When you ask people what their biggest questions about finding a dream job are, you’ll find that most of them were HIGHLY UNSPECIFIC. If you ask a silly question like “How do I improve my resume?” expect a vague response back.
Asking the right questions is not sexy. But if you still think that “How do I write a cover letter?” is your major barrier to finding a dream job, you’re missing the entire game that’s being played around you.
I want to introduce you to that game today.
The Simple Guide to Finding a Job You Love
In this presentation, you’ll find material you won’t hear anywhere else, including:
- Where most of us waste our time on the job search
- The psychology of why we spend time on pointless job-hunt tasks
- Invisible Scripts that affect our behavior…without us even knowing
- The 3 most effective job hunting activities that will get 80% of the results in 20% of the time (and that most people don’t do at all).
When it comes to finding a dream job, most of us ask all the wrong questions. You could have the perfect resume, but if you’re submitting it through Monster.com, you’re still competing with thousands of other people with outstanding resumes.
- How can you shortcut the entire job hunt?
- How can you find out what you love — and then find jobs that let you do just that?
- And how do you get paid what you deserve?
300,000+ people read my blog and emails every month, looking for a richer life. Finding a job you love is a huge piece of any “rich” life. I want to help.
So instead of writing some vapid “Top 10″ blog post, I decided to go in-depth and share detailed strategies, mindsets, and stories about how to short-circuit the process that so many people waste time on. And like the rest of the material on IWT, it’s been tested, refined, and optimized before it ever saw the light of day.
Though this is premium material that I could charge for, I’m making it available to you free because I want you to start thinking about how to apply IWT principles to your search for a dream job. And I know you can find one — even in this economy — in the next few months. It’s eminently possible.
Now, get the full 46-minute video…I think you’ll enjoy it.