Author Archives: John Muscarello

3 Mistakes That Could Mean You Won’t Get Hired


The biggest job search myth among new graduates and young professionals is that there are no jobs available.   

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3 Essential Steps to Take Before Your Job Search Begins


So you’re ready to find your first job, or next job? You can’t wait to begin firing off applications!

But, wait just a minute! Are you really ready to begin your job search? Do you have all the i’s dotted and t’s crossed? Will you, right now, make a great first impression?   

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How to Write the Perfect Networking Follow-up Email

Has this ever happened to you?Follow-Up

You meet a great person at a networking event and you have a great conversation. With expectations high, you send a follow-up email. And another. Yet you get no response…   

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Want to Build Your Network? Offer No Reciprocation Required Value

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Did you ever wonder if you were cut out for networking? That maybe you, and those you already know, might not be able to offer your network much in return for what you gain from them?

I used to have the same feelings at times. So today we’ll discuss the secret to consistently offering real value to those in your network…   

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How to Write the Perfect Networking Follow Up Email


I made the mistake of not following up several times when I first started networking. I used to say to myself “I know they’ll contact me. I gave them my business card and told them a rock star career story that would enhance my personal brand.” As a result, no one ever contacted me.

It wasn’t until I started sending the networking follow up email below that I really started to see results.    

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Four Ways You Can Fall in L.O.V.E. With Networking


Networking and blind dates are quite similar. This is especially true regarding the fear of rejection.

Blind dates can be uncomfortable, they often feel forced, and everyone is trying to sell something (themselves). Networking events… are the same.

I am going to help you overcome all of those crappy feelings and show you how to fall in L.O.V.E. with networking.   

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