Written by Brenda Koritko

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If you are contacting an employer that does not have a position posted, search for a job description or posting at a similar company usingrepparttar position title. When you have foundrepparttar 108414 right job description, match your key skills torepparttar 108415 requirements outlined in that position. This action is not as time consuming as you make think. Often changingrepparttar 108416 priority listing of your key skills and accomplishments may berepparttar 108417 only changes required to submit your resume to a number of different companies.

When you are changing careers, or looking to advance within your existing company, use transferable skills to sell yourself. Creating a resume using transferable skills is most successful when you include accomplishments that you have developed outside ofrepparttar 108418 workplace. For example, coaching a sport demonstrates leadership skills, communication skills and an ability to work effectively with people - skills that all employers value. Researching, analyzing, preparing reports, and presentation skills are a few ofrepparttar 108419 transferable skills that students develop during their education.

Plan to participate inrepparttar 108420 creation of your resume. If you do not participate inrepparttar 108421 creation of your resume, you may not be able to respond to specific questions during an interview and this could changerepparttar 108422 outcome, orrepparttar 108423 momentum, ofrepparttar 108424 interview.

If you have an idea that you believe will attractrepparttar 108425 attention of your target, use it. Creativity is rewarded.

Brenda Koritko is the author of I Manage Me Guide to Hot Jobs a timely ebook providing techniques to help you achieve your immediate career goals with benefits throughout your career.

Write your eBook Fast--First Steps to Finishing Line

Written by Judy Cullins

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-If you are willing to move much faster than traditional publishing to sell faster, more, and create more cash flow for marketing.

What do I Need to Know Before I write this eBook?

1. To help make your eBook successful applyrepparttar essential "Seven Hot-Selling Points." These include title, table of contents, thesis, "60 second tell and sell," one preferred audience, introduction andrepparttar 108413 back cover.

Why? Every part of your book can be a sales tool. When you includerepparttar 108414 above "hot-selling points" you will have a roadmap to guide you to writing a focused, organized, compelling book that you will only have to edit a few times.

2. You also need to know how to write a focused, organized, chapter each time. Think format. Each chapter should have approximatelyrepparttar 108415 same number of pages if it is a self-help book. Each book chapter may need an introduction, an opening few questions or shocking facts to hookrepparttar 108416 reader to keep reading, a few stories or analogies to illustrate your how-to's, and an ending that may be a summary, questions to ponder, or action steps to take.

Designing every chapter and knowing your essential "hot-selling points" are your eBook's 24/7 sales team and a beacon that brings out your best: writing a compelling, easy to read, inspiring and informational eBook that hundreds of thousands of buyers will want.

Judy Cullins: 20-year author, speaker, book coach Helps entrepreneurs manifest their book and web dreams eBk: "Ten Non-techie Ways to Market Online" To receive FREE "The Book Coach Says..." go to Ph:619/466/0622

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