When I first moved to Manhattan, finding a job seemed impossible. I had no network, no prestigious degrees or fancy ex-employers, and a big ol'employment gap. I wasn't exactly what most companies would call a desirable candidate.
The few people I knew in NYC worked for tech giants, and had recruiters *constantly* in their DMs. I was so jealous - all I wanted was a call back for a phone screen and people were begging them to consider job opportunities. I wanted opportunities to come to me.
Instead of getting frustrated - I got determined. I knew there was a way I could make myself unignorable when I was applying to job and position myself as the only and obvious candidate for the job - even when I was up against candidates with more experience and fancy Ivy League MBAs.
I started by uncovering my UAQ, which made me competitionless.
Then I updated my resume to clearly convey how my UAQ would translate into dollar signs for the lucky company that hired me.
Finally, I started positioning my personal brand on social media - and this is what ultimately had interviewers impressed by me before we even spoke, acknowledged as an expert in my field, and gave me negotiating power when I got (multiple) job offers.
I put together this special bundle to teach you exactly how to do the same.