Hello! Last Monday, I was let go from my role in product management. Opening up about this last week as I shared on LinkedIn felt emotionally difficult. Today, it's Monday again. With the kind words of encouragement, a perspective of understanding from seniors, and a good cry... I'm attempting to hit the ground running from today onward!

#Ask I want to reach out to folks here on Elpha, too. If you can spread my message (reshare, react, or comment on my LinkedIn Post), or know someone who is hiring - I am open for work! I am interested in entry-level product management, associate product manager/product manager or product operations or product specialist, and technical product owner/manager roles. My superpower is a deep level of customer empathy, I’m intellectually curious and a visionary.My previous experiences include legal tech, social impact/justice, and health tech which includes working cross-functionally with a global team to launch a health-tech product in 10 weeks. I am extremely hard working, can pick up new skills very quickly, am empathetic, have a tech background and I am resilient...

#Offer After completing my 10-week program at PMDojo last year. I spent over 12 months interviewing with over 60 different companies getting to the final rounds for about 15 of them. I'm more than happy to offer a resume review, mock interview practice, connections to my network on Linkedin (Software Engineer + Product) or just be here for you down your career search.

Hi @tiffanylo! If you're having any challenges with job searching, here are a few job search best practices I'd consider:- Determine what support system you have in place to help you be effective throughout your job search -- Most people feel they have to go it alone and end up guessing where to spend their time versus leveraging a coach, mentor, peer or other tools and resources to be strategic- Most importantly is understanding how/where to spend your time wisely -- its not all about the online apps but networking is a critical component, as well as balancing some time for other key activities in job search (virtual events, thought leadership, research, reflection, etc)- Determine your accountability plan to make sure you're staying on top of your goals & staying organized- Reflect on how things are going on a weekly basis to iterate & improve your approach and thus your outcomes-Be sure not to approach the job in a transactional, check-the-box sort of way -- see networking and interviews as a mirror into the job you would land and an opportunity for two-way assessment of fit- Consider how many roles/industries you're applying to-- this may be a sign that you'd want to take a step back and pursue career exploration to clarify your ideal fit direction; career clarity will help make your search more efficient, targeted, and effective- Don't ignore your self care to ensure your mindset is staying resilient during your search Additionally, I’m linking a blog on the exercises you can do each week to reflect and assess your job search so that you can strengthen your approach to more efficiently landing a fitting role —, I’m Rachel, a Career Coach. I’d be happy to discuss this further if you want to hop on a call -- check my profile for how to book time with me. I’m here to help! Talk soon!