How To Create A Job Search Funnel

Ask any good sales person and they will tell you about the value of a sales funnel.  The idea being that you need to keep developing new potential clients.  So that you always have a certain number of  prospects at some point in the selling process.

Because nothing happens quickly in this world.  The lead that you start pursuing today may not deliver value for months or years.

And in job search you have a very similar situation.  As much as we’d love our process to move along quickly, most of the time the process is more like a long and winding road.

So you need to be pursuing multiple job options.  All the time.

But how do you do that?

You create a job search funnel.  From the day you begin your job search, you manage your prospects like a sales person.  And you do it visually with the help of the funnel.  You update it weekly.

It looks like this:

job search, funnel, interviews, strategy

What I love about the funnel is that it keeps you focused on where each target company is in the funnel and reminds you to:

  1. keep looking for prospects to add to the top of the funnel (new target companies)
  2. work on moving warm leads through the funnel

If you like this idea and want to get a sample from me, make a comment below and I will send you one.

Have a great week.

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