Today was my very first Facebook Live weekly Q&A session! I was nervous all morning approaching it but I think it went well. Or at least I'm happy with how it went. You guys sent in some great questions before and during the event that helped it go smoothly! I really need to work hard on looking in the camera though! You can see the live Q&A session here.
I've outlined the questions that I answered and some details.
Question 1: How do you follow up after an interview and with whom?
Question 2: Can you send a follow up after you haven’t heard.
Question 3: how to stay inspired and find a job during a lengthy and demoralizing job search
Question 4: On Pinterest I see all these amazing resume formats and templates, where can I make one and do they work?
Question 5: Is it best to send a resume in PDF or Word format.
Question 6: What was your experience that made you such a strong proponent of the informational interviews.
Question 7: What is the worst thing to do in an interview.
Questions 8: Can you tell me more about your Career Coaching Packages
Thanks to everyone who joined and to those who watched later! I'll see you next week, same time and same place!
1/11/2019 07:14:43 am
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