When I started professional life and career coaching, I fell in love with the idea of partnering with people to achieve their life goals. Whether it be discovering a new career, creating more success in business, finding spirituality, or generating more freedom and happiness.
Prior to my training as a life coach, I worked in Recruiting and Sales for five years, and have coached hundreds of professionals through career transitions. In addition to this, I have given career seminars and motivational speeches, focusing specifically on individuals who are looking to take their career to the next level.
Quick Tips for Job Seekers
Make everything as simple and as readable as possible. Use bullet notes instead of paragraphs and write emails short and to the point.
Let as many people know as you can that you are looking for a job. Use LinkedIn, social media, networking, talking to friends and family, etc. (it's like sales - the wider net you cast, the better chance you have of making a sale).
Follow up is crucial. Do it at least once a week with all your leads/contacts.
Your "being" is the most important part of this process. Believing in yourself and the process. Also, getting the grief and frustration out so it is not reflected in your job search and interview process.