Now available: The 7 Biggest Mistakes of Finding Your Dream Job
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Last week, thousands of people registered for my free, live webinar on the top 7 career mistakes. They learned not only which mistakes were holding them back, but how to overcome those mistakes.
Here’s what some of the attendees said:
I could only host 1,000 during the event because of the software I use.
Normally, my live webinars are one-time-only events (if you can’t make the time to attend, you don’t get the material), but I want to spread this material far and wide to combat against people who constantly complain about “the economy” when they’re talking about finding jobs. The truth is, top performers play an entirely different game — and it doesn’t matter what state the economy is in. They can always find a job — usually within days.
So if you registered, you’ll be getting a full recording. Stay tuned to your inbox.
If you did NOT register, you can still get a copy, but you’ll have to share it via Twitter or Facebook.
If you’ve ever caught yourself saying any of these common phrases, this webinar is designed to show you new strategies that I’ve tested that can help you improve your career. Here are those phrases:
- “I just need to figure it out”
- “Yeah, I should update my resume”
- “I have all these interests…I don’t want to close doors”
- “I don’t even know what I want”
- “I’m lucky to even have this job”
It’s easy to complain about the economy and wonder why you’re being given the kind of responsibility (and compensation) you think you deserve. But getting a Dream Job takes work — the right kind of work. It starts with identifying and overcoming these 7 career mistakes.
You can view the entire webcast — instantly, and for free — by sharing it via Twitter or Facebook. Click on one of the buttons below to begin.
This is material you won’t find anywhere else. I hope it’s helpful for you.
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