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Job search has more in common with the Olympic Games than you might think. Both require a participant to do their best in a high-pressure, competitive situation. And every great athlete knows success is not due purely to physical prowess; mental preparation is huge. A study of Olympic athletes has shown that four key mental […]Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to send a message to a LinkedIn member you don’t know? The ways to do this – and there are several – aren’t immediately obvious. That may be a good thing, perhaps limiting how often we hear from Strangers with Potentially Annoying Messages (SPAM). (No, that’s not *really* the origin of […]Continue reading
In last week’s post I shared two easy ways to build your target companies list – a powerful tool for a proactive job search – by using LinkedIn. In this post I’ll share two more methods from The 2-Hour Job Search by Steve Dalton. These methods use (1) Indeed.com and (2) news sources related to […]Continue reading
I’m going to tell you a secret. Job search books aren’t my favorite thing to read. Nevertheless, I’m enjoying Highly Effective Networking: Meet the Right People and Get a Great Job by Orville Pierson, and not just because it’s well written and has an encouraging tone. This book does a great job of dispelling the […]Continue reading
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