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.
- 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."