The Process

If you want to find a job FASTER and get the BEST results out of it, put a bit of elbow grease into it.

Below are the skills I want to teach you for job hunting:

  • Technology (just tiny bit of knowledge), Finance (basic math), and Research (lots of this) - to Look for Jobs and Search Engine Optimize (SEO) and Quantify your Resume (see my other blogs on these topics).

  • Sales / Marketing (just a little bit) - to Pitch Yourself at your Interview (stay genuine though and have integrity)

  • Finance / Sales (again, just a little bit of each) - to Negotiate your Salary (never accept the first offer, unless it's got a lot of zeroes and you're getting the world's first laundry folder and put-away'er machine)

What is MOST important to you? Where are you in life?

Are you a recent grad who wants to just make money? Are you a mid level professional who wants to get into management or just make six figu

1) MONEY: If you had a title you didn't like and you were doing work you didn't enjoy, but you made a ton of money, would that make you happy? Let's say you were Tupperware Sales Agent who made $130K, at a company you didn't really like.


2) POWER: If you made little money and the work was meh, but your title was something you loved, would you be super stoked? Maybe a VP of a small startup where you sold paper and you made $20K.


3) TYPE OF WORK: If your title was bleh and you made little moola, but the work you did was very interesting, would you love it? Let's say you were Apprentice Frisbee Maker at a Plastic Factory that paid you like $8/hr, but you were learning all sorts of cool stuff and everyone there was super nice.

Job Hunting Process

  • the Job Posting - gives you the Answers for the Job Interview

  • your Resume gives the Employer the Evidence (Proof) that you meet the requirements of the Job Posting

  • the Job Interview is the Oral Exam, and it tells the employer if you qualify for the job; if you're a good fit for their company; and if you are who you say you are on your resume (very important)

  • the Job Offer is your Grade e.g., "Carter, we think you deserve a B+"

  • the Salary Negotiation is the Request for Re-Grade e.g., "Thank you so much, but I'm an A student, not a B+"

Job Interview

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