Clearly Articulate Deliverables Not Personal Attributes

ImageWhen you write a resume focus on articulating your deliverables not your personal attributes. You can be intuitive with strong business acumen but it means NOTHING if it doesn’t provide results for the employer.  Demonstrate to your reader what you have DONE.  If executed effectively the recruiter is  more likely to arrange an interview to determine if they like how you perform your tasks based on personality.  There are a lot of “nice’ people in the world yet they all do not have a work record that meets or exceeds expectations.  Avoid personal attributes and stick to measurable results based on your performance. Very few areas of your resume will speak as loudly as you demonstrating how well you performed your current and past jobs.