You’ve had a stellar career and have always gotten jobs through personal connections and headhunters. It means that you didn’t need a resume – until now. These resume tips will keep you on the right track.
A highly effective summary on your LinkedIn profile is critical. How does yours stack up? Follow my rules to make it ultra click-worthy.
Have you been neglecting your LinkedIn profile? You’re probably missing out on more job opportunities than you realise.
I find most material by Tony Robbins quite cheesy. However, in this interview with Tim Ferris he surprised me by offering cool insights into how results-oriented people can hit even higher levels of performance.
Five years ago you could get past the interview stage by rote-learning cliched answers to 20-30 standard questions such as “so, why are you applying for the job?”. Doing that today is a huge mistake.
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In 2015, the best job opportunities will go to candidates who think beyond resumes and begin to think in terms of discovering and building their personal brand.
A professional resume is a great start, however to be ultra-competitive you must be wrestling with questions such as: is your online presence sufficient? What do you stand for? How do you assemble all of your personal brand elements into a cohesive strategy which will drive your career goals? Those are questions I can help you answer.