Who knew it was this easy… More resources for job finding…

The blood is pumping the adrenaline is turning as the prospect of finding the perfect job is becoming a reality! The more you know the more you Are ready to do battle against those forces that would destroy your ultimate success.

Whether it be looming time lines, the choke hold of debts, formidable competitors, a dissatisfied existing search, unruly job seekers, unreliable suppliers, the down sizing, upsizing or right sizing of a company, to the decision to re-brand or not to re-brand; the need to find employment, motivation or inspiration… this blog will give you everything you need answer all your questions and give you the secrets no one else will tell you. For detailed info get Congratulations You’re Hired: It was easier than you thought and save yourself and your budgets from the graveyard where good ideas sometimes go to die!!!


Networking is a form of referrals. They provide an opportunity to create interest and excitement before you even show up for an interview. Utilize networking tools as much as possible.

Use what you got…

The Definition of Referral:
an act of referring someone or something for consultation, review, or further action.
• a person whose case has been referred to a specialist doctor or a professional body.

We readily recommend restaurants, movies, cosmetics, mechanics etc. Why wouldn’t someone recommend someone else for a job?

  1. Most people would rather hire someone who’s done business with someone they know… most of us want some assurance that we will get our money’s worth
  2. It’s a natural phenomenon that if you are good at what you do and can produce results word gets around
  3. It’s human nature to tell others about the good and bad experiences we’ve had
  4. It’s the way business used to be … when running a business meant serving a community of people you knew, trading with customers who were your friends and your friends’ friends
  5. Getting referral business begins with the understanding that there are people out there who want your services or products as badly as you want to work for them Networking is about putting the two together

Who knew it was this easy… More resources for job finding…

Advantages of using networking for job finding

More and more Networking is becoming a great resource for finding a job. There is plenty of opportunity for you to network in person and online.

In person make sure you have a lot of energy and confidence. REFER to interview tips and SUCCESS Strategies to get you into a winning state. YOU want to make sure that what you have to say is of value and that you speak loudly and clearly enough to be heard. It is very IMPORTANT that what you say is remembered. It’s all about perspective!

TIP: Rather than talk about my duties and responsibilities, focus your answers on: your SUCCESSES, your CONTRIBUTIONS, RESULTS, your ACHIEVEMENTS, of your work. Add money figures, percentages, time figures, inventory controls, mention policies and procedures you created, Templates and Macros you used, operational efficiency suggestions etc. BE SPECIFIC. Use SMART (Specific Measurable Achievable Relevant in Time or Simple, Manageable, Achievable, Realistic, Timely), STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Result) or AIDA (Attention, Information, Desire, Action) to formulate your answers and always apply KISS (Keep It Simple and Short) when giving an answer.

Some great places to network in person include: Toastmasters, BNI, City Board of Trade’s, Industry recognized designations or associations, Gyms, Country Clubs, PMI sessions, cultural centers, religious centers, MEETUPS and more! BE BOLD say HELLO and start a conversation!

Who knew it was this easy… More resources for job finding…

For online networking use: Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, Flickr, Craigslist, Kijiji, Reddit, blogs, Gmail, Yahoo, fiverr, odesk, elance, scriplance, YouTube, online dating sites, Google and others. Do not be afraid to ask for a recommendation and for help. Be humble when asking for help and emphasize you need help breaking into the industry/company.

Get people that are referring you to give you feedback on your resume or anything that might help you with the individual that you are being referred to. The more you know the better prepared you are. Read up on interesting facts about their professional or other accomplishments. Do a Google search to try and have more to discuss with the person who is accepting you as a referral from someone.

MILK your resources as before you know it you will have job offers pouring in! As always I welcome observations/questions/thoughts

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