Attention College Students:
For a Job Tomorrow, Fill a Need Today.
In a time of economic ups and
downs, jobs are unstable, and can be hard to find.
But needs are everywhere: in business, organizations,
and communities. Finding rewarding work will not
depend nearly as much on how great your résumé
looks as it will upon how well you can benefit someone
Discover the Power of Relationships
Don't worry about traditional
job-hunting vehicles. Instead, focus on relationships,
by developing your skills and work ethic, and creating
a reputation that precedes you. This will enable
you to reduce the résumé, cover letter
and even the job interview to what they should be:
This Book Will Show You How. You
Will also Learn:
- How to contact dozens of people
who will put you to work today
- The truth behind the biggest
myth of networking: “It's who you know”
- A secret to connecting with
people in high places
- The ten lifelong benefits of
- The rewards of small business—working
in your own or someone else's
- To connect with people who
will hire you, before you start looking for work
- How to reduce or eliminate
the lag time from graduation to professional work
- . . . and much, much
more. All within a short read.
This is not a book on job hunting.
Rather, this book focuses
upon what you must concentrate before your job hunt
begins: your character, your skills, and your relationships.
Start building upon these three traits, and your
career will have begun before you know it.