RESUME CONFIDENCE RESUME WRITING, INTERVIEW SKILLS COACHING, CAREER DIRECTION
 

Staying Connected: LI & Leave for Dads

  Papa Smurf at Work My dear friend from college recently became a first time father! He was actually indirectly instrumental in getting me eventually started as a resume writer, because being a good writer himself he would help me early on hone my own resumes with great tips on succinct copy. He also loves […]

Career & Life Purpose: Summer Reading

  Here’s a few ‘oldies but goodies’ suggestions for summer reading, on the topic(s) of: job/career/life purpose/work you love type books (they really tend to overlap & intertwine, these themes!) They’d be PERFECT for time in your lawn chair (or hammock, or floating raft in the pool) this summer!   I Could Do Anything If […]

VIDEO: Thank You Notes & Other “Old Fashioned” Approaches

Why Should You Send a Thank You Note After an Interview? SHOULD you send one? This post/video was inspired by a post/comments on a LinkedIn conversation I read on someone’s page. They wondered if thank you letters after a job interview were considered “out dated”, “old-fashioned”, even strange. What?  Hear MY opinion on all this, […]

Re-entering the Workforce After an Extended Absence

As Oprah has said, when done well, being a mother is THE most important job there is.  And I know all the moms that are my clients and fans live that truth. Many a great mom also needs another job, out there in the career world. If you are a woman returning to the workforce after years […]

CLIENT SAYS: Blown Away by the 1st Draft!

  I just wanted to say, I am blown away by it already. Even though it is a draft, you have taken what I thought was just repetitive experience and turned it into something that stands out. You highlight things I never would have thought of! — Jodie, Child & Family Advocate, Non-Profit Project Manager, […]