Law of Attraction Principles
in Your Career Search
If you’re looking at Landing Your Dream Job, this book is for YOU! As a top professional recruiter, Betty gives “insider information” on how to accelerate your process–how to plan, prepare and execute your search.
~ Anthony Rudolf, Sales & Marketing Executive (NJ)
This book is a powerful tool... it brings timely information in these economic times. It is laser-focused and written with great professional insight, along with a little humor to make it interesting. Betty is a consummate professional and one who is passionate about both her candidates and clients. I strongly recommend this information to anyone serious about making the right move in their career.
~ Carl Davidson, President, Davidson Consulting Group LLC
Betty Motsenbocker is transforming the world of career management–one chapter at a time. By looking outside of the box, Betty’s work incorporates cutting edge principles. I have benefited from her guidance over the years and recommend you take the next step to realizing your dreams.
~ Sara Liftman, Sr. Market Strategist & Risk Consultant (OH)
“Betty Motsenbocker has placed hundreds of people in jobs—because of what she enabled them to do with their resumes and their interviewing skills. This book is the resource that you need to get the job you want and deserve. It offers more than any treatise published on this subject, past or present.’’
Chairman Emeritus, Management Recruiters International
“Even if you are not contemplating a current career change, this book will assist you in knowing yourself, surfacing your professional passions, and increasing your confidence. If you are a hiring manager this book is an excellent resource to help you improve your hiring process to narrow your search for the best, most prepared candidates who will contribute to your success. I’ve known Betty for many years. As a candidate I have personally benefitted from her wisdom, exacting preparation drills, and guidance. I am thrilled that she is making this wisdom available to everyone.”
—Christina Hirsch, Sales Executive (CA)
“I recommend this book to anyone that is serious about their professional future: Betty’s on-target complete guide will help you get that job you never dreamt possible—that it is within your reach. She teaches you that building trust with her candidates and clients has helped her get the answers to questions most recruiters don’t have. Betty helped me prepare far beyond the basic 10-question list by understanding Behavioral Questions that may be asked as well as making sure I was a cultural fit. Her follow-through throughout the process is 2nd to none throughout the whole interview process; it is a skill that Betty has turned into an art form.”
—Tomas Lepp, Strategic Sales Director (FL)
Each path has its hurdles and obstacles. Life challenges us daily, with one test over the other.
That's why these parents decide to give their children a few advice and words and fill a small notebook with a number of ideas that could not be more human.
"How life is so diverse! We don't know whether it will be enough. If only one set of it could benefit you, it would be alright.”
“Many of us in the church (including clergy) feel we have more in common with the ‘spiritual but not religious’ than we have with lots of church folks these days. We are just as spiritually hungry and thirsty as ever, but we’re open to finding God in surprising places and spaces . . . including ‘secular’ ones. This beautifully written book is all about that phenomenon. I think you’re going to love it.” —Brian D. McLaren, author/speaker, brianmclaren.net
“Be prepared to hear contemporary stories akin to the Apostle Peter discovering God in an ‘outsider’—Cornelius—in twenty-first–century urban America. This book is a jewel from two missional church practitioners in The United Methodist Church. It offers wisdom, vision, creativity, and humility that will mark the gospel-bearing church of the future. I highly recommend The Sacred Secular to pastors, church planters, and laity who want their congregations to know how to develop culturally connected faith communities in our rapidly changing world.” —Elaine A. Heath, Dean, Duke Divinity School, Duke University, Durham, NC