Here's a question I hear frequently. "I want to work for a company that is not advertising any openings on...
Updated: June 03, 2006, - 12:52 PM
Attention spans are shorter today than ever before. Which means you have just a few moments to make an impact with...
Updated: June 03, 2006, - 12:50 PM
Start building a job search team of people you can count on for help. Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Steven Spielberg all have teams and/or boards for support and guidance. (Even Jesus had 12 guys helping him out.)
Updated: May 22, 2006, - 09:49 AM
What exactly are you doing every day to find work? Carry a small notebook and jot down how you spend your time. I promise you will be slightly disgusted with what you find.
Updated: May 08, 2006, - 08:58 AM
Because, when you write problems down, you take an immediate, huge leap towards solving them. Think about it: Every great invention or solution, from the atomic bomb to the Xbox, was first worked out on paper.
Updated: April 03, 2006, - 09:35 AM
Embarking on a job search with no list of ideal employers is like going to the grocery store without a shopping list ... on an empty stomach. You'll grab the first things you see and probably end up regretting it later.
Updated: March 20, 2006, - 08:36 AM
If you get stuck in your job search, analyze what got you hired before. Are you doing it now? If not, why not?
Updated: March 06, 2006, - 08:27 AM
Fact: The more people who know you, the less time youll spend hunting for employment. Want proof? Few people are more famous -- and less employable -- than Paris Hilton.
Updated: February 20, 2006, - 09:10 AM
You can get the job you want -- even if it seems as unlikely as driving from Cape Town to Miami -- because you are already connected to it, in ways that might not be visible. All you need a new perspective, like that of a Dymaxion Map. Then, start forward.
Updated: February 06, 2006, - 08:25 AM