and attending webinars. I also have a network of contacts I can rely on for information about specific industries or companies. 

9. What advice do you give clients to secure their jobs?

Sample answer:

My advice to clients is always to emphasize their strengths, be confident, and well-prepared for their interviews. I also tell them to follow up after their interviews and thank the interviewer for their time.

10. What is your experience using different Job boards and social media for job search purposes?

Sample answer:

I have had success using a variety of different job boards and social media for job search purposes. I often tell my clients to use a mix of both active and passive job search strategies. For example, they can create a list of companies that they are interested in and reach out to them directly. This strategy is called cold pitching. They can also set up Google Alerts for specific keywords related to their job search. Additionally, they can follow companies and industry leaders on LinkedIn and build connections by liking and commenting on their LinkedIn profiles before applying for a position. 

11. Do you have any tips on networking effectively?

Sample answer:

Some tips for networking effectively include attending industry events, joining relevant LinkedIn groups, and connecting with people who share similar interests. I often tell my clients to focus on building relationships and providing value rather than trying to sell themselves. 

12. What is the most challenging part of the job search process?

Sample answer:

Some biggest challenges people face when job searching include self-doubt, imposter syndrome, and a lack of confidence. I often help my clients to overcome these challenges by exploring their strengths and creating a plan to build confidence in their abilities. 

13. How do you help people to stay motivated during their job search?

Sample answer:

I help people stay motivated during their job search by giving them regular feedback, setting goals, and celebrating their successes. I also encourage them to connect with other job seekers to share their experiences and support each other. Additionally, I tell them to take care of themselves and schedule breaks so they don't get burned out and discouraged. 

14. What are your thoughts on salary negotiation?

Sample answer:

I believe that salary negotiation is important and should be taken care of before accepting a job offer. Therefore, I often tell my clients to research the standard rate for their position and location and to have a range in mind that they are comfortable with. I also encourage them to be prepared to justify their request with examples of their skills and experience. 

15. What are the biggest mistakes that job seekers make when negotiating their salary?

Sample answer:

Some of the biggest mistakes that job seekers make when negotiating their salary are not doing enough research, being afraid to ask for what they want and accepting the first offer. I often tell my clients to be confident and assertive when negotiating salaries. 

16. How do you help people to assess their skills and interests?

Sample answer:

I help people to assess their skills and interests by having them complete a series of assessments, such as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) or the Strong Interest Inventory. I also have them reflect on their past experiences and what they enjoyed about them. Additionally, I have a set of questions that can help them dive deeper into what they truly want to do in life and how their work could align with those values. 

17. How do you assist people in setting goals for their careers?

Sample answer:

I assist people in setting goals for their careers by helping them to assess their skills and interests, and I create a plan of action. I often tell my clients to start by thinking about where they want to be in 5-10 years. From there, we break down the steps they need to take to reach their goal. 

18. What are your thoughts on changing careers?

Sample answer:

I believe that changing careers is a personal decision, and there is no right or wrong answer. Therefore, I often tell my clients to reflect on their values and what is important to them. Knowing their values helps narrow the focus and highlight the career paths that would be the most aligned. Then, I encourage them to explore different options if they’re ready for a career change.

19. How do you help people who are considering a career change?

Sample answer:

I help people who are considering a career change in multiple ways:

  • I help them identify their goals and objectives for making a change.

  • I assess their skills and interests to determine what type of jobs or career paths might be a good fit.

  • I provide guidance and support as they navigate the process of making a change.

  • I create a plan for pursuing their new career goals.

20. Describe a time when you helped your client overcome a career path challenge.

Sample answer:

I had a client who wanted to return to work after being a stay-at-home mom and start a new career in the corporate world. However, she was feeling very overwhelmed and insecure about it. Together, we worked on identifying her goals and what she wanted to achieve by making a change. We also looked at her skills and interests and came up with some potential job and career options. I provided her with resources and advice on how to pursue these new career options, and she was ultimately able to make a successful transition.

21. Why do you think you would be the right fit for our company?

Sample answer:

I believe I would be the right fit for your company because of my extensive experience as a career coach. I have helped numerous clients find successful careers, and I have the necessary skills and knowledge to provide guidance and support throughout the process. In addition, I’m familiar with various job search resources and techniques that can help clients find the right job opportunities. I am genuinely interested in assisting others in achieving their career goals, and I believe I could be a great asset to your company.


interview preparation checklist coaching tip material

  • Spruce up your resume 

  • Prepare the list of your testimonials and success stories

  • Review common interview questions

  • Practice answering questions in front of a mirror or hire a coach for a mock interview 

  • Research a company you’re interested in working for

  • Prepare the questions for your interviewer 

  • Check some body language tips for your interview

Now take these skills and go get that job!

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