You hate having someone judge you and inaccurately determine your abilities and worth, over and over again. Based on some words written on a piece of paper. And from a false impression made from a one-time face-to-face contact. You don’t believe you need to sell yourself to anyone, and almost like beg for a job… When you are confident of your true potential and capabilities.

I hated that every time I apply for a job, I have to spend hours sitting in front of the computer… Trying to make my resume sound fancy and impressive. And somehow magnify or exaggerate my skills and qualifications. To make myself sound better and more experienced than I actually am. Which sometimes makes me feel a like a phony… And since I had a tendency to jump from job to job, which jobs should I actually include in my resume and which ones should I leave out?

I was told that I should only include the jobs that I have worked in for a decent amount of time. Preferably for at least one year. And the jobs I list on my resume should be coherent with each other in nature and specialty. So that it doesn’t look like I’m clueless and don’t know what I’m doing with my life… But what if I believe that everything I’ve through forms different parts of my life story. Which help to shape who I have become as a person. Don’t they count, just because they seem a little messy?

Obviously not…

The harsh reality is, if you were completely honest in your resume and job interview… And let someone else determine your worth… You would probably not be hired a lot of the times…

OK. So what if hypothetically I had the best resume with the best qualifications, skills and experiences. And my career journey looked completely organised and well structured. But I was a horrible person?… What if I had bad habits and bad work ethics? And all the dark secrets that you would never know about me unless you hired me first and then found out later, as you got to know me…

That seems to be OK, as long as you leave a good first impression… As long as your resume sounds nice. And you happen to be great at promoting yourself and putting on a façade at interviews.

And what is with the go with people being rejected because they are ‘over-qualified?’… If you have studied really hard all your life, so that you can get a PHD and a high paying job…You might still not get the job you want because employers don’t want to legally have to pay you a premium wage based on your overly high qualifications…So what was the point of all those years you wasted and toiled? Only to get rejected anyways…

Are you sick and tired of applying for jobs, perfecting your resume, and being critically judged time and time again… In an interview, with a short span of time you have to impress someone?

Do you feel like your that your job experiences, resume and interview performance are not a true and accurate representation of who you areas a person, your attributes, values and personality?

Wish you could be your own boss and determine your own worth?

Maybe you never truly excelled in your career, not because your lazy or unambitious… But because you never found the right one worth fighting for… Maybe where your true potential lies, is being an entrepreneur. Where you can be free to soar like an eagle, high in the sky and without limits. Where your creativity, individuality and personal attributes can be truly expressed. And where you get the opportunity to build something from scratch with your own bare hands. And turn it into a magnificent masterpiece…

If this sounds like you, then maybe you should start exploring the possibility of being an entrepreneur. And what it might look like for you. To give you a starting guide, I recommend you explore the potential of becoming an online entrepreneur… By watching our eye opening video series.

Click here to find out how you can build a profitable online business and determine your own worth…. Not to mention, living the life where you never have to write another resume or attend another interview again…

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