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To get hired for your next job or closing that client deal to make your monthly numbers relies on doing the homework that accomplishes what smart, business professionals do;  know your target audienceCrucial clues to knowing your audience for creating win-win-win opportunities are shared by ETP Founder Rod Colon, with the chart below.
To get what you want you must give your target market what they want.  What motivates them? What makes them tick? What are their interests?  What are the hot buttons to get potential clients or employers into “I’m buying what you’re selling YES mode”.  These are questions to answer before the job interview or business meeting.
Generations and Job Preferences
Baby Boomers
Generation X
Generation Y
Loyal and Willing To Work Any Schedule
9-5 and Extra Hours
Have a Life After 5pm
Flexible Work Schedules
Following the Rules
Enjoy Competition
Multi tasking
Technologically Savvy
No News is Good News
Weekly Communication
Constant Feedback
Positive Communication
Long-Term Careers
Politically Correct Organizations
Need to be Challenged
Own Boss Inside Team Environment
Acknowledgement of Long-Term Achievements
Salary/Monetary Rewards
Opportunity for Advancement
Training Opportunities
Seriously consider the motivating factors for the age group of the person you will meet. This will make all the difference to make a common connection with him / her, OR NOT.
  • Traditionalists: Persons born between 1922 and 1945
  • Baby Boomers: Persons born between 1946 and 1964
  • Generation X-ers: Persons born between 1965 and 1980
  • Generation Y:-ers: Persons born after 1980
Further reading: eHow™ Money Definition of Multigenerational Conflict

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