Get a Job
It’s easy to dislike job searches. Applications are tedious. Rejection stings. Uncertainty is hard to handle.
However, there is some good news:
It Just Takes Some Practice
Thankfully looking for work isn’t rocket science. Most of what you need to do to succeed just takes practice.
Practicing makes a big difference. You stop feeling like employers hold all the power and like you need to jump at any offer.
You Control Key Things
You control 3 things that are key to landing jobs: your attitude, appearance and ability to tell relevant stories about your career.
These 3 things are quick, easy and cost-effective ways to stand out compared to getting more experience or education.
Support Makes a Difference
Few people think to get help with job searches.
Until everyone catches on, it’s an easy way to separate yourself from the pack.
Avoid Formal Applications & Competition
If you’re open to talking to people, you can often avoid formal application processes and competition altogether.
If you’re ready to tackle a job search, I can help you with the following:
Naming Your Skills & Strengths
Identifying Compatible & Toxic Workplaces
Finding Unadvertised Positions
Writing & Rehearsing Career Stories
Marketing Your Skills on Paper & Online
Understanding Interview Processes & Etiquette
Preparing for Interviews & Speaking about Career History Issues
Understanding Job Offer & Negotiation Etiquette
Negotiating Salary & Benefits