defining and finding your dream job
self reflection and jump start guide
How would you describe your dream job?
What is of top importance in your professional life? (Multiple choice, and be honest w yourself!)
focus and mastering your specific aesthetic craft
continuous learning & exploring new potential treatment specializations
saving money for your future
making ample "fun money"
definitely favor short commute
open to relocating
lower pay for more flexibility
highest pay possible & don't mind the pressure
busy & bustling environment
edgy & artsy environment
top-quality & high-end environment
simple job with no pressure
independent & entrepreneurial over managed & mentored
new practice more entrepreneurial & upside earning potential
more established, less upside but stable income
more unlimited earning as you ramp your marketing skillsets
earn from how busy they are & not have to market yourself
somewhere I can learn to own my own practice or medspa someday
Based on your answers above, search Google AS A CUSTOMER and list the results here:
What jobs on the job boards sound like positions or practices you'd love to work for? Paste the URLs of the most interesting sounding practices here:
In what ways are you uniquely qualified for this dream job?
In what ways might you come up short? (Include why it might not matter with each shortcoming. This helps you get over yourself:)!
In what regions (include zip codes) do you want to work?
Are there specific companies you want to work for or practice sizes and types?
If they don't exist in your region(s), is it crazy to ask them if they plan on opening there?
do you want a job that exposes you to learning a wide variety of things, or narrow?
Have you done your research on job boards to find out the average comp for your position?
Do you have a great headshot and visume that shows your vibe?
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Make a list of the people who might be able to make intros for you, or help with ideas!
If you were to contact a stranger for a job, how would you start that communication?
If you were to call a stranger for a job, how would you describe yourself as a person?
Same scenario - How would you describe yourself as a professional?
Based on all that above, how would you present yourself professionally, in a nutshell?
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Yes, for sure
No thanks, I'm okay
Maybe later, not now
I might know someone who needs you!