Written by Brenda Koritko

Do you continue to generate interest and secure interviews for jobs that you do not want?

The interview process can be time consuming and very unproductive when you are preparing to discuss a job that you really donít want. When you write resumes that are historical in nature (listing your work history and responsibilities), you communicate that you are looking forrepparttar same type of position. The only way to attractrepparttar 108414 right attention is to highlight information that is relevant torepparttar 108415 job you really want.

Take an objective look at your resume. Does it sell you forrepparttar 108416 job you really want? Have you highlighted any items that you DO NOT WANT TO SEE in your next job description? It may help to remove your name fromrepparttar 108417 top of your resume before you ask someone you respect to reviewrepparttar 108418 document and give his or her opinion on what job this person is targeting.

Focused resumes are powerful job search tools!

Focused and organized resumes draw attention to your key skills and unique accomplishments rather thanrepparttar 108419 tasks and responsibilities you have performed in past positions. By promoting relevant skills and achievements, you guide your reader torepparttar 108420 information they are seeking andrepparttar 108421 details that you want to promote. The key to success is to userepparttar 108422 top third of resume to highlight and supportrepparttar 108423 skills that respond torepparttar 108424 specific requirements outlined by your target company in their advertisement or position description.

Reviewrepparttar 108425 position you are targeting and highlightrepparttar 108426 three key qualitiesrepparttar 108427 employer is looking for in a potential hire. Then, match your key skills and accomplishments to these three qualities. Finally, highlightrepparttar 108428 information you have selected atrepparttar 108429 top of your resume using an appropriate category title, for example, key accomplishments or related skills and accomplishments below your profile section.

Write your eBook Fast--First Steps to Finishing Line

Written by Judy Cullins

Write your eBook Fast--First Steps to Finishing Line Judy Cullins © 2003 All Rights Reserved.

Why write an eBook?

You want ongoing, lifelong multiple streams of income. You want to raise your credibility and trust ratings with clients or customers. You want to get your message out sorepparttar world can be a better place.

You want to spend only a little time on it. (Would you be willing to spend 4 hours a week?) You want to get it out fast (Would 4-8 weeks be OK?) You want to market for a low-cost investment. And, for some of you, you are ready to be innovative and even take a small risk to get your eBook read by hundreds of thousands, rather than hundreds!

Where are you now?

You have an idea for your eBook; you have a lot of ideas! Take a moment and decide which one you are most passionate about now and will be forrepparttar 108413 next year or two. Focus on one great idea, where you know whatrepparttar 108414 audience needs or wants-- your solutions to their problem.

Or, do you have your eBook well on its way, but aren't finished. You need advice on how to get it done, what's needed to publish (not much!), and how to distribute it to pull continuous monthly sales that can be 1/3 to 1/2 your income?

Who Should Write an eBook?

-If you want to share your unique message world-wide to help people create a better life.

- If you are ready to invest a little to reap a great deal.

- If you are a business person who want to expand your business and be a leader in your field.

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