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newbieinnaples in Naples, Florida

117 months ago

For anyone trying to figure out those words my original response to Saloni - they were resume (spelled with accents) and the contraction for it is (it's). For some reason my computer didn't translate these special characters and punctuation and it looked like swear words!

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newbieinnaples in Naples, Florida

117 months ago

Saloni Bassi in Toronto, Ontario said: Hi Newbie

Thank you so much Newbie...you really gave me a huge idea about what to expect in the telephonic interview.....I would like to talk to u....can you plzz give me ur email id.....if u want...thanks again....and Gud Luck for your next interview...

Saloni,
You may email me at Creativeideas123@yahoo.com. Anyone else who cares to email, I would be glad to hear from you but keep in mind that I'm currently working 12-hour days 6.5 days/week. Thus, although I genuinely enjoy helping people, I will be unable to respond to great numbers of responses. Also, I would prefer to publically answer questions for the benefit of everyone. So, please try to reserve questions for this forum. Finally, if all continues to go as expected, within the next couple weeks I plan to be VERY busy devoting 70 hrs/wk to my studying!

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hbagent in La Palma, California

117 months ago

Its easy you guys just be ready to beat the street and talk, It can be anywhere. Churches,Malls,City functions etc. YOUR NAME WILL BE SPREAD

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

Hi! I've read the Hiring Stages info in the EDJ website and still a bit confused.. hoping someone who has been through the process can help! I've only rec'd one call from EdJ St Louis at home and it was a basic screening/set up of phone interview with recruiter. That interview with recruiter (1st one) is scheduled for tomorrow. Is this conversation tomorrow when the behavioral questions will be asked (step 5) or is that stage 9??
Also, did you guys get the assigment for the survey/field exercise given to you during the interview or later on?
oh, boy!! I am really hoping that this can be moved along so that I can join you guys on Feb 4th!!! :-)
Thanks a million! My phone interview is at 7am tomorrow, Tuesday, CST. Any feedback would be appreciated!

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newbieinnaples in Naples, Florida

117 months ago

sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota said: Hi! I've read the Hiring Stages info in the EDJ website and still a bit confused.. hoping someone who has been through the process can help! I've only rec'd one call from EdJ St Louis at home and it was a basic screening/set up of phone interview with recruiter. That interview with recruiter (1st one) is scheduled for tomorrow. Is this conversation tomorrow when the behavioral questions will be asked (step 5) or is that stage 9??
Also, did you guys get the assigment for the survey/field exercise given to you during the interview or later on?
oh, boy!! I am really hoping that this can be moved along so that I can join you guys on Feb 4th!!! :-)
Thanks a million! My phone interview is at 7am tomorrow, Tuesday, CST. Any feedback would be appreciated!

Behaviorial interview is Step 5

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newbieinnaples in Naples, Florida

117 months ago

Oops, my reply was sent before I could finish!

The Behavioral Interview is Step 5. Are you sure that's where you are next? I actually had a phone call from the home office first to schedule the Phone Screen. Basic questions were asked then and details of my online application were confirmed. THEN I had the phone screen, and the same info was confirmed again plus general questions about my background, what I knew about EJ, was I prepared for the demanding training process and first two years of door knocking, and why I wanted to be an FA. The Behavioral Interview was also a phone interview. Step #8, the F2F Interview comes ONLY after conducting your door-knocking exercise, in which you survey homeowners and businesses in your potential market area.

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

Thank you for your feedback.. well, I guess I'm not sure where I am..
;-)
my timeline:
Dec 18th - visited area FA for about 45 min. Set up info mtg at my request.
Dec 20th - visited area growth leader (title?) for about 1 hour. I called him to set up mtg. at the recommendation of 1st FA I met with.
Dec 25th - submitted complete application on line
Dec 27th - spoke with hiring person at corporate. She asked me some basic questions, and set up appt. for phone interview w/ recruiter. The lady I spoke with then emailed me some forms to submit before tomorrow. One of the forms that was included was a blank employment history to complete a gap in my resume (I had made an error in dates).

I was told to allow about 40 minutes for the conversation tomorrow. Do you think tomorrow is step 5?

Thanks!!

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

Oh, I forgot to mention that the lady that with whom I spoke on the phone said that in tomorrow's conversation I would have a chance to ask questions that have come up after meeting with the two FAs with whom I met..

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Scallywag32 in Cincinnati, Ohio

117 months ago

sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota said: Hi! I've read the Hiring Stages info in the EDJ website and still a bit confused.. hoping someone who has been through the process can help! I've only rec'd one call from EdJ St Louis at home and it was a basic screening/set up of phone interview with recruiter. That interview with recruiter (1st one) is scheduled for tomorrow. Is this conversation tomorrow when the behavioral questions will be asked (step 5) or is that stage 9??
Also, did you guys get the assigment for the survey/field exercise given to you during the interview or later on?
oh, boy!! I am really hoping that this can be moved along so that I can join you guys on Feb 4th!!! :-)
Thanks a million! My phone interview is at 7am tomorrow, Tuesday, CST. Any feedback would be appreciated!

Sofs07,
Good luck on your interview. I agree with Newbie, it sounds as though you are on step 5. This should be about an hour long with behavioral questions..."Give an example when...Describe an incident when..."

As for the surveys, that will come after your hiring specialist calls you to let you know that they are moving you on to the next steps in the process. They will let you know what you need to do. I didn't get any information on the surveys until I was told they were moving me ahead in the process.

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terih in Sonora, California

117 months ago

Did they happen to tell you in the phone interview that you were moving forward or a call back?

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

Thank you! I'm a bit nervous! I gotta get into the frame of mind that I'm interviewing them! yeah, right!
The lady from corporate referred to the guy that I'm talking to tomorrow as my Hiring Recruiter.. anyway, I better get some sleep and plenty of coffe in the morning. Hopefully I can sound alive at 7 am!
:-)
Thanks, guys!!!

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

Thank you! I'm a bit nervous! I gotta get into the frame of mind that I'm interviewing them! yeah, right!
The lady from corporate referred to the guy that I'm talking to tomorrow as my Hiring Recruiter.. anyway, I better get some sleep and plenty of coffe in the morning. Hopefully I can sound alive at 7 am!
:-)
Thanks, guys!!!

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

the lady said something to the effect of 'I would like to move you to the next step in the process..
make sense?
she did not say what would happen after tomorrow.
:-)

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Scallywag32 in Cincinnati, Ohio

117 months ago

Teri H in Sonora, California said: Did they happen to tell you in the phone interview that you were moving forward or a call back?

Teri,

I was told two days after my interview that I was moving ahead in the process. It was a long couple of days I assure you, but I really felt good about the interview.

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terih in Sonora, California

117 months ago

Scally,

Where are you in the process or are you a FA already?

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Scallywag32 in Cincinnati, Ohio

117 months ago

Teri H in Sonora, California said: Scally,

Where are you in the process or are you a FA already?

I was just extended an offer in December. I start with Jones on February 4 with a couple of the others on here.

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terih in Sonora, California

117 months ago

I have my behavioral interview Friday. How fast do you think I can push the process if I bust my butt to do the survey and interview?

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Scallywag32 in Cincinnati, Ohio

117 months ago

You need to remember that a few of the steps...Paperwork, background check, fingerprints, and drug test are all on you to get done. So you can knock those out of the way quickly. Jones told me that the background check usually takes a week for them to get the results, but you can be doing your interviews and door knocking during that time.

I don't know what to tell you about the time period. I would guess that you could have this wrapped up somewhere in the 15th-20th range, but that also depends on them. As I said in a previous post though, for some of the things, such as phone interview, I was able to request an earlier time. My suggestion would be to let them know that you want to move quickly. They will take 2-3 business days after some events to let you know what's next, but I think it looks really good to get everything within your control done as quickly as possible.

It's hard to say if you'd be able to start with us on the 4th of February or not. My guess is that they already have that class full, but they may not. I was originally going to be put on the wait list for the January 22nd class, except I was going to be out of town over MLK day, and would miss the first day.

I tried to make it very clear that I was eager and ready to move quickly, while at the same time trying to not sound desperate.

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terih in Sonora, California

117 months ago

Thanks for the help. If you don't mind me asking, what made you decide on a FA career? What is your current occupation?

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Scallywag32 in Cincinnati, Ohio

117 months ago

Teri H in Sonora, California said: Thanks for the help. If you don't mind me asking, what made you decide on a FA career? What is your current occupation?

Send me an email at mjackson75@gmail.com, and I'll fill you in.

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

You're leaving us out of the loop? :-(
would love to hear what other's current occupation is and also gender/age. Sounds like EDJ is bringing on a lot more women lately.

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Scallywag32 in Cincinnati, Ohio

117 months ago

sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota said: You're leaving us out of the loop? :-(
would love to hear what other's current occupation is and also gender/age. Sounds like EDJ is bringing on a lot more women lately.

Sorry Sofs,

I'm not intending to leave anyone out, I just didn't think this was an appropriate place to go into that. You are welcome to email me too. I am a former teacher, currently working in a very low paying corporate job. I'm male, and 32 years old. :)

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

just kidding!!! :-)
i'm tired of the low paying jobs!

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hbagent in La Palma, California

117 months ago

I am just pleased that I am one of the 10% of applicants selected. I dont mind making scratch for the first year or so. The money I made in the MTG industry gave me a huge headache not to mention having to pay the Feds 10k+ every year. I am looking forward to having my own branch and say so over my goings and comings.

JB

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

Good morning!
I had a 40-min interview, but it was not the full-blown behavioral interview. I was asked things such as 'what was your favorite thing about this job?' 'least favorite?'. Went over my application to make sure everything is correct/accurate.
I have the next one scheduled for tomorrow at 3:30pm. I was asked when I would want to start and I said ASAP.. he said that what's left could take 3 to 4 weeks & that they are working on filling an April 19th St. Louis training, which would be the Feb 4th study start, sounds like.
I enjoyed the conversation today and I'm glad I got mentally prepared for tomorrow's interview. :-)
I'll e-mail back tomorrow afternoon!

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newbieinnaples in Naples, Florida

117 months ago

sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota said: Good morning!
I had a 40-min interview, but it was not the full-blown behavioral interview. I was asked things such as 'what was your favorite thing about this job?' 'least favorite?'. Went over my application to make sure everything is correct/accurate.
I have the next one scheduled for tomorrow at 3:30pm. I was asked when I would want to start and I said ASAP.. he said that what's left could take 3 to 4 weeks & that they are working on filling an April 19th St. Louis training, which would be the Feb 4th study start, sounds like.
I enjoyed the conversation today and I'm glad I got mentally prepared for tomorrow's interview. :-)
I'll e-mail back tomorrow afternoon!

Sofs07,

I share your excitement as I have just completed my final f2f interview. Now I'm merely one phone call away from the most exciting and life-changing words since I heard "I do" from my wife and "Congratulations, you have a healthy baby!" from the doctor who delivered my two beautiful children. I'm sooo prepared for the challenges that lie ahead like an olympic sprinter at the starting line of the 100m dash.

Good luck tomorrow and in the final stages! I sincerely hope to have the pleasure of meeting you and all the other recent candidates in St. Louis.

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e-rod in Las Vegas, Nevada

117 months ago

My criminal backround came through today.I got the call to set up my final face to face interview..i dont think i have been this excited in a while..any input as to what kind of questions are asked in the final face to face interview???its been 2 long months in this process and I am praying it will all go well...any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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newbieinnaples in Naples, Florida

117 months ago

E-Rod in Las Vegas, Nevada said: My criminal backround came through today.I got the call to set up my final face to face interview..i dont think i have been this excited in a while..any input as to what kind of questions are asked in the final face to face interview???its been 2 long months in this process and I am praying it will all go well...any advice would be greatly appreciated.

E-Rod,

Keep in mind that each person's situation might be a little different. For example, I did my f2f BEFORE the background check. That has yet to be completed, but it will not be an issue in my case.

In my final interview they asked questions specific to my previous business and my current work. For example:

1)What are your current job responsibilities?
2)What do you like most about your current work?
3)If you could change one thing about your current work, what would it be?
4)Why are you leaving your current work?

And also questions about EJ:
1)Why do you want to work for EJ?
2)Why financial advising?
3)Why should EJ invest $100,000 in your training?
4)What is your perception as to what is the typical "day in the life of an EJFA"?
5)What steps heve you taken to prepare for this job?

As you can see, these questions are nothing you need to study for. Just relax and speak with candid honesty. If you have self-confidence and possess true passion to be committed for the long haul, let it show! My interviewer was extremely professional (as are ALL the FA's I know) and I can tell she's a very sharp individual. Thus, we all must have complete trust that the experienced professionals will know if this career is really meant to be for each of us.

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hbagent in La Palma, California

117 months ago

Great job thats the way to see it. Its a huge step but well worth it. As a matter of fact I am waiting for my first baby girl. Any day or hour now.

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hbagent in La Palma, California

117 months ago

Ok read on the EJ website the duties of what it is they do as FA. I had the luck of being a customer first. We are there to help in any situation no matter what the customers financial background is. We are here to plan for the future and not play the game with penny stocks and trade and trade. We are there to get their kids to college.

You feel me? But read read read.

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hbagent in La Palma, California

117 months ago

Nailed it!!!! I could not have said it better myself. You interview them!

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Scallywag32 in Cincinnati, Ohio

117 months ago

E-Rod in Las Vegas, Nevada said: My criminal backround came through today.I got the call to set up my final face to face interview..i dont think i have been this excited in a while..any input as to what kind of questions are asked in the final face to face interview???its been 2 long months in this process and I am praying it will all go well...any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Just to piggyback on what Newbie was saying, another area my interviewer asked me about was the typical "where do you see yourself in 5 years?"

I would make sure you have some goals laid out for yourself that you can mention. I mentioned some goals I had for 1 year, 5 years, and 10 years. (For some reason, one of my 5 year goals is to be able to buy a new car by writing a check!..There are certainly more important things, but that's one that has really stuck with me :)

In addition to all of the other qualities that have been mentioned on this forum, I think Jones is also looking for people with a plan or direction for their life. Make sense?

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Scallywag32 in Cincinnati, Ohio

117 months ago

sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota said: Good morning!
I had a 40-min interview, but it was not the full-blown behavioral interview. I was asked things such as 'what was your favorite thing about this job?' 'least favorite?'. Went over my application to make sure everything is correct/accurate.
I have the next one scheduled for tomorrow at 3:30pm. I was asked when I would want to start and I said ASAP.. he said that what's left could take 3 to 4 weeks & that they are working on filling an April 19th St. Louis training, which would be the Feb 4th study start, sounds like.
I enjoyed the conversation today and I'm glad I got mentally prepared for tomorrow's interview. :-)
I'll e-mail back tomorrow afternoon!

I wish you the best Sofs.

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newbieinnaples in Naples, Florida

117 months ago

In addition to all of the other qualities that have been mentioned on this forum, I think Jones is also looking for people with a plan or direction for their life. Make sense?

Do your research & plan your goals according to your own personal realistic expectations and the economic climate of your locality. I cannot tell you my answer to this question but I'm sure most people would think my response to be unrealistic. But I answered with true conviction because I've always set my goals far above everyone else and I've always been a top performer in every endeavor of my life. Furthermore, I've always attacked every goal with the attitude that, "If it can be achieved -I can do it!" I think my response was perceived as credible only because I did my homework and because I'm fortunate to live in the #2 U.S. market for financial investing.

Anyone who wishes to learn more and set goals may find the following link helpful. This salary calculator will assist you in comparing your current earning potential with that of an EJ FA:

www.ejcareer.com/us/earnings/earnings.aspx

Also, ask your local FA for a "Passport to Your Future". In addition to the website and the DVD, I found this passport-sized booklet to be instrumental in answering my questions and helping me to set goals. I carry it everywhere for inspiration!

Good luck to all!

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

Greetings!
I had my interview today and - I think - it went well. Hard to say, though.. right? I wonder if they weed many people out at this stage or even sooner.. anyway, now I wait.
I spoke with a very nice lady for about one hour and 15 minutes. We went over the application & there were some general questions about my job experience and just reconfirming dates.
I was asked to tell her about:
a time that I worked effectively under pressure;
a significant achievement;
a project or task that I completed by myself;
something I did at work that I felt was extraordinary;
a failure at work;
a time that I networked to solve a problem.
Every one of my answers brought up further questions about that situation.
The conversation was fluid and easy.
At the end I asked some questions about goodknighting (what happens if you get to a point when you can properly service the customers that you have), about salary, and about the growth of the hispanic market (I speak Spanish and wanted to know if EDJ considers that an advantage). I was told that yes, that will definitely be an advantage to me and that I can go into companies that have Spanish-speaking employees or be involved in the community to market myself, etc.. the way that she phrased things gave me confidence, but who knows!!
So, I was told that she will evaluate my file and get back to me in 2 or 3 business days/by early next week. If they decide to move me ahead with the process, they would narrow down my market, do the door knocking, then the face-to-face with a FA and that an offer would come (shoud it come) in 2 1/2 to 3 weeks. I did say that I would love to start ASAP and was told that they are looking into March as starting time as the April class (starting to study in Feb) is full. :-(
Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated! :-)

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newbieinnaples in Naples, Florida

117 months ago

sofs07,

¡Felicitación y buena suete!

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newbieinnaples in Naples, Florida

117 months ago

Oops, I forgot this forum does not like the international keyboard setting and special characters.

Anyway - Congratulations & good luck!

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

Gracias!! :-)

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terih in Sonora, California

117 months ago

Thought I would give an update of what has been going on with my hiring process thus far. Yesterday EDJ contacted my work regarding my employment. They asked about my work history, salary, bonuses, increases, and what kind of employee I am. Very promising. Tomorrow I have my phone interview. Wish me luck!! I'll update tomorrow.

Teri

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

That's awesome, Teri!! :-)
Is this the final phone interview after the surveys, face-to-face, etc..?

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terih in Sonora, California

117 months ago

No, I haven't done either of those yet. I hope I'll be able to get to that point. My interview is in 2 1/2 hours. I'll post then of what information I can write down fast enough during my interview. Thanks for the encouragement. i really appreciate everyone on this board. We are all in this together!!

Teri

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

Best of luck, Teri!
I had my phone interview on Wednesday and now I'm waiting to hear back..

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hbagent in La Palma, California

117 months ago

Go in and run the interviews. You guys are all on point!!!!!

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

Newbie in Naples in Naples, Florida said: Oops, I forgot this forum does not like the international keyboard setting and special characters.

Anyway - Congratulations & good luck!

Hey, Newbie! eager to hear if you've gotten your offer yet and when you start! let us know!
Teri - one step done, fewer to go!
:-)

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terih in Sonora, California

117 months ago

Interview went real well. Sofs was right on the mark about the interview questions. I did see that they asked the $100,000 question with some people but I didn't get that one. Is that a bad thing or am I worrying for nothing. I feel I nailed the interview but worried about that one question that I didn't get. I'll just assume they mix-up the questions. Anyone else NOT get that question that got an offer? I'll hear around Wednesday if I get an offer. Via phone for an offer or mail for a rejection. I hope I get a call on Tuesday and avoid the mail box on Wednesday...ugh!! I'm going to rely on everyone here to get me through this. I'm going to be a nervous wreck. I'm confident I did well but I'll always have doubts.

Teri

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

Well done, Teri!!
I think you are at the same stage as I, so we both still need to do the survey exercise, face-to-face with a financial advisor, and a final phone interview.. 3 more steps to go after this interview.
The recruiter told me on Wednesday that she would get back to me early next week. I do not know if they have contacted former employers or not..
:-)

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

Hey, Teri, I forgot to mention - no offense to anyone! - that I figured that if I was not asked the $100,000 question it was because it was pretty obvious just in talking with me that I'm worth the investment. He, he, he!!!!! gotta stay positive, right?

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terih in Sonora, California

117 months ago

Sofs,

I've been talking with Scallywag and he says the $100,000 question is in the f2f. If you want to stay in touch, email me at sitlh@yahoo.com. The offer applies to anyone interested in moral support. I sure can use it and I bet others can too.

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newbieinnaples in Naples, Florida

117 months ago

sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota said: Hey, Newbie! eager to hear if you've gotten your offer yet and when you start! let us know!
Teri - one step done, fewer to go!
:-)

Thanks for asking! I was told from St. Louis that it would take a few days to get the report from my f2f interviewer and then another day to review everything an make a final decision. But guess what, I actually got the phone call the next day! I'm fortunate that my f2f interviewer was very sharp, on the ball, and made her reply promptly. To her credit I must say, her office has a long hallway full of plaques and other awards. It appears that she has won the Jack Phelan Award for Outstanding Customer Service & Sales nearly every year since she started in 1995. It was so impressive & inspirational! I'm proud not only to be selected, but also to have been given the apparent vote of confidence from one of EJ's top veterans.

I received my official written offer & startup package in the mail today. I just got home from work & I'm excited to read everything. However, now that it's official, I wanted to let all of you know the good news.

My study session commences Feb. 19th. I look forward to the pleasure of meeting those of you who will be converging in St. Louis on April 28th. Good luck to all - I hope I have helped and inspired you!

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sofs07 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

117 months ago

Congratulations!!!!
How wonderful!
Check the posts, ok? We'll keep you posted.
:-)
Mary

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