One of my secret weapons is webinars. I have been holding them for years and have tested a lot of things. I know what works and I am sharing it in our behind the scenes training today! The best thing is that if you have been on one of my webinars, I provide a ton of value. They aren’t sales videos. Don’t you hate when you get on a webinar and it’s basically an hour of them selling their product? Yuck! Here’s how I do it differently. Let me know if you have any questions in the FB group! -Anna
How do you turn an idea into a business? How do you grow a business on the side of your day job? How do you increase your revenue by 4X in a few years? All questions I ask Adda on our special interview.
We chatted about how to get into the tech industry and how she started her business on the side of her day job. There was so much good stuff!
There was SO much good stuff in this interview!! Highly encourage you to listen. My favorite part was that you need to be a painkiller not a...
Hello!! Today I am sharing with you the 15 steps I took before I quit my day job.
You don’t have to do all of these. I just wanted to give you a behind the scenes look at the steps I took before I quit.
Today our Community Manager, Rachell Corpuz, and I sit down and chat about how we grew our Facebook group to 10,000 members.
Can you also make a blogp post with the podcast embedded. Add the video to YouTube and add the outline to the blog post.
On today's podcast, I'll tell you three stories of how I had to get unstuck and stop caring about what other people think. I'll also go over the highlights of the Get Unstuck Workshop including the 3 latest hiring trends and the three phases of your career. I'll also answer a question about whether becoming an entrepreneur is right for you.
Just finished watching video #2 and ready to start this 7-step process of the Get Unstuck Roadmap. Any suggestions on a strengthsfinder assessment tool that I can use that is free and reliable online?
I’m not sure what social media platform to use...Linkedin and facebook are the 2 I use today..but would like to understand pros and cons for each.
how do you recommend college students to use instagram to reach out to company’s that they want to align...
This step is all about identifying not only the skills that you are good at but also the skills that you enjoy. I call these your favorite skills. It also about spending time looking at your motivations and interests. Career interests are the most important of the 3 factors because interests are a part of our core and are stable and they stay with you through your lifetime. The definition of an interest is something that is deeply held that you absolutely connect with – you want to learn...
Carey is the Operations Manager at World Teacher Aid. To date, World Teacher Aid has constructed eight complete schools with a total of 40 classrooms, providing daily education for over 3000 students. So we are going to learn more about what her career is like today and also how she made a big career transition. This is all part of our month long interviews of women who have made transitions into careers they love and I hope you find it motivational if you are feeling stuck in your career....
Question from Erin Ford
What are steps I can take after applying to a job online? Whether it's via a job board or the company's website, what are ways in which I can increase my chances of having my application seen/considered?
In our CCG Network:
Raven - our intern. Busy during launch if she didn’t follow up I would have hired her.
1. Follow up by email. Don’t give up. Show your passion. Don’t let them forget about you.
Ashley Nicole Hammond I submitted an application online and...
Welcome to the latest edition of the “I Love My Career” series which aims to celebrate women (and my
clients) who are stepping up and making HUGE leaps in their careers. I love sharing the real and raw truth on what it takes to achieve career success.
One of the reasons I love my job is I get to work with ambitious women. Danielle is one of the most positive women I know and is someone you always want to talk to. I think that’s one of the biggest reasons she has had so much success in...
The Top 3 Techniques To Land an Interview With a Hiring Manager
Mary Corcoran asks: "What are the best techniques to land an interview with a hiring manager? It seems with electronic applications and recruiters it's difficult to actually talk with a hiring manager these days!!"
Want to listen in on an in-depth career transition story?? Curious about starting a non-profit organization or working for a non-profit?
Watch along as I interview the founder of World Teacher Aid, Amy McLaren, and hear the exact steps she went through to transition from teaching into running a non-profit.
To date, World Teacher Aid has constructed eight complete schools with a total of 40 classrooms, providing daily education for over 3000 students!
World Teacher Aid is also the...
Vickie Chapman, a Love Your Career Formula member, recently got a job as a Customer Success Manager!! I am so proud of Vickie and how much effort she put into her job search. It’s not easy and I hope this case study with Vickie gives you the motivation to keep going.
Tell me about the beginning of your job search. What were you thinking before you joined Love Your Career Formula?
I was working in a job that I loved as a project manager. We had a heads up that the opportunity was going...
Iiris Murto A question about personal branding: majority of the advice I've seen about branding is for your business and/or creative work. And that's all wonderful! But I've found it really difficult to find the applicable points to something more "boring" and less flashy, such as my field (sports economics and analytics). How would you go about building a captivating and dynamic personal brand when your area of expertise is inherently just looking at numbers and your field is mostly male....
Josie Camacho, a Love Your Career Formula member, is a Vice President in a Private Client Group at City National Bank. She worked hard in Love Your Career Formula and her hard work paid off.
What are some of the fears you had when you started your job search?
The biggest fear I had was deciding where I wanted to be, where I wanted to live, and if I should stay in the career I was in. I was interviewing and applying for jobs and I wasn’t getting any feedback, I had a lot of rejections....