Or do you know someone who . . .
. . . might be losing or has lost their job? Or even better . . . they really hate their company and are “actively” searching for that next position?
But for some reason, it’s not WORKING. They feel they’re doing the ‘right’ things, but for some reason they’re hitting obstacle after obstacle. And their not getting anywhere.
It’s frustrating! What they need is a powerful kick-start to their search (and ego) to help them get the right leads, the right companies, the right interviews, and the best offers!
Here’s their solution:
It’s a FREE Rich Gee MASTERCLASS . . .
To get you back on target and into your next position. I’ve delivered this workshop for thousands of people and have received standing ovations (and many clients!).
This Wednesday, May 22 — 12 Noon to 1 PM ET
It’s time for you to take one hour of your day and give your job search a major kick in the butt. From the comfort of your home or office, you can join my webinar instantly:
What will I cover?
- What’s stopping you from finding that perfect position?
- How to dump networking and start connecting with key movers & shakers.
- Mistakes people make with their resume.
- How to be more assertive in your job search.
- What questions to ask, body language, and much, much more!
The seats are almost gone! Because it’s FREE!
I originally opened up this Masterclass to my EliteTier clients and the seats are winnowing down to a select few. Why? The economy is getting better and people are leaving their jobs in droves for better positions with better companies.
You unfortunately have to compete with these people — you need the tips, tools, and techniques to be head and shoulders above the competition. Get Tough! will deliver what you need. In a single hour. For FREE!
This Wednesday, May 22 From 12 Noon to 1 PM ET:
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Thank you – Rich
You started out so well.
They hired you out of a field of thousands. They groomed you. They took you on trips, wined and dined you. They gave you the best projects and always had an open-door policy when it came to you. You were the Golden Child.
But then something went wrong. Not overnight, but over a series of months. You noticed it — they were paying more attention to your colleagues. Maybe an errant, small reprimand during a meeting. Or a meeting where you’re asked not to attend.
In any event, you’re getting the feeling your relationship has soured with your boss. How do you repair it? [click to continue…]
You know you have to have them — status update meetings, quarterly reviews, client updates, investor relations, customer feedback sessions, etc. They stink because:
- They are usually not well run.
- They frequently go over their schedule.
- Work usually doesn’t get done — just talking/pontificating.
- It’s not all about you (probably the most important one).
One technique I use to combat “meeting-itus” is to take great notes. Stick with me. [click to continue…]
If you are 25 years old, on average, this is how many weeks you have left to live:
I know it is a bit morbid but I found it motivating as well. Maybe some of you will feel the same.
Think about it: You may think a week isn’t much time at all. Maybe you spent an entire week worrying about your job, your family, your relationship, a new car . . . anything. Now look at the image. Would you really give up an entire dot or two on something that doesn’t matter at all? I sure wouldn’t.
Also if you don’t get it each dot represents a week. It’s a 52×52 grid, so 2704 dots in total. About 51-52 years.
So . . .
- If you need to make a decision, make it and move on.
- If you have to do something and are procrastinating, do it today.
- If you need to meet someone, call them NOW.
- If you have to change something in your life, today is a great day to start.
There aren’t many dots up there. And if you’re older than 25, YOU HAVE LESS DOTS. Time to GET MOVING.
Excerpt from Reddit from Fresh_Baked.
Originally written by Joseph French Johnson in the early 1900′s — I can not, to this day, find a more inspirational piece of text:
I often wonder what it is that brings one person success in life, and what it is that brings mediocrity or failure to their brother or sister. The difference can’t be in mental capacity; there is not the difference in our mentalities indicated by the difference in performance. In short, I have reached the conclusion that some people succeed because they cheerfully pay the price of success, and others, though they may claim ambition and a desire to succeed, are unwilling to pay that price.
And the price is… [click to continue…]
As a coach, I deal with client stress issues all the time. It comes with the job.
I help my clients by focusing in on three simple philosophies from a book called Self-Powerment — written by Dr. Faye Mandell, an incredible woman and friend (go out and buy her book TODAY!).
Let’s get down to the facts:
There are three stressors which tend to hit us when we least expect it — Fear, Anger and Guilt. What Faye tries to do is to get you back into your original human emotional needs we all experience — Security, Being In Control, and Feeling Adequate.
Here’s how your body and mind work (this will sound repetitive, it is, but stay with me):
We all need to feel some sense of [click to continue…]
Find yourself thinking small? Too afraid to think big?
Think Big: Take chances.
Think Small: Take no chances.
Think Big: Meet New People, Target important contacts, Touch Movers & Shakers
Think Small: Stay within your current group of contacts and colleagues.
Think Big: Spend money, Invest in your business, Grow your career.
Think Small: Don’t spend money, hunker down and wait for the issues to go away. [click to continue…]