Job searching is hard, like, really hard. It’s even hard in the best of times, which we have now seasonally entered.
November through February.
That’s right. Start licking your chops. It’s officially open season on all things finding-your-dream-job related.
Where I live the weather stinks this time of year, but finding that sweet job in never easier than in these months.
Wait. Whaaaa? Doesn’t feel like it?
Fact of the matter is, it makes no difference what the employment market looks like, what month it is, or what holiday the world is or isn’t celebrating if you don’t know HOW to job search!
Enter my—proven—job search challenge®.
I’m in the mood to make some promises so let’s do just that.
…you do what I challenge you to do and simply follow the steps (heck, just go through the motions but you get bonus points for positive energy), you will get traction.
Bold words. I know.
How do I know?
Because it’s been proven over and over and over again by people just like you.
Yes. The ones that are, uh, in my age group.
Yes. The ones that live in rural places without all those booming companies.
Yes. The ones without all the “required” skills on those ridiculous job descriptions.
Yes. Those returning to the workforce after being away because [plop in any reason here].
Yes. Those people who [insert whatever you can think of here] too!
What’s more, if you take the challenge, you will even surprise yourself at how easy it becomes to email total strangers. (Don’t get me started on how I think strangers are just friends I haven’t met yet.)
You’ll become more consistent, confident, care-free, and a whole bunch of other cool “C” words.
Gimme 36 minutes for today’s podcast on a Job Search Challenge® That Gets Interviews!
Here’s another promise.
It’ll be worth it.
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