3 Powerful Resume Secrets 99% of People Don't Use
Most people don’t know how to write a resume that stands out.
They write a list of experiences and skills expecting the recruiters to find out what’s in it for them.
It’s a waste of time and energy.
Forget about the traditional way everyone writes.
Instead, build a powerful advertisement for your personal brand with a strong call to action.
A resume that captures who you are as a professional.
And this is how you’ll break from the competition and get noticed.
Are you ready to make some magic happen?
Here’s how to write a CV that stands out in seconds that 99% of people don’t do:
1/ Focus on your personal brand
Don’t start your CV like everyone else with a generic line:
“Passionate Customer Success professional with 15 years of experience”.
Too vague and boring.
Flip the narrative.
Talk about yourself, your skills, and how you work in a way that makes you unique and sets you apart from others.
“Customer Success Manager with a track record of increasing customer retention by 25%. Implemented personalized success plans and reduced customer churn by 40%. Enjoy driving business conversations with customers to uncover new growth opportunities. Passionate about cutting-edge technology and being part of a high-performing team.”
2/ Set the scene, hook the attention
Right after this strong personal statement on top,
Summarize and provide a quick overview of your experiences in a few words.
It’s like anything you read yourself.
If you find it interesting, you’ll keep it reading, right? (like my newsletter :-)
So you must hook the recruiter’s attention in a few seconds or they’re gone.
This is where you write your copy to sell your skills and explain why YOU are the best match for the position.
Then, help the recruiter remove objections:
What did you do before that can help with their current challenges?
And bring in proof with a few customer references.
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