How not to get a job through design thinking?

Design thinking is not only a way to develop commercially viable products. It’s also a way to design the lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of. Steve Jobs and Bill Gates never wrote resumes. They never struggled over achieving perfect tone or perfect letter. Because perfection doesn’t play a great role in life designing. 90% of job seekers use to go about looking for a job. But this technique brings only success for 5 percent of people. This is why many of them stay unemployed or doesn’t like the job they get.

Understanding the job description:

We need to appreciate the hiring manager, they all have positive intentions but only the process doesn’t work well. Since advertising, interviewing and hiring are repeated hundreds of time. They can’t be allowed to take too much time to hire a person. In rush, they don’t want to lose a good employee so companies announce fairly generic job descriptions. As a result, they ask for many applications as possible.

How many times have you thought “My resume is a perfect fit for the job or not?” If you understand a couple of things about this process from an insiders point of view. It will make more sense and hurt a little less on rejection.

Awareness is the key to life design. This is true when you are designing your career. If you are aware of the process involved in hiring, in writing jobs descriptions, in reading resumes, in interviews. Your success rate in getting a job offer increases.

Dysfunctional belief: You should focus on your need to find a job

Reframe: You should focus on hiring persons need to find the right person.

“If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you’ll never get it done.” – Bruce Lee

Finding your dream job can help you reframe them to design the life you desire. This, in turn, can improve your productivity and helps to achieve financial independence and can foster your early retirement.

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