6 Steps to UP Your Resume Game Completely

Would you hire you? Take a look at yourself.

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Everyone of us can use an update, a critique, a lift, a polish. And when you are seeking to grab the hiring managers attention, it is paramount that when crafting your job-winning resume, you can’t stop just at the resume. What are you gonna do after you are invited for the first interview?

1st Step is to proof your resume for inherit challenges. Do you have a gender-neutral name? Has your previous employer changed names? Did you have a long unemployment gap? Do you need your job search to be confidentiality? Did you leave the world of work due to personal reasons (caring for a sick family member)? Have you been underemployed and are seeking to align your talents with your potential?

Seek the help of a professional resume writer to help shape your job-winning resume.

2nd Step is to check with your references prior to submitting their names and be certain that they are aware of your professional value.

Email your references a copy of your resume and also send a copy by snail mail.

3rd Step is to check your online presence by googling yourself and see what comes up.

Landing an interview is only the first step. Understanding how to move to the next step is a big part of the resume process. Be aware of how you are viewed on social media. Make sure that your LinkedIn profile showcases your personality, passion, and also the skills that you care most about.

4th Step is to mind your grooming. Hair, nails, facial hair, posture, diction, little points (earrings, nose rings, belts, buckles, shoes, socks, stockings, skirt length, tightness of pants, panty lines, various color hair (unless you will be working in a creative field), elbows, knuckles, open toe shoes).

Double check your grooming. It matters.

5th Step is to update your outfit and take new pictures to make sure that you look like a WINNER! Everyone wants to be on a winning team. Do you look the part?

Look good, look relevant, look inviting, look like a winner!

Yes, I do see a winner. Teddy Mosier is almost ready to go!!


Even your resume writer, Debra Ann can use a good sprucing up! Resume writer, ready to go !!

6th Step is to showcase your Ready to GO look and speak on your subject matter expertise!

Here you go 2 winners. Ready to help our companies, clients, and colleagues win!

Do you need help with your resume and all that goes into landing that job? Contact us and let us help you. We offer a few free resources that will help get you in tip top shape:

-101 Ways to Skyrocket Your Career

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Dare to Ask a Career Question

How do I use my knowledge of 3 different languages in my job search?

What’s the difference between a regular email and a business email?

What is a 30 second elevator speech and when would I use it?

What’s wrong with my resume? It looks pretty good to me!

What’s LinkedIn?

Now one told me that!

We hear so much jargon about how to develop ourselves and shine for our employers. Many times, entry level, military transition, college graduates, 50+ job seekers, and others are not sure where to go to gain real world answers to help them leverage their skills, talents, and professional interests! Dare to ask a career question!

If you could ask any question, what would you ask?

Are you too shy to ask it?

Well, never fear, we are here!

Come out to Get Some Coffee and Ask away!

On Saturday, August 15th at 10 am, we will gather for a cup of tea and answer all of your career questions. if you’d like to ask in advanced, please shoot us a question at letmewriteitforyou@gmail.com or text us at 931.269.WR1T (9718).

Check out a few of our other relevant articles that may inspire you to excel:

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Do you know how to get where you want to in your job or career?

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Sip a cup of tea or coffee, bring $5 and let’s talk about it.

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Little known ways to develop a critically compelling cover letter

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If you want to show up and get invitations for interviews within 30 days of uploading your resume and other job seeking documents, it may be wise to take a few minutes to consider how best to develop a critically compelling cover letter. Given that you understand your value to the industry in which you are a part and that you have several key talents, achievements and accomplishments that help your corporation to address its hardest hit challenges, you are ready to receive 3 key little know ways to develop your critically compelling cover letter. See full article @ http://shar.es/wORJX

Is your resume like dinosaur

Is your resume like  dinosaur

It is the responsibility of the job seeker to continue to update their job-seeking skills and competencies to learn best practices to garner the attention of hiring managers. It is no longer acceptable to play the dinosaur role as a passive job-seeker. For top rated information on best practices, see job hunt dot com. Let me write it for you is equipped to take novice dinosaur job-seekers with award-winning career coaching and transformation of boring dinosaur resumes to job-winning resumes. See article @ http://shar.es/lqs2g via @sharethis

4 Ways Your Relationship With Yourself Is Reflected on Your Resume

4 Ways Your Relationship With Yourself Is Reflected on Your Resume

They expect each of their employees to possess a healthy sense of self and awareness as to how they are seen in the company (company culture and image) and the impact that they can make to solve today’s complex and challenging work concerns. Being overly sensitive about your body reflects a need to re-tune and re-connect using Dr. Lynn Joseph’s, “Refining Your Visualization Skills”. Guided visualization creates an imaginary experience with far reaching results. See article @ Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=DebraAnn_Matthews

You Have the Degree But You Are Really Not Prepared to Go to Work – 5 Ways to Get Ready

You Have the Degree But You Are Really Not Prepared to Go to Work - 5 Ways to Get Ready

56% of graduates felt “academically prepared, but not marketplace ready. Here are 5 ways to get ready for work after graduation. See article @ http://ezinearticles.com/?You-Have-the-Degree-But-You-Are-Really-Not-Prepared-to-Go-to-Work—5-Ways-to-Get-Ready&id=7450090.

Debra Ann Matthews and the staff at Let Me Write It For You offers clients assistance in identifying the best ways to highlight their skills and proven attributes to capture the attention of hiring officials in their ideal jobs with targeted resumes, LinkedIn profiles and career coaching. Visit her site at http://www.jobwinningresumes.net

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8 Resume Do Nots

8 Resume Do Nots

Listing skills, technical competencies, association memberships, trainings and education never go out of style and should be included to help the hiring manager know that you are a relevant member of the workforce and can add value to their company. There are special emphasis that special populations should be sure to include on their resumes, such as linked in profiles, twitter accounts and professional Facebook accounts in a hyperlink.. Be sure that your resume keeps you among the relevant workers who make a difference. For complete article, see http://www.localjobnetwork.com/a/t-8-resume-do-nots-au-debra-ann-matthews-articles-a6756.html.