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  • How to Talk About Yourself

    How to Talk About Yourself

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    When you get the question, “Tell me about yourself,” what do you say? Do you talk about your dog or your favorite drink at Starbucks®? If so, you can lose out on a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

     With this 2-page info-guide:

    • Find out what you should say and how to say it
    • Create a concise “professional statement” with our fill-in-the-blank elevator pitch
    • Receive 8 tips to increase your effectiveness and ease


  • Information Interview Prep

    Information Interview Prep

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    An information interview (or networking meeting) isn't really a job interview…or is it? Even if it doesn't turn into one on-the-spot, how you handle yourself can make or break future opportunities. With so much riding on this, how do you prepare?

     This 1-page info-guide helps you position yourself as the “known candidate with:

    • 4 must-do's to prepare
    • 6 sample conversation starters
    • 2 questions to always ask
    • 4 questions to always be prepared to answer


  • Make the Most of Career Fairs

    Make the Most of Career Fairs

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    When you’re in job search, your time is worth money. So, are career fairs really worth your time?

    Find out with this 1-page info-guide:

    • The most important step to decide if a career fair is worth your time
    • 8 ways to prepare – to make the most of your time
    • A checklist of 7 items to be sure you bring


  • Pre- / Post-Interview Checklist

    Pre-Post Interview Checklist

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    How well will you do? Prepare to do your best. How well did you do? Assess how to improve.

     This 1-page checklist guides you through your pre & post interview performance:

    • 14 items target the major interview performance areas
    • Use it for mock interview practice or test yourself
    • 4 rankings show where you shine & stumble, so you can focus improvement on weaker areas


  • Start a Business - with a Backstory

    Start a Business – with the Backstory

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    The chance that a new business will fail is 55%* in the 1st 5 years. Reasons include lack of planning, inadequate pricing knowledge, and managerial inexperience. How can you avoid being in the 55%?

    *Source: Entrepreneur Weekly, Small Business Development Center, Bradley Univ, University of Tennessee Research. http://www.statisticbrain.com/startup-failure-by-industry/

    This 5-step exercise takes your business concept from ideal-to-real:

    • 1st – Learn if you have what it takes to be a business owner
    • 2nd – Develop the 4 areas essential to building a solid business framework



Contact Marilyn Fettner, LCPC, MCC, NCC
847-831-0079 or Marilyn@FettnerCareerConsulting.com
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