Updating Your Resume
A second set of eyes on your resume will help you see how others perceive you and your talent. Become visible in a good way with a writing coach.
I love to work with career changers – taking them from dull to dynamic!
Together we revisit your resume and whittle that resume from five stale pages to bare essentials. We and reawaken accomplishments and discover new pathways. Networking does not have to be boring. Perhaps you have worked in a silo or out of touch when family emergencies took your attention from your industry. What is happening in your community? What’s on the drawing board of economic development and entrepreneurship?
When was the last time you tapped into your creativity or had it reflected in your resume? I am painting a portrait of a gentleman in his 60s about whom I am writing a short story. I am not gifted artist, but I am learning, willing to learn and willing to revisit the portrait as I learn new techniques.
Willingness counts. Having the right tools and how to substitute makes experimenting fun and rewarding. Coaching offers the same exploration – uncovering what is important in your resume, connecting, seeing subjects and the whole picture in a different light as we learn to apply techniques to your particular situation.
I have been fortunate to work in several industries and am an entrepreneur. My resilience has built over the years from disappointments, trying situations, creative solutions, moves, and celebrations. I took of advantage of professional development that was offered to me and went beyond when my interests were on another pathway. There was a lot of “redo” resume writing which led to exciting new positions and deep relationships.
What a great journey it has been to be in a creative community the past four years. Watching other people thrive inspires me to constantly design tailored programs on resilience that makes next adventures happen. How can I open a door for you?
Evelyn Asher is currently writing a collection of short stories and poems about the courage of the immigrant population that mirrors her grandparents settling in a foreign country. . .