There is something every successful job seeker must do while looking for a new job that will make the process easier.
You have to treat your job hunt like another job…
At the start of your career you’re the eager beaver. You’re working hard and also staying late. After all, you’re willing to do whatever it takes.
But what of it didn’t have to be so hard?
I have met and interviewed many very successful people. Among those I’ve spoke with include thirty multimillionaires and five billionaires, some world-class athletes and New York Times bestselling authors.
All of this exposure to ultra-successful people gave me some insights into what they do daily to become the best in the world. Interestingly, everything they do… anyone can do.
We all love to hear the stories of the single mom who writes a book in her spare time and sells 10 million copies, or the kid who is discovered walking down the street who becomes an A-list Hollywood star.
For many now-successful people, however, their path to glory was not nearly as straight. They had to put in their time taking jobs for small money, perfecting their craft and keeping their eyes on the prize.
For all the freelancers out there, take heart in knowing these 20 sensations started out right where you are.