In the book Atomic Habits, James Clear writes:
"Imagine you are flying from Los Angeles to New York City. If a pilot leaving from LAX adjusts the heading just 3.5 degrees south, you will land in Washington D.C., instead of New York." (This is one of our top recommended reads by the way, check it out on Amazon)
When embarking on a long journey, it's important that we are going in the right direction.
The same is true for a job search.
If you start out going the wrong way you might not notice at first, but if you continue in the wrong direction for a few months you'll find yourself far from where you want to be.
That's why it's so essential to have the right foundations.
1. Know what your target job is
2. Understand what you have to offer companies and position yourself as a solution
3. Use the right job search tools and methods for your unique situation
All of this, and more essential steps for a successful job search, can be found in my 'Job Search Toolkit'. Click below for your copy!