Posted by: garispang | August 5, 2009

Guerrilla Job Search Authors David and Kevin discuss cutting-edge job search and career success strategies

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 Table of Contents of the Book by of Dave Perry’s “Guerrilla Marketing For Job Hunters 2.0”

Foreword by Darren Hardy
Acknowledgments
Warning
Introduction

Chapter 1: Why You Need to Become a Guerrilla Job Hunter
The New Global America

PART 1 YOUR GUERRILLA MIND

Chapter 2: Personal Branding Guerrilla Style
Shape Up Your Brand with Attitude

Chapter 3: Your Guerrilla Job-Hunting Strategy
Think Like a General—Work Like a Sergeant

Chapter 4: Your Research Plan
Research: The Guerrilla’s Competitive Edge

PART II WEAPONS THAT MAKE YOU A GUERRILLA

Chapter 5: Resume Writing and Cover Letter Boot Camp
How to Overhaul Your Personal Marketing Materials

Chapter 6: Twenty-First Century Digital Weapons
If You Build It, They Will Come for You…

Chapter 7: Recruiternomics 2.0
How to Work Your Job Search Commandos

PART III TACTICS THAT MAKE YOU A GUERRILLA

Chapter 8: Guerrilla Networking
A Radical Approach

Chapter 9: Fearless Warm Calling
A Fresh Alternative

Chapter 10: Creative Ways to Find a Job
Breakthrough Strategies

PART IV YOUR GUERRILLA JOB-HUNTING CAMPAIGN

Chapter 11: 3 Sample Campaigns
The Force Multiplier Effect in Action

Chapter 12: Hand-to-Hand Combat
Winning the Face-to-Face Interview

Chapter 13: Negotiating the Deal
How to Bargain with Confidence

Chapter 14: Ready Aye Ready

Bonuses
Appendix 1: Call Logs
Appendix 2: eXtreme TM Makeover Resume Samples
Appendix 3: Compensation Checklist
About the Authors
Index
Free Job-Search Resources

I don’t know if you’ve had a chance to read it but, I highly recommend
it based upon my knowledge of Dave Perry, his co-author, Jay Conrad,
Levinson and Dave’s earlier iterations of “Guerrilla Marketing for Job
Hunters” I hope that immediately upon finishing it, I’ll be able to
confidentally recommend it to every job seeker I’m coaching….

By the way: You can check out a Wall Street Journal interview of David
Perry and his business partner, Kevin Donlin.

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