Who Cares About Grammar?

Posted on March 29, 2017 · Posted in Blog

It’s 2017, and even I text. Sometimes my arthritic fingers cause mistakes that I don’t catch because I don’t pay the kind of attention to texting that I do to writing. I let myself off the grammar hook by thinking that it doesn’t matter anymore. Some people think cover letters,..
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The Coach Gets Coaching

Posted on July 9, 2014 · Posted in Blog

“It is my firm belief that my clients deserve, and can have, the kind of work they desire and get paid what they’re worth…and that happy clients result in happier families and communities.”

Ten Ways to Modernize Your Résumé

Posted on March 19, 2014 · Posted in Blog

To show yourself as someone who is in touch with today’s marketing trends, have a résumé that shows you know what’s going on the ever changing world of work.

Objective? No! Headline? Oh Yes!

Posted on February 14, 2014 · Posted in Blog

Just as our interview outfit needs to be current and well-fitted, your résumé needs to be formatted in an up-to-date style that fits you to a T.

Why “I’ll Write My Own Résumé” Isn’t a Great Idea

Posted on May 24, 2013 · Posted in Blog

The process of writing a résumé can be torturous for those who struggle with these five areas. Going through it with a writer/coach is what makes a résumé more than a one dimensional laundry list. It can be your passport into the job that’s perfect for you.