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Break Down Your Job Search into Steps

Have you ever sat down at your desk to do something and you just couldn’t focus on the task at hand? Maybe the work seemed too daunting. Or maybe you didn’t know where to begin. Or maybe you just had a feeling of being overwhelmed by the magnitude and importance of what you needed to do.

Well, many people feel that way about the job search process. Where do I begin? Can I write a powerful enough resume? What do I do with my LinkedIn profile? What’s the best way to answer interview questions? These are just some of the challenges facing today’s job seeker.

The Job Market Today is More Challenging

Often, the fear of the unknown can be paralyzing. There can be feelings of helplessness from not knowing what to do. Also, that feeling that “I need to find a new job NOW” can be overwhelming and self-defeating.

You’re not going to be able to get everything done at once… as much as you want to. To be successful you need to have a plan. You need to set realistic short-term goals and not measure your success only by whether you land a job. And you need to think about where you spend your time, so you get the best return on your (time) investment.

If you’re not sure how to go about this, I’ve developed a two-week program, that includes specific steps and guidance on how to prepare yourself to win your next job opportunity. It’s called “Manage Your Career for Whatever Comes Next”.

This program is a step-by-step process that will allow you to focus on one aspect of your job search, one day at a time. It answers the question, “what do I do next?’ and prevents the feeling of overwhelm or burnout. It gives you a specific purpose or goal for each day and, equally important, will give you a daily sense of accomplishment.

You Can Do It

This program only requires a small investment of $27 and your commitment.

Why $27? It’s about commitment! Even a nominal amount adds accountability. You need to commit to working on YOU daily and to hold yourself accountable for getting the work done.  All the information you need is in the program. You must do it… and you know you need to.

So, don’t wait. Click HERE and sign up for the 14-day “Manage Your Career for Whatever Comes Next” program, take charge of your career and begin preparing to win your next job opportunity.

Ken Sher

Ken Sher is an Career Coach and Executive Coach who focuses on the whole person when helping them with professional or personal issues they are trying to manage. Ken's areas of expertise include job search, career management and leadership development. If you would like to reach out to Ken, please call him at (215) 262-0528 or visit his web site at