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Highlighting the ONE thing most clients / managers / employers are ACTUALLY looking for

Landing at Tokyo’s Narita airport after a 14 hour flight from the US can be a bit confusing. After a relatively easy, courteous and efficient immigration experience, it’s time to get your jet-lagged self oriented. Find the airport bus ticket counter in the thicket of Japanese and English signs, get some cash from an ATM … Continue reading

Beyond Benefits – How Feelings Help Value Propositions Come Alive

A common bit of advice for writing effective resumes is to structure each job description around specific results delivered for the employer or client. This writing principle is sometimes expressed as the acronym SAR – “Situation-Action-Result” or SPAR – “Situation-Problem-Action-Result.” By focusing on concrete results, resume writers can avoid the temptation of speaking in generic terms about activities … Continue reading