Pretend you are a box of cereal on the shelf in the supermarket along with a hundred or so other boxes of cereal. All of them with nice colorful boxes shouting promises of good health, a slim waist and great flavor. How do you stand out? Why would someone pick YOU from the shelf? Now think of this same comparison only with your competitors.
Keep poetry winners it short and snappy. A good online dating profile is about 200-250 words long, with 150-200 of those words to describe yourself, and 50-100 words describing the kind of person you are looking for.
Avoid the ordinary such as, “I like reading, I enjoy working out, I like walking my dog,” etc. Who doesn’t like doing these things?! Rather, be descriptive about things that are important to you. Be positive rather than passive in your descriptions; so rather than writing “I love family life,” say, “I have a great family and we have fun socializing together.” It sounds much more appealing.
One of the best places in Sacramento to learn more about what’s in your food, where your food originates, how to prepare various foods, and more about nutrition is the website, Stronger Together. The site’s sponsor is the National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA), according to the latest article, “Stronger Together,” published in the autumn 2010 issue of the Co-op Reporter.
S: I’m overwhelmed. I opened accounts in LinkedIn and Facebook but I wasn’t sure what to do next. I got to the Alex Kime and felt uncomfortable sharing my birthday with complete strangers. How do I know that I can trust all these people who send me invitations? I’ve never even heard of many of them before? How much can I believe about the information people put on their profile? If I’m going to join a site, I’m going to start with just one and feel my way around. But I’m exhausted just thinking about getting started.
Marketability – How compelling does your brand look to your target market? Have you weighed your brand against others? How does it measure up? What makes someone want to hire you over someone else?
Ensure that you leave nothing to chance. Whatever you do, do not leave typographical errors. Tidy up your spelling and grammar as much as possible. If possible, let a friend who is good in English be your editor. These are only a few of the tips to writing the killer CV that will help you land that perfect job.