Corey Harlock
Corey HarlockTwitter:@skillstoachieveLinkedIn:www.ca.linkedin.com/in/skillstoachieveCareer Coaching Service:www.skillstoachieve.com/s2aacademy/Career Blog:www.skillstoachieve.com/s2aacademy/blog/Bio: Corey Harlock is on a mission, teaching job seekers how to be Inspired to Get Hired! Every day, more people join the Fearless Job Seeker Revolution, learning how to stop focusing on hundreds of hiring managers and putting themselves at the “heart” of their job search by completely changing their approach. It’s time to be Inspired to Get Hired by breaking rules, taking control, and Promoting Yourself. Check out the S2A Academy's Career Center. What's your favorite career related quote?“In a crowded market place fitting in is failing. And in a busy market place not standing out is the same as being invisible.” (Seth Godin) What’s your favorite part about being a CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert? I believe in a completely different approach to getting hired. It’s an approach that puts the job seeker at the “heart” of hiring process – not the hiring manager. I believe it’s easier to get hired for your ideal job than it is to just get hired – in any economy. Yes, you read that correctly. I believe that by using the Skills to Achieve program, you’ll have a better chance at finding your “dream job” than just landing the first job that comes along, even when times are tough. Articles written by this expert:Job Search: Fitting in is FailingWhat You Know About Finding a Job is WrongWhat Are You Selling to Potential Employers?Over 40 and Unemployed? Why Are You Overcompensating?3 Tips From Yoda If You’re Over 40 And UnemployedThe Real Reason You’re Still Unemployed
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I recently worked on a pro bono project for a friend, and it reminded me of a time early in my career and how lucky I was then to get such great advice from the more seasoned pros around me. Advice that ultimately saved me from some major pitfalls. I made mistakes here and there over the course of nearly 20 years of projects, but with each hiccup came a lesson. Here are some takeaways from my lessons learned and all that sage advice.

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