Review: How You Find A Job FAST by Don Schenk and Ted Leithart

how you find a job FAST book coverPublisher: Ideapage
ISBN: 978-1-937201-12-8
Pages: 124
Format: Paperback
Rating: 3.5
Age recommendation: Teens, young adult, adult

How You Find A Job FAST is an educational book for those submitting resumes and going for job interviews with potential employers. The book contains information on how you can prepare for a job interview. The authors tell us that at this point of time, jobs are very much in demand. Your presentation and conduct is a determining factor in whether you get noticed and hired or not. Inside the book is information to a “secret” website where you can download L.E.A.P. forms to be used during your job interview. Five different examples of the L.E.A.P. form being used in various job scenarios are given in the book. Tips on the do’s and don’ts of how you should conduct and present yourself are also included in the book.


I accepted the review request for How You Find A Job FAST because I thought that this book would make a good help tool. I wasn’t wrong with that. At 113 pages long (not counting the contents and other promotional pages), this book is packed with advice, practical tips, and helpful examples. It definitely makes a good “how-to” tool for those going for job interviews.

How You Find A Job FAST tells readers how they can make the best impression and pitch to potential employers. Included in the book is a link to a “secret” website where readers can download the L.E.A.P. form to be used when going for job interviews. I like the way the authors gave examples of the various L.E.A.P. forms in used for different careers. I think that this is helpful as there’s nothing better than examples for aid.

I did encounter typos here and there in How You Find A Job FAST. While there were not many of them, some did affect my reading as they made the sentences confusing. The book is one of the most interesting and informative books I’ve ever read. Yet, I strongly wished that there aren’t any typos. Many of them are easy to spot and there would be greater coherency in the book if they weren’t there.

don schenk authorDon Schenk has been self-employed for over 40 years. He has owned half-a-dozen businesses, including a recording studio, photography studio, and a real estate rental business. He created Ideapage in 1992 to publish help books and audio materials for business owners. As a business owner, he conduct job interviews and his experiences helped him in writing How You Find A Job FAST for job seekers wanting to know what potential employers are looking for. Visit his website at

ted leithart authorTed Leithart worked as the hiring manager in an international retail company before starting his own business, the Leithart Group. The Leithart Group works with businesses to help locate overlooked opportunities that will help implement new profit centers. The company is compensated on a performance basis. His takes his experience as a hiring manager conducting employee interviews to help job seekers reading How You Find A Job FAST know what companies are looking for. Visit his website at

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the authors. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

Posted on December 20, 2011, in Book Reviews and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. My favorite kind of guide books are those that are concise, yet also provide examples. Sounds like this book has both.

    Typos can be very irritating, I agree with you. Maybe they’ll print a second edition typo free!

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