What if you could feel more confident, more excited, and more relaxed about every aspect of your job search, in under an hour?
It’s Not You, It’s Your Job Search distills two decades of career coaching into 43 super-practical, achievable job-search tips that will make you feel a little less crazy and a lot more productive.
Within an hour, you will learn:
- The danger of selling yourself and why you should stop doing it
- The real goal you should be setting for yourself when applying for jobs
- 15 alternatives to using job boards
- The hidden job requirement that’s lurking in all job descriptions
- How to update your resume in 2 minutes or less
- The most overlooked but likely-to-be-read section of the cover letter
- The golden rule of networking that doesn’t involve talking about yourself
- How to avoid “dancing naked” in the interview
- The best way to work with recruiters
- 5 core tenets to writing an effective LinkedIn profile
Plus, you’ll be shown a failsafe 4-step formula you can use every day that will keep your energy and spirits high as you embark on the daunting task of looking for work.
It’s Not You, It’s Your Job Search is purposefully concise. You don’t want to spend your time reading a book; you want to gobble up some quick bullet points of insider information and get back to your job search.
It doesn’t take much to change your mindset. And your outcome.
“Very cool book. Already feel less crazy, less alone and more prepared.”
“Practical advice as well as tricks to keep yourself sane and remember your worth.”
“Don’t spend weeks learning how to job search. Cliff lays it out in a unique, playful 1-hour read.”
“Really practical, easy-to-implement advice. I’d recommend it to anyone.”
Cliff Flamer is a former Silicon Valley recruiter turned award-winning, nationally certified Career Counselor and Resume Writer who has carried a multi-month waiting list for several years. He has an MS in Career Counseling from San Francisco State University and a BA in English from Tufts University.He enjoys bringing levity and optimism to the job-search process, that and boatloads of tried-and-true advice.