Where will you be a month from now?
If you don’t have a job, what if you knew that you’d have a job offer in 30 days?
If you have a job but you hate it, what if you knew you’d have a job you love?
If you have a job but it’s not paying you enough, what if you knew you’d have a better job?
I’ve been in all three of those situations. How great it would have been to know that positive change was less than a month away.
If you want it to happen, you’ve got to make it happen. You have to take steps to get there.
One of the most important steps is getting your resume in shape. Here’s the best piece of advice I have: don’t take it lightly. Treat it like it could change you life, because it can.
When you’re working on your resume, it’s best if you can find everything you need in one place. If you get advice from multiple places, you’re process will be haphazard and your resume will be disjointed.
Next, find someone with experience in the field. Getting advice from friends is fine if they’re experts in the area you need counsel. If not, find someone with a strong, proven background.
Finally, find a system that is comprehensive, but flexible enough to meet your needs. Don’t use a cookie-cutter approach unless you’re making Gingerbread Men.
These are among the reasons I recommend Guerrilla Resumes. But the main reason is it gets results.
I know a man who found a job a few weeks after utilizing one of the techniques suggested in the Guerrilla Resume system. He didn’t even change his resume; he just changed his job-hunting strategy based on a tip he got from Guerrilla Resumes.
I know a young lady who got a job that she didn’t expect to get after using a resume based on the Guerrilla Resume program.
There are numerous other examples. Some people find jobs in weeks. Others get hired out of dozens or even hundreds of applicants.
If you need a job, want a job or have to have a job, use Guerrilla Resumes.