- Write your resume for the audience that will receive and review your resume
- Build your resume so it can be visually scanned and understood in a matter of seconds. Specifically, 5 to 15 seconds.
- Write your resume so nobody who reads it has to interpret anything. If you are a technology professional, can a CIO understand your resume? How about the Head of Legal? The Chief Risk Officer? The Head of Human Resources? The CFO?, The Controller?
- Stop writing resumes that are written in keywords and buzzwords that nobody outside of your profession can understand.
- Write your resume in bite-sized pieces. Give your text room to breathe. How about some white space between topics?
- I teach my clients how to create a resume that will speak to any audience it lands in front of.
- I teach my clients how to write in business English.
- I teach my clients a resume writing methodology that opens doors.
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