If branding is a conversation, how do you create unstoppable attraction around your personal brand?
Here’s where the conversation begins.
The personal branding concept suggests that success comes from self-packaging. That’s the creation of an asset that pertains to an individual. And that “asset” is what leads to a unique and strong first impression.
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Your Personal Brand: Is it Reflected in Your Resume?
There are several ways to create a powerful personal brand. How do your accomplishments stand out on your resume? Highlight what you attained throughout your career, so the reader can gauge your ability to produce future results for their company.
Your career achievements set you apart from other candidates and define your personal brand.
Convey how your key strengths are transitional into a new career and why you feel you are the “only” candidate for the job. Have confidence in your abilities and demonstrate this on paper. Self-confidence is a major turn-on for hiring managers as they like to see someone who feels secure in the benefits they have to offer the organization.
Your Personal Brand: Begins With Your Attitude
Your attitude also has a lot to do with how you are perceived in the professional world to others.
Start your story by creating your value proposition, in a powerful resume. After all, it’s up to you to start the conversation.
Take time to think about the conversation you want, when it comes to creating an unstoppable attraction to your personal brand. Craft your resume in a way that ensures your personal brand is a remarkable.
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Special thanks to guest author, Justin Olsen – Careers Plus Resumes, Inc.