How to Effectively Execute Your Job Search
Lesson 10 Module 4
A Job Search Program With Built-in Guidance and Accountability
A successful job search involves networking, accountability, and repetition. It is all about doing the three most important things each day, then reporting back on it by the end of the day. And then the next day, you do the three most important things for THAT day and report back. And you do that day after day after day.
My colleague Jason Alba has put together an exceptional 6-week Job Search Program. It's time tested and proven and based on helping over 100,000 job seekers organize and manage their job search through his Personal Relationship Management tool JibberJobber.
You can read how to do all of the things mentioned above on various websites, articles, in books, etc. But the value of this program is that you’ll get specific tasks, every day, for six weeks. This program was designed based on best-practice principles for job seekers.
Accountability helps you stay on track and recognize your wins, even when it doesn’t feel like you are making progress. Every day you can report in and let Jason and his team know if you did the three tasks for the day. This creates a discipline and sense of accomplishment.
How It Works
If you miss a day, or a task, or a week, NO PROBLEM! You can just pick up on the next day and next task.
6 weeks. 7 days a week. 42 days.
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This program will help you focus on the most important target companies and get you closer to hiring managers in the departments you should work in and Jason and his team will virtually walk WITH YOU as you do it.
Jason's Job Search Program is not a recital of any given job search or networking book. It is helping you implement the stuff you need to do in a successful job search.
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