About Career Hacks

Are you stuck in a rut?

Do you feel that you are more than what you have reached so far?

Do you suffer from “career-helplessness” where there is no-one to guide you?

Well, if you answer “yes” to any or all of the questions above, you are at right place.

Our mission is to help you come out of the rut and create the career you always wanted. Click To Tweet

Here’s how we can help –

98% of our material would be free of charge. Rest would be paid material that we will create on the feedback we get from you. You can also use our services if you feel we can be of help to you.

On this website, you will learn mostly about 5 things –

Self-Reliance in Career 

How can you take charge and learn to be the best version of yourself?

Career-Building Resources

98% of all materials/resources in Career Hacks are free. If you are interested, you can check out our paid services and material.

Psychology and Philosophy behind Career Success

Graphology is one of the most adorable empirical sciences we will use in all our consulting and coaching that we do with clients.

Skill acquisition

Career Hacks will help you build skills step by step.


We will also teach you the art of communication through which you can revolutionize your career and life.

We are a small team of evangelists, business artists, copywriters and career enthusiasts. If we are able to serve you get ahead in your career, we would always be grateful for the opportunity.

Here’s a bit about our founder –

Sayantan is passionate about helping people reach their next level. With 8+ years of experience in both corporate and freelancing, Sayantan has coached & consulted hundreds of people and written for various companies. He has written 20+ books and is an MBA in Human Resources, an NLP Practitioner, and a Graphologist.

“Career Hacks” is his brain-child. And his mission is to help people raise their standards and find their best selves.

Other than working, he loves to sing, write poetry and read.

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