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Blow Your Own Horn: How to Market Yourself and Your Career Hardcover – May 1, by Jeffrey P. Davidson (Author) › Visit Amazon's Jeffrey P. Davidson Page. Find all the books, read about the Author: Jeffrey P. Davidson. “Market Yourself and Your Career” is a hands-on, practical guide to becoming your own career coach. It will show you how to: Initiate specific action steps to success, develop key interpersonal skills to boost your career Brand: Electronic & Database Publishing, Inc. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: Blow your own horn: how to market yourself and your career. c Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Davidson, Jeffrey P. Market yourself and your career. Holbrook, Mass: Adams Media Corp., ©
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Assess your day to day work activities and rank what you do best. For example, you may be in the marketing department for a number of years but your role for the past year has been as project manager. Your career brand might be more salable if you were to position yourself as a marketing project manager rather than a marketing . In Maximize Your Potential: Grow Your Expertise, Take Bold Risks & Build an Incredible Career, from the 99U series and Jocelyn Glei, some of today’s leading minds offer their advice to take your career to the next level. A detailed how-to book Author: Rachel Moffett. Activities you should consider during your job search process include assessing yourself, identifying job opportunities, preparing your resume and related correspondence, and going on job interviews. Assessing Yourself You must know your product - you - so that you can market yourself File Size: 29KB. It's bad enough when you hate your job, but what about when you hate your industry? That's where a career change comes in—good thing we've got a technique for that. According to a recent study by LinkedIn, millennials now go through an average of four job .