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The problem with this world is not enough problem solvers. So, if you become a problem solver, you become rich.” Robert Kiyosaki🏷Let me tell you a story.📌I met a lady in January who asked me to tell her if her dressing looks formal for a job interview. I am cautious about who I talk to because of my values. If you know me personally, I hardly engage in conversation with people I don’t know, lol, but I went on to help here.🇨🇦📌Yes, I informed her that her dressing is okay; I once helped a recruiter in my previous job(although I did not mention this). They check your dressing; however, when you address the interview questions correctly, and they see the value, yes value, trust me, you get hired on the spot.📌She was like, hmmm, interesting! She asked for my number, and I told her I would take her email instead. We had other conversations here and there, and she was like, wow, you sound like a manager. I said thank you for the compliment. I received her email that evening.📌I told my hubby, and I informed my new coach. The lady sent me her resume to help critique it. Initially, I thought you could charge for this, but I remembered my coach’s words, build credibility, do not focus on money, yet.🍂 So, I critiqued her resume and emailed it back to her. I also made a video on youtube about creating an outstanding resume for individuals looking to get a job offer. She messaged back and told me I have subscribed to your channel! Guess what? The reviews from that video are mind-blowing. I don’t know who will read this, but utilize your skills, you may see it as small or irrelevant, but you’re meeting a need in this world when you bring your uniqueness to the world.👉Watch the video where I critique a resume; I also tell you proven strategies that worked for me.

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