Five birds are sitting on a telephone wire. Two decide to fly south. How many are left? Most people would say three. Actually, all five are left. You see, deciding to fly isn’t the same as doing it. If a bird really wants to go somewhere, it’s got to point itself in the right direction, …Read More →
Very often we complain about our life and we say I need holiday or I need a better job, but really when we got those things we enjoy them for a while and then life seems to be the same. I have just realized yesterday that I am already doing things that I love and …Read More →
Before you start creating a resume think of it’s purpose: What do I want to achieve with it. Well, let me help you – there is only one purpose: to get to an interview!!!
Now, imagine that you are the person looking through a stack of CV’s (a recruitment agent, a business owner, an HR person) – what are they looking for? How many CV’s do they have on the desk? How much time do they have? How important is it for them to find a suitable candidate?
Keep your CV short, professional, concise, to the point. Highlight the benefits you can bring to the business. Remember, the person looking at your CV is not interested in your education or experience as such, but in what benefits you can bring and if you can do the job – keep that in mind.
Now watch the video and leave me your comments or questions, and will propmtly answer them:
Here are my 3 pieces of advice on how to break from having a job into having your own business, with my lovely friend Dominika Mastalska assissting me (video by Natacha Adjovi – http://www.youtube.com/user/DigitalMediaGoddess8). Please, leave your comments:
To sum up, you need to reprogram yourself, look for your passions and find a way to monetize them.