Shortly after writing my last blog post I had a fantastic meeting with Nancy Buffington, the wonderful woman behind Boise Speakwell. Not only did I come away from our conversation energized and encouraged that with hard work and dedication my business has a chance of succeeding, but I also found direction for my blog.
If you’ve read my previous posts, you’re familiar with my struggle, which I shared with Nancy. Her response? “I assume that with your business, you’re mostly writing about writing?”
Sometimes I can be such an idiot. In two months it hasn’t occurred to me to write about what I know!?
Time to fix that. I’ll start the same way I start with most of my clients–the resumé.
I’m putting together a series of three posts that will describe all the ingredients that go into a killer resumé. It’s not a simple formula; there are sites out there that describe six steps, or even ten!
Blaise Pascal famously said, “I would have written a shorter letter, but I did not have the time.” It is no easy task to distill complex subjects into simple explanations, but I will work to do so with these three posts.
If I succeed quickly, I’m sure I’ll be elated. If not, well, they’re coming along nonetheless!