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Updated by Bruce Radcliffe Wilson on Mar 03, 2017
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10 STEPS TO A SUCCESSFUL JOB SEARCH FOR INTROVERTS

We all have a little bit of introvert in us, but we have to overcome it to be successful. This article written by article by Wendy Gelberg sheds a lot of light and provides some useful hints.

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Be visible. Use social networking and conventional networking opportunities to ensure that you're on the radar screen...

Be visible. Use social networking and conventional networking opportunities to ensure that you're on the radar screen...
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Use your preference for deep relationships to listen to others and position yourself as a resource, to make networkin...

Use your preference for deep relationships to listen to others and position yourself as a resource, to make networkin...
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Practice your answers to interview questions. By scripting out what you want to say and reviewing your success storie...

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Develop your self-promotional skills so that you can explain - on paper and in person - the value you can bring to yo...

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Balance the solitary job search activities that you will be naturally drawn to with more social activities, since the...

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Schedule recovery time and breaks to recharge your batteries when you are involved in the highly social aspects of th...

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Prepare - for networking events by researching the people you will encounter, to facilitate easier conversations; - f...

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Apply your listening skills during an interview to probe for information about the employer so you can evaluate wheth...

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Keep your eyes on the prize - make conscious choices that bring you closer to your goal, even if some of the necessar...

  • Bruce Radcliffe Wilson is a retired adjunct professor of marketing at California State University at Sacramento, where he served as the Faculty Advisor to Beta Gamma Sigma, the International Honor Society in Business Administration. He is a former member of the California Governor’s Small Business Reform Task Force, and the Chief Executive Officer of Wilson Business Integrators, Inc., dba, The Wilson Group.

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