• Maya Grossman

Rejection is Just a Redirection

Recruiters and hiring managers are not rejecting you.

They are rejecting their perception of you.

Assuming you've got the skills to do the job, it means you need to work on:

1. Your story - tailor it to their needs.

Focus on ONE role and tailor your resume and LinkedIn for that role. Write a career story that shows why you are a great fit.

2. Your preparation - know the company, the role, and the requirements, and craft your answers and examples for that specific interview in advance.

3. Your confidence and presentation skills - practice, practice, practice. Record yourself on zoom or ask a friend to give you feedback. get fluent and confident in your delivery.

All in all, spend 5-10 hours preparing (this is what it takes to absolutely crush it).

Rejection doesn't mean you need to STOP

It means something needs to CHANGE

Learn from your experience and take the necessary steps to improve

Every rejection is a lesson that takes you one step closer to success!

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