Job Transition Secrets – II

Recently I recommended an editor over 60 for a project that he was very qualified for.  The first question I received from the manager was: “Is he good at social?” – meaning social media.

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Job Transition Secret – I

When you are searching for a job or a new occupation do you know what happens before you get called for an interview?

We know the secrets to getting the job you want!

We know the secrets to getting the job you want!

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Your Career, Finances and Happiness Come From Your Strengths – VI

Let’s summarize the TEES formula, now that you know each one of its building blocks.

Strength = Inborn Talents + Education + Experience + Skills

Using the information in the preceding posts you should determine at least five of your strengths.

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Your Career, Finances and Happiness Come From Your Strengths – V

The final element of the TEES formula is skills.  Skills are step by step techniques and instructions that experts have refined for you to more easily learn any sort of activity.

While learning skills will help you improve your performance in any area, the areas where you have foundational talents will show explosive growth in yourability to get better and you will feel that the activities are exciting. You will be happy in what you are doing.

I use again the example of public speaking.  A master public speaker can break down the different steps to a winning presentation.  And as a beginner you will certainly benefit from the instruction, but if you have the natural talents you’ll pick-up the instructions so quickly that people in the audience would think you had been doing public speaking for years when it might have only been weeks.

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Your Career, Finances and Happiness Come From Your Strengths – IV

Let’s look again at the TEES formula.  In the preceding posts we have addressed talents and education.

The third element is your experiences.  What you’ve learned throughout your life by observing people and events and pulled out as techniques on how to do things.  The master salesman knows the right words to say, when to be quiet and allow the pressure of silence and when to go for the close.

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