Your resume needs to convey who you are (your career identify) and your unique value proposition by showcasing what sets you apart from other individuals in the same sphere of influence.
Take the first step by defining your goals.
Always be on the lookout for ways to turn a problem into an opportunity for success.
35% of the employees surveyed said their friends have steered them in the wrong direction when it comes to their careers - See more at: http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/9921-friends-family-career-advice.html
Fear, frustration, and anxiety are all common reactions to a job search ... In a 2015 AARP survey, 45% of jobseekers received some type of help during their job search.
A successful job search requires a strategy and a plan of action to get your resume into the hands of the right people. Here are the Top 5 Job Search Strategies for Mid-Manager & Senior Executives. http://tinyurl.com/lhh3tmz
Transition Strategy article for Senior Executives -- https://www.bluesteps.com/blog/career-transition-advice-for-senior-executives.aspx
Are you uncomfortable? unhappy? or unfilled in your career? This could be a sign that it is time to move forward. #MondayMotivation #BreakthroughResumes
Changing jobs is one of life's "top 10" stress inducers. Take some time and work through your emotions. On the other side, could be a miracle. It was for me. #lovemyjob #breakthroughresumes
Here are 6 great reasons to always have an updated resume. http://breakthroughresumes.com/reasons-to-update-your-resume-now/
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