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055 The Very Best Time To Introduce Your Resume In A Hiring Process

Show Notes When in the networking and hiring process do I introduce my resume? That is a question often asked. How and when you introduce your resume is the topic of this episode. Don’t miss these Topics: To introduce, or not, the resume? When in the process of networking to present the resume What to …

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054 The Job Blues: When You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling For Your Work

Show Notes When you are in a situation where things just aren’t right, and you feel out of place, that’s when you may have lost that loving feeling for your work. Learn strategies from Andrew and Scott to cope with that feeling for positive change. Don’t miss these Topics: Satisfaction versus Dissatisfaction How to Change …

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052 The 12 Things You Should NEVER Put On Your Resume

Show Notes 12 THINGS TO NEVER PUT ON YOUR RESUME Too Much Information. Sensitive Personal Information. Long Sentences Full of Buzz Words and Commas. An Objective Section. The Word “Summary” or Variation Thereof As A Section Header. The Dates For Education. More Experience Than The Company Is Asking For. Pictures, Graphics, Emojis, Fancy Fonts, Watermarks. …

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050 Dealing With Repetitious Rejection with Empowering Strength in the Job Search

Show Notes Protracted job searches can wear down your resilience. Dealing with repetitive rejection can lead to dejection.  Scott and Andrew discuss strategies to approach your rejection using empowering strength. Don’t miss these Topics: Knowing it’s normal and healthy to feel dejected. Rejection is never about you. How to be an active agent of your …

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048 Getting Interviews and Offers by Building Trust with Hiring Teams

Show Notes Getting passed over or not hearing anything back from an interview can be frustrating. Identifying the “why” behind a rejection  can often be summed up in the measurement of trust between a hiring team and a candidate. Andrew and Scott talk about the ins and outs of building trust with hiring teams. Don’t …

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