The Job Search Solution #3
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- Prepare for job interviews
- Deals with the emotions of a job search
- Help turn the negative emotions into positive ones
- Dispels the current myths of the job search market
- Teaches how to deal with difficult past job experience
- Actively preparing for the job search
- Although they do not have to be completed in order, The Job Search Solution #1 and #2 combined with #3 will help with the success of the search and interviewing
The Job Search Solution is the process to get a job!
Learn Tony Beshara's proven system, which has helped more than 100,000 people find a new job.
There are three major reasons people have trouble finding a job. They don't know what to do! They don't know how to do it! They don't do enough of it! A recent survey found that 86% of a group of 15,000 job seekers were resorting to only two activities to find a job...calling a few friends and sending resumes to internet job postings. The Job Search Solution explains exactly what to do for an effective job search well beyond these two fruitless activities. It details exactly how to do all of the right things to land a job, and it helps you manage the process so you do enough of it. It is an intense, systematic, step-by-step process.
In this course #3
Most people faced with having to look for a job, even if they have one, will rarely admit the emotional strain that looking for a job can become. For many, the emotional strain, disappointment, uncertainty and fear get in the way of an effective job search. Some people who don’t effectively deal with these emotions can go months without work, often in a depressed state and do nothing meaningful toward looking for a job. With this Tutorial, you will learn effective exercises to neutralize negative emotions as well as a dozen practical mental and spiritual activities to turn the negatives into positives.
- Anyone looking for a job, needs help with preparing for an interview
- Job seekers needing a positive spin on past experience
- Job seekers needing to learn how to cope with the emotions of interviewing and the job search
Next to the death of a spouse, child, or parent, the fourth most emotional thing we do (tied with divorce) is look for a new job. No matter what anybody tells you, changing jobs can be emotionally debilitating experience for anyone; and it’s difficult for the other important people in your life: spouse, relatives, friends – in short, any significant people who touch your life.
In my experience people do a number of things while looking for a job that have reinforced the spiritual side of their brain. In fact, these activities and practices help them find a job with less emotional stress than most other people. There are all kinds of additional things that a person can do, but here are some very important ones.
If you get the message of this section, the expectations you have about your job search will change. Most people believe they are going to be interviewed and hired by astute, competent leaders with great business acumen, who make logical, thoughtful, timely, commonsensical, intelligent decisions. After all, they are interviewing you —or should be, anyhow. Right? Wrong!
Hiring is mostly an emotional decision. It is important to learn early that the most qualified candidate for a job often is not the one who gets hired.
Copy this Paragraph and Place on Your Desk as a Daily Reminder
The shock and awe of the way I will be treated is the first contribution to my disappointment and frustration looking for a job. I cannot control what other people do. I can only control how i react to what they do. I do not take it personally. They are simply “acting human,” doing what they think is best for both of them and their companies.
The vast majority of people (in spite of knowing that unemployment is high, that people they know or have worked with have been laid off or looked for a job for a very long time) always think that it is different when it comes to them, personally. They just never imagine that looking for a job is going to be as hard as it normally is.
Psychologists have determined that “guided imagery” sessions can increase performance as much as 33%.
Performing well on your interviews is so very important and you want to have every advantage you can.
We developed this unique guided imagery session for interviewing. It should be played or, better yet, downloaded, then played before each interview. It is designed to help you focus on the interview and insure an excellent performance.