Where are you in your job search?

Where are you in your job search?

Typically people think:
I need to start looking for a job.

I need to update my resume’.

I need to write my elevator speech.

I need to apply for all the jobs I can find online that appeal to me.

I need to  talk with and network with recruiters.

I need to go to group functions and tell people my elevator speech.

I need to apply online to every job I think I can do.

I need to find a way to get someone to call me for interviews.

I need to prepare for interviews.

I need to ace the interviews.

What to do instead:

How job search really works

Know
I know what my next job should be.

I know what skills I want to use in my next job.

I know which challenges I want to handle in my next job.

I know how to present myself online.

I know what I need in a company.

I know exactly which companies would suit me.

I know at least two people who work at those companies.

I know when I met and will meet with each of them.

I know what challenges each company is facing.

I know who is trying to handle the challenge at each company.

I know what to say to them.

I know when to follow up.

I know how to write a tailored resume for each job I want.

I know how to prepare for each interview.

I know what to say in each interview.

I know how to ask for the job.

I know what to do next.

I know how to keep up my network.

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