Covering Your Cover Letter

If your resume is the first impression the employer has of you, then the first impression of your first impression is your cover letter. Whether it is a formal document sent with your resume or how you write the email that delivers your resume, a cover letter, in any form, is still a vital part […]

What is Your Brand?

Movie studios will spend an average $50M per movie for this. Companies like Apple, Pfizer, and Wal-Mart spend an average 5% to 7% expected annual revenue for this. It is just as important to a company as it is to you personally. Do you know what it is? It’s branding. In the business world it […]

Successful Job Searching: Planning is Everything

Since we will spend nearly one third of our lives at our job, it is easy to understand why our career can be either one of the greatest sources of life satisfaction and happiness, or a source of unhappiness, stress, frustration, and even illness. With the stakes so high, it doesn’t make sense to put less […]

Mind the Gap: How to Address Gaps on a Resume

A professional resume writer has several tricks up his/her sleeve to address potential red flags that might appear on your resume, CV, or LinkedIn profile – these include employment gaps on a resume. An effective resume should always put you in the best light, be honest and accurate, yet grey out areas that might appear […]

New Year, New Team, & Putting More Job Seekers to Work

As a consultant, strategic advisor, and creative partner to my clients, my work is all about helping them construct and design an impactful story around their professional journey, and the unique value they bring to the table. My goal was always to help as many people as possible – and in 2015, that goal was […]

3 Tips to Make Your Resume Stand Out

WATCH: 3 Easy Ways to Upgrade Your Resume  |  via SkilledUp I recently did a video segment with skill building and learning website, Skilled Up, where we discussed 3 key ways you can strengthen your resume and make it stand out – tips that go beyond all the noise you’re used to seeing in career articles. […]