Featured ArticleHow to Be More Credible
So, how do we create credibility with someone we don't know, or don't have a history with? Here are some ideas.
1."It's not bragging if you've done it." If you've earned your stripes in your business or industry, don't hide that fact under a rock. Trumpet it to add to your credibility! Drop in statements such as,
"In my seven years in this business, I've learned that ...," or,
"I've worked with over 550 retailers, and I always find that..."
2. If you're not on commission, it doesn't hurt if they know that. Hey, I know most of...
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Resumes That Sell
|Sales Leadership - Recruiting and Selection|
|Written by Jeremy Miller|
Writing resumes that hiring managers will read
Writing a quality resume is difficult. Essentially you are boiling down your professional experiences into a one to two page document. To help bring clarity to the process remember a resume is just a marketing document.
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