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Few investors these days have the time or patience to read a full business plan, so a better way to catch their eye is with a tightly written and well formatted two-page executive summary.
Once you have their attention, content is key – data from your business plan, including financial projections, how much money you are looking for and a quantification of potential return.
You’ve recently lost your job and like any executive, you want to optimize your LinkedIn profile to connect with potential employers, executive search firms, colleagues, and other contacts who can help you in your job search. You may be wondering how to address your recent unemployment to your advantage on your LinkedIn profile.
The following strategies will make a big impact on your job search.
By now, as a seasoned job hunter you should know there are a few essentials you should have in your arsenal: business cards, a solid cover letter, your elevator pitch, and your well-formatted resume.
In this article, we’re going to take you to the next step and focus specifically on one seemingly small but massively huge part of resume building: resume format and how to select which one is right for you.
If you follow this guide, that breath of fresh air resume is going to be yours! But first, we need to figure out what type of resume format you need.
We don't think like psychologists. And in doing so, we sell ourselves short. Here are six ways to change that:
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