Accomplishments demonstrate your skills and experience. It’s one thing to claim you can do something — it’s another to prove you’ve done it. When collecting accomplishments for a job search, consider the key areas of competency required for success in the position you are seeking. What are the key components of your job? You should… [Read More]
“10 Simple Things To Help Me Help You” When you make the decision to hire a professional résumé writer, you’re not only investing your time and money, but you’re also entrusting me to articulate your personal brand and shape how you’ll position yourself in your job search. I take this responsibility very seriously, and am… [Read More]
Recently, my wife and I were being helped at our local wireless store when approximately six to eight customers entered the store within five minutes of each other. You could see the look of disgust on some customers faces as they knew they were going to have quite a wait in order to be helped… [Read More]
Chances are at some point you have heard the proverb “Don’t sweat the small stuff.” “Don’t sweat the small stuff” is a colloquialism that means that we shouldn’t get all upset about small things in life that don’t really matter and that only serve to aggravate us. There is even a book that has sold… [Read More]
If you have ever wondered why you should use a professional résumé writer, the next three minutes could change your life.
Myth 1: My résumé can’t be longer than one page The one-page rule is probably the most common résumé myth. Candidates, even executives, use minuscule fonts, omit important information, use reduced margins, and resort to countless unhealthy practices — all in an attempt to restrict their résumé to just one page. Many well-meaning college counselors… [Read More]