My Dirty Little Secret To Earning An Entry-Level Salary Of $60,000-Straight Out Of College…
If you want to stop feeling powerless during your interviews, and start having more control over the outcomes of your job search, one of the most important things you can do is start learning powerful, tested, GUARANTEED methods to influencing your prospective employers.
And I’m going to give you a simple, 3-step formula for learning how to do this. If you do these three things, you WILL get more job offers, period.
Use these steps to get more interviews and land the kind of job offers you want.
1) Start with the inner game FIRST
In this new economy, experience and technical skills alone will not get you hired. Success with getting hired starts with what’s inside of YOU… and the single most important thing you will ever do is to learn how to build a “rock-solid” foundation of confidence and power inside of you.
When you develop this unshakable feeling of self-confidence you’ll notice some very interesting things happen in your job search…
Hiring managers that you meet will all of a sudden become VERY interested in getting to know you… even to the point of pursuing you… just to find out what you’re all about.
Unfortunately, this isn’t something you can just “decide” to have.
It takes a lot of hard work…
Fortunately through my own struggles I’ve developed some almost “magical” techniques for overcoming fear and boosting your self-confidence FAST, but I won’t have time to go over all of them with you right now. Just trust me, when you get your inner game handled, you’ll be AMAZED at how everything else just seems to fall into place.
And best of all, you’ll never have to worry about not having income or being unemployed ever again.
2) Learn lots of tested techniques that WORK
Ever get frustrated with not knowing who to address your cover letter to because almost every job posting you come across wont include a contact name?
Or have you ever been confused with not knowing which way is the best way to format your resume… but you didn’t have any CREDIBLE professionals to ask for advice?
These situations happen all the time… and all too often college grads end up missing out on opportunities because they don’t know “what to do”.
I’ve found that the key to avoiding missed opportunities is to have at least one “default” thing to do in every situation… whether it is finding the contact info for who you should be addressing your cover letter to, how to format your resume, or knowing what to say on your first phone interview… and everything else up to “negotiating salaries” and beyond…
Do you see where I’m going here?
When you have an arsenal of powerful, tested techniques that work, you can take advantage of any opportunity that presents itself… and never worry about things not ending up “your way”.
And after you spend a day or two learning them, you’ll spend the rest of your life using them to get any job that you want.
3) Build and participate in a “MasterMind”
Possibly the most important action you can take right now to create success in your job search is to build and participate in a “MasterMind”.
What is a MasterMind, you ask?
A MasterMind is a group of people who have common interests and goals, who get together on a regular basis to support each other in growth and development toward actualizing those interests and goals. Traditionally, masterminds were used by high-level business owners and wealthy people to get support and feedback in their ventures. It was and still is used by people who understand that the power of the “group mind” is exponentially more powerful than the sum of the individual minds from which the group is composed.
For the sake of your job search, lets just say your MasterMind should be a dedicated group of people who are actively searching for jobs in the same industry if possible.
If you want to learn more about this, I’d recommend Napolean Hill’s book “Think And Grow Rich”.
Hill said that no individual can achieve great power with out a MasterMind. My experience (and the experience of every powerful person I’ve ever researched) confirms this idea.
Now do me a favor and tell me what you’ve learned in the comment area below. Enjoy!