You Can't Get a Job If You're Not Discoverable

Photo by  Jakob Owens  on  Unsplash

Photo by Jakob Owens on Unsplash

The first step to getting a date on Tinder is to make yourself discoverable.

The same is true of LinkedIn.

If you want to get noticed by potential clients, employers, and friends, then you have to create.

You have to start the dialogue.

It's hard to write an engaging LinkedIn post everyday.

Why should you spend your time doing it anyways?

Because you have to give people a chance to notice you.

Give them a chance to get involved in your story because you're not alone in the journey of life.

And if one of your goals is to find people who resonate with you, then there's no reason not to show up.

Out of 7 weekly posts, about 5 fall flat and the others get 20X the amount of views.

Just the other day I wrote a post that was viewed by 10 LinkedIn employees.

Another post was viewed by over 100 CEOs/Founders.

It just takes a couple of minutes a day with huge potential upside.

Even now, I feel happy sharing this with you. I feel like you're all with me on my journey.

And if you want me in on yours, please comment down below so we can all support each other on this platform.