How An Older Skilled Worker Can Create A 30/60/90 Job Search Plan

“How is your job search going?” If you are like a lot of people who are looking for a job…

  • You spend hours and hours trying to guess what you will be asked in the interview.
  • The interview feels like an interrogation under hot lights making you sweat.
  • You get ‘Dear John’ letters from the Human Resources department wishing you well.

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So What Is The 30/60/90 Day Sales Plan?

If you have been in sales for any length of time, or if you have done any amount of research on interviewing for sales jobs, you may have already heard of the 30/60/90 day sales plan. There has been a fair amount of attention devoted to it in various forums and blogs on the internet.

Simply put, the 30/60/90 day sales plan is an action plan of what you will do as an employee in the company (where you are interviewing) in your first 90 days. It is broken down into 30 day sections.
There is nothing overly complicated about the ‘components’ of the plan. It is not hard to create one, in fact it is simple to understand how to put the plan together, even if you are just looking at an outline.

BUT what makes my plan different is that you are getting the outline, the template from a person that has developed it over years and years. I’ve tweaked the plan and improved it so that it does an unbelievably good job of getting people job offers.

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  7 comments for “How An Older Skilled Worker Can Create A 30/60/90 Job Search Plan

  1. February 15, 2012 at 11:50 am

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  2. Norm Wakeland
    April 30, 2012 at 6:37 pm

    Read the book The First 90 Days: Critical Success Strategies for New Leaders at All Levels [Hardcover] Michael Watkins (Author. This book will walk you through the steps of creating a 90 day plan.

  3. AlanT
    July 10, 2013 at 7:32 am

    Why is it that every article I read about finding a job and interviewing for that job the answer is related to sales and or some executive level job. I’m no executive nor am I a sales person. I’m a blue collar worker trying to find a blue collar job and the interviewing questions are markedly different that that of white collar jobs.

    Will someone please write an article about the interview process for blue collar workers.

  4. Toni M
    May 5, 2014 at 11:16 am

    I agree with AlanT,
    That is the same thing I find as well. Plus! when I go to job search sites, and enter my criteria, I am then inundated with available positions in Sales and Marketing. My field is Information Technology, Systems Administrator, Tehnical Help Desk.

  5. Kevin
    August 13, 2014 at 5:15 pm

    I am 55 and seeking a new career. I have an industrial technology degree but have not been employed in my field for over 20 years. I would like to go back to college to get updated and am getting voc rehab due to illness last winter. I would to go into sustainability or 3D printing. But we live in rural Iowa where there is not for jobs at all.

  6. Pastor Nicole S. Spray
    August 31, 2014 at 5:42 am

    Most excited. Vintage d 62, retired walking Entitlement Check I am most blessed to have your “I Know” to guide me. Return to school to gps my A+ Certification. Telecommuter as IT Help Desk would be the ideal solution to disparity w/o opportunity.

    Now? Battle of “How to overcome age issues” is most appreciated. Though, highly experienced I know what awaits. Again, thank ya and look forward to your wisdom. Blessed in grace. Amen.

  7. Alan T
    September 4, 2014 at 2:54 pm

    Here it is more than a year later and there have been no blue collar interview articles. My take is blue collar workers are not interesting enough to make a stab at it. No writer has enough know how to formulate an idea about how to write such an article.
    Such a sad state of affairs we are in regarding literacy and the working man.

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