• 'Sell Yourself' for the Job

  • What It Means to 'Sell Yourself' for the Job (e-Report)
  • By: Peggy McKee
  • Narrated by: Kathy Poelker
  • Length: 12 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 05-13-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Career Confidential, LLC
  • 4.0 (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

Stand out and get the offer when you sell yourself for the job.
Some job seekers think that "selling yourself" means you have to change your personality or act like a super-aggressive sales rep. You don't have to do either one. But you do have to understand what it means to "sell yourself", because the job search is a sales process, and you're the product.
In this report, I give you the secret to successfully "selling yourself" for the job. Anyone can do this, and anyone can be successful. You will learn how to:

Sell yourself in a positive, compelling way
Clearly demonstrate why you are the one they should hire
Write a resume that sells you with only two key improvements
Generate opportunities with a great LinkedIn profile
Ask two questions in the interview that help you get the offer
Make sure every interview answer moves you another step toward the job
If you regularly get interviews but not job offers, you need to learn how to sell yourself for the job.
©2014 Peggy McKee (P)2014 Peggy McKee
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