• How to Handle the Toughest Job Interview Questions You'll Ever Get

  • By: David R. Portney
  • Narrated by: David R. Portney
  • Length: 1 hr and 15 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 30-01-07
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Listen & Live Audio, Inc.
  • 3 out of 5 stars 3.2 (6 ratings)


David Portney teaches you how to ace difficult job interviews.David R. Portney is leading authority in the field of human awareness, change, and potential. David has conducted trainings and workshops for numerous companies such as Kenwood USA, Herbalife, Meadow Gold Dairy, and Wella-Sebastian. David regularly conducts workshops and classes for the Los Angeles Times and the Learning Annex of Los Angeles.
©2006 David R. Portney; (P)2007 Listen & Live Audio Inc.
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1 out of 5 stars
By Scott M Durgan on 14-06-07

For novices only

If these are the toughest interview questions you ever get, then you probably haven't gone very far.

Strengths and weaknesses, tell me about yourself, where do you see yourself in five years, these are the types of basic questions that get discussed.

If you have never been to an interview before, then this might be useful; however, all of this information is available for free on many websites.


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1 out of 5 stars
By Jusvin on 19-12-09

Impressively bad

Please do not waste your time with this audiobook. As others have noted, the questions are in no way tough or different from what you'll find anywhere else.

However, note that his answers are also bad; Portney sounds nervous and unsettled (terrible to listen to- i wish the sound sample had his laugh) and is extremely repetitive. This means that A) much of the meager 1 and a quarter hour is wasted B) many sample answers are circular and sound poorly thought out.

I went to his website and couldn't even find a resume, cv or employment history: very suspicious. Also, it seems like it was written by a six-year-old.

In summary, just because you confidently paste your name and face all over your work doesn't mean you are an authority. Pull the other one, Portney.

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