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Job Search Challenge That Gets Interviews!


22 Replies to “Job Search Challenge That Gets Interviews!”

  • Folks! This is a NO-JOKE challenge to help you get more job interviews. Soak it up and get started. AND, AND, AND, you're gonna love my FREE, LIVE, 5-STRAIGHT-DAYS-IN-A-ROW, Job Search Challenge Event. Get the details and register for that here: https://www.milewalkacademy.com/andrew-lacivita-job-search-challenge. Hope to see you there. In the meantime, lemme know whatcha need and make sure to SUB to the channel so you get alerted to all the new stuff!!!

  • love you brother, Its been rough out there, I haven't woked in over 1.5 years now, I'm on medications and staritng to develop health issues, even tough i know 1000% all of your courses would be worth every single penny, I cannot afford anything right now, I'm broke, in debt and unemployed but your videos like this one really do brighten my day and help me, motivate me to push forward

  • I'm going to keep trying and follow the steps. We just had our second baby. I've been unemployed for over six months. We have burned through all of our savings. I'm down to borrowing money from family for rent if we don't find a way out of our lease in the next month. I've had some interviews lately and, following Andy's tips on interviews, received very positive feedback about my interviews, but for various reasons I haven't received any offers. I even got rejected for a seasonal job at one of the largest retail companies in the world today after an interview.

    Thank you for the challenge and making it free. I need content like this in my life lest I become completely demoralized.

  • Libraries have great resources for researching companies. Your library card will get you access to resources like the Reference USA database for free. You can sift and sort to your hearts delight. If you follow all the companies you are targeting across social media, the connections will pop up.

  • You are awesome. Just to clarify with this challenge, are we to make contacts without a job opening? Just making contact?

  • That's such good advice. I have multiple gigs so am going to do this for one of them! Having just hired somebody, the joy (and relief) of having the right person walk in is hard to overstate. So, let's be that person.

  • Okay Andrew – within 10 mins of sending the BOSS HUNTING letter to the targeted individual at a potential company I want to work for – she replied and asked for my resume! You are so generous in your giving of free and USABLE information. You get right to the good stuff immediately and you do not hold anything back. Thank you thank you thank you for all the advice, encouragement, templates, energy and sources you avail to all! I tell everybody about you, and share the good word on ya Andy! 🙂

  • Okay this video was great until Andy swore! I can’t believe him.

    Just kidding. I love you Andy. Thank you so much for these videos.

  • As someone who worked in recruiting, i can tell you that big companies do not give anyone the names of the hiring managers or decision makers as they do not want those managers inundated with phone calls and emails from mostly unqualified people. Everyone has to apply the same way…via an applicant tracking system. Then the recruiting team sifts through them and forwards the qualified people to the hiring manager.

  • I know your info is gold, but I have run out of time. Two years unemployed, and tired of hearing to hang in there. A friends same thing today and she ran into traffic on the highway and did not make it. Only option now is the street. In a killer economy and still skilled people cannot get jobs. It was great when I had the chance. Best of luck in your endeavors.

  • Hey Andy! Love your content, brings me information like no one ever did before! I have a quick question hoping that you'd see this & have an answer: do you have to put the dates/years you've worked in a particular company? If so, what if you worked at the same job every summertime (seasonal), but get promoted? – do you make a separate/another 'work experience' column[?], but change job position/description?

  • Hey Andy! Love your content, brings me information like no one ever did before! I have a quick question hoping that you'd see this & have an answer: do you have to put the dates/years you've worked in a particular company? If so, what if you worked at the same job every summertime (seasonal), but get promoted? – do you make a separate/another 'work experience' column[?], but change job position/description?

  • Very motivating and inspiring. This is the first video I've run across that gave a structure (i.e. "do this, expect this"). I'm going to give this methodology a try. If anything, I will be honing my networking skills. Thank you for taking the time out to discuss the "challenge".

  • Andy love the content and wanted to say that it has been extremely helpful in my job search. I sent out the boss hunting letter out 4 times and got 1 interview, 25% success rate! Can you talk about email subject lines when using the boss hunting technique. I think this would be really helpful to many. Thank You and much love from LA!

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