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Find your passion

The secret, hidden way to have job offers 'magically' attracted to you.
by

Alan Hill

on 30 December 2010

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Transcript of Find your passion

Click anywhere & add an idea Are you getting interviews, but no job offers? Does it feel like you're not 'connecting'? Buying decisions are emotional, not logical Job seekers who just 'sell their skills' miss out twice They miss the chance to help them buy... ... and they miss the chance to see how much you care. Find your passion, and they'll 'buy' you. Find your passion with your 'caring compass' What frustrated you... ...at work? Write it down. Identify it.
Own it. What's different when this changes? Why does this matter to you? Your answer to this question is the source of your passion

This is your true north. It's what truly motivates you. It's your source of success. And it's what they really are buying They want to know you care... ...that you care - about them. What tasks gave you great enjoyment at work? Which of those tasks did you perform without effort? This is your 'sweet spot'. Things you do well and enjoy doing. WHY? Share your passion - and they'll
'buy' you in the interview.
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