I remember in my 20’s going for an #interview and the interviewer asked me if I had plans to have children.
What is future-focus résumé writing? This way of writing is timeless.
I was once told that I was not driven. Little did she know that I was driven but, for something different.
The FEAR OF FALLING is the FEAR OF FAILING and the only difference between those two words is the letter “I”. The letter “I” is your #ego getting in the way of trying something different.
A friend of mind said to me “I don’t know anyone who has more going on than you!”
A great résumé should tell a compelling story that intrigues the reader to want to know more. It is like reading a good novel before bed, it is hard to put down and you end up staying up much later than you should have because you want to know what happens next. Ok well maybe that is a bit of an exaggeration, but you get my point.
We don’t have to do all of it alone.
What happened? Why did they not choose me? I was prepared. I said the right things. The interview panel laughed at my silly jokes. They were engaged in what I had to share.
1. Prepare – Do your research. What are the company values? Have they been in the news lately? Does the company provide back to the community? Use this to your advantage…speak to your knowledge of the company during the interview.
As a yoga teacher I remind my students to focus on their breath. I do this quite frequently throughout the practice. As a yoga practitioner myself, I know it is not always easy to do. This is why we call it a “Yoga Practice”.