Today’s hiring success story is not some big magical secret.
I get tired of hearing come-ons that promise to share the ultimate secret to getting a job, to having your phone ring off the hook, to having companies pound on your door—in the middle of the night!—just to hire you.
Nope. Doesn’t work that way. Those kinds of online offers are a bunch of hooey, run by folks who make their money by taking yours.
And you don’t have that much to spare, am I right?
Here is what a winning job search IS NOT about:
- Adding a PS to your cover letter (bad idea!)
- Using some fill-in-the-blank template (do you really want to sound like everyone else? Isn’t that the problem you are trying to overcome?)
- Nagging your contacts until they ignore your calls.
A winning job search is about presenting the benefits of choosing you.
It’s about who you are, what you do, why it matters, how it helps, who it helps and why.
You are a problem solver, so explain how you save time, make money, save money, how you build out the company’s bottom line—because that is all your new boss cares about.
Tell that story in your cover letter and resume. Do it well: Use vibrant language and compelling details. Practice saying it, so you excel in a phone or live interview. Now you are on your way to IN-Visibility and ending the job search.
Sound good to you? Buy the book and let’s get started.