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Isn’t it time to STOP applying to JOB after JOB with no response?
Aren’t you ready to get off of the application roller coaster and start hearing back from quality employers?
Aren’t you ready to take your dreams to the NEXT Level?
If I’ve heard the story once, I've heard it a MILLION times.
…I’ve applied to over 300 jobs with little to no response.
…I know I’m qualified, why won’t the employers respond?
…If I can just get in front of them for an interview, I know I can get the job.
…What am I doing wrong, there are so many jobs available, and I can’t get an interview?
In economics, the opportunity cost of something is the loss of potential gain, when one alternative is chosen as opposed to another alternative. The loss is the sacrifice we make for choosing one thing over another.
What is the sacrifice you are making by spending so much time applying for job after job, with little to no result?
Could you be….
- Advancing in your career?
- Making more money?
- Increasing your standard of living?
- Spending more time your children, family and friends?
- Increasing your Self-worth and building more Confidence?
- Learning more skills to make you more competitive?
Most people seek a better job opportunity to increase their standard of living. However, consistent rejection in the job market can have a debilitative effect on self-worth and confidence levels.
I have seen people want to give up on their hopes and dreams because they felt like they were not good enough.
OFTEN, it is not that you are not good enough, you are just not giving the employers what they want to see to get you in the door.
They say insanity is doing the same thing over and over again.
Why stay on the roller coaster ride when you can move forward and progress in life?
- Am I ready to take back my power?
- Am I ready to advance my career?
- Am I ready to get that promotion?
- Am I ready for that NEXT level opportunity where my skills and competencies are valued?
- Would my life better if I could get the job I really want to get?
From the time we are young we are told what we can and can’t do.
- “It’s too hard to do that.”
- “You have to pay somebody to do that for you”
- “You are not qualified to do that “
- “The system is rigged, only a few select people can get in the door”
Well, I am here to tell you there is nothing you can’t do. The more you learn about yourself, the more your confidence builds. The more your confidence builds the better you are at expressing and articulating your value to anyone that asks.
Knowledge is power.
The more you know, the more powerful you become.
- What if you could begin to live your best life, starting with getting the job of your dreams or going into the career field you love?
- What if you didn’t have to pay someone else hundreds of dollars to write a winning resume for you.
- What if you had the opportunity to evaluate your skills and qualification and gain renewed confidence in the value you bring to employers.
Now you can….
There are 8 modules and 24 total lessons. The lessons are:
Module 1: Welcome to How to write a Resume
In this module you will receive a welcome message from your instructor as well as instructions on how to navigate the course.
Module 2: Why a Resume?
#1 What is a resume
Your resume is your professional story. How you tell your story and the first impression you make while telling that story will be the key to moving forward to your NEXT level.
#2 A resume is not
Understanding what a resume is NOT is critical to how you write your resume. There are certain things that should go on a resume and certain things that ABSOLUTELY should not. Understanding these do's and don’ts can be the catalyst to the next growth opportunity.
#3 7 Reasons you need a resume
A resume is important for a number of opportunities, not just for individuals looking for jobs. Understanding how a resume can be used in all kinds of situations is important.
#4 Standard Resume Principles
There are certain things that employers expect for every candidate to show on their resume. If these basic principles are not known or are over-looked, chances are you will never get selected for the interview. On the other hand, knowing these principles can give you a competitive advantage.
#5 How important is a well written resume
There used to be a time when you could walk into a company and ask to see the HR manager. Well, that time is long gone. Even before Covid, for security reasons people are not just allowed to come on the campus of an organization without being invited.
So, how do these employers get your resume? Today, they use a very advanced / data base that helps to weed out people that do not match the criteria. These databases are the gatekeepers. You must get past the gatekeeper before you get to talk to a human.
Module 3: Formatting your Resume
#6 How to organize your resume
There are keys to well written resumes?
- Should you use paragraphs or bullet points?
- What size font should be used?
- What type of font should be used?
There are all lessons that some have learned, and some have not. Which can be reasons for rejection.
#7 What should be emphasized
Presentation is everything. Learning how to market yourself even on paper is a key component to success.
How you look on paper will determine if you ever get a chance to show who you really are and what you are capable of, in person.
#8 Common Mistakes
Some mistakes are made simply due to the lack of knowledge. Some things you say on a resume you may think is making you look good but in fact, they can cause certain biases and prejudices.
It’s important to know how much information to give and what can wait until the interview to share of needed at all.
Module 4: What’s included in a Resume
#9 Main Components of a resume
There are some main categories and components that should be included in your resume. In this module you will learn the main components of a resume as well as optional categories. The key is choosing which ones that will highlight your strengths.
#10 Preliminary research
Writing an effective resume is not as simple as putting down your work experience. A lot of the work is done before you write a word. In this module you will learn what information you need before you start writing and where to go to get that information.
Module 5: Career Vs. Job
#11 Understanding the difference between a career and a job
What you are seeking can greatly impact how you write your resume and how you are viewed by the employer. In this lesson you will learn the differences between a job and a career and how you can figure out which stage you are in so you can write an effective resume.
Module 6: Let’s Write your Resume
Finally, in this module you are ready to write your resume. And I am ready to help you.
You will go through a step by process of writing your resume based on the principles learned earlier in class.
In every lesson you will have an opportunity to get instructor feedback as you progress.
In this lesson you learn what to put and what not to put in this section. You will also learn how to format this section of the resume.
#13 Writing your Branding Statement
To be able to articulate your value to an employer you must know who you are and what you bring to the table. In this lesson we help you develop your branding statement. You will learn how to brand your self as well as how to write your own branding statement.
#14 Chronological Resume
In this lesson you will learn more about the reverse chronological resume and discuss whether this is the right resume style for you.
#15 Functional/Skills Resume
In this lesson you will learn more about a less traditional style of resume that can highlight your strengths and lessen your weaknesses.
#16 Combination Resume and others...
In this lesson you will learn the power of the combination resume as well as other resume styles that may best fit you in your job search.
#17 Work Experience
While this may seem like a straightforward lesson. This section is where many mistakes are made on the resume , and the reason why your resume may not be selected.
#18 Skills gained from your work experience
Simply put, if you don’t have the skills an employer is looking for you will need to gain those skills. There is no way around that. However, there are times when you might have the skills needed but simply do not know how to articulate them on your resume. This critical component can catapult your resume from the weeded-out pile to the top 10 pile and finally to the interview stage.
#19 Key Contributions to Previous Employers
Employers are no longer just looking for your tasks or duties. They are looking for employees that can bring value to their organization. Discussing contribution and achievements can demonstrate that value to give you competitive edge even in the application stage.
In this lesson you will learn what you should and should not put on your resume. We discuss several options that can demonstrate your educational qualifications even of you are applying for a different field than your education.
Module 7: Giving yourself a Competitive Edge
For every job you are competing with hundreds of potential candidates. You will need every competitive advantage you can find. In this lesson you will learn additional tips on how to balance the scales and even tip the scale over in your favor.
#21 Specialized Skills, Honors, Activities
Here you will learn how to dig deeper to recognize the value you have.
#22 What not to put on your Resume
Here you will learn additional lessons on what not to put on your resume. Little things you may not catch at first but can make a world of difference to your employer.
Module 8: Bonus
#23 Customizing your Resume
Here you will learn the many benefits of customizing your resume.
#24 Following Directions
Finally, here we share the importance of following direction and how Employers weed out potential candidates through these little-known tactics.
Will this course help me if I don't know what I want to do with my life?
Yes. This course can help you even if you don't have a specific job in mind. We offer access to differnt assessments that can help to give you direction. Please reach out to Coach Tonya for more information.
Are there requirements or prerequisites for this course?
There are no prerequisites for this course. It's open to anyone who wants to increase their competitive advantage in the application process.
Will this work?
Yes, it absolutely will. The more customized your resume the better your chances of getting in front of the interviewer.
How long will I have access to this course?
Once purchased. You will have a lifetime access to this course.
Normally, a live in person 8-hour workshop can cost $300 to $800 per person.
Writing a resume for an individual can range from $199 to $800 depending upon the level and the time needed to prepare and write a resume.
This digital course normally cost $299
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You will get the entire resume writing system:
- 24 lessons to lead you on the journey of writing a winning resume( Valued at $1500.00)
- Worksheets and reflections to help you apply and implement what you’ve learned(Valued at $99)
- 3 debrief quizzes to empower you to remember the key points(Valued at $99)
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Be fully prepared to get the NEXT level in your career
Be armed with the knowledge of yourself and what value you bring to the table
Have more confidence in your qualifications and skills
Know what you need to do to better prepare for the job or career of your dreams
Start making a difference in the lives of your family and yourselflf your family
Do the THING you have been putting off for years.
“Dr. White, I wanted to say thank you for helping me create my resume and also for helping me find the right career for myself. With you helping me I am currently employed at CVS in my city and I am working the business side and pharmaceutical aspect of the company. Thank you so much. R”Ricardo D.
“Tonya, .... thank you for everything. I will definitely recommend you to anyone searching in the future, thanks.C”Chad H.
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