You want a job. You know you need a resume but you think “how do I write a resume”, maybe you google it and then are lost in a sea of conflicting information!
Should you do a super formatted “fun” resume that you see all over Pinterest?
Or a super pared down resume to get past those resume bots known as Applicant Tracking Systems.
I’m all about being super efficient with our time, which means I want you to focus on creating just one resume that will get noticed by an ATS but also one that is aesthetically pleasing because after all a human will eventually read it.
But what information do you actually need in a resume?!
I’ve got you covered. I’m going to share my screen and walk you through the key components of a winning resume, that leads to interviews, and lots of them!
To grab the resume template I use (for free!) click here.
To watch the training click here.
We think procrastination is a character flaw - a sure sign of our laziness and general lack.
The thing is: ALL HUMANS PROCRASTINATE
Every single one of us.
It’s not a character flaw, it’s just a part of who we are.
And when we really get down to the WHY? We can begin implementing a plan so that procrastination doesn’t stop us from completing our work tasks, the actions to finding better opportunities, the reflection to improve our careers.
This is what I’m talking about in this week’s YouTube training.
It’s going to blow your minds and make you go “oh that makes so much sense” while also leaving you with a set of tools that will help you when your completely normal human brain decides it wants to do anything else but the work at hand.
Anyone in the Career You Love Academy (www.saracurto.ca/cyla), knows that I don’t like Elevator Pitches.
To put it nicely, they’re so weird.
Me standing there spieling a 30 second commercial to someone I don’t know.
Or me standing there listening to a 30 second spiel from someone I don’t know.
Honestly, my eyes glaze over and I tune out most of the time. That gets us all nowhere.
Which is why I rewriting the game of Elevator Pitches and I’m teaching you my approach in this week’s YouTube Training.
Sara Curto helps people find a career they love by teaching them a new way to job search.
The Secrets to finding a job you love
Click HERE to watch