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5 Reasons Why Your Resume Should be No More Than Two Pages

5 Reasons Why Your Resume Should be No More Than Two Pages

If you’re a sales professional, you must take the time to put together a crisp resume.

The more experience you have, the longer the resume becomes. How do you know if your resume it too long?

Just about everyone from your next-door neighbor to your old boss has an opinion on your resume. The more people you ask, the more varying opinions you’ll get!

These views will often contradict each other.

How do you know what to do? Who should you listen to for advice? Take it from a recruiter—we look at thousands of resumes, often a hundred a day, sometimes more.

When is it Time to Leave Your Sales Job?

When is it Time to Leave Your Sales Job?

One of my old bosses gave me an offer on a Friday, and after hearing the details, I said, “I’ll think about it and get back to you on Monday.” 


Then he went wild.

He was a high-level executive and not used to being delayed. “Sonja, leaders decide.”


I gave that some thought. It’s true, leaders do have to make decisions, some of them more difficult than others. 
So how is it that you make difficult decisions?

What’s the best way to pick the job that’s right for you?

Everything You Need to Know About Providing References

Everything You Need to Know About Providing References

You’ve made it to the final round, and an offer should be in your near future! Congratulations! Now it’s time for reference checking.

Who should you give as a reference?

What should you tell them?

When you get to the end of the interview process, it’s important to provide several strong employer references.