Most of us wake up every morning dreading to go to work.
We drag ourselves out of bed and go “back to the grind” each week. We know we’re not doing what we love. We know we’re not having any growth. We know our job isn’t exciting. Sometimes during the day we even feel like our work is pointless.
But we stick with it anyway, as each day floats by.
It’s hard to know what else to do, especially if we don’t even know what our dream job is. And sometimes, we even feel guilty for wanting something better – we’re lucky to even have a job, right?
I’ve been there.
I’m Raghav. And I used to work at a bunch of boring jobs.
I knew each day was just passing me by. I was so overwhelmed that I didn’t even know what to do about it.
And it always felt like there was a cloud over my head because I had to go back in the next day and do the same thing all over again.
I got anxious when I thought, where am I going to be in 10 years?
Hopefully not doing the same, pointless, boring thing that some of my older co-workers were doing.
How many of us feel the same way?
Trust me, it’s not your fault.
Landing the perfect job isn’t something that anyone tells you how to do. They just expect you to figure it out on your own. And if you don’t, you feel like a loser.
It’s not easy.
Most of us “get motivated” to look for jobs, send a bunch of resumes out into the ether, and get rejections in return. Or even worse, we don’t even hear back.
This can feel really demoralizing, even downright depressing.
It doesn’t help that most career advice out there just sucks. In a world where hiring managers get sent hundreds of resumes, the way to stand out is not by trying to write a better resume – it’s by going beyond the resume, and focusing on what actually matters.
I’ve gotten job offers at some companies without even sending a resume. I’ve worked with New York Times bestselling authors, top tier companies, some of the biggest venture capital firms in Silicon valley, and well known tech entrepreneurs. Now, I love the work I do. I’ve had a crazy amount of growth, and I’m excited when I think about where I’m going to be in 10 years.
Imagine waking up every morning, excited to go to work.
Even if you don’t know what the perfect job for you is yet, you probably have some things in mind, like:
- Having a boss who respects you, and treats you well
- Getting paid what you’re worth
- Having a ton of growth opportunities
- Feeling so excited about what you do that you can’t stop talking about it.
- Knowing that what you’re doing is impactful
I’ve experienced all of these. And man, it feels great.
Let me help you land the perfect job.
In my private email list, I share specific strategies you can use to:
- Figure out what your dream job is
- Make the right connections with world class super connectors without coming off as “salesy” (even if you live in the middle of nowhere)
- Craft your application in such a way that the hiring manager can’t ignore you (even if you’re underqualified)
- Crush every interview
- And much more…