Resumes

The Other Little Black Book

There you are. Interviewing for the sales job of your dreams. It’s going great! You’re telling the manager all about your performance: hitting quota, exceeding quota, where you ranked, Rookie of the Year, all the great stuff. The conversation is flowing, you’re hitting it off. Then BAM! The hiring manager asks, “Do you have any …

Expect The Best, Prepare For The Worst

Career Tip:  Be prepared for the worst…losing your job. Regardless if you are currently employed, update your resume regularly (at least every 6 months) and document your achievements so you can capture all that you’ve done in your job. Also, be sure to maintain the great network of contacts you built through mediums like LinkedIn. …