Hi amazing teacher,

Resume writing can be hard sometimes and we can find ourselves asking lots of questions. What should I include? How long should it be? What should I leave out?

In this brief video I’ll show you 5 super important (and pretty easy) things you must “do” when writing your resume.

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1. DO: customise your resume

Your resume needs to sound like you and authentically reflect who you are.

2. DO: see your resume as a marketing document

Your resume is your business card, your show reel, your advertisement for who you are and your expertise and experience. Make it stand out.

3. DO: use a generic font

Stick with the simple and easy to read. Avoid curly, pretty or other hard-to-read fonts.

4. DO: keep the layout clean and organised

Leave plenty of ‘white space’. This is all about making it easy and enjoyable for the reader.

5. DO: get it proof read

Make sure you give your resume to at least one other person to read through for you. They will see errors that you have missed.

These 5 things will help you write your resume in a way that flows and reads nicely. Put in the extra effort now and enjoy the positive results.

(Need more help? Check out my upcoming Resume Writing webinar.)

Enjoy the journey.

And more importantly, enjoy the moments.



P.S. Don’t know how to start or fix your resume? Check out this upcoming Resume Writing webinar.

QUESTION: What do you find most challenging about writing your resume? You can leave your comments here.