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The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking down your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one.
— Mark Twain

How To Build Your Confidence Before A Job Interview

It’s perfectly normal to be nervous before a job interview! These following tips will help boost your confidence and approach your interview assured that you are making the most of your opportunities.

1. Do your homework

Think of your interview like a first date. It is important to know about the company before you step in the door. Inevitably you will be asked about your perception on the company’s present and future positioning, knowing the company will enable you to answer with confidence and engage the interviewer in something that will interest you both. 

Go one step further. Research the interviewer and the other members of the panel. Can you identify with them? Do you have anything in common? Integrate these similarities and develop a rapport with them. Gaining their trust and confidence will pay dividends in the coming interview rounds. To read the rest of the tips, click here!


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Our certified resume writer has specific training in ATS-Optimized Resumes. With our writer your resume will be rich in achievements and populated with the key words and key word phrases necessary to get your resume though the ATS and onto being read by human eyes. 

Your updated resume will

  • Align your career history and long-range career goals.

  • Showcase your portfolio of skills, qualifications, and accomplishments.

  • Attract recruiters and hiring managers with distinctive marketing.

  • Secure an ageless, branded resume with contemporary formatting.

Other specialties include

  • Resume Development, Updating, Re-definition

  • Executive Resumes

  • Cover Letters 

  • Executive Biographies


What Clients are Saying:

"I'm so glad I decided that my career was worth it. Looking for a job is hard work at a very stressful time in your life, but having Linda as a Career Coach kept the process focused and positive. She was well prepared for our meetings, had a specific agenda and made each session time well spent. My one big regret was that I spent the first six months thinking I could do it myself."

"A career search is really many parts – it’s tactical, it’s emotional, it’s focused, and it’s personal. You addressed all of those things with such a positive, engaging, and skillful manner that I knew very quickly that success was all but guaranteed – as you strive for that yourself and in turn push your clients to achieve it. Your process and diligence for facilitating a successful search was brilliant! We went down a set path together, yet one that you were flexible with and catered to me specifically, and the results were quantifiable each step of the way."