We have secrets to win interviews and get hired. Apply these tips for First-Mover-Advantage.
Out of fear of rejection, we seek permission from a company to work for them. Let go of all that!
The kicker is to admit you're not happy enough. Then, rather than bask in discontentment, leverage it.
With blogging I unearthed a superpower.
Did it win me a job? Not by itself.
But when I see the ripple effects of blogging, I'd say a confident "yes." Here's how.
Do the job before you have the job.
Because if you're on the job hunt, you're going to need effort. So why not channel that to get results?
Imagine you're the head of sales at some medium-sized company, and you're trying to land a new, $50k client. How would you go about doing this?
We are surrounded by opportunities to create value in our own lives and the lives of people around us each and every day. Everyone can create value. Everywhere you go.
It's pretty evident that you must have something to show to the world that you have some value. But today, I reject allowing someone to judge me based on a piece of paper.
When you lead with your interest and excitement, you find a few companies you genuinely love, create something genuinely unique for them, and make a genuinely hard to ignore pitch, you end up with a genuinely cool career.
Instead of only sending a resume, Gregory created a chatbot that solves a real problem for the company he wanted to work for—and he won the job. I sat down with him to hear his story and his advice.
Video pitches are a great way to stand out to companies and give them something that makes them say, "I want to interview this person!" Here are a few of the best tips on how to make a great pitch video that hiring managers love.
One of the most valuable things you can do for your personal and professional life is to create a "digital paper trail" of things that you want associated with your name.