Getting noticed: Why?

Who notices you?  Do they know how what you can do could be used by them or their network?  Do you have to brag? How can you work it into the conversation?  Whom do you notice?  Why? What about them stands out?


After you notice them, do you wish you had not?  What do you do after you notice someone?

People buy from people they know. (Duh! If you don’t know of someone and what it is that they are selling, how can you buy from them?)

People buy from people they like.  If they don’t like you, why would they buy from you?

People buy from people they trust.  If they think you are not trustworthy, then they will not spend their money with you.

The same thing is true of job search – you are selling your experience, knowledge and energy.  Fortunately, you only have to make one sale.

Being known, liked and trusted is not something you can apply online for.  You have to get out there and meet people face to face, be interested in them, help them out in some way, be likeable and trustworthy.

What are you planning and doing in your job search to be known, liked and trusted?



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