You may be familiar with the snowball effect. Or the expression about rolling stones gathering no moss.
We all know the value of building momentum in business.
But what does it look like in a job search? And how do you build it?
If you would you like to create five little snowballs or get a few stones rolling, read these ideas below:
Whether you write your own or have your resume written professionally, one thing remains true: You have to be able to speak to what is on your resume! You be able to bring it (and your value) to life.
Why? Because many interviewers do what I call “resume interviews”. They base nearly every question to you off of something they see on your resume…
For some time, career networking has been something I do on a subconscious level. No thinking, I just do it. It has become second nature. But let’s face it: this is a great question that many struggle with heading into a career networking event.
So now I’m here to answer the question! In full detail, for the world to evaluate and comment on. Let’s dig in…
We’ve all been there (and likely will be again). Faced with the “pompous interviewer” – someone who feels taking time for our interview is almost too big an inconvenience. Well, many job seekers have had this daydream… that the tables were turned. Enjoy!