Career Enjoyment Interest Test®

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Career Enjoyment Interest Test® Assessment Basis:

 

You want a career that matches your specific personality and interest type.

You want a career that allows you to use your skills and abilities.

You want a career that expresses your personal attitudes and values.

You want a career that allows you to take on enjoyable problems and roles.

You want a career that helps others and pays a great salary.


In the RIASEC model there are 6 personality or interest types.

Career Enjoyment Interest Test® has matched you to these 6 specific personality interest types.

You want a career that matches your specific personality and interest type.

You want a career that allows you to use your skills and abilities.

You want a career that expresses your personal attitudes and values.

You want a career that allows you to take on enjoyable problems and roles.


In the RIASEC model there are 6 personality or interest types.

Career Enjoyment Interest Test® has matched you to these 6 specific personality interest types.

 

Personality Interest Types Explained

 

Simple Explanation Of The 6 Personality Interest Types:

 

Realistic (Doers)- People with Realistic personality and interests like work that includes practical, hands-on problems and answers.

Investigative (Thinkers)- People with Investigative personality and interests like to work with ideas and thinking.

Artistic (Creators)- People with Artistic personality interests like work that involves the creative side of things.

Social (Helpers)- People with Social personality interests like to work with others to help others learn, grow, and prosper.

Enterprising (Persuaders)- People with Enterprising personality interests like work that has to do with starting and bringing to fruition varying business related projects.

Conventional (Organizers)- People with Conventional personality enjoy work that follows specific sets of policies, procedures, and routines.

Simple Explanation Of The 6 Personality Interest Types:

 

Realistic (Doers)- People with Realistic personality and interests like work that includes practical, hands-on problems and answers.

Investigative (Thinkers)- People with Investigative personality and interests like to work with ideas and thinking.

Artistic (Creators)- People with Artistic personality interests like work that involves the creative side of things.

Social (Helpers)- People with Social personality interests like to work with others to help others learn, grow, and prosper.

Enterprising (Persuaders)- People with Enterprising personality interests like work that has to do with starting and bringing to fruition varying business related projects.

Conventional (Organizers)- People with Conventional personality enjoy work that follows specific sets of policies, procedures, and routines.

John- My Personality Interest Type Scores

 

John please note which of the personality interest types you ranked highest for.

The higher the number the better you match to that specific personality interest type.

John please note which of the personality interest types you ranked highest for.

The higher the number the better you match to that specific personality interest type.

 

John - My Specific Personality Interest Type

 

There are 720 different possible personality and interest type combinations.

 

John, we have personally matched you to 1 of the 720 specific personality and interest combinations.

There are 720 different possible personality and interest type combinations.

 

John, we have personally matched you to 1 of the 720 specific personality and interest combinations.

 


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My Personality Profile

 

John's Personality Profile

You are a persuader. You often relate to the movers and shakers ofthe world. You have a witty and extroverted personality and people often gravitate to you in social gatherings.

You are very ambitious. You tend to take risks more than other personality types and often face it with high levels of optimism. You are very adventurous.

You always have a keen eye for opportunities and find it easy to lead others to achieve goals and tasks. You are charismatic and can easily sell others to your idea.

You are often described as:

  • self-confident
  • assertive
  • persuasive
  • energetic
  • adventurous
  • popular
  • ambitious
  • agreeable
  • talkative
  • extroverted
  • spontaneous
  • optimistic

John's Personality Profile

You are a persuader. You often relate to the movers and shakers ofthe world. You have a witty and extroverted personality and people often gravitate to you in social gatherings.

You are very ambitious. You tend to take risks more than other personality types and often face it with high levels of optimism. You are very adventurous.

You always have a keen eye for opportunities and find it easy to lead others to achieve goals and tasks. You are charismatic and can easily sell others to your idea.

You are often described as:

  • self-confident
  • assertive
  • persuasive
  • energetic
  • adventurous
  • popular
  • ambitious
  • agreeable
  • talkative
  • extroverted
  • spontaneous
  • optimistic

 

My Workplace Preferences

 

John's Workplace Preferences.

This is what you value:

  • Typically prefer work that involves persuading, influencing, and directing others and are often interested in economics and politics.
  • Enjoy work activities such as sales, supervision, and project or business management.
  • Like work that is fast- paced, requires a lot of responsibility and decision-making, and requires taking risks for profit.
  • Prefer to work with people and ideas rather than things.

Your ambitious drive may eventually lead you to a career inbusiness. You often engage in constant creative thinking in order to maximize the impact of your endeavors. You thrive in fast paced environments.

You enjoy working with a team whether as a contributor or as the one leading the group. Your talent in persuasion could also allow you to thrive in a sales type position.

John's Workplace Preferences.

This is what you value:

  • Typically prefer work that involves persuading, influencing, and directing others and are often interested in economics and politics.
  • Enjoy work activities such as sales, supervision, and project or business management.
  • Like work that is fast- paced, requires a lot of responsibility and decision-making, and requires taking risks for profit.
  • Prefer to work with people and ideas rather than things.

Your ambitious drive may eventually lead you to a career inbusiness. You often engage in constant creative thinking in order to maximize the impact of your endeavors. You thrive in fast paced environments.

You enjoy working with a team whether as a contributor or as the one leading the group. Your talent in persuasion could also allow you to thrive in a sales type position.

 

Ideal Work Environment

 

John's Ideal Work Environment

When considering a career, you should consider how well it matches your specific personality and interests.

You thrive in an environment that is focused on the achievement of organizational and financial goals. This often involves activities like persuasion, management and sales. This type of environment is often competitive and those who thrive in this kind of work environment are normally outgoing, ambitious, and assertive.

John's Ideal Work Environment

When considering a career, you should consider how well it matches your specific personality and interests.

You thrive in an environment that is focused on the achievement of organizational and financial goals. This often involves activities like persuasion, management and sales. This type of environment is often competitive and those who thrive in this kind of work environment are normally outgoing, ambitious, and assertive.

 

My Management Style

 

John's Work Management Style

It is valuable to understand your management style. This knowledge will shape you into a stronger leader. Everyone has an individual management style. Below are your valuable strengths and characteristics.

You have very high standards and expect the same standards from your team members. You are very results oriented. Because you perform best in high stress environments, you can be a demanding leader that has very high expectations. This demand for excellence often yields results.

John's Work Management Style

It is valuable to understand your management style. This knowledge will shape you into a stronger leader. Everyone has an individual management style. Below are your valuable strengths and characteristics.

You have very high standards and expect the same standards from your team members. You are very results oriented. Because you perform best in high stress environments, you can be a demanding leader that has very high expectations. This demand for excellence often yields results.

 

My Communication Style

 

John's Communication Style

Your work communication style is the manner in which you communicate most naturally. It is important to know because it allows you to foster an environment which facilitates open dialogue.

You are direct and you do not mince words. You are very clear in what you want and have no difficulty in conveying it to others. At times, you may not consider the emotional impact of your statements.

John's Communication Style

Your work communication style is the manner in which you communicate most naturally. It is important to know because it allows you to foster an environment which facilitates open dialogue.

You are direct and you do not mince words. You are very clear in what you want and have no difficulty in conveying it to others. At times, you may not consider the emotional impact of your statements.

 

My Team Building Style

 

John's Team Building Style

Teamwork is necessary in all organizations. Understanding your unique personality will uncover how you can best add value to your team. This will ultimately increase the probability for you, your team, and the company to thrive.

You are very persuasive. If you have a very clear idea on what youwant, you do not have a hard time convincing others to follow you. Oftentimes, you end up becoming the leader of the group due to these excellent skills in persuasion. Managing varying personalities is one of your biggest strengths.

John's Team Building Style

Teamwork is necessary in all organizations. Understanding your unique personality will uncover how you can best add value to your team. This will ultimately increase the probability for you, your team, and the company to thrive.

You are very persuasive. If you have a very clear idea on what youwant, you do not have a hard time convincing others to follow you. Oftentimes, you end up becoming the leader of the group due to these excellent skills in persuasion. Managing varying personalities is one of your biggest strengths.

 

Works Well With

 

John, based on your work personality type

Your Work Personality Environment Type Work Well With These Personality Types Least Compatible With These Personality Types

Enterprising

Enterprising

Realistic

Artistic

 

You work well with people who have the following characteristics:

  • Typically prefer work activities that involve establishing or maintaining orderly and accurate records, procedures, and routines.
  • Like working with data, or machines and applying precise standards in a setting where there is a clear line of authority.
  • Prefer working with data and details more than with ideas.
  • Have clerical, organizational, and arithmetic abilities.
  • Typically like activities that involve personal interaction with people such as teaching, counseling, or otherwise to be of service to others.
  • Prefer work that involves informing, helping, or serving others in either individual or group settings.
  • Social types prefer to work with people rather than to work with objects, machines or data.

John, based on your work personality type

Your Work Personality Environment Type:

Enterprising

Work Well With These Personality Types:

Enterprising

Realistic

Least Compatible With These Personality Types:

Artistic

 

You work well with people who have the following characteristics:

  • Typically prefer work activities that involve establishing or maintaining orderly and accurate records, procedures, and routines.
  • Like working with data, or machines and applying precise standards in a setting where there is a clear line of authority.
  • Prefer working with data and details more than with ideas.
  • Have clerical, organizational, and arithmetic abilities.
  • Typically like activities that involve personal interaction with people such as teaching, counseling, or otherwise to be of service to others.
  • Prefer work that involves informing, helping, or serving others in either individual or group settings.
  • Social types prefer to work with people rather than to work with objects, machines or data.

 

Ideal Office Setup

 

These office types best match your specific personality type

 

Open Offices

 

This is the most common office layout for Startups. It is often described as a wide open space that is shared by all employees. Most of the time the employee desks are only separated with a small partition but there are many setups that do not even have partitions. There are also setups where 2 employees share a big desk by sitting face to face.

It is often hard to distinguish the borders of an employee’s work space in this type of layout.

 

Pros:

  • Encourages verbal communication
  • Very cost effective
  • Supervisors have an easier time monitoring their staff

Cons:

  • High level of distraction and noise
  • Lack of Privacy

Other personalities that also prefer this workplace.

Social

 

Coworking Spaces

 

Also known as a shared office. It has some elements of telecommuting as it caters to remote workers who have a need to rent workspace for access to meeting spaces as well as divides like printers and scanners.

 

Pros:

  • Lesser costs compared to traditional offices for startup companies
  • Networking opportunities with other Coworking Space tenants that belong to a different company.

Cons:

  • Plenty of distractions
  • Only cost effective up to a certain number of employees.

Other personalities that also prefer this workplace.

Artistic

 

The Cellular Office

 

A Cellular Office is one of the most popular layouts in which the entire floor space is divided into individual spaces or cubicles for one or more employees.

Individual rooms are created either by using ceiling stud partitions or a window or a door. This means each will get their own separate space.

 

Pros:

  • Encourage Autonomous Work.
  • Productivity is increased because employees can focus on work and minimize distractions.
  • Best for work environments where privacy is important

Cons:

  • Requires a lot of space
  • Minimal inter office communication

Other personalities that also prefer this workplace.

Conventional

These office types best match your specific personality type

 

Open Offices

 

This is the most common office layout for Startups. It is often described as a wide open space that is shared by all employees. Most of the time the employee desks are only separated with a small partition but there are many setups that do not even have partitions. There are also setups where 2 employees share a big desk by sitting face to face.

It is often hard to distinguish the borders of an employee’s work space in this type of layout.

 

Pros:

  • Encourages verbal communication
  • Very cost effective
  • Supervisors have an easier time monitoring their staff

Cons:

  • High level of distraction and noise
  • Lack of Privacy

Other personalities that also prefer this workplace.

Social

 

Coworking Spaces

 

Also known as a shared office. It has some elements of telecommuting as it caters to remote workers who have a need to rent workspace for access to meeting spaces as well as divides like printers and scanners.

 

Pros:

  • Lesser costs compared to traditional offices for startup companies
  • Networking opportunities with other Coworking Space tenants that belong to a different company.

Cons:

  • Plenty of distractions
  • Only cost effective up to a certain number of employees.

Other personalities that also prefer this workplace.

Artistic

 

The Cellular Office

 

A Cellular Office is one of the most popular layouts in which the entire floor space is divided into individual spaces or cubicles for one or more employees.

Individual rooms are created either by using ceiling stud partitions or a window or a door. This means each will get their own separate space.

 

Pros:

  • Encourage Autonomous Work.
  • Productivity is increased because employees can focus on work and minimize distractions.
  • Best for work environments where privacy is important

Cons:

  • Requires a lot of space
  • Minimal inter office communication

Other personalities that also prefer this workplace.

Conventional

 

John's Career Matches Based On Your Interests

 

 

My Career Matches For Each Interest

 

xxxx Investigative (Click To See 2 Careers)



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xxxx Social (Click To See 24 Careers)



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xxxx Enterprising (Click To See 40 Careers)



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xxxx Conventional (Click To See 14 Careers)



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Your Career Matches For Each Interest

 

xxxx Investigative (Click To See Careers)

Industrial-Organizational Psychologists

Management Analysts

 

xxxx Social (Click To See Careers)

Public Address System & Other Announcers

Teacher Assistants

Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs

Residential Advisors

Child, Family, & School Social Workers

Education Administrators, Preschool & Childcare Center/Program

Equal Opportunity Representatives & Officers

Health Educators

Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists

Special Education Teachers, Secondary School

Training & Development Specialists

Arbitrators, Mediators, & Conciliators

Business Teachers, Postsecondary

Law Teachers, Postsecondary

Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary

Clergy

Communications Teachers, Postsecondary

Economics Teachers, Postsecondary

Educational, Guidance, School, & Vocational Counselors

Healthcare Social Workers

Instructional Coordinators

Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Workers

Rehabilitation Counselors

Social Work Teachers, Postsecondary

 

xxxx Enterprising (Click To See Careers)

Amusement & Recreation Attendants

Door-To-Door Sales Workers, News & Street Vendors, & Related Workers

Customer Service Representatives

Funeral Service Managers

Sales Agents, Financial Services

First-Line Supervisors of Office & Administrative Support Workers

Credit Counselors

Human Resources Managers

Human Resources Specialists

Labor Relations Specialists

Legislators

Loan Counselors

Personal Financial Advisors

Training & Development Managers

Advertising Sales Agents

Agents & Business Managers of Artists, Performers, & Athletes

Business Continuity Planners

Clinical Research Coordinators

Compensation & Benefits Managers

Directors, Religious Activities & Education

Fundraisers

Marketing Managers

Meeting, Convention, & Event Planners

Public Relations Specialists

Sales Agents, Securities & Commodities

Search Marketing Strategists

Social & Community Service Managers

Sustainability Specialists

Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, & Hearing Officers

Chief Sustainability Officers

Education Administrators, Elementary & Secondary School

Education Administrators, Postsecondary

Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates

Lawyers

Medical & Health Services Managers

Chief Executives

Clinical Nurse Specialists

Curators

Distance Learning Coordinators

Instructional Designers & Technologists

 

xxxx Conventional (Click To See Careers)

Credit Checkers

Insurance Policy Processing Clerks

Interviewers

License Clerks

New Accounts Clerks

Receptionists & Information Clerks

Reservation & Transportation Ticket Agents & Travel Clerks

Secretaries & Administrative Assistants

Loan Officers

Paralegals & Legal Assistants

Human Resources Assistants

Insurance Claims Clerks

Judicial Law Clerks

Librarians

 

John's University Subject Matches

 

English, Math, Business Studies, Accounting, Economics, Social Studies, Drama, Computing, Information Management, Languages

English, Math, Business Studies, Accounting, Economics, Social Studies, Drama, Computing, Text Information Management, Languages

 

John Salary For My Individual Career Matches

 

John, did you know?

 

That the salary you can earn from one of your matching careers is $205,470.00

That another possible salary you can earn from one of your matching careers is $202,460.00

The median salary for all your career matches is $97,380.00

 

This full premium report will list all your careers and their CORRESPONDING SALARIES

This full premium report will provide a full list of your matching careers

This full premium report will list the education needed for each specific career

John, did you know?

 

That the salary you can earn from one of your matching careers is $205,470.00

That another possible salary you can earn from one of your matching careers is $202,460.00

The median salary for all your career matches is $97,380.00

 

This full premium report will list all your careers and their CORRESPONDING SALARIES

This full premium report will provide a full list of your matching careers

This full premium report will list the education needed for each specific career

 

Salary Breakdown For John

 

John, this pie graph shows a salary breakdown of your 80 individual career matches.

This full premium report shows the specific salary for EACH of your specific career matches.

John, this pie graph shows a salary breakdown of your 80 individual career matches.

In the full premium report you will be given the specific salary for EACH of your specific career matches.

 

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Career Counselor
London

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Career Counselor
London


Personality + Interests + Career Training = Your Matching Careers



In choosing your career you need to think about how much education and training you would like to acquire and apply on the job.



John - Education Required For Each Specific Career



  • All Matches : Contains Career Choices 1-5
  • Career Choices 1 : Little or No Training & Education Needed
  • Career Choices 2 : Some Training & Education Needed
  • Career Choices 3 : Medium Training & Education Needed
  • Career Choices 4 : High Training & Education Needed
  • Career Choices 5 : Extensive Training & Education Needed


John's Career Paths - Symbols Explained



Awesome Outlook: This career path is likely to expand in the future.

This report shows your “Awesome Outlook” career matches

John, you have a total of 43 “Awesome Outlook” career matches.

These 43 “Awesome Outlook” career matches are listed in this full premium report


Green Economy: The green economy will positively change this career by:

  • Increasing demand for certain types of work
  • Change the actual work and skills needed for this career
  • Create new state-of-the-art types of work that were not around previously

This report shows your “Green Economy” career matches

John, you have a total of 8 “Green Economy” career matches.

These 8 “Green Economy” career matches are listed in this full premium report


Great Career Match: Your Best Group Of Career Matches

This report shows your “Great” career matches

John, you have a total of 23 “Great” career matches.

These 23 “Great” career matches are listed in this full premium report


Good Career Match: Your Second Best Group Of Career Matches

This report shows your “Good” career matches

John, you have a total of 40 “Good” career matches.

These 40 “Good” career matches are listed in this full premium report


Standard Career Match: Your Third Best Group Of Career Matches

This report shows your “Standard” career matches

John, you have a total of 17 “Standard” career matches.

These 17 “Standard” career matches are listed in this full premium report


Career Description: You can click on the individual career and you will get a detailed report with salary, career video, career description, outlook, educational requirement etc... (Available In This Full Premium Report)


Career Video: Many of your matching careers will have a corresponding video. (Available In This Full Premium Report)


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Career Salaries: (Available In This Full Premium Report)

Amusement & Recreation Attendants
Door-To-Door Sales Workers, News & Street Vendors, & Related Workers
Credit Checkers
Customer Service Representatives
Insurance Policy Processing Clerks
Interviewers
License Clerks
New Accounts Clerks
Public Address System & Other Announcers
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Reservation & Transportation Ticket Agents & Travel Clerks
Secretaries & Administrative Assistants
Funeral Service Managers
Loan Officers
Paralegals & Legal Assistants
Sales Agents, Financial Services
Teacher Assistants
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs
First-Line Supervisors of Office & Administrative Support Workers
Human Resources Assistants
Insurance Claims Clerks
Residential Advisors
Child, Family, & School Social Workers
Credit Counselors
Education Administrators, Preschool & Childcare Center/Program
Equal Opportunity Representatives & Officers
Human Resources Managers
Human Resources Specialists
Labor Relations Specialists
Legislators
Loan Counselors
Personal Financial Advisors
Training & Development Managers
Advertising Sales Agents
Agents & Business Managers of Artists, Performers, & Athletes
Business Continuity Planners
Clinical Research Coordinators
Compensation & Benefits Managers
Directors, Religious Activities & Education
Fundraisers
Health Educators
Marketing Managers
Meeting, Convention, & Event Planners
Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists
Public Relations Specialists
Sales Agents, Securities & Commodities
Search Marketing Strategists
Social & Community Service Managers
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
Sustainability Specialists
Training & Development Specialists
Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, & Hearing Officers
Arbitrators, Mediators, & Conciliators
Business Teachers, Postsecondary
Chief Sustainability Officers
Education Administrators, Elementary & Secondary School
Education Administrators, Postsecondary
Industrial-Organizational Psychologists
Judges, Magistrate Judges, & Magistrates
Law Teachers, Postsecondary
Lawyers
Medical & Health Services Managers
Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Chief Executives
Clergy
Clinical Nurse Specialists
Communications Teachers, Postsecondary
Curators
Distance Learning Coordinators
Economics Teachers, Postsecondary
Educational, Guidance, School, & Vocational Counselors
Healthcare Social Workers
Instructional Coordinators
Instructional Designers & Technologists
Judicial Law Clerks
Librarians
Management Analysts
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Workers
Rehabilitation Counselors
Social Work Teachers, Postsecondary

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5 Career Advice Articles We Wrote For You





Quit Your Job If It Has These 4 Attributes



#1) Job does not allow you to acquire skills that are deemed reasonably unique, important, and in demand by society

 

#2) Job focuses on something harmful or of limited value to the world.

 

#3) Job lacks the “Basics”*.
(Basics are reasonable hours, pay, room for advancement, and eventual power to effect positive change.)

 

#4) Job forces you to work with people you do not like.

 

*Basics- If a paying job, non-paying job, or internship offers the opportunity to learn a really important skill you should definitely consider making some sacrifices. This could mean taking a part-time paying job to pay for the “Basics”. Once you learn this important skill your career prospects and earnings will dramatically improve. Sacrifice the now for the future.

*You are in a better negotiating and economic position if you search for a new job when currently employed.


The 4 Reasons Why People Have Great Careers



Take The Career Test First


This is what I want you to do. As an experiment, speak with 3 of your friends that appear to be working in well paying careers they enjoy. I would wager that most of these friends can provide a reasonable answer to each of these 4 steps.

Step 1 – CAREER PURPOSE – You will determine what you want to accomplish in your career. Your overall and specific career purpose.

Step 2 – VALUABLE SKILL – You will determine what valuable and marketable career skill you are going to develop. This valuable skill will be utilized in accomplishing your career goal.

Step 3 – #1 DREAM CAREER – You will pick a career you personally love, adds value to the world, and pays a good salary. This career will utilize your “Valuable Skill”

Step 4 – 1-10 YEAR CAREER PLAN – You will create a custom written step-by-step 10 year career plan to turn your “#1 Dream Career” into reality.

These are the 4 pillars and your career planning backbone.

Your life and career path is never 100% predictable.

Fate provides arbitrary twists and turns.

If you develop a compelling career purpose in tandem with valuable and marketable skills you have the ability to handle the many ups and downs in your career.

Let’s say one day you wake up and decide you need a career change.

If you have developed valuable skills you can easily transition into related careers.

Employers value your mastery of important skills.

You will have the ability to pick and choose jobs that are in alignment with your overall career purpose and multi-year career plan.

It is good to be a “jack or jill of all trades” when you own a house.

Some think it is also important to be a “jack or jill of all trades” in developing career skills. For the most part this is not true. It is impossible to be a true “master” in many different fields.

Your heart surgeon does not do brain surgery. Superman is only in the movies.

Become really really good at a couple of skills the marketplace values.

This will get you through any economic downturn.

Apply these skills in a career that adds value to the world and solves a critical problem.

Do this and you will get paid well, feel good about your career purpose, and get positive feedback from those around you.

If you need more help, Career You Love In 15 Days® will provide you the answers to these 4 steps.

Career You Love In 15 Days® is our 15 Day online career training program.

Don’t settle for less!



Easily Meet People Currently Working In Your Dream Career



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This is a MUST read. I put a lot of effort into writing it and is super super helpful.

STEP-BY-STEP: USE LINKEDIN TO MEET PEOPLE WORKING IN YOUR DREAM CAREER

The strategy I outline is by far the easiest, most enjoyable, and no pressure way to meet people working in the company and career you wish to work in. You will be able to make lifelong friends and colleagues just by sending out a few emails. Simply reach out to this group when it is time to find a job-they will find it for you. 85% of jobs are gotten through personal contacts and never advertised to the public.

It is a no pressure approach that is pleasant for both you and the person you are contacting.

Read about the strategy in link below.

HOW TO SET UP INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS- SUPER FUN & EASY!!

Best-Matt



It's Not Too Late-Advice For The Midlife Career Changers



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“If the career you have chosen has some unexpected inconvenience, console yourself by reflecting that no career is without them.”—Jane Fonda

It's Not Too Late-Advice For The Midlife Career Changers

Henry Ford - Did not produce the first Ford until he was 45 years old. Declared bankruptcy twice.

Julia Child - It took her 9 years to write her first cookbook. It was not published until she was 51.

Abraham Lincoln - 16th president of the United States- twice filed bankruptcy

Ray Kroc- Kroc had passed his 50th birthday before he bought the first McDonald's in 1961

REASONS WHY YOU CAN BE SUCCESSFUL LATER IN LIFE

#1- YOUR COMPETITION DOES NOT WORK ALL THAT HARD.

Recent studies have shown that during a typical 8 hour work day most people work less than 3 hours.

If you are ready for change, it's not too hard to outshine a 3 hour a day worker.

#2- BECOME A SPECIALIST NOT A GENERALIST

Most people know a little about a lot of things. People that have real impact know a lot about one specific thing. They develop a specific skill that the world values. Apply this specific skill to solve a problem. erhaps a problem that is being ignored. If your focus is being a master at one specific skill, its much quicker and easier to ramp up and become a master.

#3- YOUR SKILLS

You are older. This means you have developed a wide variety of skills over the years. Most likely some of these skills can pretty easily transition to a new career or business venture.

#4- SIDE HUSTLE

It is more and more common these days for people to work a full-time job and then have a "side hustle". Something they really want to do on the side. Over time, you can develop this "side hustle" into a full-time areer.

Career You Love In 15 Days® will help you choose the career you love.

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BE THE 5% - 95% of people have no clue how to choose a career- BE THE 5%



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“You know, Marissa, you’re putting a lot of pressure on yourself to pick the right choice, and I’ve gotta be honest: That’s not what I see here. I see a bunch of good choices, and there’s the one that you pick and make great.” I think that’s one of the best pieces of advice I’ve ever gotten.”

—Marissa Mayer, Former CEO of Yahoo!

95% of people have no clue how to choose a career

ack in the early 1990’s I was listening to a radio program. I had just graduated from college and feeling lost in both life and career. The radio announcer was interviewing a concert pianist. He asked the pianist when he knew that the piano was going to be a lifelong passion and career. The pianist said he knew at the age of 4…

I was like 4?? WTF…

I am 22 and have no clue what career I will grow to love, what career will add value to the world, what career pays a good salary.

I remember being so despondent because I did not have this sort of clarity. I did not have a clear career path like this concert pianist. Lots of stops and starts. Jobs I kind of liked and jobs I certainly didn’t like.

BAD NEWS: Like 95% of people you may never that have that aha moment where the perfect career falls out of the sky and says PICK ME! PICK ME! PICK ME!

GOOD NEWS: AT THE END OF THE DAY-IT MAY NOT REALLY MATER.

The reason it may not matter- For most people real career enjoyment and passion does not come at the start of your career.

Simple reasoning. You are not going to really make a difference, truly impact people, or even make a good salary unless you become a “master” at what you do.

When you become a master you start to really love your job. That is when you positively impact others. That is when you get real job security, flexibility, and make the big bucks.

If you follow these 4 requirements you probably will be very happy with your work. .

o AHA moment needed.

1) Choose a worthy career goal/career purpose

2) Develop a valuable skill you utilize in solving this career goal

3) Work in a career that solves your worthy career goal utilizing your valuable skill

4) Become a master at your skill and career. (Becoming a master takes time)

MANY MANY different careers will satisfy your 4 requirements listed above.

If you need more help, Career You Love In 15 Days® will provide you the answers to these 4 requirements.

Career You Love In 15 Days® is our 15 Day online career training program.

 

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