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Career Stories are more than action words and outcomes; they are driven by your VISION for your future. Put another way, the plan for your words must align with your career ambitions, down the road. Knowing where you are as well as where you want to be (in the future) is essential for creating a […]

The post Your Career Story Is More Than Action Words + Outcomes. It Is Driven By the Vision You Have for Your Future appeared first on Executive Resume Writing Service.

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Why Do Career Storytellers Charge So Much? When an executive-level prospect contacts me, some of the inevitable, “What’s in it for me? Why do you charge more than many other resume writers?” questions pop up, mostly to untangle the angst of investing in themselves at that level, and that deeply. To assuage their concerns and […]

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Career Trend by Jacqui Barrett-poindexter, Master R.. - 2M ago

And so it goes, you are in hot pursuit of finding that next great gig. You are determined that ‘now that you have determined’ you are ready to jump ship from your current company, that you have a set timeline. You’ve determined, above all else, to be planted in your new role on X date […]

The post When Determining to Change Your Job, Cool Your Jets appeared first on Executive Resume Writing Service.

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Career Trend by Jacqui Barrett-poindexter, Master R.. - 2M ago

In 2011, my husband, “Capt.” Rob, and I uprooted our lives in Kansas City, MO, to relocate to a tiny town in North Texas, in a community called, Sherwood Shores, on the banks of Lake Texoma. You can read my prior posts on this career and life upheaval, here, here, here, here and here. A couple of years […]

The post 7 Things I’ve Gained (and Lost) During 7 Years Living In Texas appeared first on Executive Resume Writing Service.

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Executive Careerist: BEWARE the hyphothesizers, deducers and stern pragmatists who insist that their marketing expertise or digital guru-ism applies neatly + perfectly to your career resume story. The strategy for building your value proposition and aiming it as an influential message to your target audience, which ultimately is a hiring executive, board member, etc., is […]

The post Executive Careerist: Beware the Hypothesizers + Deducers. Take the Helm of Your Career appeared first on Executive Resume Writing Service.

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  For years, I have been leveraging context as an essential strategic driver in writing value-driven executive resumes, so it was refreshing to see a Harvard Business Review article take a run at this important topic. “When choosing a CEO, boards typically take into account the particular circumstances the company faces: Is it in need […]

The post How Leveraging Artful, Contextual Stories Can Point Your Exec Resume to Positions That You Are Passionate About appeared first on Executive Resume Writing Service.

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“A mirror works because the atoms inside it catch light and throw it back,” Chris Woodford, Mirrors, the Science of Reflection I had a conversation with a family member the other day. She mentioned having recently gone clothes shopping. While she likes to be stylish and present herself in the most fashionable light, she also mentioned […]

The post Why You Should Select Mirrors That Catch and Reflect Your Magical Light appeared first on Executive Resume Writing Service.

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“I thought maybe it was the best resume I’d ever seen,” said my new strategic sales executive client who retained my services yesterday. She went on to explain that she had been part of the hiring team that recruited my former client into her company–which started a dialogue of how he put the resume together. […]

The post How Embracing Your Colorful Details Will Result in a Resume That Knocks the Socks Off Your Next Employer appeared first on Executive Resume Writing Service.

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Search the definition of “foundation,” and you find this: a body or ground on which other parts rest or are overlaid. an underlying basis or principle for something. It’s also synonymous with basis, base and point of departure. A sturdy career foundation provides stability, ensuring you maintain the integrity of your vision. The following action […]

The post How to Build a Rock-Solid Foundation Under Your Executive Career Vision appeared first on Executive Resume Writing Service.

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Here are four steps to help you gain career change momentum.

The post Career Change: How You Can Build Momentum in the Right Direction Without Undergoing a Complete Disruption appeared first on Executive Resume Writing Service.

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