Post Date: January 23rd, 2019

How to sell your top skills at any age

Older clients tell me their age is getting in the way of career success. Interestingly, younger clients tell me the same thing. When you’re not getting callbacks you have to consider whether age is a factor. Before you do, consider that there may be other factors at play that are reducing your job prospects. There […]

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Post Date: December 18th, 2017

Your Resume. How it’s made.

A week. It takes me a week to write a robust resume tailored to you. Every client project I take on takes 40 hours of my attention to complete. Let me tell you why… What is taking so long? Before we begin working together, I have my work cut out for me. Nobody knows you […]

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Post Date: September 22nd, 2017

What is a career worth?

  Can you afford to? Can you afford not to? When it comes to something as important as your career is there value in hiring a certified career professional? Yes. Let’s look at it simply from a numbers perspective: Say a person is making $100,000 annually and suddenly loses their job. That’s a fair salary, […]

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Post Date: April 27th, 2016

What every executive should know about their résumé. How to stand out in a competitive market

As an executive career strategist, I have seen tens of thousands of résumés; many look very similar to one another. In fact, prior to my role as senior career consultant with ProMotion Career Solutions, I played a pivotal role in making hiring decisions for a small organization. Most of the résumés I received looked the same. Most […]

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Post Date: April 5th, 2016

What to do when you outgrow your job

The idea of looking for a new job can be overwhelming. I mean, there isn’t anything wrong with the old job. Then it hits you… now that you think about it, there are a few things that have been bothering you. Sure, you were thrilled to receive the post-interview callback when you got this gig, […]

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Post Date: February 2nd, 2016

Create your career story in minutes

There isn’t anyone you couldn’t love – once you’ve heard their story.” Mary Lou Kownacki, Author Storytelling was taught in school. When asked to write stories as second-graders, we remember having to answer the traditional questions: who, what, where, when, why and how. As a tribute to our second-grade teachers, here is an outline of the story […]

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Post Date: June 21st, 2013

Can you just have a quick look at my resume?

No less than three times a week someone will ask me to have a “quick look” at their resume or Linkedin profile.* This week a family member asked me to do just that. After a quick glance at his resume, I was reminded that he, like so many others missed a few important steps. I […]

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Post Date: May 3rd, 2013

What is Value Proposition?

Value Proposition isn’t difficult to understand if you take a few moments to think about things from the other guy’s perspective. If you’re not sure how value proposition relates to your job search, think of it like this: Imagine an employer has a role to fill. That employer will identify a number of things (talents, skills, […]

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Post Date: October 5th, 2012

Resume Writers’ Insider Tip: Give the People What They Want

Resume Writers’ Insider Tip: Applying to Jobs is Hard Work. There was a very interesting post that came out last week entitled “50 JOB SEARCH TIPS FROM RECRUITERS” and it did just what the title inferred. It was informative and helpful. After sharing the post with my twitter followers, I was inspired to write this […]

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Post Date: June 8th, 2012

Resume Writer’s Insider Tip: Value Proposition

There are plenty of great resources available to help job seekers write their value proposition. Today I’m sharing the strategy I use when I create a value proposition for almost any client. Value propositions are important because you’ll use it in your resume, your networking, and your interviews. It is the answer to the question: […]

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