You only get one chance to make a first impression.

When it comes to the employability world, your first impression is the last.

Sometimes you might even get two if you get invited to a job interview. But if you think about it, that’s still a “first impression” kind of moment, but this time of your traits.

  • Does this person correspond to what they wrote on their resume? 
  • Will they fit our organisational culture and align with our values? 
  • Do they have what it takes to solve the problems we need to solve?

That’s what happening all along.

And it is because you only get one chance that it matters to get things right, right from the start.

Talking about impressions…

I’ve launched a new website. 

Have a look:

Some parts of this website better explain what I do and how I can be of help. 

There are also some new working engagements to fit different situations and budgets.

I’ve added testimonials of people I’ve helped so you can hear it from others and make your conclusions.

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If you think you need to improve the way you are thinking, searching, and applying for jobs, please get in touch. I can help you.

Either because the way you are currently doing things is not working at all, or maybe it’s because you sense that something of what you are doing can be improved, reach out. I can help you.

I can help you generate curiosity amongst hiring managers and learn you ways to gain more clarity in your storytelling that will benefit all your career. 

You’ll be able to come across more professionally in your resume, cover letter, Linkedin profile or, the emails you send to recruiters. It will you help you make a better first impression, for sure.