resume. Wednesday , September 20th , 2017 - 15:34:05 PM
As most of you know, Im a strong advocate of everyone having an updated resume and bio. It prevents you from being placed in the embarrassing situation of being asked to shoot me over your current resume and having to say you dont have one or lying and scrambling to create something. The bonus of this discipline is you are forced to reevaluate your job and career on a regular basis as well as update the documents format to meet ever-changing standards. When it comes to biographies, everyone should have three versions very short (often preferred by media outlets), mid-size (good as an introduction when youre an invited speaker), and finally a full pager that gives many of the current facts and delves a little into how you got to where you are now and what your contributions have been.
Number Four: Sell Yourself! Your resume is your personal advertisement and yet it's amazing how many people fail to treat it this way. Think about how an ad copy professional would write your resume if it were their job to sell you to a hiring manager. Instead of listing your previous job title as, "Account Representative," they might write "Outstanding Account Representative who prides himself on providing detailed customer service and timely responses for a complete customer experience." See the difference?
Hopefully, youll see that when making a career change, you need to do some heavy lifting to move you toward something meaningful. It is way more than simply updating your resume. Many people dont know what steps to take and muddle their way through life not happy with their career/job. The actions arent hard or difficult and the outcome is well worth the effort.
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