Write Your Resume Last [Career Coach]

POSTED BY: Don Oehlert
Managing Partner, eCareerCoaching.com

Legalshield Services

“Practical advice on your next career move.”

When you undertake a job search, you need to know a few things *before* you write a resume suitable for submission:

Who am I? We are not talking about the surface level of self-knowledge, but rather a deep understanding of what makes you tick. What do you like doing? How about what you love doing? What do you hate doing? What can you do if you really have to?

man holding pen thinking. Figure out what you desire and can do first, then write your resume
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Where do I want to live? Again, we need to dig into your true wants and needs in this arena. If you are just beginning a career, and are single with no kids, the allure of the big city may be your driving force. If you are mid-career with children to support, then a job outside the city in a close-by suburb may be more important to you.

Where do I want to work? Will it be in technology? Will it be in sales? Am I an accountant that likes the freedom of the smaller startup, or do I really want to work for the Big 4, and travel a lot? Are you an operations specialist? Do you love engineering? All these questions and more are important to craft the right presentation of yourself. Write your resume last, it will get done, but be neat about it.

Our book explains this concept in detail. It’s only $19.95. Please send an email to sales@eCareerCoaching.com to get your copy.

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To get to know yourself better from a personal standpoint, please drop us an email for your free copy of our “Finding Your True North” instrument. In it are 36 questions that will help you understand what makes you tick, so that you can better prepare for a job search, or decide whether you should go for that promotion.

Email <fytn@eCareerCoaching.com>, or ask for it at <eCareerCoaching.com/contact>.

This is the cover of our 36-question introspection study. It's called "Finding Your True North," and is available for free for the asking.

To purchase our 129-page eBook, “The Not Just for Executives Guide to Job Search,”use PayPal above, or drop us an email at <sales@eCareerCoaching.com>. It’s $19.95 by itself.

There is also a “Companion WorkBook” available for $9.95. In it are 16 pages of templates and ideas for job search tools you’ll need to run an effective career transition. To get it, drop us an email at <sales@eCareerCoaching.com>.

If you’d like them both at this time, upgrade your order as we discuss above, and we’ll send you both books for $24.95. This is a 16.7% discount off of SRP.

As soon as your credit card clears (we use PayPal as our clearing house), we’ll email you the book(s) you’ve purchased.

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