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In 1970, Richard Nelson Bolles wrote a book that was destined to change the world of job hunting. Since then, “What Color Is Your Parachute” has gone on to sell millions of copies around the world and change the view of job seekers everywhere.
However, even the incredibly prescient Mr. Bolles could have predicted the changes that have happened over the past 37 years. The pace of the working world has accelerated, with technology making things possible that never were before. Never before in the history of job hunting has it been possible to put your resume in front of hundreds of companies or get instant access to thousands of jobs on job boards instantly.
Today, you can do exactly that – right now. And so can everyone else.
Because everyone is doing the same thing, everybody tells me that getting a job is a lot harder than it sounds!
And no longer is job-hunting about “bailing out of the plane”. You no longer need to be considering the color of your parachute, but whether you want a parachute at all. Because who wants working to feel like jumping out of a plane? Do you want to be questioning whether your parachute will open? Feeling the ground speeding up at you? Or do you want to be relaxing, in complete control, knowing that you’re doing exactly what you should be doing?
Yes, the job search can seem treacherous, at first. It punishes those who don’t understand the system, and rewards those who do. So, I wrote a 5-day
email course to help you understand the way that successful people get jobs fast.
Here are some of the things you’ll
Why the successful job searchers do things in exactly the opposite way that everyone else does, and how it sets them apart.
Why the “shotgun approach” doesn’t work – and how this ultimately works to your advantage, once you understand how to target your efforts.
The single most important part of negotiating for your salary – and how to ensure that you always get exactly what you’re looking for.
And, as a free bonus, you’ll get the introductory chapter of my ebook “Forget the Parachute, Let Me Fly the Plane absolutely free.
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