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Tired of forcing yourself into a job that doesn't fit? In this presentation by Business & Career Coach Allan Fried, we see that there are other options and ways to go about the dreaded job hunt. - …

Tired of forcing yourself into a job that doesn't fit? In this presentation by Business & Career Coach Allan Fried, we see that there are other options and ways to go about the dreaded job hunt. - Designed by David Crandall

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  1. F in d aj o W b itho ut lo ok i ng
  2. @AllanFried@Allen Fried
  3. CareerIntervention.com
  4. Canreall you y > find a job without looking?
  5. yes!
  6. yes!The only place you need to look is inside.
  7. “ You can’t be different Alan Watts
  8. “ You can’t be different only more of yourself ” Alan Watts
  9. People want to make career decisions based on anunclear picture of who they are
  10. unclear picture what they “should” want
  11. unclear picture who they wish they were
  12. unclear picture what will impress others (such as title, status, salary)
  13. unclear picturewho they promise themselves they will become if they get this job
  14. unclear picture Who they are afraid to be
  15. “ Always be a first rate version of yourself ” and not a second rate version of someone else Judy Garland
  16. When you are a second rateversion of someone else:
  17. When you are a second rateversion of someone else: You feel like a fraud
  18. When you are a second rateversion of someone else: You make choices you wouldn’t otherwise make
  19. When you are a second rateversion of someone else: Inauthenticity breeds anxiety and anxiety kills creativity
  20. When you are a second rateversion of someone else: You look outside of yourself for approval
  21. When you are a second rateversion of someone else: You lower expectations and limit options
  22. When you are a second rateversion of someone else: it depletes confidence and self-esteem
  23. So where do we start?
  24. YOULet’s start with
  25. YOUNeed to know what you wantto get what you want
  26. YOUNeed to know who you areto know what you want
  27. This is the missing link...Most people barely scratch the surface,so they spend their time chasingsomeone else’sdream or vision
  28. Your time is limitedso don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t betrapped by dogma, which is living with the resultsof other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise ofothers’ opinions drown out your own inner voice.And most important, have the courage to followyour heart and intuition.They somehow already knowwhat you truly want to becomeEverything else is secondary. Steve Jobs
  29. ?How do you find outwhat you truly want to become
  30. Ways to find outwhat you truly want to becomeAssessments
  31. Ways to find outwhat you truly want to become experience
  32. Ways to find outwhat you truly want to becometrial & error
  33. Ways to find outwhat you truly want to becomemindfulness
  34. Ways to find outwhat you truly want to become exercises
  35. Speaking ofexercises
  36. let’s do one now
  37. qu iz sh ow Write out your answers in single words or short phrases in a column as if it were a list.
  38. qu iz sh ow What are you an expert at?
  39. qu iz sh ow what are your 3 greatest strengths?
  40. qu iz sh ow How do you think best? Analytical • creative • big picture detailed • strategic
  41. qu iz sh ow Whom do you know that anyone could benefit from knowing?
  42. qu iz sh ow What is the highest compliment you were ever paid by a client, boss, or told in a performance review?
  43. qu iz sh ow what do people always say you should do more of?
  44. qu iz sh ow What is the biggest gift you can share with the other people in your life? Knowledge? Energy? Creativity ?
  45. qu iz sh ow What 3 words would someone who knew you best use to describe you at your best?
  46. qu iz sh ow What are your hobbies?
  47. imagine
  48. imagineYou were running a company andneeded great people to work there.And you met someone who was.
  49. (Read your list out loud to yourself right now)
  50. How much would that person be worth?
  51. “ playing not to lose We have two choices: a fear-based way of living or playing to win an attitude that overcomes fear with love and therefore inspires those we touch We experience inspiration and inspire others when we ” live authentically and are aligned with a clear sense of our higher purpose and a commitment to building soulful relationships with all those whom we serve. Lance Secretan
  52. playing to win Interviews & Networking
  53. Interviews Looking at job interviews as purely transactional is a hard game to sustain and win.
  54. Interviews Looking at job interviews as purely transactional is a hard game to sustain and win. There is always more than one opportunity in the room.
  55. Interviews How can I be of service?
  56. Interviews What can we create together?
  57. t ing • Hos p building • co Sup p orti g•H osti glizin ionshi lpin g• aliz in hip b uild at ting • He ng • soci lat ionsng • Rel n g•C rea c onne cti r ting • Re ting • Cre n g•H osti u ildin g• g • Su ppo z ing • Hos buili alizi ions h ip b elpin g • sociali ng • H ectin ation ship Networking •R elat • Cr eati n ng • Rel g•Cting Host ing con ing • ping • Supp orti • Ho stin lizi ng • pb uild l ali zing hip bocia atio nshi ting • He ng • soci elat ions ting • Rel ing • Crea con n ecti orti ng • R Hosting •or • Host ld ing • ping • Supp ng • soci al izing onship bui g•H el ia lizi • soc • Relation ship g•R e lati • Cr e atin nnec ting port i n osti n g g• c o ppo r ting • Hos ting alizi n g•H ip b u ildin elpi n g • Su iali zingg • so ci tion sh ing • H g•s oc latio nsh ng • Rela g•C reat onne ctin ting • Re upp orti • Ho stin ldin g•c • Su ppor ng • Host cial izing onship bui Hel ping ocia liziing • so elat i eati ng • ting •s Rel ation rtin g•R ting • Cr • co nnec port ing •• Sup po in g•H os u ildin g n g • Su p zing • Hos • soci aliz i onsh ip b n g•H elpi • so ciali lati ng lat ati ing e
  58. Networkingis an investmentIt compounds and pays dividends
  59. Don’t be the blinking light on someone’s voicemail
  60. Don’t be the blinking light on someone’s voicemail Be the person doingsomething interesting!
  61. What is interesting?
  62. Erik Proulx Lemonademovie.com and PleaseFeedTheAnimals.com are Erik’s “interesting”
  63. Richard HainesDesignerman-WhatISawToday.blogspot.com is Richard Haines’s “interesting”
  64. Julie Powell juliepowell.blogspot.com is Julie Powell’s “interesting”
  65. Greg Breinberg ps22chorus.blogspot.com is Greg Breinberg’s “interesting”
  66. Regardless of where you are in your career
  67. Regardless of what you have accomplished
  68. There is nothing to say your main act is not still in front of you
  69. “ like Noah Start a huge, foolish project It makes absolutely no difference what people think of you. Rumi ”
  70. YOUwhat is the huge, foolish project have been promising to start or too busy to finish?
  71. Isn’t it about time you bring thathuge, foolish projectto life...
  72. and...
  73. F in d aj o W b itho ut lo ok i ng
  74. Content by @AllanFried www.careerintervention.com Business & Career Coach
  75. Designed by@DavidCrandallwww.BrandSuperPower.com presentation designer Thank you to these users on Flickr who have shared their art. Make sure to check them out if you liked their photographs. Phil Roeder • Robert S Donovan

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