PSA: It’s Not You
PSA: It’s Not You!
Have you been looking for a new, better position for months?
Have you sent 100+ cover letters and CVs and applied to hundreds of job postings on websites?
Have you gotten very little responses (if you heard from them at all)?
Have you started doubting your greatness because of all these rejections?
If the answer to that is YES, BEEN THERE, DONE THAT, GOT THE T-SHIRT, then I feel you. And I am here to tell you: it’s not you.
The application system is broken and it’s incredibly hard to break through all the obstacles placed in your way to get that coveted role and pay. You will send in your application letter, together with hundreds of other people. You will have the interview, hoping to answer their questions better than the 20 people waiting in the corridor to be interviewed for the exact same position.
It will be even more difficult if you have a non-traditional background.
If you have been out of the workforce for a while
If you want to pivot into a new industry or position
If you come from a different country and don’t speak the local language
The honest truth is that the odds are stacked against you. But they don’t have to be.
Over the past couple of years, we have maintained a 100% success rate in getting women the skillset and the mindset to get them FANTASTIC JOBS and EVEN BETTER PAY. That’s 100%. We have never failed.
As a committed, hard-working professional, you deserve to share your magic with the world. And it all starts with nailing the application process and the salary negotiation. If you go at it alone, statistically your chances of achieving your goals of getting a great job and great pay are… very small.
Yes, you are an amazing professional. Yes, you have an amazing track record, and yes, you get results. But even so, we’ve seen far too many women get rejected for NO apparent reason… even when they have got so much going for them.
And the real tragedy of this is that with our help, they would have been virtually guaranteed a great job and great salary.
You love your work.
You love your career.
You DON’T want to look back in 20 years’ time and regret not making the most of it.