Millennial Workforce Survival Guide: A step by step guide to figuring "it" out


Millennial Workforce Survival Guide: A step by step guide to figuring "it" out


Grow your personal brand, expand your network, and land your dream job with these helpful tips. In this 115 page book, you'll find the TLDR (too long didn't read) version of how to succeed as a millennial in the workplace in today's workforce. As an added bonus, you'll receive access to five video trainings. You'll learn how to use the platform to grow your network, improve your personal brand, and grow your authority.

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Millennial Workforce Survival Guide

Learn the exact strategies I used to go from making $35k to $80k without a college degree and how I found clarity in my career along the way.

Adulting can be a struggle.


Between what we think we're supposed to be, what we want to be, and what society tells us to be, it can be easy to feel stuck.

Stuck with a job you don't love, a career that fails to stimulate your mind, and coworkers who aren't inspired by change.


Spoiler alert: Life doesn't have to be this way.


Do you wonder how some people seem to navigate the workforce so easily?


Do your job search and networking strategy need a revamp?


Do you dream of one day negotiating for the salary you know you deserve?


When I first entered the workforce, I had never even heard of someone negotiating their salary. Well, at least not someone my age with my skillset. I had worked in retail and customer services. Every employee is paid equally in these roles, right? Wrong.


As a community college dropout, I figured I was lucky to have a job in the first place, let alone in one of the toughest job markets in the country. Living in New York City and putting in 60+ hour work weeks, I started to desire flexibility in my professional career but didn’t know how to navigate my way. At 22, I felt burnt out.


I wanted a job with better opportunities, but I wanted to work in a new industry.

I wanted to put in the work, but I also wanted to be treated and paid fairly.

I felt lost, hopeless, with skills that held little value.


After years of trying to navigate the workforce on my own, I finally learned what strategies are and aren’t working in 2017.


Seeing how lost so many others felt, I started coaching other women on how to negotiate a salary, how to use Linkedin to attract jobs, how to find their first freelance clients, how to navigate difficult career choices, and how to find remote work.


Working 1:1 with clients, I noticed some major problems...

  • Most people don’t know how to negotiate a salary, and many people are underpaid

  • Most people enter their job search blind, with no idea where to start

  • Most advice given to job seekers and students is bad or outdated

  • Job seekers aren’t able to articulate their skillset and aren’t getting past resume screenings

  • Most job seekers don’t know where to find high-quality jobs and where the job market is heading

  • Job seekers aren’t even using the full depth of the technology the internet has to offer when it comes to growing their brand, networking, and finding incredible opportunities

  • Most people think they have to wait years working at the same job for a pay raise

  • There’s a lack of understanding of what hiring managers and clients want and how to get their attention


Despite these common issues and my lack of a college degree, I managed to land dozens of incredible job offers at in-demand companies in competitive job markets such as New York City and Los Angeles.


I was able to go from making $9.50 an hour working in retail, to landing my first salaried offer at $35k, doubling my salary in six months, and now I receive job offers in the 80-90k range.


Ever since achieving these results, I can’t stop talking about professional development, Linkedin, and it’s importance to job seekers and professionals worldwide.


These days it’s the number one thing people ask me about, and now I’m here to teach you what I’ve learned.


I cracked the code on attracting recruiters, getting higher paying job offers, negotiating a salary, and developing a strong personal brand. I’m here to show you how it all works.

Now I coach people how to gain ownership of their career and future.


Finding a job you love using doesn’t have to take a decade. You just need a simple strategy. This is why I created my Millennial Workforce Survival Guide.


Working for both large and small startups, I know exactly what companies are looking for, where they look for you, and most importantly, let’s be serious -- how much they’re willing to pay you.


I’ve been able to navigate my way from community college dropout, to 2.5x my salary, to working full-time as a freelancer. If you want to find more confidence and control in your career, this is for you.


I’ll be honest, none of this is that difficult. You just need the right plan.

Through the strategies I share with you in this book, you'll learn how:

  • I opened the doors to write for Elite Daily, Thought Catalog, Paleohacks, xoJane, and The Well.

  • I was featured on Refinery29, Levo, FitSmallBiz as well as being featured on Sirius Radio and local news stations.

  • I’ve built a successful career in marketing + career coaching.

  • I receive daily client and freelance leads through Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin.


I decided to package all of the tips, tricks, and tools I picked up over the years into one convenient book. Inside my Millennial Workforce Survival Guide, I will show you EXACTLY how to grow your personal brand, build your network, and get paid what you’re worth.


Here’s a preview of what you can expect to learn when you read my Millennial Workforce Guide:

Chapter 1:

Important mindset shifts you need to thrive in today's workforce

  • The employee mindset

  • How to shift your mindset to get unstuck

  • How to reframe the way you think about time

  • How to stop relying on other people

  • How to make shit happen for yourself

Chapter 2:

Simple habits to adapt for long-term success in your career

  • Habits to implement in your daily routine

  • How to set personal and professional goals

  • My secret to figuring out the skills in demand in your industry

  • How to take advantage of your time

  • How to stand out as an employee

Chapter 3:

How to use technology to enhance your productivity and career

  • Top programs and apps you need to know to attract job in the tech industry

  • Tips for reducing distractions in a notification and tech-heavy world

  • How to avoid online distractions

Chapter 4:

Simple habits to adapt for long-term success in your career

  • Why you need a Skype number

  • Why and how to keep an updated resume at all times

Chapter 5:

Top technology tips you should know to thrive in today’s workforce

  • The easiest and cheapest way to learn coding, development, and graphic design

  • How to advance your skill set without going back to college

  • The technology and tools employers want you to know if you plan on working remotely

  • Where to find remote work

Chapter 6:

Top email tips in today’s inbox happy world

  • My tips for keeping a clean inbox

  • My favorite newsletters for career and professional development

  • A quick way to unsubscribe from tons of email lists and newsletters in a few clicks

  • How to make inbox 0 an expectation, not an accomplishment

Chapter 7:

Blogs, social media, and growing your personal brand

  • How to develop an online footprint

  • How to create a simple website for yourself

  • What tools to use to make a website, build an email list, and design your own graphic

  • Why you need a domain and where to buy one

  • How to develop your professional portfolio

Chapter 8:

My favorite features on Linkedin and how to capitalize on them

  • My tips for adding and accepting new connections on Linkedin

  • 10 mistakes people make on Linkedin and how to avoid them

  • How to attract freelance leads and clients with Linkedin

  • A freelance platform that’s being underutilized

  • How to cold pitch clients on Linkedin

Chapter 9

Hack your career and brand with Linkedin

  • How to network and engage on Linkedin

  • Why you should keep an updated profile

  • The benefits of publishing on the Linkedin platform

  • How to job search on Linkedin  without your coworkers and boss finding out

Chapter 10

Top ways people sabotage their job search and what to avoid

  • How to stop underselling yourself

  • How to gain confidence in your skill set and experience

  • How to be a better networker

  • My favorite places to network online

  • How to get systematized and save time while job hunting

Chapter 11:

How to prep for an effective job search

  • How to research a company, their culture, and pay scale

  • How to define our workplace needs

  • How to show off your skills effectively

  • How and why to track your job hunt

  • How  to leverage your network when job hunting

Chapter 12:

How to negotiate your salary when you hate talking about money

  • How to research your salary and set proper expectations

  • How to use Glassdoor as a tool when job hunting

  • Exact verbiage to say when negotiating a salary

  • Other things you can negotiate, besides just cash