As a new year dawns, there's so much hope for standing out on your job hunt. More and more people are discovering the secret I want to share with you today: that you don't have to have experience or credentials to launch a career you love.
What to do with a cover letter 👇 4. Origami Reindeer Can pull up to one made-with-your-resume sleigh. 3. 2,020-piece Puzzle Give or take a few pieces. Make sure to print a second copy so you know what the result…
It’s easy to become a pessimist in the Information Age. Being an optimist is harder – it takes concentrated discipline. What’s harder still, I think, is not only recognizing the things unique to our time worth being optimistic about, but also learning to leverage those opportunities to create the life you want.
It was 2:02 in the morning, and Robert Cohen was in Costa Rica, interviewing for a job in Europe. He’d kept his calendar open–it said he was available 24/7–and he always tried to see if he could make the interview process easier for the interviewer by taking the initiative to set up the calendar meeting himself.
"If you really want to get the job, you have to show them something else." Transcribed from an interview I had with Amanda Jones, one of the first Crashers who ran her job hunt as a self-marketing campaign.