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You Can Get The Success You Desire
If You're In The Right Place

By the time you finish reading this page you'll have access to information dealing with such issues as:

Deciding what market is right for you
Realizing what you have to offer the market
Making the most of what you know

Learn how successful people put themselves in the right place at the right time. Before you can even begin Targeting the Right Market, you need to decide just what that "right market" is.

What really interests you? What skills and experience do you have that you can highlight to match the needs of the industry/field in which you're interested? Think about every aspect of any and all of your work experiences.

Your journey from home Begin with what you learned from working in and/or around your home.

Did you enjoy caring for a child or children? Think about a career in child care.

Did you enjoy and have a flair for cooking, sewing, decorating, gardening or building and repair? Think about a career in the food, clothing, interior decorating, horticulture or construction industries/fields.

Your lessons from school Think about what you learned in your schooling.

Did you enjoy doing research and fact finding? Think about a career as a researcher.

Did you enjoy reading? Think about a career editing or proofreading.

Did you enjoy helping your teachers? Think about a career of teaching what you learned to others, perhaps as a tutor.

Hobbies made real Then there are all the skills and experience you gained exploring and developing your personal interests.

Do you enjoy carving wood and/or repairing and refinishing furniture? Think about a career in the wood working industries/fields.

Do you enjoy dancing, swimming or singing? Think about a career of performing and/or teaching.

Putting your work to work for you Are you already working but hoping to better your position with your current or another company? Think about all of the things you do in your day-to-day duties and responsibilities.

Do you enjoy working with and helping people? Think about a career as a customer service representative.

Do you enjoy "crunching" numbers? Think about a career in accounting or bookkeeping.

Bottom line ... There's no end to what skills and experience you have if you just focus on them.

Something you've done every day of your life can be just "the" thing you can create into a career.

All you need to do is decide which one(s) will give you the most satisfaction.

Then highlight them to match the needs of the employer who will give you the best chance for success.

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