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Finding a Job Super Fast Using the One-Day Schedule

Jun 14, 2008
To find a job super fast, you are going to have to get organized. Without being organized, you will never know where to begin or end the process of obtaining a job. The only way to keep up a high enough level of organization is if you know exactly what you need to be doing on a day to day basis.

Consider using the one-day schedule. This schedule will, hour by hour, give you guidance in finding work. When following this schedule the main rule is to stay focused on the task at hand and not the problems that might occur the next day. Just follow this schedule, repeat each day, and don't worry about any other day of the week.

6:00 am to 7:00 am:

Read the Bible and say your prayers. Even if you're not a Christian make sure to pray to whichever God you believe in because as mentioned before you are going to need all the help you can get and faith is the best kind of help. Also by saying your prayers and/or giving thanks to God, you are immediately serene and peaceful. This makes it easier to go on through the day's difficult tasks ahead. Finding a job isn't easy, so you need every last bit of help and every moment of peace you can reserve. This is the most important hour of your because it keeps your attitude positive and your hope alive.

7:00 am to 8:00 am:

Section off each part of you're the yellow pages that you will need for the day. First, section off the Employment Agencies. Next, the companies that are in your industry. Make sure your ready to call every single one of these companies.

8:00 am to 12:00 noon:

The phone numbers you have sectioned off in your yellow book are now coming to use. For the next four hours you need to call each company and agency for their fax numbers/email addresses/mailing addresses (whichever is more convenient for you). Make sure to write down all the information and save it. After you have called at least 100 -200 numbers then you need to send out your resume to every one of the companies on your list.

12:00 noon to 1:00 pm
Lunch time. Eat and get your rest but don't be lazy - make sure you get back to work on time.

1:00 pm to 6:00 pm
These five hours are dedicated purely to interviews. If a company has scheduled their interview for morning then go for it but make sure you get right back to your one-day schedule as quickly as possible.
Also, be sure not to slow down your pace just because your interviews are going well. Some jobs may work out and others may not, regardless of how well the initial interview went. The best thing to do is have lots of backup work ready just in case your dream job doesn't work out the way you wanted it to. That way, you aren't left "high and dry". Go to every interview you can during this preferred time period.

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm:

Get prepared for the next day. Make sure to have tidy interview clothes ready for the next day. Get all of your follow up phone numbers and fax numbers ready to use tomorrow.

Just remember, the more you pour into the glass, the more full it becomes. Keep trying, and repeat, repeat, repeat. Failure is only when you give up.
About the Author
Did you know it takes 9 months for the average American to find a job? Can you afford to wait that long? Brad Rhoton has been Vice President of local and national employment agencies all over the US for over twenty years, and has used his experience to write a book called How to Find a Job Super Fast. Now you can use Brad's time-tested tips to find a job in days instead of weeks: http://www.JobsSuperFast.com
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