The Complete Resume LinkedIn Get Your Dream Job Course

By an Award Winning MBA Prof. Who Successfully Changed Careers from Goldman to Consulting to VC to Hedge Funds to Tech.
The Complete Resume LinkedIn Get Your Dream Job Course
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15.20 GB
Total length :
12h 3m

Instructor

Chris Haroun

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Last update

8/2022

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4.4/5

The Complete Resume LinkedIn Get Your Dream Job Course

What you’ll learn

#1 Best Selling Career Development Course on Udemy! This is 3 courses in one (interviewIng skills + resume/linkedin skills + networking skills!).
Get your dream job. This comprehensive complete career course is 12 hours, contains more than 250 lectures, 67 easy to complete exercises and 29 templates/other downloads to help you get your dream job!
Build your perfect resume (using a format I have successfully used for more than 20 years).
Interview better than anyone else (you will be able to answer ANY interview question and turn your weaknesses into strengths).
Build your perfect LinkedIn profile (learn how to get more recruiters & employers to find you).
Network better than anyone else so you can get your dream job (or even get customers etc).
Goals: Know what your career goals are (no limits) through an optional goal setting workshop.
Passion: Know how to figure out what career you are most passionate about so that it feels like you don’t have a job…you have a passion!
Turn your ‘perceived’ weaknesses into strengths.
Answer any question you have no idea how to answer.
Know what to bring to the interview to increase your chances of getting hired (your competition will definitely not do this…). These interview exhibit secrets helped me change careers many times.
Add structure to your answers and use frameworks that the interviewer will appreciate and understand.
Know how to talk about your strengths in interviews so your answers are powerful, passionate, inspirational and right from the heart.
Understand what you need to know about the company you are interviewing at. I will show you an easy way that Wall Street analysts use to research firms from a qualitative perspective, which will make you look awesome!
Understand why relationships are always more important than product knowledge. You need to bond first with the interviewer and talk business later.
Structure your delivery in an interview and understand how to use transition words and words that buy you time!
Know what words to use and what words to never use.
Understand how to read the interviewer to tell if you are doing well in the interview.
Know when to stop talking and avoiding “over selling.”
Answer questions a certain way that helps you know what question the interviewer will ask you next!
Understand how to answer very tough questions (so that the actual interview will be easy for you)!
Know how to help people you are interviewing with …and if you do (and I will explain how) then you have a HUGE chance of getting hired.
Understand how to think like the interviewer, which will increase your chances of getting hired (and know what answers they want to hear).
Use technology to help you prepare for the interview.
Know how to deal with an aggressive interviewer (it’s only a test).
Understand how to have positive body language in your interviews and what can hurt your chances of getting hired.
Know what to wear to an interview as every company is different. In the course I provide you with great resources to help you find out what to wear to the interview
Know from my work experience, why I have decided to hire and not to hire people after interviewing them.
Understand how to interview with people at different seniority levels in a company. You can’t approach all interviews the same way; it all depends on the rank of the person you are interviewing with.
Know what questions to ask in the interviews (and when to ask). You need to ask questions in interviews based on the seniority of the person interviewing you. I will provide many examples.
Know what to do the morning of the interview (before the interview). You will have a thorough checklist ready and you will be more than ready for your interview!
Know what to do IMMEDIATELY after the interview. These post interview tips will help you increase your chances of getting hired.
Negotiate a higher salary. You got the job! Now What? Crucial advice on what to do now that you got the job, including negotiating your salary and why NOT quitting could be a good option…
Know when to decline a job offer, how to respond to a rejection which can help you a lot in the long run and why interviewing is an incredible way to network even if you don’t get the job!
Know what your goals are in life [Optional Goal Setting Workshop Section]. This section will change your life. We will set incredible goals and what your resume WILL look like in 10 years. We will follow through and make these goals a reality within 10 years.
Understand what impactful words you should include on you resume. There are certain impactful words we must include on our resume. We will also talk about optimal job titles to use (if you started a club or work part time or if you don’t have an official title).
Know what accomplishments to put on your resume. We will discuss how to list your top accomplishments on your resume. Plus there are definitely a few things that you have accomplished that you never thought of putting on your resume.
Know exactly how to format your resume.
How to create an unbelievable cover letter. We will talk about how to make an incredibly passionate, simple and effective cover letter.
How to optimize your LinkedIn profile so that recruiters have an easier time finding your profile.
How to embrace Search Engine Optimization (S.E.O.) the easy way. We will add more complexity to your LinkedIn profile as keywords help you rank higher in search rankings.
How to add much more depth to your LinkedIn profile.
Know what should be included in LinkedIn recommendations (if possible). What should be in recommendations? Keywords please for SEO (Search Engine Optimization)!
Know how to add endorsements, which helps recruiters find you on LinkedIn and helps you with S.E.O. (Search Engine Optimization).
Comprehend why to only take advice from successful people…and comment on their posts!
Understand the secrets of getting recruiters to find you via “groups.” Recruiters, potential employers and potential customers will find you more easily if you are members of “groups”.
Know what you should remove that is written online (and negative of course) about you and how can we do this so recruiters don’t see negative items when searching our names.
How you can rank higher in Google search rankings.
Get incredible networking meetings!
Know when to follow up with contacts after a first meeting and the amazing and value added way to stay in touch.
Network with your heart so you can “accidentally” receive 10x > than you give. You will find that if you give from your heart (without expecting anything in return), then you will receive much much much more in the long run. The most successful people are often givers.
Network to reach all of your professional, education and personal goals! Let’s fill the gap between where we are now and where we want to be in 10 years! Let’s do this!!!!!!!!!!!
Use networking strategies if you have no idea what you want to do. We will discuss ideas on how to find your calling, your passion and your career by analyzing those that have gone down different career paths that you are not sure you want to take yet.
Switch careers using many strategies, including seeking advice from those that have changed careers and how to network and meet with them for guidance.
and much more…

The Complete Resume LinkedIn Get Your Dream Job Course

Requirements

Anyone can take this course (no prior knowledge of creating resumes, optimized LinkedIn profiles, networking skills, interview skills and no career changing skills are required)! Recommended: access to Microsoft Word. Optional: access to PowerPoint.

Description

#1 Best Selling Career Development Course on Udemy! This 12 hour complete career course is 3 courses in one (interviewIng skills + resume/linkedin skills + networking skills!).Welcome to The COMPLETE Resume, LinkedIn & Get Your Dream Job Course! by the author of the best selling business course on Udemy, an award winning professor, TEDx Talk speaker, author & entrepreneur.
I guarantee that this is THE most thorough job course available ANYWHERE on the market – or your money back. This is the #1 best selling career development course on Udemy. Are you ready to take your career to the next level and get your dream job?

This comprehensive complete career course is 12 hours, contains more than 250 lectures, 67 easy to complete exercises and 29 templates/other downloads to help you:

Get any job you want,Build the perfect resume (using a format I have successfully used for more than 20 years),    Interview better than anyone else (you will be able to answer ANY interview question and turn your weaknesses into strengths),Build the perfect LinkedIn profile (learn how to get more recruiters & employers to find you),Network better than anyone else so you can get your dream job (or even get customers etc),and much more…I want to help you get your dream job as my passion has always been helping others reach their full potential. I have conducted over 1000 interviews (1 per week for more than 20 years) and I have successfully interviewed and switched careers many times (from working at Goldman Sachs to the tech industry to consulting to hedge funds to venture capital, etc.). I want you to learn from my mistakes and accomplishments and reach your full potential.

* Since this is a very comprehensive career course, there are 4 ways to take this course as follows:

You can chose to take only the Interview portion of the course, which is Part 1 (sections 1 – 23).You can chose to take only the Resume/LinkedIn/and Optional Career Goal Setting Workshop portion of the course, which is Part 2 (sections 24 – 41).You can chose to take only the Networking portion of the course, which is Part 3 (sections 42 – 50).*My recommendation is to take the entire course in order (sections 1-50).* I humbly recommend taking the entire course in order as I have reverse engineered and analyzed the process of getting a job over the past 20+ years and I know that if you go through Part 1 first, which is my interview boot camp, then in Part 2 you will know exactly how to improve your resume/LinkedIn profile based on how you completed the interview exercises in Part 1 of the course (very easy process to follow). Then you will be able to network like a rock star in Part 3!I have mentored many people using the concepts in this course and they have all achieved incredible success in life (I am passionate about helping people reach their full potential).

This course will help you get the job of your dreams and is for every age, every industry, every career and everyone.

There are no limits; you can get any job you want and together we will make this happen. Are you ready to take your career to the next level?

30 day money back guarantee.

Let’s begin!

Thanks,

Chris : )

Overview

Section 1: Introduction to Getting Your Dream Job and How to Take this Course

Lecture 1 Thank You Message from Chris

Lecture 2 How To Take This Course

Lecture 3 10 Reasons Why People Don’t Do Well in Interviews & Why You Will Do Well!

Lecture 4 Attached Are Your 3 Success Journals for this Course & Why This Will Help You

Lecture 5 Interview Journal Exercise #1: Let’s Find Out What Your Weaknesses Are Right Now

Lecture 6 How to Ask me Questions in the course and on my Weekly Webcast (Includes Zoom)

Section 2: Part 1 of 3: Interviewing: Let’s Turn Your Weaknesses into Strengths

Lecture 7 Addressing Your Weaknesses Introduction

Lecture 8 Interview Journal Exercise #2: Let’s Turn Your Weaknesses into Strengths

Lecture 9 #1 You Don’t Think You Have Enough Work Experience to Get the Job.

Lecture 10 #2: You Don’t Think You Have the Right Education to Get the Job.

Lecture 11 #3: You Have Had Too Many Jobs for Short Periods of Time.

Lecture 12 #4: You Were Fired or Let Go.

Lecture 13 #5: You Were Unemployed or Didn’t Work for An Extended Period of Time.

Lecture 14 #6: You Think You Are Too Young.

Lecture 15 #7: You Think You Are Too Old.

Lecture 16 #8: You Are Overqualified for The Job.

Lecture 17 #9: You Might Not Have the Right Work Visa.

Lecture 18 #10: You Don’t Have the Right Background or Life Experiences.

Lecture 19 #11: You Have Worked in Industries that Have Nothing to Do with This Job.

Lecture 20 #12: You Don’t Have Enough Confidence to do Well in Interviews.

Lecture 21 #13: Something Happened to Or By You That Might Stop You From Getting Hired.

Lecture 22 #14: Your Grades or Test Scores Aren’t High Enough.

Lecture 23 You Should Now Have the Confidence to Address These Perceived Weaknesses.

Lecture 24 Side Note: Please Don’t Discuss Compensation Until You Get the Offer : )

Section 3: What Are Your Strengths & How to Ace Questions About What You Are Good At

Lecture 25 Addressing Your Strengths Introduction

Lecture 26 Interview Journal Exercise #3.1: What Your Strengths Are & How to Address Them

Lecture 27 #1: Teamwork – How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality

Lecture 28 #2: Passion – How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality

Lecture 29 #3: Dedication & Hard Work – How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality

Lecture 30 #4: Enjoy – How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality

Lecture 31 #5: Exceed Expectations – How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality

Lecture 32 #6: Dependable – How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality

Lecture 33 #7: Organized – How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality

Lecture 34 #8: Customer Focused – How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality

Lecture 35 #9 What Makes You Different? – How to Answer a Question on this Strength Quality

Lecture 36 #10 Why Has Everything You Have Done in Your Life Lead You to Excel at This Job?

Lecture 37 Additional Strength Key Words to Mention/Discuss if You Can in the Interview….

Lecture 38 Interview Journal Exercise #3.2: Put Additional Strength Key Words Into Answers

Section 4: What to Bring to the Interview to Increase Your Chances of Getting Hired

Lecture 39 Introduction to Items to Bring to the Interview

Lecture 40 Why the “What to Bring” Strategy Has Worked for Me Over and Over Again

Lecture 41 Interview Journal Exercise #4.1: What to Bring Checklist for Interviews

Lecture 42 Interview Journal Exercise #4.2: If Interviewing for Finance Job Make/Bring This

Lecture 43 Interview Journal Exercise #4.3: If Interviewing for Management Job Make/Bring..

Lecture 44 Interview Journal Exercise #4.4: If Interviewing for A Sales Job Make/Bring This

Lecture 45 Interview Journal Exercise #4.5: If Interviewing for Operations Make/Bring This

Lecture 46 Interview Journal Exercise #4.6: If Interviewing for Assistant Job Make/Bring…

Lecture 47 Interview Journal Exercise #4.7 If Interviewing for Human Resources Make/Bring..

Lecture 48 Side Note: Do Research on the Company Before the Interview : )

Lecture 49 Interview Journal Exercise #4.8 If Interviewing for A Job Not Mentioned Above…

Section 5: How to Answer Any Question You Have No Idea How to Answer & Using Frameworks

Lecture 50 Introduction to Frameworks and Answering Questions When You Are Stuck

Lecture 51 Interview Crutch Introduction

Lecture 52 Answering Qualitative General Business or Consulting Questions Using Frameworks

Lecture 53 Answering Qualitative Questions Using the S.W.O.T. Analysis Framework

Lecture 54 Answering Qualitative Questions Using the B.C.G. Analysis Framework

Lecture 55 Answering Qualitative Questions Using the P.L.C. Analysis Framework

Lecture 56 Answering Qualitative Questions Using the Porters 5 Forces Analysis Framework

Lecture 57 Answering Quantitative or Finance Questions Using these 5 Frameworks I Created

Lecture 58 HELP! How Do You Answer Questions When You Have No Idea! Use this Framework!

Lecture 59 Interview Journal Exercise #5.1: How to Answer Questions When Lost Template

Lecture 60 Interview Journal Exercise #5.2: Optional: Complete this Additional Template

Section 6: What You Must Know About the Company That Is Interviewing You

Lecture 61 Introduction to Company Research Strategies

Lecture 62 How to Research the Company You Are Interviewing at Part 1 of 2

Lecture 63 How to Research the Company You Are Interviewing at Part 2 of 2

Lecture 64 Interview Journal Exercise #6: Checklist of What You Need to Know About the Firm

Section 7: Bond with the Interviewer First!

Lecture 65 Introduction to Why Bonding is Crucial in an Interview

Lecture 66 Strategy for the First 5-10 Minutes of Every Interview

Lecture 67 Can You Pass the O’Hare Test?

Lecture 68 Side Note: Did this Candidate Pass the Interview Test? : )

Lecture 69 Search LinkedIn & Learn More About Your Potential Interviewers Before Interviews

Lecture 70 Interview Journal Exercise #7.1: List 2 Things You Have In Common With Them

Lecture 71 Interview Journal Exercise #7.2: Questions to Remember to Pass the O’Hare Test

Section 8: Transition Words, Words to Use, Words Not to Use and Words That Buy You Time!

Lecture 72 Introduction to Transition Words

Lecture 73 Structuring Logic with Transition Words and Words to Use that Will Buy You Time

Lecture 74 Words to Say that Your Interviewer Will Remember and Appreciate

Lecture 75 Words or Things to Never Say in an Interview!…

Lecture 76 Transition Words to Use When You Want to Politely Disagree with the Interviewer

Lecture 77 Journal Exercise #8: Using Transition Words to Structure Your Logic and Buy Time

Section 9: When to Stop Talking & How do You Know If You Are Doing Well (Do They Like You)?

Lecture 78 Introduction to Knowing How You Are Doing

Lecture 79 How Do You Know if the Interviewer Likes You?

Lecture 80 Don’t Ever Oversell “Or You Will Lose the Sale”

Section 10: How to Know What the Next Question is That They Will Ask You?

Lecture 81 Introduction to Predicting What They Will Ask Next

Lecture 82 How to Answer Questions the Strategic and Pre-emptive Way….

Lecture 83 Interview Journal Exercise #10: Answering the Preemptive & Logical Strategic Way

Lecture 84 Side Note: Please Please Pleaaaaase Remember the Name of the Interviewer : )

Section 11: Practice Answering These Tough Questions (and My Humble Thoughts on How)

Lecture 85 Introduction to Practicing Answering Questions

Lecture 86 Interview Journal Exercise #11: Answering These Tough Questions

Lecture 87 Answering the “Why Do You Want to Leave Your Current Company” Question

Lecture 88 Answering the “I Don’t Think You Are Qualified for this Job” Question

Lecture 89 Answering “Why Were You Fired [if Applicable]”. Be Honest (it Works)

Lecture 90 Answering the “What is Your Weakness” Question

Lecture 91 Answering the “What is Your Strength” Question

Lecture 92 Answering the “Tell Me About Yourself” Question

Lecture 93 Answering the “Tell Me About X” Questions

Lecture 94 WOW….Answering “What Computer Security Vulnerability Have You Uncovered?”

Lecture 95 Answering “Do You Have Something on Your Record We Should Know About” Question

Lecture 96 Answering “How Much Does a 747 Weigh?” from My Citadel Hedge Fund Interview

Lecture 97 Answering “Why Are Construction Hole Covers Round” from Microsoft Interviews

Lecture 98 Answering the “Parking Lot Question” from My Procter & Gamble Interview

Lecture 99 Answering the “What is Your Biggest Failure” Question

Lecture 100 Answering “Why Didn’t You Go to Harvard” Question – They Asked Me this @ Goldman

Lecture 101 Answering the “Work Visa” Question

Lecture 102 Answering the “I Hate Where You Are from” Question. Seriously?

Lecture 103 Answering “What is Your #1 Investment Idea. No I Mean #2. No I Mean #3” @Goldman

Lecture 104 Answering “I See You Speak Multiple Languages So I’ll Interview You in French!”

Section 12: Why You Need to Think Like Your Interviewer & Help Them with Their Career

Lecture 105 Introduction to Thinking Like the Interviewer

Lecture 106 What Value Can You Add Immediately to Show You are Proactive and Resourceful

Lecture 107 Interview Journal Exercise #12: How Can You Help Your Interviewer’s Career?

Lecture 108 Side Note: Make Sure You Show that You Are Focused on 1 Job Function Only : )

Section 13: Additional Crucial Strategies to Address in Interviews

Lecture 109 Technology to Use to Record Yourself Interviewing and What to Watch Out For

Lecture 110 The Drill Down Tactic That Interviewers Use

Lecture 111 Tip to Learn How Your Interviewer(s) Pronounce Their Names

Lecture 112 Dealing with An Aggressive or Confrontational Interviewer

Lecture 113 Topics to Never Bring Up in an Interview

Lecture 114 Asking Friends, Family and Strangers for Help With Your Upcoming Interview

Lecture 115 Strategies to Use with a Skype or Phone Interview

Lecture 116 Side Note: Internet Based Interviews – Please Check the Audio & Visual First : )

Lecture 117 Best Way to Avoid Being Nervous (Don’t Worry They Can’t Tell You Are Nervous!)

Lecture 118 Why You Must Assume All People Interviewing You Are More Senior Than You

Lecture 119 You Must Show Consistency (Everything In My Life Lead Up to This Opportunity)

Lecture 120 Interview Journal Exercise #13: Why Everything You’ve Done Leads Up to this Job

Section 14: Body Language, Tone, Voice Modulation and Demeanor During the Interview

Lecture 121 Introduction to Body Language Strategies

Lecture 122 Eye Contact Strategy

Lecture 123 The Hand Shake, Smile and Business Card Exchange

Lecture 124 Tone and Voice Modulation

Lecture 125 Hand Gestures, Seating Posture and When to Stand

Lecture 126 Qualities that Interviewers Like and Additional Demeanor Commentary

Lecture 127 Interview Journal Exercise #14: Improving Body Language When Answering Questions

Section 15: What to Wear to the Interview

Lecture 128 What to Wear to the Interview

Lecture 129 Why I Failed At My Microsoft Interview in 1993

Lecture 130 How do I know What to Wear? What Are the Resources?

Lecture 131 Side Note: What Not to Wear and How Not to Conduct Yourself In an Interview : )

Section 16: Reasons I Have Hired and Not Hired People

Lecture 132 Don’t Hire People that Are Arrogant

Lecture 133 Don’t Hire Someone that Wants the Job Only for the Money

Lecture 134 Don’t Hire Anyone that Lacks Focus

Section 17: Strategies Based on the Seniority of the Person Interviewing You

Lecture 135 Introduction to Why it is Crucial to Understand Rank in Interviews

Lecture 136 How to Interview with an Executive 2 Levels More Senior Than You (Act Smartest)

Lecture 137 How to Interview with an Executive 1 Level More Senior Than You (Careful…)

Lecture 138 How to Interview with an Executive at Your Level or More Junior than You

Lecture 139 How to Interview with An Executive from a Different Department

Lecture 140 Please Note, Interviewing with Smaller/Start-ups Requires a Different Approach

Lecture 141 Journal Exercise #17: Interviewing with Executives from Different Levels

Section 18: Questions to Ask in The Interviews

Lecture 142 Why it is Crucial to Prepare Questions and Change Them Based Who Interviews You

Lecture 143 At What Point in the Interview Should You Ask Questions?

Lecture 144 Questions to Ask Executives that Are 2 Or More Levels Senior to You

Lecture 145 Questions to Ask More Senior Executives in Different Departments

Lecture 146 Questions to Ask Your Potential New Boss

Lecture 147 Questions to Ask Executives that Are the Same Level as You or More Junior

Lecture 148 Interview Journal Exercise #18: What Questions to Ask Based On Their Levels

Section 19: What to Do the Morning of the Interview (Before the Interview)

Lecture 149 Introduction to the Pre Interview Morning Strategy

Lecture 150 How to Get Into the Ideal/Perfect State/Mood For the Interview

Lecture 151 What to Read Before the Interview During Breakfast

Lecture 152 When to Show Up for the Interview

Lecture 153 Interview Journal Exercise #19: Complete the Morning of The Interview Checklist

Section 20: What to Do Immediately After the Interview

Lecture 154 Introduction to the Post Interview Strategy

Lecture 155 Thank you Emails and Handwritten Note Strategy

Lecture 156 Journal Exercise #20: What to Do Immediately After The Interview Checklist

Lecture 157 What Do You Do 1 Week After the Interview if You Haven’t Heard from The Company?

Lecture 158 2 Weeks Have Passed…What Should I Do?

Lecture 159 Please Take at Least 1 Week Off in Between Jobs (or Longer if You Can)!

Section 21: You Got the Job! Now What?

Lecture 160 WAIT Don’t Quit Your Current Job Without Asking Your Company About These 3 Items

Lecture 161 Negotiating Your Salary or a Guarantee

Lecture 162 What to Include in Your Email+LinkedIn Update to All Stating You Are Leaving

Lecture 163 Journal Exercise #21: What to Write in Your “Moving On” Email/LinkedIn Update

Section 22: What if You Don’t Get the Job & When to Turn Down the Offer

Lecture 164 What to Do If You Don’t Get the Job+Why Interviewing is a GREAT Use of Your Time

Lecture 165 How to Respond to a Rejection

Lecture 166 When to Turn Down a Job Offer

Lecture 167 Interview Journal Exercise #22: How to Respond to a Rejection Via Email

Section 23: Part 1 Conclusion+Inc.com Articles I Published that Could Help with Interviewing

Lecture 168 Part 1 Best Practices & Conclusion!

Lecture 169 How to Know When to Stop Talking in Any Interview or Negotiation

Lecture 170 Questions You Must Answer to Get Hired or Close a Sale!

Lecture 171 Please Conquer These 11 Interview and Business Fears Right Now

Lecture 172 3 Hiring (and Firing) Secrets That All Top Leaders Have Mastered

Section 24: Part 2 of 3: Building the Perfect Resume, LinkedIn Profile+Goal Setting Workshop

Lecture 173 Please Watch: Resume Building Introduction & the Optional Goal Setting Workshop

Lecture 174 Introduction to the Harvard Business School Resume Format & Why We Must Use It

Lecture 175 Resume Success Journal Exercise #24: What is Wrong with This Resume?

Lecture 176 A Discussion of the Answers to the Resume Success Journal Exercise #24

Section 25: Goal Setting Workshop:What Your Perfect Resume Will Look Like in 10yrs[Optional]

Lecture 177 Introduction & Why This Goal Setting Exercise Will Change Your Life.

Lecture 178 Examples of Your Perfect Simple Resume in 10 Years

Lecture 179 Side Note: Passionate Speech by Matthew McConaughey on Him in 10 Years

Lecture 180 Resume Success Journal Exercise #25.1: Part 1/4: Writing Down Your 10 Year Goals

Lecture 181 Resume Success Journal Exercise #25.2: Part 2/4: Categorizing Your Goals

Lecture 182 Resume Success Journal Exercise #25.3: Part 3/4: Filling the ‘Gap’

Lecture 183 Resume Success Journal Exercise #25.4: Part 4/4: Finishing the Simple Resume

Lecture 184 Congratulations & 5 Ways to Ensure/Guarantee That You Achieve Your Goals.

Section 26: Impactful Words & Job Titles to Include on Your Resume

Lecture 185 Introduction to Impactful Words and Job Titles

Lecture 186 Impactful Words to Use on Your Resume

Lecture 187 What Tense to Use (Present or Past)?

Lecture 188 Resume Success Journal Exercise #26: Using Impactful Words & in the Right Tense

Lecture 189 Discussion of the Answers to Exercise #26

Lecture 190 Position Titles to Use on Your Resume

Section 27: Your Biggest Accomplishments in Your Life (So Far) & How to List On Your Resume

Lecture 191 What Have You Done that’s Impressive/Interesting/Unique to Impresses Interviewer

Lecture 192 Resume Journal Exercise #27: List Impressive/Interesting & Unique on a Resume

Section 28: Creating the 1st of 3 Sections of Your Resume (The Work Experience Section)

Lecture 193 Introduction & An Example of a Completed Resume

Lecture 194 How to Create a Superb Work Experience Section of the Resume

Lecture 195 Resume Journal Exercise #28: Creating the Work Experience Section of Your Resume

Section 29: Creating the 2nd of 3 Sections of Your Resume (The Education Section)

Lecture 196 How to Create a Superb Education Section of the Resume

Lecture 197 Resume Journal Exercise #29: Creating the Education Section of Your Resume

Section 30: Creating the 3rd of 3 Sections of Your Resume (The Personal/Other Section)

Lecture 198 How to Create a Superb Personal/Other Section of the Resume

Lecture 199 Resume Success Journal Exercise #30: Creating the Personal/Other Section

Section 31: Formatting and Putting the Resume Content Together

Lecture 200 Woohoo! Success Journal Exercise #31: Creating Final Resume Product

Section 32: Applying for Jobs with a Cover Letter Strategy

Lecture 201 The Only Thing That Matters When Writing A Cover Letter is…

Lecture 202 Cover Letter Overview

Lecture 203 The Changing Career Cover Letter (and Email Script if Applicable)

Lecture 204 The I am a Student Cover Letter (and Email Script if Applicable)

Lecture 205 The I’m Not a Student & I’m Not Changing Careers Cover Letter (& Email Script)

Lecture 206 Resume Success Journal Exercise #32: Writing Your Cover Letter or Email Script

Section 33: Optimizing or Creating Your LinkedIn Profile to Improve Your Career Prospects

Lecture 207 Introduction to Optimizing/Improving Your LinkedIn Profile

Lecture 208 Creating/Improving Your LinkedIn Profile Using Your Resume

Lecture 209 Resume Journal Exercise #33: Copying Your Resume to Your LinkedIn Profile

Section 34: Creating or Optimizing the Summary Section of Your LinkedIn Profile

Lecture 210 Introduction to What to Write On the Summary Part of your LinkedIn Profile

Lecture 211 Checklist and Questions to Answer that Will Help You Write your LinkedIn Summary

Lecture 212 Resume Exercise #34.1: Checklist+Questions to Answer to Help Write Summary

Lecture 213 Putting it All Together and Writing Your Profile

Lecture 214 Resume Exercise #34.2: Finishing Your LinkedIn Summary & Adding it to LinkedIn

Section 35: Adding More Depth to Your LinkedIn Profile

Lecture 215 Adding More Work, Education, Personal Items & Bullet Points to Your Profile

Lecture 216 Resume Success Journal Exercise #35: Adding More Items to Your LinkedIn Profile

Lecture 217 Adding a Professional Photo/Head Shot

Section 36: Adding Recommendations to Your LinkedIn Profile

Lecture 218 Why and How to Ask for Recommendations and Who Should You Ask?

Lecture 219 Resume Success Journal Exercise #36: Adding Recommendations to Your Profile

Section 37: Endorsing People on LinkedIn and Why You Should Do This

Lecture 220 Why You Should ‘Endorse’ People on LinkedIn

Lecture 221 Resume Journal Exercise #37.1: Adding 50 Endorsement Words to Your Profile

Lecture 222 Resume Success Journal Exercise #37.2: Endorsing Your Contacts

Section 38: Why We All Must Become Journalists in Order to Network: I Will Teach You How

Lecture 223 Introduction to YOU as a Journalist (Networking Goldmine)

Lecture 224 Start Participating on LinkedIn Via Simple Updates

Lecture 225 What I Have Learned from Writing for Inc. Magazine, Wired and Other Publications

Lecture 226 Resume Success Journal Exercise #38: Create a LinkedIn Post on “Pulse”

Section 39: Following Successful People on LinkedIn

Lecture 227 Why Following Your Business Icons is Crucial on LinkedIn

Lecture 228 Who Should You Follow, Why and Who Should You Never Follow?

Lecture 229 Resume Success Journal Exercise #39: Following People on LinkedIn

Section 40: Secrets to Get Recruiters & People You Want to Work for Notice You Via “Groups”

Lecture 230 Why Joining Many Groups Helps You a Lot

Lecture 231 Resume Success Journal Exercise #40.1: Joining Many LinkedIn Groups

Lecture 232 Get Recruiters to Find You Via Search Engine Optimization (“S.E.O.”) Keywords

Lecture 233 Resume Journal Exercise #40.2: SEO and Keyword Hacking on Your LinkedIn

Lecture 234 Resume Journal Exercise #40.3: Now Let’s Add Many Contacts to Our Profile!

Section 41: Important Non-LinkedIn Tips to Ensure Recruiters Notice You (the Right Way Only)

Lecture 235 Why You Should Post Your Articles/Blogs to Google Plus

Lecture 236 Recruiters are Watching Be Careful & Remove Certain Social Media Items About You

Section 42: Part 3 of 3: Networking: Now is the Best Time in Your Life & History to Network

Lecture 237 Introduction and Why NOW is Your Time to Shine

Lecture 238 Why Are There So Many “Move from the Mail Room to the Corner Office” Stories?

Lecture 239 Why You Should Take Every Meeting (Yes You Do Have the Time)

Lecture 240 The More People You Meet the More People You Will Meet

Lecture 241 Networking Success Journal Exercise #42: Setting Up the Premium LinkedIn Feature

Section 43: How Do We Get All of These Awesome Networking Meetings?

Lecture 242 How Do We Get Meetings?

Lecture 243 Networking & Getting Meetings Using Your Hometown or Country of Origin

Lecture 244 Networking & Getting Meeting Using Your Background/Heritage..Leverage Your Roots

Lecture 245 Networking & Getting Meetings Using Schools You Have Attended

Lecture 246 Networking & Getting Meetings Using Companies You Have Worked At

Lecture 247 Networking & Getting Meetings Using Organizations You’re a Member of

Lecture 248 Networking & Getting Meetings Through 2nd Degree Connections

Lecture 249 The Mother of All Networking Strategies is the Combo-Networking Approach

Lecture 250 Networking Success Journal Exercise #43: Contacting 1 Person for a Meeting

Section 44: Maintaining Networking by Staying in Touch …How Can We Follow Up?

Lecture 251 Finding Reasons to Stay in Touch

Lecture 252 How Often Should You Meet?

Lecture 253 Watch for New Job Announcements

Lecture 254 Networking Success Journal Exercise #44: Staying on Top of Career Moves

Section 45: Networking to Help You Change or Start a New Career

Lecture 255 Find and Take Advice from People that Have Changed Careers

Lecture 256 Understand Why You Want to Change Careers Before Making it Happen

Lecture 257 The Hybrid Career Change Approach

Lecture 258 Networking to Get a Different Role in the Same Firm or at a Different Firm

Lecture 259 Consider An Internship (Even An Unpaid One)

Lecture 260 Networking Success Journal Exercise #45.1: Setting Up an Informational Meeting

Lecture 261 Networking Success Journal Exercise #45.2: Find a Mentor in Another Department

Section 46: Networking with Your Heart So You Can “Accidentally” Receive 10x > than You Give

Lecture 262 Random Acts of Networking Kindness (This is Why Those People Are So Successful!)

Lecture 263 Why Networking is VERY Similar to Dating! What Can We Learn from This?

Lecture 264 Networking Success Journal Exercise #46.1: Using the N.M.E. Strategy

Lecture 265 Networking and Ask Those That Love You for Help (of Course They Want To Help!)

Lecture 266 Networking Success Journal Exercise #46.2: Setting Up Meeting to Mentor Someone

Lecture 267 Networking Tips from Steve Jobs

Section 47: Networking to Reach Your Goals [Optional: If You Completed the Goal Exercise]

Lecture 268 Introduction to Filling the Gap So We Can Achieve Our Goals Via Networking Help

Lecture 269 Finding People that Achieved Your Work, Education and Personal 10 year Goals

Lecture 270 Networking Success Journal Exercise #47: Meeting with these 10yr Goal Achievers!

Section 48: Networking Strategies if You Have No Idea What to Do and/or You’re a Student

Lecture 271 Introduction and Why Thinking Long Term Can Help You Figure It All Out

Lecture 272 Strategy #1: Staying in School (or Going Back to School Regardless of Your Age)

Lecture 273 Strategy #2: Network to Get an “Origination” Job (Makes You More Marketable)

Lecture 274 Strategy #3: Think with Your Heart Today & Help Others: Your Resume Will Love It

Lecture 275 Strategy #4: Keep Doing Informationals Over and Over and Over Again

Lecture 276 Networking Journal Exercise #48: Did People in Strategies 1-4 Make it Later?

Section 49: Inc.com Articles I Published that Could Help with Networking

Lecture 277 5 Ways to Use Fewer Words for Stronger Emails to Send to Interviewers

Lecture 278 Yes You Can Change Careers! Why to Cut All Ties with Negative People

Lecture 279 Freedom to Live Life on Your Terms

Lecture 280 This Video Will Change Your Life!

Section 50: Conclusion, Next Steps and Thank you!

Lecture 281 Conclusion, Next Steps and Thank You!

Section 51: Bonus Materials

Lecture 282 Bonus Items

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