Reinvention Through Messaging

The Write Message for the Right Job!

by Dilip G. Saraf


Formats

Softcover
$29.95
Hardcover
$39.95
E-Book
$6.00
Softcover
$29.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/22/2004

Recognition Programs


Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 458
ISBN : 9780595324156
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 458
ISBN : 9780595665648
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 458
ISBN : 9780595772087

About the Book

Dream jobs remain hauntingly elusive to many. Seismic job market shifts have permanently changed how job seekers must now achieve their dreams. A vehicle for attaining career dreams is your own genius presented as a value-creating message. In this pioneering book, author Dilip Saraf guides you through a transforming process that shows how to:

  • Use the SIMPLE tool to extract your genius and make your messages stand out
  • Communicate your personal Unique Skills in your résumé to present your genius
  • Increase your messaging power by overcoming your limiting beliefs
  • Become a Dream Catcher by understanding the networking paradox
  • Present messages that make you a must hire
  • Reinvent the way you present yourself, simply by transforming your résumé
  • Recover from interview mistakes and receive great offers
  • Build your dream career, based on an uncommon communication process that gives you the advantage
  • Keep your career protected from economic cycles by constantly reinventing yourself

Real-life examples in Reinvention will inspire you to follow a path you dared not before. Learn how to trumpet your innermost voice in a unique message. Discover how to achieve your career dreams using these strategies, regardless of the economy.


About the Author

Dilip Saraf?s pioneering approach will galvanize your career. Author of the ground-breaking The Seven Keys to a Dream Job: A Career Nirvana Playbook!, Saraf was a high-tech executive and has consulted with Global-500 companies on leadership, technology, and marketing. A graduate of IIT-Bombay, and Stanford, he practices in Silicon Valley.