Career Change: 3 Tips to G...

Career Change: 3 Tips to Get Traction
Does the following sound like something you’ve said? I want to change jobs or industries but I don’t want to take a cut in pay. I want to move to a different part of the country – or world – but I refuse to pay for relocation. I want to improve my circumstances, but I don’t want it to be...

Don’t Expect Anyone ...

Don’t Expect Anyone to Be Your Savior + 4 More Job Seeker Tips
Calling or emailing your friends, family and colleagues when you are looking for a new job may seem like the natural route. In fact, many experts say, if you know how to concisely guide people to help you, you should do just that. However, like any advice, you should use discernment before applying it to...

Resume Story – How t...

Resume Story – How to Emote Tenacity
How to Write Who You Are Marjorie Liebert, a former dancer, said, “We dance who we are.” Similarly, when writing your career story, you must, “Write who you are.” As who you are evolves, so does your story. While being authentic in expressing who you are is important, it is...

Stop Being So Boring + 4 M...

Stop Being So Boring + 4 More Things to Quit Doing on Your Resume
5 Things Not to Do on Your Resume 1. List every task you perform. If your role as an administrative assistant requires you handle everything from preparing coffee in the morning to collaborating with your boss on financial reports in the afternoon, then focus on the report creating and not the coffee...

Transcendent Resume :: Bey...

Transcendent Resume :: Beyond Your Threshold of Pain
Everything that you’ve done up to this point leads to this single sweet spot; and it is here that you … become the strongest version of yourself.  via The Transcendent Rep  *** While many career bloggers wring their hands about resume length, fonts and keywords, I get all ‘jazz...

Going Public: Why You Shou...

Going Public: Why You Should Get Purposefully Uncomfortable in Job Search
It almost goes without saying that job seekers should be more visible online than in the past. However, for many people that openness is at odds with their naturally private personality. While lighthearted personal use of social media such as occasional Facebook or Instagram updates may now feel the norm,...

The Pertinence of More Aff...

The Pertinence of More Affectionate, Real Conversations
Email communication is an art + a science that if done well results in straightforward, yet diplomatic messages. Email’s value, despite the abundance of micro-messaging, micro-blogging, instant gratification and often crowd-sourcing-focused platforms still reigns, in my book. Well-written emails...

The Value of an Imperfect,...

The Value of an Imperfect, but Meaningful Job Search
By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter While job search and career management are replete with protocol and processes that should be respected and acted upon, it is not necessary to (always) behave perfectly to land a new job or advance your career within your current organization. The fear and anxiety often...

How to Open Up All Corners...

How to Open Up All Corners of Your Soul by Hiring the Right Resume Writer
By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter Choosing a resume strategist with whom to partner is no easy task. Ask anyone who has ever gone from self-sufficient executive to incredulous career student, the path to the right writer often is not simple. Today’s post is a side-by-side comparison of the differences...

Have Fun + 2 More Tips to ...

Have Fun + 2 More Tips to Dissolve the Cluster of Job Search Negativity
By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter While most careerists face bouts of anger or bitterness at different times, they ultimately realize that neutralizing those feelings is necessary in order to move ahead, be productive, find calm – even laugh and experience joy. For some, bitterness emanates from a bad...
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