Grant Cardone's 12 Tips To Get A Job - Tip #5





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Published on Jun 19, 2012

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Grant Cardone: New York Times best selling author has 12 tips to help you find the job that you want in less than 36 hours. Grant will be sharing 12 tips with you. Grant has used these tips himself and he's shared them with other people. Regardless of what you hear in the workplace that nobody is hiring, you can't get the job that you want, nobody is paying, etc. Grant is going to show you how to get a job and these 12 tips will guarantee you a job and guarantee the job you want in less than 36 hours.

Tip #5 is to not rely on a resume to get a job. They're just words on a piece of paper. People don't hire resumes. Nobody hires paper. They hire people. What happens to you when you go in with a resume is that they look at your resume. What are they not looking at? They're not looking at YOU!

Grant Cardone wants you to literally take the resume away from them and tell them who you are. Grant wants them paying attention to you because they're going to hire you. They're not gonna hire a piece of paper. You buy paper, you don't hire paper. Grant wants them to hire you. He wants people interviewing you to see you for who you are. If you speak three languages then show them that you speak three languages.

Tell them who you are, tell them what you've done, tell them who you've worked for, and - most importantly - tell them why you're exceptional. Tell them why they might look at 100 people for the same position and why you are the only one - THE ONLY ONE - that they should hire.

You need this pitch down. You need this presentation down and a piece of paper, a resume, can't pitch you. How can two or three pieces of paper be more valuable than you as a human being in your presentation. You need to have this thing nailed! Like you're delivering Shakespeare or some great play or you're selling your finest piece of work right now. Because when you're getting a job that's what you're doing. Resumes don't get positions. You know what happens to most resumes? They sit on a desk with a bunch of other resumes and they're all equal.

You're not a resume. You're en extraordinary human being. Grant wants you to get in front of that person that's gonna make the decision to hire and Grant wants you to sell yourself.

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