When Can You Start?
In this must-have book for job seekers, I share with you insider tips, hints, and secrets for acing any job interview.

No one knows the job search process better than Paul Freiberger. In When Can You Start?, he cuts through all the rigmarole to truly help the job seeker, and he captures what everyone needs to know in a positive way.

Richard MoranCEOAccretive Solutions

Highly useful to anyone facing an important job interview, especially if they haven’t been practicing for a while. Practical and well-researched, with extensive and realistic examples. This will stand the test of time.

Marc SingerDirectorMcKinsey & Company

The most exhaustive, best researched book about job interviewing, filled with insights and research.

Jean-Louis GasséeGeneral PartnerAllegis Capital

This book is powerful and expertly researched. Packed with interview advice you need to get your next job. Learn the right way to network and do informational interviews, how to handle “ambush” interviews, what to do with your phone during an interview, the right and wrong answers to “What are your weaknesses?”, and how to negotiate salary. And who knew that, not unlike dating, it turns out there’s some pretty good advice on when you should or shouldn’t make a follow-up call after an interview and when you can send a thank-you note? A fun read, this book both tastes good and is good for you.

Larry KramerPresident and PublisherUSA Today

Freiberger delivers a fun and informative read. You will get a job a lot sooner if you read this book. Perfect for new grads at the beginning of their careers, and powerful ammunition for the rest of us.

Guy KawasakiAuthor of APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneurand Former Chief Evangelist of Apple

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Author: Paul Freiberger   Posted on: July 31, 2013

Love it or hate it, marketing is essential to every organization today. There were once hold-outs, like the white-shoe law firm with partners who viewed any sort of marketing as beneath their august stations. Now, no one is immune. This has to raise one obvious question in the mind of anyone planning a marketing strategy: […]

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Author: Paul Freiberger   Posted on: July 28, 2013

The ideal case study covers two complementary areas: both the qualitative and quantitative sides of the case in question. A case study tells the story of an organizational accomplishment, the problems posed, the challenges met and the competency that had to be mustered for the story to have a happy ending. As a story, a […]

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The Case Study: A Perfect Tool for Tech Marketers

Author: Paul Freiberger   Posted on: July 23, 2013

Marketing can be a challenge when your business revolves around sophisticated technology. It’s hard to convey your special capabilities in a pretty picture or a few words. If you opt for a white paper filled with technical details, you will reach a small audience of scientists and engineers. But that doesn’t help you sell your […]

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Author: Paul Freiberger   Posted on: July 21, 2013

So you’re going to give a speech. If you’re Bill Clinton, you can probably improvise for an hour and leave the stage with everyone loving you. If, as is probably the case, you’re not Bill Clinton, you need to plan ahead. Let’s start at step one: the beginning of your speech. Avoid the horribly typical […]

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When Your Fate is Sealed Early

Author: Paul Freiberger   Posted on: March 21, 2013

Take charge of a job interview right away. You may only get one chance to impress so be attentive to the events leading up to the interview. Chances are your resume was solid if you earned an interview. You’ve probably avoided embarrassing yourself in social media, too. I discussed some of these early pre-interview events […]

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