Global pandemic. Economic uncertainty. SO much time on your hands. While times may feel scary...
There has never been a better time to take control of your career through remote work!
We wear wristbands that track our fitness, meditate using apps, optimize everything from our route to the grocery store to our wardrobe—but when we’re looking for a new role?
We go ANALOG - like it’s 1999.
- Tweak boring resumes
- Rely on dinosaurs like Linkedin to promote ourselves
- Submit generic applications on sites like Monster or Indeed alongside hundreds of other cogs
- Compete against 500+ other applicants for remote roles
- Stare at the ceiling waiting for callbacks
What if I told you there is a much, much better way?
A proven process the best candidates use to stand out, nail the interview, and get the role. An approach to your career that will not only help you land suitable roles but help you better understand yourself—your drivers and what you really want out of a career.
We wrote this guide and created Going Remote because there are no step-by-step resources for landing a remote job in today's market with today's technology.
Getting a job is WORK. But if you prepare and execute well, following time-tested principles, it can put you on a trajectory that will CHANGE your life.
It's okay if you haven't followed a process before, or find navigating the remote job search landscape disconcerting. Most companies are 💩 at hiring, and our education system doesn't teach us the valuable skills of marketing ourselves like a product: how to position, test, iterate and, most importantly, understand what our true career drivers are.
If you could understand what remote hiring managers look for and how to differentiate yourself—what would that do for your career?
Look at the products that we use and love. What is one thing they all have in common?
They spend time and money positioning themselves, through experimentation, until they get the right fit.
YOU are your product. In this ebook, you’ll understand the ways to position yourself, test your “product marketing,” and zero in on the best way to Stand Out, get great roles, and take control of your career through making the shift to remote employment.