Are You Ready For a New Career?
READ THIS NOW!
“Your All-in-One Career Guide: Everything You Wanted to Know About Careers” will help you get from your career choice to your dream job – without the struggle and strain that everyone else endures.
How many questions have you already asked yourself about your future? How many other people in your life have pestered you with questions about what you want to be when you grow up? Don't you feel like sometimes you just needed someone to lay out the facts for you in plain English so that you would know how to find a new career?
Maybe you are thinking about getting a new job, or maybe you are just beginning to feel restless. In either case, your mind is filled with questions about what happens, what you should do, etc. Have you begun to feel like you would never know everything? Or at least, you would never be able to learn the really important things about finding a new career? Have you been wondering if there was a way that you could finally learn more?
The good news is that no matter if you are in the interviewing phase or just getting started on the road to a new career, “Your All-in-One Career Guide: Everything You Wanted to Know About Careers” is the perfect resource for everything to do with finding a new career. Not only will you learn about how to get a new career, but you'll also learn about what to do after you find the job of your dreams.
If you are ready to be the best employee that you long to be, you need to grab a copy of “Your All-in-One Career Guide: Everything You Wanted to Know About Careers” right now. No matter what kinds of questions you have, I will give you the answers you have been searching for.
To start things off, we are going to talk about how to choose a new career:
- What are your interests?
- Your abilities?
- Your knowledge base?
- Your personal goals?
- Your career options
Unfortunately, studies are showing that many people are having to find another job either due to layoffs or business closures, so there's no need for you to worry. And with “Your All-in-One Career Guide: Everything You Wanted to Know About Careers,” you can be certain that you have the facts about getting that new job, problem-free.
Maybe you are new to the job market and have no idea where to begin or you are a seasoned worker that just wants to switch career paths, maybe even make this time around easier – no matter what kind of worker you are and the experience you've had, I have everything covered in one simple book.
So, where do we start?
Even if you have no knowledge whatsoever about finding a new career, my eBook is going to guide you through the basics of what you can expect when you are out pounding the pavement for a new job.
You will learn about:
- Goals and your career
- When others track your career progress
- Your career survival kit
- The backup career
When you have this information, you will be able to recognize what you need right from the very start, so that you can begin looking for the right career. This allows you to keep the job hunt from being long and drawn out.
But the truth is that there is a lot to know. And while some of it might seem scary or overwhelming, a job seeker needs to learn it all so that you can properly prepare yourself and recognize when things might not be heading in the right direction. In “Your All-in-One Career Guide: Everything You Wanted to Know About Careers,” you're going to learn about everything that you can expect as well as when to turn to others for help.
- Addressing the obstacles to success
- Career development through education
- Keys to a successful educational plan
- People as commodities
- People as human beings
- Keeping ahead of the marketplace
- When you dream of your own business
With this knowledge, you can make the best decisions for your career as well as for your financial future.
But planning and training are a big part of the process aren't they? In “Your All-in-One Career Guide: Everything You Wanted to Know About Careers,” you're going to find out about these details and how to use this knowledge to your advantage.
No matter what happens, this book will guide you through the trenches of searching for a job that is worth your time and your expertise.
But there's even more!
Since you are going to need to learn about your new career, I am also going to cover career training.
- On the job training
- Part time employment
- Non profit organizations
- The unemployment office
- Paid outside training
- Where can you turn?
Changes are happening everywhere you look in the job market these days. Sometimes you can sense that something is going to change in your career and sometimes you cannot – those are the facts of life.
In “Your All-in-One Career Guide: Everything You Wanted to Know About Careers,” we are going to cover some of your most pressing needs for the next phase of your work life:
- Foreseeing career transitions
- How to contact a recruiter
- Working with human resources
- Online recruitment
- Recruitment agencies
The detail that I go into with these subjects allows you to have a clear understanding of what you can expect. And that can help you feel less anxious about ‘doing things right.'
Also, if you order a copy of “Your All-in-One Career Guide: Everything You Wanted to Know About Careers,” I am going to include a copy of my special report, “Seven Day Career Change Plan – Managing an Unexpected Career Change."
This 10 page report includes:
- Preparing ahead of time
- Resources for career changes
- Making your dreams come true
- Life's practicalities
- Career coaches
- Striking out on your own
- Where to get training
- Online resources
- Your seven day career plan
- How to keep your spirits up
I just had so many ideas that I could not fit them all into “Your All-in-One Career Guide: Everything You Wanted to Know About Careers.” Even with 59 pages of information, I still needed to include this special report for you.
But what are you really getting from these books?
When you order a copy of “Your All-in-One Career Guide: Everything You Wanted to Know About Careers,” you are not only getting a comprehensive guide to finding a new career, but you're also getting the peace of mind that comes along with knowing what to expect.
By taking the time to learn what to expect and how to take care of yourself during the inevitable career change, you are giving your life the best chance possible.
GET IT NOW!
Table Of Content
Introduction : Learning To Take Control Of Your Career Path
1 Choosing A Career
What Are Your Interests?
Your Personal Goals
Your Career Options
2 Tracking Career Advancement
A Word About Goals
When Others Track Your Progress
3 Planning Career Changes
Your Career Survival Kit
The Backup Career
4 Do You Need Career Coaching?
Addressing The Obstacles To Success
5 Career Development Through Education
Keys To A Successful Educational Plan
Being Prepared To Apply
Managing Your Time
6 Career Management
People As Commodities
People As Human Beings
Keeping Ahead Of The Marketplace
When You Dream Of Your Own Business
7 Timely Career Planning
Keep Your Skills Marketable
Keep Your Eye On The Market
Toot Your Own Horn
8 Forms Of Career Training
The Unemployment Office
Paid Outside Training
Where To Turn?
9 Foreseeing Career Transitions
Business Warning Signs
Personal Warning Signs
10 Executive Recruitment
How To Contact A Recruiter0
Get A Reference
Write A Brief Cover Letter
11 Working With Human Resources
Issues To Take To Human Resources
Internal Human Resources Bulletin Boards
12 Online Recruitment
Who Is Online With You?
What Jobs Are Posted Online?
13 Do You Want A Recruiter Instead?
When To Use A Professional Recruiter
What Recruiters Offer You
14 Recruitment Agencies
What To Look For In A Recruitment Agency
What To Avoid In A Recruitment Agency
15 Recruitment Services
Know Who You Are
Do Your Research
Have A Plan
Prepare Your Finances
Go To School
Upgrade Your Skills
Understand The Winds Of Change
Here is an excerpt of the ebook
DO YOU NEED CAREER COACHING?
When people used to count on being in one company for a lengthy period of time, it wasn't unusual to have someone within the company who would mentor an up and coming employee. This person would help to advise the employee on the best way to achieve some career success while continuing to fit into the company culture. Sometimes this person was a supervisor. Other times it was someone within another department. The key was that whoever was doing the mentoring, they were more knowledgeable about the company and could help to steer their charges through the myriad of office politics. They could also help the employee to find ways to enhance their value to the company in strategic areas that would pay off later in the form of being just the right person to fill a new position.
Although you might be one of the lucky few to find a mentor within your company, with the dynamic nature of the workplace it wouldn't be wise to assume they will be there long term. You want someone now who understands the marketplace and can guide you to be an employee that not only can further their career in the company they are in, but also in the marketplace should the business suddenly sour. For that, you may want to hire a career coach who can have a good view of the overall picture. They will take your goals into account, your present achievements, and help you to make decisions in your life to get to where you want to be.
Mentorship is only one reason to get a career coach. There are many others. Career coaches can help to motivate you, when you feel that you are taking to long to achieve a particular goal. They can help sort through any psychological obstacles you've created and get to the root of your problem with advancement. If you find that you are hitting the same roadblocks over and over in your quest for career advancement, then this is the perfect time to hire a career coach. They can begin to help you find the source of the obstacles and give you the motivation to bulldoze through them, if necessary.
We are so confident you are going to love this book that we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee! If you do not agree that the book has everything we say it does, just write us and let us know.