Isn't it a royal pain, going blank while trying to write your resume?
You know that you’re hardworking, and able to bring loads of talent and dedication to any decent, reputable company. They’d be nuts not to hire you, right?
So how do you get all of this great stuff down on paper?
Let me just say, first off, that only you can list your unique achievements, things that no one else accomplished but you. Examples:
- Developed computer filing system that increased productivity by 23%
- Created Business Sense, a company newsletter featuring articles about accomplishments and company growth
But don’t grit your teeth just yet—what I’ve got here is a varied list of skills, talents and abilities that can be placed onto most resumes, no matter what position you’re applying for. I’m sure you’ll find at least 2-3, if not more, that you can use to spice up your own resume writing and greatly improve your job search results.
So go on and use whichever resume writing phrases & templates you feel that best describe you. Use them as is, reword them—make them work for you. And create that eye-catching, persuasive, interview-winning resume for yourself.
Greatest of luck to you in your job search, and never give up!
- Able to bring productive energy, accuracy and enthusiasm to both individual and group projects
- Friendly, positive disposition, able to converse with a pleasant and uplifting attitude
- Persuasive demeanor, skilled at influencing the opinions & ideas of others and eventually convincing them to try or purchase a product or service
- Effective contributor—capable of voicing opinions about ideas/projects and giving valuable input when needed
- Always looking to work beyond any expectations and deliver exceptional results
- Experienced at taking overwhelming, confusing situations and creating organization, efficiency and productivity
- Effective manager—skilled at accomplishing projects by wisely delegating portions of work flow to those best able to complete certain tasks
- Effective counselor/consultant—able to pinpoint needs of prospects/clients and give beneficial advice when needed
- Quick and enthusiastic study—enjoy learning new skills and technology
- Conveniently flexible—can easily adapt to any changes that may occur within an organization
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