Five Mindsets To Find A Job You Love in 2020

Five Mindsets To Find A Job You Love in 2020

Gardeners Not Mechanics
Updated Apr 18, 2019

Course Overview

How to find a job without sending off endless resumés or having a formal interview.

Fed up torturing yourself by sending off endless resumés, without getting a call, let alone and interview?

Think there has to be a better way?

Well there is and it's not done by trying to represent the richness of your skills, experience and personality in a few sheets of paper that are scanned by a machine for keywords and then....maybe for just a few seconds...scanned by a recruiter.

Your actions are shaped by the way you think about the world and your underlying assumptions. But if you are a late-20's or 30-something professional and assume that the best way to find a job is to apply for an advertised jobs, in competition with hundreds of others, your assumptions are plain wrong.

In Five Mindsets To Find A Job You Love is not a course with lots of exercises. It's simply 5 thought-provoking videos that you can watch on your commute. My aim is to challenge your existing assumptions about how to find a job that you truly love. My goal is to introduce your to five mindsets, or lenses, through which to view the world of job search with fresh eyes. And if I do my job right, once you see it that way, you will be puzzled that your ever saw it any other way. You'll say, "yes well that's obvious!" 

The problem is, if you are trying too find a job right now by applying for advertised jobs, it's clearly not obvious...yet!

So here are five videos, one each for a different mindset, each one of which will give you a new perspective. None of the videos is longer than 15 minutes and the total run-time is less than an hour.

All you have to do is sit down with an open mind, watch and listen.

I hope to see you there.

Who this course is for

Late 20's or 30-something professionals

Learning Objectives

  • Access the hidden job market
  • Avoid sending off endless resumés
  • Meet hiring managers without applying for advertised jobs
  • Identify opportunities where there is no competition
  • Think like an expert marketer to "sell" yourself
  • Use the science of persuasion to get hired
  • Use feedback to close the gap between where you are now and where you want to be