Episode 220

Failing Your Job Search (Ep 220)

In today's dynamic job market, the path to career success is often winding and unpredictable. As the host of The Job Hunting Podcast and an experienced career coach, I have dedicated my career to helping professionals navigate this labyrinth with confidence and strategy. Here, I share my insights into transforming your job search from a daunting task into an empowering journey.

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Timestamps to guide your listening:

  • 03:38 - First thing to do - start your job search
  • 08:07 - Career planning
  • Three paths
  • 13:30 - Leave the competition
  • 17:44 - Treat it like a side hustle
  • 20:03 - Treat it like the most important project

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About the host, Renata Bernarde

Hello, I'm Renata Bernarde, the Host of The Job Hunting Podcast. I'm also an executive coach, job-hunting expert, and career strategist. I teach corporate, non-profit, and public professionals the steps and frameworks to help them find great jobs, change, and advance their careers with confidence and less stress. 

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Renata Bernarde

I'm Renata Bernarde, a former CEO and senior executive, now dedicated to helping professionals succeed in advancing their careers. I believe that you can have the best career. One that satisfies your financial and personal needs, brings you joy, and adds value to your life.
I designed career services that can meet your needs and your budget. So, if you're a seasoned professional at a career crossroads, seeking to align your next job with your life's purpose, then let's redefine your career path together and turn aspirations into achievements. Are you ready? Let's embark on this journey together.

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Renata Bernarde