I’ve never blogged about it—so it’s about time—but I do professional resumes.
It’s been a few years now, with business growing by word of mouth through happy clients. Got to love that. Telling, too, don’t you think?
My latest feedback? Cover your ears if you’re sensitive to language:
“This resume is f*cking awesome!” — Jennifer, California
For more testimonials, and additional detail, visit my Resumes & Workdays webpage devoted to these services.
So I’m working to build my brand and broaden my reach, and am also writing a resume coaching ebook. Stay tuned for more about that!
In the meantime, here’s a taste. Three easy rules to your approach, if you tackle writing your resume yourself.
- Be authentic. Only share stuff that’s absolutely true at its core, even (or especially) when you’re using impressive language.
- Err on the side of too much confidence, rather than humility. This won’t work against you as long as you stick to rule #1.
- Pay close — and I mean close — attention to formatting.
Still overwhelmed? Or just flat dread the idea of writing your own resume? Contact me for help. My services are quick and professional, my assessments are spot-on, and you won’t be disappointed.