It's not what you know, it's who you know.
The Office Prep Journal allows you to:
Grow your professional network.
Meet the decision makers and insiders at the companies you want to work for.
Develop a strategic networking routine.
Speed up success in your job hunt.
Take a look inside the journal.
Why use the journal?
With a saturated job market the traditional application process has proven to be useless to those without a strong professional network. The Office Prep Journal instructs you how to prepare for each meeting and helps you develop a networking routine.
Studies have shown that a proper routine leads to positive behavioral change.
The routine is quite simple. Pledge to reach out to one person each day. Just one. Think how many people you talk to on a daily basis whether it’s via text, email, or even the barista at your favorite coffee shop. Now just add one strategic contact to correspond with using the journal.
The daily templates layout a game plan for the week. At the end of the six day cycle (we give you a day off) there will be a “Week In Review” section where you will review your progress.
The final section offers a place for your to record your meeting notes.
Why is it not digital?
We've made the Office Prep Journal a physical product because writing things down on paper leads to a stronger and more effective routine.
There are so many apps, e-books, and websites out there today that it's all becomes a burden. Writing in a journal is relaxing, traditional, and methodological.
How long is the journal?
There are 180 networking days available, accompanied by 26 pages of the "Week In Review" section after every 6 day cycle; and 92 pages of meeting notes.
What happens when I complete it?
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll give you instructions on how to receive a discount on your next one!
Where is the journal made?
We've worked hard to make sure the entire production process from material sourcing, distribution channels, and printeries were all in the United States. We're proud to note that the journal is made entirely in the United States.