For me today got off to a great start. I usually try to get through a couple of items on my ‘to-do list’ before opening my emails (mainly because sometimes I get distracted and before I know it, half the day has gone and I haven’t done anything that I had planned!) but today I clicked in to my emails first to read a really up-beat email from a previous client of mine who wanted to tell me how things were going in his new job. Not only did it make my day to receive an email thanking me for all the help I had given him with his CV but more importantly that he’d taken time out from his new job to send me the email. This meant a lot to me and is one of the reasons why I want to promote the saving of €50 when you book our program ‘How to Sell yourself & get the Job you want’ before the end of February – this is valid for both face to face career coaching and for online career coaching via Skype and email.
In addition, over the next few weeks I am going to concentrate on providing you with lots of useful information to help you find a job or change career so please be sure to subscribe in order not to miss out.
Many people struggle to figure out what the right career for them is and to be honest this is exactly where I was for a long time! This is when asking for the help of a career coach should not be seen as a weakness but as a strength – an investment in your future.
Others may just decide that they no longer enjoy what they are doing and want to change direction but just don’t know the best way to do it or how to sell themselves to get a job in a different field. No matter what job you are currently doing, I can guarantee that you will have transferable skills and that by following ‘How to Sell yourself & get the Job you want’, I can help you to highlight those skills and give you the confidence to make that change.
If you have any questions about deciding on the right career for you or how to sell yourself on your CV and at interviews please add them as a comment below or drop me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org it would be great to hear from you.