Monthly archive September, 2013
Employer Opinions Wanted: How Would You Respond to Getting This? (With a Cover Letter & Resume)

Employer Opinions Wanted: How Would You Respond to Getting This? (With a Cover Letter & Resume)

We’re always looking for creative ways to showcase a job applicant’s core talents and abilities.  There are many examples of how very creative people craft a visually appealing resume.  But what about the rest of us who aren’t that creative? I have an idea for how to briefly present yourself visually to an employer –... ...Continue Reading
Why You Need More than "Just a Resume"

Why You Need More than “Just a Resume”

A prospective client wrote that she just needs a resume and doesn’t understand why I told her about my process for developing a resume.   I can hear her saying to herself “why do I need to spend 5 to 10 hours on this? Can’t she just rewrite what I already have?” And behind this... ...Continue Reading
How to Get a Job:  The ABC's of Job Search

How to Get a Job: The ABC’s of Job Search

When I was 16, my parents told me to get a job. I had not a clue about how to do that. There was no internet then so I couldn’t look up how to get a job. I suppose I could have asked the school Guidance Counselor but it didn’t occur to me to ask... ...Continue Reading
Be in Action to Find Your "Right Fit" Job

Be in Action to Find Your “Right Fit” Job

“Leave no stone unturned” is the usual rule for a successful job search. Being in action is what works for you to find a job.  Stop searching and start finding by being out and about, visible, engaging, asking people to help you reach your goal, and applying for “right fit” jobs. I urge my clients... ...Continue Reading