Create Your Own Job
Creating your own job means no more resumes, no interviews, and no rejection.
After getting fired from my last job, I started creating my own job. Here are some of the jobs I’ve created or had created for me:
- $500 a night working the coat check in a fancy restaurant
- $2500 a month as a corporate publicist working 4 days a month
- $2500 a month just to be on call as a spokeperson
- Hanging out with celebrities at Cannes, making over 6 figures a year
- $200 a day reading scripts
- $40 an hour transcribing
What do all of those jobs have in common? I got all of them without a resume, interview, agent, recruiter or HR. None ofthem were on a job board, classified ad or online. And I didn’t have any experience or training for any of them.
I got them all by using the techniques
I’ll teach you in my seminar.
What You'll Learn:
- 3 ways to guarantee you'll have more work than you can handle, even in the worst economy
- The one "job" everyone should have that costs nothing to start
- How to create a job so unique you won't even have any competition
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What People Are Saying:
“I wish I had used these techniques two years ago…”” I have always wanted to “be my own boss”, and had a lot of good ideas, but lacked the motivation to do anything with them. Julie has given me new inspiration to get started! Her webinar provided the encouragement and organizational helps that I was lacking. She even offered new ideas that I had not thought of before. She has inspired me to “get moving” instead of just talking about it.
“The material in Julie’s seminar is golden!”
” If you’re unemployed or want to make sure you never are, you have to get this course. It has advice you won’t find anywhere else. I highly recommend “Create Your Own Job” to anyone who wants a lifetime of job security.
“Enjoyable and thought provoking…”
Julie Austin’s job seminar offers a unique perspective in terms of going about finding meaningful employment. That is, that the more one is in the “driver’s seat”, the better the chance of getting a position that is satisfying in a personal way, as opposed to settling for one that is ready made for everyone and no one in particular. Enjoyable and thought provoking, with an entertaining slide presentation.