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Career expert, motivator, and award-winning author Andrew LaCivita shares insights on leading a fulfilled life.
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Dec 16, 2016

Are you afraid to take the first step because you’re not sure if you’ll succeed? Do you wonder why you take big leaps but don’t reach your goals? Join career expert, motivator, and award-winning author Andrew LaCivita as he discusses 4 surefire signs there's no way you'll fail!

Get the full story here: http://milewalk.com/mwblog/4-surefire-signs-theres-no-way-youll-fail/

Let’s get you over the fear and over the hump and give you the confidence you'll succeed!

Step 0: Ditch the self-importance. It’s a drag and it’s a real draaaaaaaag!

Sign 1: Sacrifice: I will sacrifice and create the space in my life to complete the project, achieve the goal, reach the next level, and pursue the life I want.

Sign 2: Learn: I will to learn whatever is required for me to succeed recognizing I’ll need to become self-sufficient before seeking additional support and learn things I don’t know and relearn things I do know when the world evolves.

Sign 3: Believe: I will believe in myself no matter the challenges I encounter and no matter what.

Sign 4: Focus: I will remain focused because my love for that purpose (goal, etc.) will need to stay the same even when everything required to achieve it will seem to change daily.

Want a planner to help make sure you succeed in your career?

GRAB THE 5-STEP CAREER SUCCESS PLANNER HERE:

https://www.milewalkacademy.com/p/5-step-career-success-planner

It comes with a 3-part video series to help you get your career focused, energized, and on track!

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Thanks!

Andy

Dec 12, 2016

Do you wonder why you have so much troubling negotiating for the salary you deserve? Join career expert, motivator, and award-winning author Andrew LaCivita as he discusses your salary negotiation starts with your cover letter not job offer!

In this episode I’ll review one of the biggest mistakes people make when negotiating their job offer: they don’t start “the negotiation” from the beginning of their job search and interviewing process. They also don’t recognize ever breath they take, every email they write, every thank-you note they send, every interview they have, their attitude, their posture, and so on is an opportunity to “negotiate.”

Watch the video or listen to the podcast for more insight.

Here are several valuable DOWNLOADS along with their respective videos:

The One-Page Guide to Negotiating Your Salary with its instructional video.

One-Page Guide to Negotiating Your Salary: http://bit.ly/2dxaNCf

Video: http://bit.ly/2ebts5n

The 4 Sentence Cover Letter that Gets You the Job Interview with its instructional video.

4 Sentence Cover Letter that Gets You the Job Interview: http://bit.ly/2aYVb3k

Video: http://bit.ly/2bsiT9R

Two Boss Hunting Cover Letters with their instructional video.

Two Boss Hunting Cover Letters: http://bit.ly/2elZjNh

Video: http://bit.ly/2ebts5n

The Winning Thank You Note with its instructional video.

The Winning Thank You Note: http://bit.ly/29CJOC8

Video: http://bit.ly/29q0E7y

Like this episode? Please share it via social media and review it on iTunes! I can keep this blog and all future podcasts and videos ad-free and sponsor-free ONLY because you share my work! Please share or subscribe to my podcast and YouTube channel too!

Want more advanced material? Join the milewalk Academy and grab some of the free offerings that support the instruction in this post!

THANKS!

Andy

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