Welcome! I'm so happy you're here and I'll tell you why in this video. Although this is your first class, I've designed it in a way where you could watch in all in order or select any of the classes you wish.
Come take a ride with me on my way to work as I explain to you what you can expect from your interview. This class will cover the different types of interviews, the reasons why b-schools conduct them, and some applicable tips to stand out!
After a few minutes of small talk, most schools will want to know about your professional development. How should you answer this? What should you say? Most importantly, what are they looking for? I answer all these questions and more in this video.
Where are you going? Who will you become? And why is this important? Why do b-schools need to know your short-, mid-, and long-term goals? This is an important question for all schools and I tell you why here.
What kind of a leader are you? What kind of a leader would you like to be? What are 2 traits that make a strong leader? Leadership is a key element in all b-schools, so, naturally, they'll want your take on this.
At the end of your interview, you will be asked this question. And I give you the ONLY question you need to ask (if your interviewer is an alumnus). What if I'm being interviewed by an adcom? I'll tell you what to ask adcom too. Aren't you glad you're here?
Don't waste precious hours going through tons of websites! I'll show you how to do your research and help you filter out the noise. Understand that your main source of information is not from where you think!
Answering your questions is important, yes. But what's it really worth if you can't CONNECT with your interviewer? Do you know how to connect with people in general? Well, I'll teach you how to instantly connect with others by doing a very practical daily exercise.
So cliche, but SOOOOO true: Practice Makes Perfect. Great. But, but, HOW should I practice? No one really ever answers that question. Everybody tells you, practice! Nobody really explains HOW. Except me. Here you go.
Should you have a professional example? It would be preferable. BUT, if you don't, then you shouldn't EVER leave a question unanswered! So, go the personal route. Here's how you connect the dots!!
what will you bring to the table
Some questions are harder for some students than others.. such as "How will you contribute to X school?" Here's an idea on how you can break down your answer and make the necessary connections.
walk me through your resume
Today, I’m going show you how to connect the “walk me through your resumé” question with part of “why you want this school”. There are ways you can connect it; obviously through the spider-web method.
any questions for me
The most common question from everybody is: what do I say or what do I ask when the interviewer says “do you have any questions for me?”. I’m going to go all out and tell you some of the few best questions that have had enormous results in connecting with your interviewer.
do's and don'ts
extra class 01
This was a previously recorded video (from about 2 and a half years ago) about what you should and shouldn't do during your interview. Extra stuff is ALWAYS good!
Another one of my first videos when I started this course. There are some relevant stuff here not included in the updated videos! Just thought I'd leave this here if you have more time before your interview to digest more information.