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Teachers Taking Action #007 The #1 reason you aren't landing interviews

Happy Saturday to you and 3751 motivated Teachers Taking Action in our community.

Here's one short tip on how to grow your network and land your dream job.

Today's issue takes about 3 minutes to read.

Enjoy!

The #1 reason you aren't landing interviews has NOTHING to do with your resumé or your experience.

What?????

A HUGE shock right?

So what IS the reason you are asking?

The reason you are not landing interviews is that you are not communicating your value.

 Ok. So your next question is - how do I do that?

To communicate your value to Principals and schools (and get hired) you have to create a situation where they KNOW, LIKE and TRUST you.

And the way that you do this is by creating a strong PERSONAL BRAND.

Personal branding is not just for marketers, people in the media and influencers.

It's for everyone. 

It's how you show up online, and create an environment for people to get to know you.

The goal is to get people to KNOW, LIKE...

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Teachers Taking Action #004 Your LinkedIn Profile Pic

Happy Sunday to you and 3675 motivated Teachers Taking Action in our community.

Here's one short tip on how to grow your network and land your dream job.

Today's issue takes about 2 minutes to read.

Enjoy!

Today we are going to talk about your LinkedIn profile picture!

Your picture is the first impression that Principals and schools will have of you.

We want you to take a serious look at your profile picture and see if you meet all of these criteria:

1. Do you look like you are going to an interview?

2. Choose a photo that looks like you - if you normally wear a head scarf, glasses or a beard, have a photo that looks like that.

3. Wear professional clothing, as you would wear to school. Don't wear a tie if you don't normally wear one. Make sure your shoulders are covered.

4. Make sure the photo is high resolution. The ideal size is 400 x 400 pixels.

5. Take the photo in soft, natural light. You can use the "spotlight"...

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