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The Brand Called You

Be real, be memorable.

Transforming Your Resume Into an Interview Magnet

Your executive resume should tell the reader who you are, what value you bring, and where/how you have been successful.

Build Your Personal Brand the NASCAR Way

Lessons in personal branding and marketing from NASCAR.

Teasing Out Your 30-Second Elevator Speech

Formulating your personal brand.

How to Handle ‘You’re Overqualified’ in Interviews

How to get the job you're too experienced for.

Building Your Personal Communications Plan, Part 2

Start spreading your personal brand message through these three communications tools.

Building Your Personal Communications Plan, Part 1

A step-by-step guide to creating your unique value and expressing it consistently.

Pitch Your Way Over $100k

Tips to help you prepare your 15-second networking pitch.

The 7 Secrets of Inspiring Leaders

Insights into selling your vision, your value — and yourself.

Resume Tips for Baby Boomers

6 common baby boomer resume concerns.

Why the Top Third of Your Resume Counts

Make sure your resume is smartphone friendly.

6 Must Haves for Your Next Interview

Be better prepared for the next time.

How To

The power of the post-interview thank you email

Just as resumes have undergone a dramatic change over the past 20 years, so too have post-interview thank-you emails. Here's how to nail it.

Present a Plan in Second-Round Job Interviews

What will impress them enough to use your job interview as the new standard?

Create Your Next Job

The perfect job may not be listed on a job board or even exist.

How To Address Gaps In Employment History

How do you tactfully, accurately address the missing years in your resume and/or cover letter?

How to Downshift your Career and Resume

How to Downshift your Career and Resume After a stellar career as CEO of a Fortune-caliber company, Ted no longer wanted the immense responsibility.

Tales From the Career Front

Strategies and tactics to reposition your personal brand when searching for a new career field.