Self-Marketing 101: How to Effectively Market Yourself With Your Resume, Cover Letter, and Interviewing - Workbook
Self-Marketing 101: How to Effectively Market Yourself With Your Resume, Cover Letter, and Interviewing - Workbook

Excerpt: A resume is more than just a resume, it is a direct reflection of you. When writing yours, keep in mind what you think people need to know in order to form a favorable impression of you. A well-written resume is a like a detailed map of not only where you have been, but also where you want to go. The reader must be able to clearly see why you are headed in a particular career direction. Resume literally means “summary.” Contrary to popular belief, resumes are not meant to tell your life story. In fact, it should be an abbreviated history of what you have done that is related to the position you seek. The purpose of the resume is a sales/marketing tool— a paper “picture” of you— highlighting your work experience, education, and skills. A resume should stress the positive and downplay the negative. You do not write one to tell your work history, but to sell your work history.

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Career Ecstasy:  Do Work You Love & Get Paid What You Are Worth -ebook only
Career Ecstasy: Do Work You Love & Get Paid What You Are Worth -ebook only

If you ever have felt the agony of a good paying position that was sucking the very life out of you OR loving what you do but barely scraping by, then you will want to read this comprehensive guide that will teach you the exact steps to take to discover the work that makes your heart sing. Chock full of experiential exercises designed to bring clarity and confidence to your ideal career position. This is the only career guidance book that you will need that will take you 20 years into a bright and prosperous future. Written by a renown purpose and career coach, Career Ecstasy introduces the idea that you can LOVE what you do with passion and purpose while enjoying an abundant lifestyle.

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