5 Things My Resume Will Not Tell You

Writing a resume/CV has been something I never had to do until recently. I am very horrible at it! I have read so much information about resume/CV writing that I have found it’s smart to have ten or so ready to send. It is absurd. To the Gods of resume writing whom I have insufficient funds to afford your services, I shall commit blasphemy!!

Continue Reading →

A Place to Call Home

Potential employers look at my resume and grimace. They see someone who has been many places. I understand as a hiring manager/director what that looks like. I have been up front with individuals with resumes like mine and told them I am looking for stability not “job hoppers”. It says a lot about someone, so I understand. Truth is, the automotive retail business outside large or distinguished auto groups is not stability built.

Continue Reading →

Hope Makes No Cents

In my experience, if you want something, you have to go get it. You have to not give up. Working your ass off to be the best or make the best of whatever it is you are doing. If your expectations are to reach mainstream with you, your product or idea, you have to work harder than anyone else. Never be caught ignorant. Always take a handful of hours a week to learn a new aspect of what you are doing or research your competition. You must always have a strategy.

Continue Reading →