Private Coaching Makes the Difference!
Private coaching can make the difference in being forty and below on the list and being in the top ten going to the chief’s oral to nail a badge!
Rob will be available for coaching beginning March 9, 2020
Here’s our formula: Those people who get our entry-level program, complete the worksheet, practice with a handheld recorder that goes everywhere your car keys go and come back for a private coaching session with Captain Rob increase their chances of gaining a badge up to 90%! That’s not a statement but a fact!
We have coached candidates who had no experience and those who have been trying up to 18 years to get a firefighter job or promotion. One thing is common with most. After beating their heads against the wall trying everything possible to get this job, they figured out that the real secret is being able to pass the oral high enough to get a shot at the badge.
The Interview Make it or break it!!!!!
I just wanted to put this out there for anyone that has or is getting ready to apply for a dept. to make it perfectly clear this is totally not solicited just want to pay it forward and look out for my fellow brothers……. I will admit I was pretty skeptical at first but after failing at numerous interviews and being completely frustrated with the process I was recommended to a web site where I could get some help it is www.eatstress.com I looked it over and after a few months ….yes I said months I ordered the CD series and was just sure I could figure this out on my own so for another year I did just that and after failing several more times I called back for a coaching session and one week later went to an interview…… well I ended up 2nd on the list at my dream Dept and got the call last week I start in two weeks BEST MONEY I EVER SPENT!!!!! Mark Contact “Captain Rob” direct with your questions or set up a coaching appointment both by phone and e-mail. Phone 707- 217-9316 e-mail address mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
This from Captain Rob:
Spring coaching sessions will begin March 9, 2020
I’m a fire captain and am “Captain Bob’s” son. I do all the entry level coaching in person and by phone nationwide. I don’t really find people I coach doing anything wrong, but instead they fail to include some of the things they’ve done in the past that will help the board understand what kind of a person they are. Please allow me to get on my soapbox for a moment. If you have put in an app., taken the written, or physical ability, you have an oral coming up…If you are in a fire academy, working as a volunteer, in high school, or are twelve years old and are going to be a firefighter some day YOU HAVE AN ORAL INTERVIEW IN YOUR FUTURE; YOU JUST DON’T KNOW THE DATE YET. Too many candidates wait until the last minute to try and schedule a coaching session. One candidate told me recently that he wanted to wait until the last minute because he wanted to be fresh. Fresh? Please, you want to get a coaching session in advance to be able to work up your best presentation. Not when you’re caught flat footed when the letter arrives that you have been invited to the interview in a few days. If you wait too long, you might not get in. Although openings are generally available, I often book in advance. The choice is up to you. How do you think you can present yourself in the best light? If you have spent weeks or even months preparing or you are sitting in your car an hour before the interview still trying to figure out what you have done to prepare and hoping it looks something like what you put on your application. My suggestion is you kill two birds with one stone. Prepare for your interview like you know you should, and next year you can give everyone a picture of you with your new badge for Christmas. Do everything you can to make sure you are a top candidate and get to the chief’s interviews. The best $$$$ I ever spent was with Captain Rob. After my coaching session my interview scores soared and I started getting Chief’s interviews. I knew then the badge was possible. My wife could see it and the time I devoted to my quest was less noticed . . . Scott
Here’s what a new firefighter wrote:
Do everything you can to make sure you are a top candidate and get to the chief’s interviews. The best $$$$ I ever spent was with Captain Rob. After my coaching session my interview scores soared and I started getting Chief’s interviews. I knew then the badge was possible. My wife could see it and the time I devoted to my quest was less noticed . . . Scott