Posted on

Career Coaching Questions Answered On Networking, Interviewing, Career Change and More – Radio Show

Listen to internet radio with SixFigureStart on Blog Talk Radio

In this episode of the SixFigureStart Career Coaching Radio Show, we answered questions on networking, interviewing, marketing and more:

Earnestine asks: What do you do when you make a contact with someone you know in an effort to Network, but get no response?

Tricia asks: How do I find a job with a good work-life balance in an industry/profession known for long work hours? And how do you relay in an interview that you are not able to work a 60 hour work week but still are a dedicated, hard working employee?

Lisa asks: Here’s the thing. I can answer interview questions, and I can get a job I don’t want. Of course, at this point, selling myself for a job I don’t want feels like a charade…how can I take my past career as a six-figure business and technology consultant, and start a new career really doing what I love?

Kathy asks: I have 16 years experience …and voluntarily pulled back from full-time employment in 2006 for family reasons…I used the last six years to acquire tech skills, [work on projects]…There are no gaps in employment and I’d like to keep the same career…. How much do I disclose in a cover letter and interview that simultaneously explains all of these departures/transitions and still presents me as a viable, stable and non-litigious candidate, without being negative or evoking sympathy?

Jose asks:  How can I generate more interviews for executive positions (VP or Director level)? I have a very professional resume and cover letter. I use Linkedin premium and the Ladders. I use networking. I have contacted several head hunters.

Thanks to everyone who submitted questions. If you would like to see your question answered on a future episode, email us at