Name Product: Ramit Sethi – Find Your Dream Job (fixed)
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Introducing Find Your Dream Job
The first course with the exact word-for-word
scripts, tactics, and psychological strategies to
crack the code of finding your Dream Job
The “Everything Included” course that’s
helped hundreds find their dream job.
No matter which college you went to.
Even if you have limited experience.
Even if you don’t know what your Dream Job is… yet.
“Find Your Dream Job” is the tested, step-by-step, 8-week program to seize control and rapidly identify your passion, tap your natural network, find your Dream Job, and interview and negotiate so you’re paid what you’re worth.
Including the Extraordinary Dream Job Vault, stuffed with 25+ hours of bonus video, video teardowns, live interview critiques, word-for-word case studies, and ready-to-use email scripts. Built to force you to take action. Yours for life.
From Ramit Sethi, author of the instant New York Times bestseller, “I Will Teach You To Be Rich.”
Take a look at these 3 people. They didn’t all go to elite universities. They weren’t all born networkers. They didn’t even know what their passion was.
But when they applied these powerful techniques, here’s what happened
18 months ago, I started on a quest to find out exactly how top performers were able to land Dream Job after Dream Job, in just days, even in the worst economy in 70 years â€” and then negotiate thousands of dollars in raises. From my experience in personal finance, I knew most career advice out there was questionable, but until I dug in, I didn’t realize just how out of touch it really was.
Our REAL career questions include things likeâ€¦
PROBLEM #1: We want to find a job we’re passionate about. When our parents tell us to find a safe job and settle down, we just stare at them. Maybe that worked 30 years ago, but we spend a huge percentage of our lives at work now. Who wants to do something we hateâ€¦even if it pays big?
PROBLEM #2: It’s not enough to pick one passion. We have 3 passions, 5, maybe even 10. How do we balance them? Without closing any doors?
PROBLEM #3: We hear all these vague phrases (“Use your network!”), but how are we supposed to actually use them?
PROBLEM #4: We want to walk into a job every day knowing we’re respected for what we do â€” and paid what we deserve. Do we really have to put in 10 years to move up?
PROBLEM #5: We want to buy a round of drinks without wondering if we can afford it â€” or take a vacation without getting the evil eye from our boss
There’s an answer for each of these questions. But try Googling “career advice” and see if you can find it.
You’ll find tip after tip about size font to use on your resume. You’ll learn that business cards are apparently REALLY important.
But you won’t find a mention of the single-most important factor that separates average performers from top performers: the psychology behind finding a Dream Job.
These psychological “triggers” separate the winners from the losers, allowing the winners to take all â€” locking down dream jobs before they’re ever announced publicly, negotiating massive raises, and even writing their own job description â€” while others fight over the scraps.
Why don’t so-called experts write about the psychology of finding a Dream Job? It’s simple. They don’t know how.
In the next 5 minutes, you’ll see you how I combined my background in persuasion and social influence at Stanfordâ€¦and tested it with 20,000 data points, to build a system to help you crack the code of finding your Dream Job.
A system that â€” for the first time â€” is available beyond a small group of friends and elite students.
Our 7 Invisible scripts for Finding a Dream Job
I discovered 7 Invisible scripts to finding a Dream Job â€” beliefs so deep, they’re often invisible to us. How many of these scripts apply to you?
(Most of us hold at least 3 of these scriptsâ€¦but some have all 7.)
Invisible script #1: “I don’t know what my passions areâ€¦ there’s so much to choose from and I don’t want to pick something and be stuck with it later. And when I DO find something I’m passionate about, it doesn’t pay!”
Invisible script #2: “I don’t have enough experience. How am I supposed to get experience when they won’t take a chance hiring me?”
Invisible script #3: “I know I’m supposed to ‘network,’ but I hate selling myself. What are you supposed to say, anyway? Why would a busy person want to help me?”
Invisible script #4: “I need to ‘figure it out.’ I really need to figure out what I want to doâ€¦”
Invisible script #5: “I suck at interviews. Even if I’m lucky enough to get an interview, I never get the job. I always fall apart or just end up rambling.”
Invisible script #6: “I followed all the rules. I went to college, got good grades, and I’m willing to work HARD. What about all the stuff we were all promised? What about the 6-figure job? Where’s that?”
Invisible script #7: “My situation is different. ‘I dunnoâ€¦I can’t get a job because I’m too old/young/went to a state school/majored in English/I’m a job hopper/I don’t live in the USA.'”
How many of these scripts do you have?
And what’s your natural response to them?
Just like we’ve been taught since we were kids, youâ€¦try harder. It’s a predictable pattern â€” but it’s also surprising.
You go online and start searching for how to get a raise, or writing a killer resume. And you get “tips.”
Top 10 ways to write a resume!
7 mistakes you must NEVER make!
68 dream careers (park ranger!)
You make list after list of all the things you’re interested in and you could potentially do.