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Momentum in the Job Search

Job Seekers:  Momentum is your friend!  Don’t lose it!

 

P.S.  Here’s a link with more advice on this topic from Denise Palmieri.

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July 22, 2009 - Posted by | General Musings, Job Search, Video

7 Comments »

  1. Excellent video, Jeff! Simplicity combined with clarity & a great analogy! You have a great voice & a very nice demeanor on screen! I truly enjoyed watching this! ~Dina 😀

    Comment by DINA | July 23, 2009 | Reply

  2. I’m not a biker but you hooked me with your analogy. Great advice on pushing through and using what you have! Thanks for sharing.

    Comment by Jeff Hurt | July 24, 2009 | Reply

  3. Amazing how much you were able to convey in such a short video — great value for the just-over-two-minute time investment with applicability beyond the job search process. It’s amazing how much we do in business is about momentum, especially for those of us who depend on business and client development for success — which is like a continual job search. I think that this is a timely post for many and an excellent reminder with clear, salient points. Thanks, Jeff.

    Comment by Donna White | July 25, 2009 | Reply

  4. nice and useful blog 😀

    Comment by hmcahyo | July 25, 2009 | Reply

  5. Jeff, I love this analogy! It’s so true, you can’t give up momentum you never know if the next step (or hill) will be the one that gets you there. I liken this to sales where if you have the right attitude you know that if you are maximizing your potential, every no takes you closer to the yes. Job seekers should be excited by this advice and your kind and expert offer of advice. ~Karla

    Comment by Karla Porter | July 25, 2009 | Reply

  6. Jeff,
    great post. and especially true now with the economy the way it is and it’s harder and going to take longer to find that job.

    We wrote on our blog http://virtualjobcoach.com/blog/?p=565
    about setting the next action as being the single most important action anyone can do.

    All the activity you’ve generated can quickly grind to a halt of you don’t decide what the next action will be and when you’re going to take it. And decide this as you’re doing it, not when it comes up for follow up.

    Simon at VirtualJobCoach

    Comment by Simon Clay Michael | July 27, 2009 | Reply

  7. Thank you so much. I needed to hear this today. It reminded me of what’s important, which is to stay focused and not give up hope. You are the best Jeff!

    Comment by margo rose | October 7, 2009 | Reply


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