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  • When it comes to interviewing most candidates have no idea how to absolutely blow away their future employers. With "Start with a Vision, End with a Job Offer", Kunal puts his 15 years of experience as an interviewer and interviewee to create a guide to help you absolutely ace your upcoming interview. He believes that each student and professional has the potential to join the ranks of some of the greatest companies in the world - companies such as Microsoft, Amazon and others. All you need is a plan that you can follow in a step by step manner.
  • Just like Kunal took his career from an entry level engineer to the Chief Operating Officer of a private software company, he believes that every individual can set out to do the same. But that starts by defining a vision for your life. Then its about executing on that vision. Kunal intends to show you the path to a successful job search and interview process. By the end of this book, you will not only have your ideal job offer in hand, but you would've created so much leverage during your interviewer that interviewers would have no option but to give you your dream offer. But more importantly you will do it one step at a time with tons of theory and even more homework to complete at the end of each chapter.
  • Kunal’s style of teaching uses a combination of theory and practice. Expect to learn a concept, but then go back and do some homework. Kunal believes that the best students are the ones who do the homework at the end of each chapter.
  • With “Searchability”, the guesswork from job searching in today’s competitive and global job market is taken out of the picture. All of you have to do is follow along, one step at a time to your dream job.



I never knew how to present myself during an interview, yet alone know the specific about the company and what they look for in ideal candidates. Coursetake has really helped me land my dream job at Amazon.

- Eric A. Erlandson


I loved the step-by-step courses which made my interview experience seamless and predictable. I had the employer question me about whether I’ve worked for their organization in the past how well I understood the way they operate.

- Crystal G. Johnson

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