Powerful Tips For Job Hunting Success
Hello. My name is Michele Angello. I’ve been writing résumés as a home-based business for three years. I started right where you are – with the Lazy Writer’s Quick and Easy Money Program materials and software in hand and a huge desire to get out of my dead-end job. I was tired of crazy bosses, lazy co-workers, and work that I considered to be beneath my intelligence. I wanted out!
So I eagerly started reading the materials, getting to know the software, and marketing my business. It was all very simple, and I was in business right away.
I’ll admit that I went into this to make money – fast. (I needed it.) But what I didn’t expect to find was that I get back something more. I am helping people. And they are grateful for my help. They respect my opinion about their job searches. My guidance makes a difference in their futures. By working with me, they begin to feel proud of everything they have accomplished. (Some things that they haven’t even realized they have done!) It feels good to be such a positive influence in their lives.
You see, it doesn’t matter what the economic climate is. Job hunting is always a difficult process. Psychologists say it’s almost as stressful as a death in your family!
You have made the choice to help people get better jobs – and improve their lives, too. I’m sure you’ll get a lot of satisfaction doing it.
What’s even better is how well you will be paid to make a difference in their lives. The best résumé writers collect $100,000 to $300,000 a year. And their clients are happy to pay them the hefty fees. They know they’ll get their money back many times over with their new salaries.
As you spend time in this career, you’ll start to notice that there are plenty of profit centers you can add to your résumé-writing business. These include interview coaching, résumé distribution, Internet job marketing, and company research. You can easily charge $100 or even a $150 an hour for these services!
There are many possibilities. Keep yourself open to them and add them as your business and your expertise grows.
The tips contained in this report are designed to help your clients get a job. You may choose to give the report to them as a bonus for using you as their résumé writer. (Be sure to mention this in your advertising to increase your response rates.) Or you can offer the tips as a “value-added” service – a way to make your business stand out from your competitors. (This is what I do.)
You might also think about taking some of these tips and selling them in paper or disk form. You can add even more tips as you learn and add them to your own library. Just think, yet another profit center!
Or you may choose to keep these tips for yourself and put them to work to help you change your own career to that of a professional résumé writer. It’s up to you.
P.S. By the way, I have included two Bonus Tips in this report that will boost anyone’s job-hunting success. These two simple steps are overlooked by 95% of all job seekers – yet the potential for getting the job you want increases astronomically by using them.