Get a FREE copy of the new Career Change eBook
The Career Change eBook is being released in January 2012 and you can get your hands on a free copy by simply leaving a comment below.
What I want are your questions about changing careers. I am still putting the final touches to it so make sure I am answering your most burning questions.
Perhaps you aren’t sure what career you should be doing. Maybe you have an idea but you don’t know how to go about getting interviews or taken seriously.
If you have already been trying to change careers, then I would like to hear about your experiences.
I am giving away a few copies and all you need to do is leave a comment below. I will also try and answer your questions and help you as much as I can.
Beyond job hunting
Changing career is nothing like job hunting and I think this is where most people go wrong.
If you approach a career change the same way you approach a new job then you are doomed before you even start.
So if you have been looking up job adverts and then battering of applications and CVs in the hope that one of them will let you transfer your skills, then you have probably had a very frustrating time of it.
Traditional job hunting doesn’t work very well in the best of circumstances; those being where you are applying for a job doing exactly what you are doing at present. So if you are looking for the same job but just with a different employer then you may manage using traditional job hunting techniques.
However if you are looking to make a career change and actually do something different with your life then you cannot use the traditional approach you have to go about job hunting completely differently.
This is why I wrote this eBook. Career Change is a very different journey altogether and you need a whole new bag of tricks to make it happen for you.
This eBook is packed full of tactics you can try that will open doors that have, up til now, remained slammed in your face. It will explain in detail the steps you must take and how to get employers to take you seriously and consider you for posts that strictly speaking you have no direct experience in.