Use a sharpshooter not a shotgun approach to zero-in on job opportunities for which you are an excellent fit.
In the 2012 James Bond movie Skyfall, Quartermaster (Q) provides 007 with a new weapon, a gun with a safety mechanism that requires Bond’s palm print to activate the weapon. Q comments that the gun is “less of a random killing machine, more of a personal statement.” (1)
Does your personal statement convey your authenticity, purpose, and value? How do you determine if are uniquely suited for a particular job and develop talking points for a killer resume and cover letter?
At Mission Possible HQ, we’ve developed an arsenal of weapons to help you land your dream job fast.
Our newest device, The Mission Possible Fit/Gap Analysis Spreadsheet, will enable you to:
Job Seeker, your mission, should you choose to accept it, is threefold.
Sharla Taylor, creator of the Mission Possible Job Search System, empowers job seekers to conduct thoughtful and detailed fit-gap analysis and create compelling career success stories. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 912-656-6857.
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1. Mendes, Sam. Skyfall. Eon Productions, 2012.
Sharla Taylor is a Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW), Certified Career Enlightenment LinkedIn Writer (CCELW), experienced job search strategist, and published author. Sharla is the owner of Written by a Pro, a freelance writing and editing service. She approaches her business from a Christian perspective. Her favorite Scripture is Matthew 19:26 "with God all things are possible."
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Austin Farmer, graphic artist, is a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design where he majored in Industrial Design and minored in Architecture. Austin creates marketing materials for businesses and uses his artistic and musical talents to enhance the worship service at Savannah Christian Church. He also draws exquisite portraits! Austin's favorite Scripture passage is Isaiah 12:2.