Author Archives: Tina Kashlak Nicolai

Filtering Your Resume For 5 Audiences

  Your resume is simply a tool to open doors. It is your advertisement to attract recruiters, companies, and hiring leaders. Moving away from a smorgasbord of offerings to a lean menu can be challenging for today’s savvy careerist.  Leaning up does not mean forsaking your stellar accomplishments or bandwidth of talents, it simply means…

Career services and resume writing became real…and an investment

            Career coaching and resume writing services are an investment.  The most commonly stated phrases clients make when seeking out a professional resume writer, coach, and marketing expert boil down to these phrases, “I am struggling with my resume and I don’t know what to do with it” or “I…

3 Reasons Why Starting Your Resume Now Will Save You In 2013

Are you continuing to struggle with yourself? Are you hitting your head against the wall only to confuse yourself even more? Is career dreary setting in? Are you colleagues, family, and friends telling you how to manage your next career move? Have you had enough?

Give Yourself Career Advice

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At a career coach, resume writer, hr aficionado, and entrepreneur working with people becomes crystal clear in terms of guiding others to achieve their goals. When it comes to taking your own career advice, the reflection in the mirror becomes 9X magnified.

Listen up, your gut is talking to you!

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Everywhere you look these days, the internet is filled with authors, marketing professionals, and career experts. Why, even this article may having you scratching your head asking, “how is this story different from other career professionals touting to have the answers?”

Noise, noise, everywhere! And, not just auditory noise. When it comes to being bombarded with tips, tricks, career experts, and the best advice, the noise and confusion can be overwhelming on the internet.

One expert advises, “don’t accept just anyone on linked.com as a contact” while my own advice is, “broaden your horizons and accept people you do not know.”