Is Your Resume Yeah or Nae?

Check yeah or naw about your Job-Winning Resume

_____ Do you know the old versus the necessary parts of a job-winning resume?

_____Is your resume crafted in a way that showcases relevant problem-solving and pain-killing strategies that you have mastered to be helpful to the employer?

_____ Does your present resume give more than a career history or job description?

_____ Has your resume maximized your visual appeal for the civilian job market?

_____ Is your federal resume based on your past skills and experience-laden?

_____ Does your resume present data that is trim, lean, mean, and succinct?

_____ Does it display an upwardly mobile, relevant, and social media conscious job seeker?

____ Is it tailored for the job/career that you want?

Tell me how you have used your job-winning resume to showcase your unique marketing message? What strategy did you use? Did you secure an interview. YEAH For you. If not, join us for class!

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Debra Ann Matthews accepted into Forbes Coaches Council

Debra Ann Matthews of Let Me Write It for You: Job-Winning Resumes and Business Services accepted into Forbes Coaches Council

Debra Ann Matthews of Let Me Write It for You: Job-Winning Resume and Business Services, a resume and business writing and training company based in Clarksville, Tennessee, has been accepted into the Forbes Coaches Council, an invitation-only community for leading business and career coaches.

Debra Ann Matthews joins other Forbes Coaches Council members, who are hand-selected, to become part of a curated network of successful peers and get access to a variety of exclusive benefits and resources, including the opportunity to submit thought leadership articles and short tips on industry-related topics for publishing on

Forbes Councils combines an innovative, high-touch approach to community management perfected by the team behind Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) with the extensive resources and global reach of Forbes. As a result, Forbes Council members get access to the people, benefits and expertise they need to grow their businesses — and a dedicated member concierge who acts as an extension of their own team, providing personalized one-on-one support.

Debra Ann who has an exciting, passionate delivery when helping her clients from military veterans, spouses, youth as well as mid-level professionals and small business owners is beyond thrilled to join a community of like-minded professionals who share their expert opinions to help job seekers and career changers activate the job market. This wonderful community of colleagues will continue to help organizations, schools, and businesses train and motivate all persons needing to interview, relocate for employment options and just master the world of work.

Scott Gerber, founder of Forbes Councils, says, “We are honored to welcome Debra Ann into the community. Our mission with Forbes Councils is to curate successful professionals from every industry, creating a vetted, social capital-driven network that helps every member make an even greater impact on the business world.”

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Let’s Help Get Your Resume Shining ! Free Resume Classes

Do you need help making your resume shine? Are you a good writer, but do not know how to phrase your job and career experiences? Let’s Help Get Your Resume Shining…

If you live in the Middle Tennessee, Clarksville, Tennessee area, drop by one of our monthly classes and learn how to help your resume shine!


Participants will be able to:

  1. Learn the old versus the necessary parts of a job-winning resume.
  2. Craft resumes that are relevant to problem-solving and pain-killing for the employer!
  3. Present resumes that give more than a career history or job description.
  4. Maximize visually appealing resumes for the civilian job market.
  5. Grab tips for federal resumes that are skilled and experience laden.
  6. Present data that is trim, lean, mean, and succinct.
  7. Display an upwardly mobile, relevant, and social media conscious job seeker.
  8. Tailor resumes for the job/career that you want.

We will be glad to help you learn. Contact us for our free Welcome Kit. Includes:

  • free book, 101 Ways to SkyRocket Your Career
  • free book, Is Your Resume Like An Ole Dinosaur
  • free contract job listing
  • disc assessment information
  • job and values worksheets

email us at or call us at 931-269-WR1T (9718)

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Let us know how we can assist you! Cheers, Debra Ann and the Let Me Write It For You Team!

Beef Up Your Résumé: Volunteer

Beef Up Your Résumé: Volunteer

Debra Ann Matthews, a career retention specialist and professional résumé writer in Clarksville, Tenn., says it’s important to demonstrate how you made a difference. Portray the connections between the volunteer work and the open position.

For instance, Matthews says many students participate in required community service events as a part of their sorority and fraternity social goals, while others take church-based spring break trips to help serve communities after catastrophes. Whatever the volunteer activity, connect the dots for your potential employer.
“Companies are looking for people who have participated in activities that demonstrate their ability, based on past performance, to handle the job…they are pursuing,” Matthews adds.
Volunteering can help develop project management skills, sales skills, marketing experience, or the task of managing a team. A history of volunteering also suggests that you’re a team player, a quality many employers look for in potential hires.
Once you complete a task, describe your involvement based on the success of your participation.
Here’s an example of Matthews’ résumé demonstrating how to showcase volunteer experience. See article for more details.

4 Considerations for minorities to determine their career focus

4 Considerations for minorities to determine their career focus

No matter what, tell yourself that you won’t ever stop reaching your goals. Continue to network with industry professionals and within time, get yourself a mentor. Read success stories to help you to generate ideas on best practices for problem solving. Look around you and learn the lessons from local super stars such as: Les Brown, Dave Ramsey, Shirley Chisholm, Barbara Jordan, Marva Rudolph, Camille Hazeur, Mayor Willie Herenton, Harold Ford and many others. See full article @