Career Revamp Series – 1. Know Where You Are Now

I understand that some of you are dealing with some difficult circumstances with your finances right now. I want you to know something…you are in control of your own career and your income.

This Career Revamp starts with assessing where you are right now during these difficult times. If you need your resume or other career tools reviewed, go here.

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Career Revamp Intro

I want to make sure that you guys understand that I’m with you in the fight to getting your economic life intact. I will be starting either later on this week or next week a career revamp series to help you get back on track if you’ve lost your job, or you just need a new career path.

There will be a lot of helpful tips and really just guidance to get you guys back to where to where you want to be.

This pandemic has changed the scope of our economics so quickly that this career revamp is going to be created to help you recover victoriously, if you do the work.

Check out the link below for some of the resources I have available for you to get started on your personal career revamp.

Need to get a complete resume overhaul? Go here

Just need your resume reviewed for top performance? Check out this resource

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Life Makes Room for Actionable Career Goals & Dreams

You envision your life a certain way when you’re children by the time you actually get to real adulthood, the reality is sometimes far different.

Life also has a way of making room for goals & dreams you push yourselves to achieve. It’s not just about having #goals and dreams…it’s the #work and sacrifices made to pursue those goals.

Your #career goals & dreams are no different. If you’re ready to take control of your career path but need a specific blueprint for your DREAM, let’s work together to get that done here.

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Fight for Your DREAM Career!

Nobody can live out your dreams & visions like you can… because they are yours. Your #dreamcareer should be no different. Do you want to be a business owner, #lawyer, #doctor, designer or corporate #CEO?

It’s not going to get handed to you…. you have to work for it! Sacrifices must be made for dreams to become a reality.

If you’re looking to get started on carving out for DREAM Career, grab my FREE resource herewhile it’s still free.

To go deeper and getting your concrete #actionplan done for your DREAM career, let’s work together by going here.

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Pursuing Your DREAM Comes with Responsibility

This video was inspired by an Asian American young lady talking to #GaryVee about trying out her enterpreneurial idea but her parents forcing her to go to college…no exceptions. Gary went on to explain that if she truly wanted to pursue her dream, she may have to move out & be responsible for herself.

This video shows the young lady what it may take to pursue her dream idea….it takes responsibility. If you’re trying to figure out what your next #entrepreneurial idea or #dreamcareer & don’t know where to start, check out my FREE Resource here.

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Pre-order my new book, “From Clueless Teenager to Consummate Professional” by going here.

Are you working towards career goals or the career your parents though was great?

Time and time again I have heard friends and co-workers talk about how they ended up going into medicine, becoming an attorney or taking over the family business all stemming from the voices of parents, relatives and friends that mean well. The only problem…YOU’RE MISERABLE! Let that sink in for a moment.

I can personally attest to this fact in my own career journey. I may have mentioned in previous podcasts or video episodes that I started my college career right out of high school in the physical therapy program. My mother thought physical therapy was a great career path and as an obedient high school graduate who had no idea what I wanted to do with my life. I only knew at the time, that I wanted to help people in some way, just the how, where and in what capacity was not so clear to me at the time. I just went with my mother’s plan until I started in core science classes and laboratory work.

I discovered in those classes how much I hated working with body parts and being exposed to bodily fluids on a regular basis. I like learning about the body from a scientific perspective but touching dead frogs, cats, possums and other dead creatures gross me out. I eventually changed by major to business administration with the concentration in human resources.

This experience taught me to NEVER do something because someone else wants you to do but do it for yourself. If you’re going to work hard on a career path, at least do something that gives you some satisfaction, outside of just getting paid due to family demands. If you are looking to make your career transition and don’t know where to start, go here.

You can grab your FREE DREAM Career Guide to start your career transition process and not have to suffer through stinky frogs in college to figure out your ideal career path.

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Just graduated? Two ways to you can win in your career

1. You should have a complete professional portfolio to house all of your career tools, such as your resumes, cover letters, letters of recommendation, award certificates and other pertinent documentation. If you do not have a professional portfolio, check out these two options below:

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Please look into obtaining one of these portfolio, so you can stand out from the rest of the job candidates more professional, instead of showing up to an job interview with a manila folder.

2. Make sure you have all of the essential career tools completed and updated. If your career tools like your resumes, cover letters and/or letters of recommendations could use a well-needed make over, check out my career tools review service, which you can find here.

If you don’t have any of your career tools prepared? I will work with you directly to get the process started by you going here.

3.. Cultivate and Maintain Productive & Professional Relationships. Having key relationship can truly help you garner career opportunities normally not released to the public. It is important stay connected to your professional network through phone calls, social media and simple emails. Technology has made it much easier for you to stay connected, so there’s not excuse.

Still haven’t figured out your DREAM Career path after high school or college? Check my FREE resource here that will help you get CLEAR about the beginning stages of your career.

If you have general career oriented questions, please feel free to reach out to me here.