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  • Friday, August 28, 2020 1:11 PM | Bridget Weide Brooks (Administrator)



    Get to know other resume writers in our community with our “10 Questions” series! Our fourth profile features Florida-based resume writer Holly Genser of HollyGenser.com

    Genser is a Certified Career Transitions Coach (CCTC), Nationally Certified Resume Writer (NCRW), and a Nationally Certified Online Profile Expert (NCOPE). 

    As an introvert herself, Holly also specializes in helping introverts develop gentle job search and interviewing strategies. 

    >> Click Here to Read the Full “10 Questions With Holly Genser” Feature on the Resume Writers’ Digest Blog! 

  • Thursday, August 20, 2020 2:47 PM | Bridget Weide Brooks (Administrator)


    We’ve launched a follow-up course to our free Write Great Resumes Faster course called Ask Better Questions, Write Better Resumes

    Do you want to learn how to get better information from your clients, so it’s easier to write their resume and career documents? Then this new course is for you!

    The most effective resumes capture who the client is, what they want to do, and why they are qualified for the position. 

    For years, I would laboriously research the profession and job title of each client I worked with. Along the way, I discovered I didn’t need to learn all the minutiae of a particular jobseeker’s profession — I needed to know WHY they are good at what they DO. 

    I learned to teach each client to give me the information I needed to craft the resume and help them with their job search. 

    As a result of the tips I share in the Ask Better Questions, Write Better Resumes course, you’ll spend less time researching and more time collecting rich accomplishments... and the result is more impactful, powerful, and interview-winning resumes. 

    The course includes handouts, a 45-minute video, a worksheet, and “Bridget’s Big List of Questions” you can use in your intake (whether you use questionnaires or a live consult).

    To learn more and enroll in Ask Better Questions, Write Better Resumes, visit our course page.  

    (The Ask Better Questions, Write Better Resumes course is part of the Resume Writer’s University curriculum we offer on Teachable). 
  • Friday, August 14, 2020 1:09 PM | Bridget Weide Brooks (Administrator)



    Your values influence your business. Even if you haven’t thought about it, your personal values have an impact on how you run your business. In this 32-page special report, you’ll explore and define your own personal core values to help guide you in choosing your business’ core values. Once you know your business core values, knowing and communicating these values can make it easier to find your ideal client, serve them well, and make better decisions. Includes more than a dozen exercises. 

    Check out our What Do You Value? Special Report in our online store

    The What Do You Value? Special Report is included with a BeAResumeWriter.com Bronze Membership — in the Paid Member Resources section — until August 31, 2020. 

  • Monday, August 03, 2020 12:30 PM | Bridget Weide Brooks (Administrator)



    The free Write Great Resumes Faster course is full of practical, actionable strategies to help you write better resumes... faster! It has strategies for new resume writers as well as veterans in the industry. 

    You’ll learn how to use the pre-writing process to focus your time, find out about tools and technology to help you be more productive, and discover 10 specific tips to help you if you get stuck when you’re writing. 

    The course includes handouts, a 30-minute video, and a quiz. 

    Enroll in our free course here: 
    >> Write Great Resumes Faster (free course)

    In addition to the new course, we also updated the Write Great Resumes Faster Special Report (with refreshed links and resources). 

    The 87-page special report includes the following sections: 

    • The Pre-Writing Process
    • General Tips (Writing Techniques, Finding Inspiration, Advice From Fellow Resume Writers, Strategies to Get Unstuck)
    • The “Writer Faster“ Mentality
    • Technology Tools
    • Overcoming the Blank Page
    • Finding Your Writing Voice as a Resume Writer
    • Writing Your Client’s Positioning Statement
    • Finding Keywords
    • Formula for Writing an Effective LinkedIn Headline
    • Writing a Client’s LinkedIn Profile Summary
    • Quick Reference Word Guides, Action Verbs, Personality Traits and Profile Descriptors
    • Things Not to Do When Writing Resumes
    • Resume Checklist
    • Creating a Creative Environment 
    • Creativity Exercises
    • Free Writing Exercises 


    Take the free online course, then check out our Write Great Resumes Faster Special Report in our online store

  • Friday, July 31, 2020 1:56 PM | Bridget Weide Brooks (Administrator)



    Includes 100 shareable quotes. You can turn them into social media graphics by combining them with a stock graphic. (Make sure you have the rights to any graphics you use — purchasing stock photos is a sure-fire way to to this). You can also set up an autoresponder and deliver one quote a day to clients to keep them inspired and motivated. 

    The Positive Encouragement for Jobseekers #6 Pass-Along Materials Content is available with a BeAResumeWriter.com Bronze Membership — in the Paid Member Resources section — until August 31, 2020. 

  • Wednesday, July 15, 2020 4:11 PM | Bridget Weide Brooks (Administrator)



    Are you thinking about adding career coaching to your resume writing business? This special report can help! 

    Topics covered include: Learn How to Be A Career Coach (including an overview of training and/or certification program), The Business of Coaching (an overview of one-to-one and one-to-many services), Passive Income and Recurring Revenue in Your Career Coaching (including product sales, coaching membership sites, and affiliate marketing), and What’s Next. 

    Check out our Getting Started in Career Coaching Special Report in our online store

  • Wednesday, July 15, 2020 3:49 PM | Bridget Weide Brooks (Administrator)



    The media is hungry for careers industry information their readers and viewers will want to consume. Feed them with this Pass-Along Materials package featuring five news releases. The package includes templates for the following news releases:

    • Starting Your Business
    • Launching a New Service
    • Nominated for a Career Industry Award
    • Achieved a Business Milestone
    • Elected to a Leadership Role in a Professional Association
    Each template is followed by a sample news release for that topic so you can see how to fill in the information. The first page also includes tips for news releases.

    Check out our News Release Package #1 Pass-Along Materials Content in our online store
  • Wednesday, July 08, 2020 1:35 PM | Bridget Weide Brooks (Administrator)


    Microsoft has unveiled a global initiative to help jobseekers obtain the digital skills they need to stay competitive in a COVID-19 job market. The company is offering free training (and discounted certifications) via three of its knowledge-based platforms: Microsoft Learn (to obtain certifications in the company’s technologies), LinkedIn Learning (16,000+ online courses), and the GitHub Learning Lab (opportunities for aspiring and experienced software developers). 

    The company has committed $20 million in cash grants to nonprofit organizations worldwide to assist those who need it the most ($5 million of the grant money will go to community-based nonprofits that are led by and serve minority communities in the United States). 

    The program emphasizes training in areas involving data and technology. Microsoft identified the 10 most in-demand jobs and the content offered is tailored toward those markets. 

    Professions featured are: software developer, sales representative, project manager, IT administrator, customer service specialist, digital marketer, IT support/help desk, data analyst, financial analyst, and graphic designer. 

    If you have resume clients who work in these fields, it might be a worthwhile opportunity for them to enhance their knowledge and update their certifications. Or, you might have clients who are looking to make a career transition due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and this program might offer a chance for these jobseekers to explore a new field. 

    Microsoft outlines the initiative in a blog post on the company website

    In addition, you can find links to training courses and additional resources at opportunity.linkedin.com

    You can watch Microsoft’s full video announcement below: 

  • Sunday, June 07, 2020 12:54 PM | Bridget Weide Brooks (Administrator)



    Get to know other resume writers in our community with our “10 Questions” series! Our third profile features Lori Jazvac, owner of Burlington, Ontario Canada-based Creative Horizons Communications – Resumes.

    Jazvac utilizes a “holistic, intuitive, and results-driven approach” as she helps clients in all fields “navigate complex career transitions.” 

    >> Click Here to Read the Full “10 Questions With Lori Jazvac” Feature on the Resume Writers’ Digest Blog! 

  • Thursday, June 04, 2020 7:00 PM | Bridget Weide Brooks (Administrator)



    Do you wonder how to draw more prospects to your resume writing business? Looking to increase your visibility and credibility — but without spending a lot of money? This 15-page special report outlines seven simple marketing techniques that you can do each day to reach jobseekers and help answer the question, “Why should I hire you?” Each technique can be done in just minutes a day. Use one or more to improve your engagement and watch your reach grow... and your income. 

    Check out our Grow Your Reach... Grow Your Income Special Report in our online store

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