You’re probably thinking that I’ve gone too far this time, connecting the practice of mindfulness to career marketing materials. But here’s the thing. If you want your resume to open doors, it needs to be focused.
When you practice mindful meditation, you practice the art of gently pulling your attention back to center.
Your resume should do the same for the reader. If they’re bored, confused or distracted, you haven’t designed an attention-gripping document that inspires focus.
There are many little things that can distract the reader when it comes to your resume. Avoid these mistakes and learn how to craft a “mindful” resume. Let’s get started.
Hey, it’s a stretch. I know it. But we all need a little stretching now and then!
Personal Challenge: Don’t dismiss the power of focus in person, on paper or online.
Learn more about The Year of a Mindful Career.