The Official Home of "10 Insider Secrets to a Winning Job Search"
and other best-selling books by Todd Bermont.

Todd Bermont is a world-renowned job-hunting expert with over 20 years of Fortune 500 experience. He has conducted business with over 250 Fortune 500 clients, in over 20 countries. As a top-level manager, he has hired, trained, taught, mentored and motivated employees worldwide. Bermont founded his own business in 2000. He has also worked in corporate sales and executive management for Royal Dutch Shell, NCR, IBM, APC, Lee Technologies and Total Site Solutions.

Courses by Todd Bermont have been featured by the University of Chicago's Graham School and Loyola University. And, his online job-hunting course, "12 Steps to a Successful Job Search" is currently available through over 1,500 colleges and universities across the USA. In addition Bermont has served on the Leadership Committee for the University of Chicago's Graham School and has been featured on Television, Radio and in Local Newspapers.

Todd Bermont has won several awards and was recently awarded the "Certificate of Merit" by Writer's Digest Magazine, the "National Leadership Award" by the U.S. Congressional Small Business Advisory Council and has been recognized by Who's Who. Bermont's books have been endorsed by famous celebrities such as Brian Tracy and Les Brown.

Recent television appearances by Todd Bermont include: CNN, ABC, CBS and FOX. Mr. Bermont has also been featured nationally in CareerBuilder and on scores of radio programs including Radio America, USA Radio Network, and Money Matters Radio Network.

In the News: Article Links Featuring Todd Bermont

Video Clips

Below are .wmv links to video highlights featuring Todd Bermont.

Great Story Angles

"Your Resume Gets 15 Seconds"
15 Seconds! That's the time an interviewer takes to read the average resume. Like a clip that advertises an upcoming movie, you want your resume to only show your highlights.

"You Get Only 90 Seconds to Make A Winning Impression"
90 Seconds! That's how long it takes for an interviewer to decide whether or not they want to consider you during the interview! You must make an immediate positive impression... otherwise you will lose!

"Over 90% of Your Interview is Non-Verbal!"
Over 90% of your interview is non-verbal! Posture, facial expression, eye contact and your appearance are just a few of the many non-verbal factors that can make or break your job interview!

"Destination Unknown"
Unless you know what you want... you won't get it! Upwards to 85% of all people jump into their job-hunt without first figuring out what it is that they really want to do. Imagine just jumping into a car and driving without knowing where you want to go. Crazy, but that's exactly what most job hunters do.

Interview Questions and Ideas

  1. What is the one magical question you should ask on any job interview?
  2. Who is the best person to send a resume to?
  3. What is the most effective way to find job opportunities?
  4. When you lose your job, what should you do first?
  5. How do you overcome objections in the interview?
  6. What should you do if you don't have as much experience as other candidates?
  7. To what extent should you use the Internet in your job search?
  8. Should people focus on recruiters and headhunters?
  9. Is there any hope for anyone who wants to change careers in today's economy?
  10. What is the most important secret to any successful job hunt?

Notable Quotes

"There is no paycheck that can equal the feeling of contentment that comes from being the person you are meant to be."
- Oprah Winfrey

"Far and away the best prize that life has to offer is the chance to work hard at work worth doing."
- Theodore Roosevelt

"Look at a day when you are supremely satisfied at the end. It's not a day when you lounge around doing nothing; it's when you've had everything to do, and you've done it."
- Margaret Thatcher

"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step."
- Chinese Proverb

"There is real magic in enthusiasm. It spells the difference between mediocrity and accomplishment."
- Norman Vincent Peale