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Does your resume capture who you are?

Does your resume capture who you are?

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Does your resume capture who you are?

How do you make your resume capture your value? When I begin work with clients, often the existing resume is a plain Jane resume that says little about them and often fits on one page. Others are two pages but fail to elaborate on the accomplishments they achieved or even the contributions they bring to the table.

Working with me either in-person or via video technology allows the client to talk through their career. I ask pointed questions to pinpoint those accomplishments and suddenly their resume goes from boring to WOW!

When you realize your value

I can hear it in their voice as they discover their value and understand that see the resume capture so much more than a listing of duties. As we create a show-stopping impact with their layout, they suddenly feel hope that transforms their voice and I can hear their smile and excitement.

People ask me why I became a resume writer and why I continue. The reason is simple, I help people create a resume to capture their value to find success in their job search.

The stories of “Yay! I did!” make my day. I delight in hearing they found exactly what they wanted. Moreover, they are now being paid at the rate they only dreamed of previously.

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Land your next role! I am the pioneer of unique resume writing services and strategy. I use interactive live writing and coaching sessions to capture your value. This positions you for success in your resume, on LinkedIn, and throughout your job search. I help bring out your passion and stories to dig deep into your experiences with you. Learn more here

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