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Here are the six best tips for working in retail with no experience:
Tip #1: Keep your workspace organized Tip #2: When stocking shelves, make sure to put smaller items higher and larger items lower Tip #3: If you’re in charge of setting up display cases… be mindful! Tip #4: Don’t cover important information when tagging Tip #5: Don’t base a sales pitch on what you like, base it on the customers’ needs Tip #6: Don’t interpret a customer’s attitude as a review of your work ethic #retail
I'm telling you the truth...(Must Read Now.)
It's one thing to fall-short in life, yet, it's even worse if you fail to try.
Failing can be attributed to a series of situations that's have been piled upon you over the years, and now, it's become more difficult to remove the dirt. (Lack of motivation.)
5 - Keys For a Successful Mindset:
No. #1. Pick-up the shovel in your mind, and get to work.
No. #2. Dig a hole 3ft. deep by 3ft. wide.
No. #3. Tear the list into 20 small pieces, because it's wreaking havoc in your life.
No. #4. Bury those 20 pieces away from your "field of dream."
No. #5. Break the shovel in two pieces; now walk away, and don't look back.
My friends, "I don't plan on failing" and neither should you. Attitude is everything, and everything begins in you, before it will manifest for YOU.
I Believe You Can...!
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I'm telling you the truth...(Read Without Fail.)
The unemployment line extends itself day-day to no avail. The numbers fluxiates according to data, perhaps not in you favor at times.
THE LOSING PROCESS: Some people wake-up each morning doing the same old things, expecting different results:
Putting the coffee on the stove, watching TV, and submitting 23 to 27 tiring resumes.
Staying angry and disgruntled at the world, until the sun goes down.
Looking out the window for frivolous results not yet seen.
THE WINNING PROCESS:
Here are 5 - Cutting Edge TIPS to learn for turning things in you favor:
CE #1. The Identification. CE #2. The Modification. CE #3. The Meditation. CE #4. The Appropriation. CE #5. The Communication.
Listen, "start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible." ~Francis of Assisi
I use these principles before my schedule interviews.
I Believe You Can...!
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Good Morning Community: As I promised to share with you, #MyThoughts on how to land a new career. Now that your Profile and Social Media accounts are updated it’s time to think of the career. Most people jump right into the job searching right away. With the New Year comes New Beginnings when thinking about careers and career changes. Before starting the Job Search Process why not focus on what it is you want to do?
We’ve all been in this situation at least once in our careers:
You spend days upon days going through job ads, hours upon hours tweaking your resume to fit each position, prepare to attend countless interviews and then… nothing.
You’re back right at the beginning of the cycle, going through more job ads and wondering if you’ll ever get out of this loop.
Chances are that right now, there’s something missing in your job-search process.
Maybe your resume isn’t ATS-friendly and never made it to a recruiter’s hands. Or maybe you’re not looking for ads in the right places.
Whatever it might be, we’ll teach you how to fix it with our 35+ essential job search tips!
To make this an easier read, we split up the job search tips into 3 different categories for your convenience:
Job-Search Tips - Everything you need to know about the job-search process itself. Resume Tips - A resume can make or break your job search. In this section, we’ll give you all the essential tips on making a convincing resume. Interview Tips - Not a fan of interviews? At first, no one is! But with our interview tips, you’ll feel more confident than ever. There’s a lot to cover, so let’s get right to it!
Job-Search Tips (To Help You Find The Right Job)
Step one of the process: scouting for opportunities.
Before you dive in and apply, you need to search for places where you, your skills, and your goals would fit.
Here’s what you need to keep in mind when job-searching:
#1. Identify Your Career Goals
Before beginning your job search, especially if you’re a recent graduate or you’re changing careers, you need to sort out your career goals and narrow down your search.
If you’re just looking for any random job, you won’t even know where to start your search from.
Instead, ask yourself: What industry am I aiming for? What specific position? Do I have a dream job? If yes, what steps do I need to take in order to get there?
Asking these questions will help you figure out what exactly it is that you’re looking for.
#2. Dedicate Time to the Search
Looking for a job is not a part-time engagement or a weekend activity. You need to be constantly on the lookout.
Schedule a number of hours/day or some specific days/week that you will dedicate to your job search and don’t stop until you have a few interviews lined up.
Alternatively, you can also set a goal to apply for 10 - 20 jobs on a daily basis.
If you do not have enough free time, you can use tools such as LoopCV that automates your job application process by collecting millions of job postings, matching your profile, and applies on your behalf. They do this in 4 easy steps:
Upload your CV and define your job preferences Create one or more job searches (Loops) LoopCV will search for matches and alert you immediately LoopCV will apply on your behalf
- Don’t Limit Your Search to Online Resources
Social media has been revolutionary. As of 73% of young adults claimed they found a job through a social media website. That’s a lot!
However, it doesn’t mean you should close the door on other opportunities. Attend job fairs, reach out to hiring managers, or use a career counseling service.
Nothing bad can come out of expanding opportunities and taking advantage of all job search options.
#4. Make Networking Part of Your Everyday Life
Some positions get filled internally or through networking, without ever being published.
In fact, some experts say between 70-85% of people found their jobs through networking, and it makes sense. Companies are more likely to hire someone that comes with a recommendation from a trusted source than someone they found on the internet.
Networking is becoming one of the most efficient ways to finding a job and you should take advantage of that.
Get out there, have face to face conversations with people, build connections and strengthen already existing ones. Make sure they know where you currently are professionally and where you aim to go, and learn the same about them as well.
Rather than a task, you should look at networking as a way of living.
I'm telling you the truth...
I was on a ZOOM meeting with a group of people, and was so amazed at the level of doubt that circulated in the room.
Please listen so you can succeed:
HINT No. #1. You have to get rid of your self-defeating doubts which draws no conclusions to a sadden heart.
HINT No. #2. You have to dump out your old personality, to plug into your new personality the leads to success.
HINT No. #3. Yes, 2023 is going to be a booming, and rebounding year for small personal successes.
HINT No. #4. You definitely want to be a part of vibrant things to come.
This is how you unlock the vaults in your life by "rethinking the possibilities."
I Believe You Can...!
#jobsearch #interview #resume #motivation #hiringnews #advice #coronavirus #warehouselogistics #ridesharedriver #application #unemployment #hiringevents #firstjob #motivation
25 years as an Outside/Inside sales rep with 10 years experience in healthcare and advertising. At KXII I was #1 in new business sales and #4 and #5 in new business sales back to back months at Spectrum. I have experience in opening new territories. Managed my 8 state territory and trained their sales teams on how to sell our product as well as Trade Shows and and Events. I’m excellent in closing sales, meeting and increasing my quotas.
I'm telling you the truth..(Words of Encouragement.)
On the playing field of life you will encounter many different types of oppositions.
Some may cause you to...
No. #1. Bunt the ball so-to-speak. No. #2. Hit a foul ball, are you kidding me? No. #3. Miss the ball completely, hmm, that's strange! No. #4. Even strikeout, to say the least. Now, that's strange.
Whatever you do, don't lose your passion for the game of life. Stay alert, and well informed. Don't ever give-up by "sitting on the beach of life."
Take your best swing for that homerun in life, so, everything else can fall-in-place for you.
I Believe You Can...!
#interview #workfromhome #firstjob #jobsearch #application #resume #healthcare.
My motto I apply for a job the employers expect me to work
#4 - Sharing details of your personal life, unless it’s somehow relevant to the role — like your experience taking care of your little sister when interviewing for a role as a nanny — there’s no need to talk about your personal life.
#7. - Bad-mouthing your former employer, you may have had your reasons for leaving your last job, but it’s best to keep it professional when referring to your previous employer or former co-workers. Talking badly about others reflects badly on you and is a red flag for a hiring manager, see more
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