Monday, May 4, 2009

More Tips to Help You Write Great Resumes Faster

Interested in writing better resumes faster? Me too!

Here are some more tips to help you "Write Great Resumes Faster" -- and be sure to buy the 60+page Special Report (just $14!) with even more tips, techniques, and especially the Quick Reference Guides (with hundreds of accomplishment-stimulating verbs, profile descriptors, section headers, and more).

TAKE A BREAK:
  • Walk away from the project and start over again after a while.
  • Take a 20-minute cat nap.
  • Do something physically or mentally stimulating, and come back when you're refreshed.
FIND INSPIRATION:
  • Search websites for sample postings. These will give you suggestions as to how to approach the project at hand.
  • Look at past resumes you've written, or glance at books in your library -- especially in the field in question.
  • Talk to your colleagues -- post on an E-List asking for ideas or help.
  • Google sites for specific industries to use proper jargon and verbiage.
  • "Inspiration comes from going over my notes and reminding myself what the client needs to say (what I need to say for them) to demonstrate their strengths."
  • Review your own past work for inspiration in formatting or wording ideas.
  • "I like classical music. I like the relaxing tones without the words to fill my head."

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