Body Language Interview Preparation

Get a personal evaluation from a leading body language expert.

Inc. reports that every job opening brings in over 250 resumes and Workopolis reports that only 2% of job applicants get an interview. If you make it to the interview, don’t risk your chance to get the job of your dreams.

Crush Your Job Interview!

Have an Expert Read Your Body Language

Congratulations. You graduated. You’ve already started a job or you’re facing the job market – the post-COVID job market. Getting the job you want may seem fairly direct, but the process isn’t quite what you’ve been led to believe.

There are two steps:

1. The Resume. The sole purpose of this step is to determine if you are a viable candidate for a position. If not, you will get a letter of rejection. If you are, you move on to the next step.

2. The Interview. If you go into an interview focused on validating your qualifications, you’ve already missed the boat. That is NOT the purpose of a job interview. It’s a beauty contest.

Your potential employer is assessing your personality and character traits to determine if you’re a good fit for the organization. 

There’s a reason that interviews are conducted in person or in a video conferencing format. Not one of these attributes is projected verbally! They are a product of your nonverbal communication – body language. Your appearance and behavior reveal far more than you will ever say.

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a program that let you provide a video of yourself in a mock interview, have a body language expert examine it and provide you with not only an in-depth assessment of yourself, but a list of suggestions designed to make you a standout at your next interview?

How It Works

In 4 easy steps.

1 Request

Submit the application form to begin the process.

2 Prepare

You’ll receive an email containing a Mock Interview Kit. It contains directions for conducting your assessment interview including questions that an interviewer might ask.

3 Record

Record the mock interview and upload to the link provided in your introductory email.

4 Submit

You’ll receive a personal assessment in approximately 48 hours highlighting your strengths and suggestions for improving some of your weak points.


You’ll also get instructions about practicing for future job interviews in a way that lets you put your best foot forward.

Who is this program perfect for?

Whether you are a recent graduate looking to enter the job market, a professional looking to change careers or seeking a promotion, or anyone preparing to re-enter the workforce, this program is meant for you!

Remember, it’s not what you say, but how you say it.

Let’s Get Started!


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““Um.” “Um.” “Um.” It’s called paralanguage. It’s how I started every sentence – until now. I learned how to improve my speech and I got a job offer after my first interview!”

Carrie G

“When I got my video review I learned that I shook my head from side to side repeatedly when talking about my work history. No wonder I had no luck changing jobs! No one believed me. Now, I’m practicing responses in front of a mirror and – if I say so myself, I look confident and self-assured. “

Billy F

“When I’m nervous, my hands tremble. It undermines everything I say. Bill taught me about retroactive inhibition and the trembling stopped almost instantly. I can’t wait to go to my first job interview later today. “

Vicki P

“Touching your mouth with your hand while speaking signals insecurity. I knew I was doing it, but I couldn’t stop until I learned a strategy that worked. Thank you.”

Ed B

“I use approximation talk. In my video review I said ‘like’ 14 times in the first five minutes! I got a plan, I put it into action, and it worked! My first job interview was last week and got a job offer this morning. “

Aaron J

“When I speak, my eyes are all over the place! When I consulted with Bill, I learned a simple tactic for being able to look people in the eyes comfortably. Great stuff.”

Paula D

Do you have additional questions about this program?

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