You’ve updated your resume. You’ve done mock interviews, got a fresh haircut, and spit shined your shoes [to the point they’d pass inspection, damnit!]. You even go so far as making sure every application has a cover letter, and you hand-write a personalized thank you card to follow-up. So, why isn’t your phone blowing up? After all, you’re a veteran, and the skills we gain through our service our highly desirable; our work ethic and mindset often unparalleled. What’s the secret sauce? Similar to a career in sales, “success is in the follow up.” As we heard in Episode 006, [linked Here, or on your favorite podcast app] Treacy Dobbins shares his initial struggle to land a job that met his qualifications. This is a common problem in our veteran community: often, veterans must accept work that is below their training either due to necessity or inability to translate military training for civilians to understand. Treacy found success, though, through character traits we all learned while in uniform – tenacity. Treacy applied for a job he really wanted, but had not heard back from the company in about 30 days… Go listen to episode 006 to learn how he lands this job! Make sure you don’t miss any episodes, news or updates by following us on social media, and subscribing to the podcast! Of course, we’d GREATLY APPRECIATE you sharing us with friends! https:/linktr.ee/veteransinthewild
Make sure you don’t miss any episodes, news or updates! Follow us on social media, and subscribe to the podcast! Of course, we’d GREATLY APPRECIATE you sharing us with friends!