Often when it comes to our career we are some of the worst salesman of our abilities and skills. We sell ourselves short in our abilities come review time, or accept less than we are worth out of fear that they will find someone else. Instead of building ourselves up and selling ourselves for maximum value we accept what is given to us and end up doing twice the work for half the pay.
One of the most important places you can ever sell yourself is during the interview process for a new job. It is during this process that you should make an effort to build up yourself and sell your skills to the potential employer by making them feel that if they hire anyone else but you they are going to be losing out on an amazing talent.
A solid and organized resume is the key to getting the job you want. Simply put, without a good resume, you will not get noticed. Without getting noticed, you will not be called for interviews.
The resume is your formal introduction to the career world. It discloses your talents to those who are seeking just such talents. To this aim, it is important not to lose sight of the goal of the resume. The resume lets the employer know who you are, why he needs you, and where he can reach you so that he can secure an interview with you. Write your resume to reflect these goals, in a concise, organized and well-phrased document. Use this organized and well-phrased resume to your advantage at the interview, as the document is, essentially, the first impression that you have made. This is the manner in which you should view the preparation and presentation of your resume. Once at the interview, put a smile on your face and pat your resume on the back for the great job both you and it have already done - your dream career is now very near!
I am serial entrepreneur, with more than 7 years in business.
I like building online businesses but i also own 2 brick and mortar businesses.
Currently I own Cleaning Company and Printing Store. Also i have couple niche websites, i work with couple affiliate companies and i teach entrepreneurs both online and offline.
Also, I occasionally do public speaking and motivational trainings for various companies.
My passion is developing business plans for startups and raising capital.
I just love small business and startups.
As college dropout i was able to fund my cleaning company with only business plan and my passion. That company still put food on my table.
Do you know what is the most important skill an entrepreneur can have? It is ability to be persuasive and to sell, yourself and your idea.
I constantly work on myself and take self development very seriously. Every year i read at least 30 books on self improvement, marketing, small business, etc...
I take various courses and listen podcast's, so everything I know is always growing and so is what I teach.
In this 21st century, You either are above water or You are drowning ...
What are YOU doing?
CEO Cleaning Company
May 2013 – Present
Consultant-Manager HYLA NETWORK SERBIA
September 2008 – Present
Contact with clients,salesman,development of motivational and marketing programs,training sales team.
July 2012 – April 2013
Team manager Swobb
June 2011 – September 2011
Manager and sales Consultant FM Group
October 2008 – September 2009
Dealing with clients,Managing sales team and training salesman...
Assistant manager Velmar Perla
January 2007 – October 2008
I was in charge for human resource, supply's and motivation programs.
If you have read this far i want to thank you and give you free advice:
Do not look for a way to make 1 million dollars, just look for the way to help 1 million people and the money will come in.