• Beat the Competition.
    Today requirements close rapidly as clients receive all the resumes they need or can manage. Minutes can make the difference if you want to be considered.
  • Come Prepared to Ask Questions.
    Ask the important questions, but it is important to read the signals when you have the interviewer sold and when to stop. I would suggest 2-3 questions is about the right amount. Make them intersecting and relevant to the project or key to your success. Avoid the questions that could be answered right from the company website.
  • Don’t Say It If You Can’t Demonstrate It.
    Take an objective look at your resume and the words you have used to describe yourself and ask if you can describe each one in terms of what that looks like in the work setting.
  • Just Pick Up the Shovel
    My husband and I lived in KC for a number of years.  In 1993 there was a big flood and a cute river town, Parkville, MO, was threatened by the approaching flood waters.   We wanted to do something to help so we went to volunteer.  We got our tetanus shots and joined the 100’s of people …