You’re Invited: Special Career Seminar! Get the Job You Want, Even When No One’s Hiring

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014 | Posted in Articles

Get the Job you want when no one is hiring

Ford Myers Expert Career Coach offers Seminar Get the Job You Want Even Though No One is Hiring. Ford is an expert career consultant for NBC, ABC, Wall Street Journal and more. Ford is able to bring his many years of career coaching to clients across the United States to truly find the work they live in a challenging economy. Don’t wait any longer, get paid what you are worth now. Contact Ford Myers, Career Potential at (888) 967-5762 or via email: Contact@CareerPotential.com .

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2014 Outlook for Senior Executives

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 | Posted in Articles

Ford Myers Career Coach

Ford Myers, Career Coach Philadelphia shares 2014 Outlook for Senior Executives. Ford is an expert career coach on Fox News, ABC, NBC, Wall Street Journal and more. Ford is able to bring his many years of career coaching to clients across the United States to truly find the work they live in a challenging economy. Don’t wait any longer, get paid what you are worth now. Contact Ford Myers, Career Potential at (888) 967-5762 or via email: Contact@CareerPotential.com .

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You’re Invited: Accomplishment Stories – Your Most Powerful Tool to Get the Job Offer

Tuesday, March 11th, 2014 | Posted in Articles

Accomplishment Stories Ford Myers

Ford Myers, expert Career Coach Philadelphia, invites you to public seminar: Accomplishment Stories – Your Most Powerful Tool to Get the Job Offer. Ford is an expert career coach on NBC, ABC, Wall Street Journal and more.

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6 Tips for Success When Working with Career Coach

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014 | Posted in Articles

6 Tips for Success When Working with Career Coach

Ford Myers Career Coach Philadelphia shares 6 Tips for Success When Working with Career Coach. Ford is an award-winning career expert featured on NBC, ABC, Fox News, Wall Street Journal and more.

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You’re Invited: Salary Negotiation – the Rules of the Game

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014 | Posted in Articles

Salary Negotiations Ford Myers Career Coach

Award-winning Career Expert, Ford Myers, invites you to “Salary Negotiation – the Rules of the Game” on February 27th, 2014. Learn the insider tips on how to negotiate your salary effectively. Ford is an expert career coach featured on NBC, ABC, Wall Street Journal and more.

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Begin With an “Internal Career Audit”

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014 | Posted in Articles

Begin With an “Internal Career Audit” Ford Myers

Ford Myers Career Coach Philadelphia shares importance of getting the job you want to begin with an internal career audit. Ford is a career expert ABC, NBC, Fox News and More.

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You’re Invited: Survive and Thrive: Taking Care of Your Job and Yourself During Tough Times

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014 | Posted in Articles

Survive and Thrive: Taking Care of Your Job and Yourself During Tough Times

Ford Myers Career Coach Philadelphia offers tips to Survive and Thrive as you Take Care of Your Job and Yourself during tough economic times. Ford has been featured on NBC, ABC, Fox News, Wall Street Journal and more.

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You’re Invited: 20 Habits Of Highly-Effective Job Seekers In A Down Market

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013 | Posted in Articles

20 Habits Of Highly-Effective Job Seekers In A Down Market

You’re Invited to this Public Career Seminar 20 Habits Of Highly-Effective Job Seekers In A Down Market Fresh Start.  You CAN find a good job in a BAD economy – but not with conventional search techniques. You need a FRESH approach! Today’s job market is the toughest since the Great Depression, and the challenges are here to stay. In this presentation, Executive Career Coach and author Ford R. Myers will reveal the 20 powerful strategies that consistently generate exceptional results for job seekers, even when no one SEEMS to be hiring! Here are the details: DATE:  Friday, December 20, 2013 TIME: 9:00 [...read more]

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