How to write a resume that wins

January 17th, 2012 - No Comments

Last night, 3,000+ IWT readers from all over the world tuned in, live, to learn the inside techniques to craft a winning resume. These are the same techniques I used to get jobs at Google, Intuit, and many other companies.


Attention jackasses: These are not my curtains. I’m not 78 years old. I was at a hotel.

I had nothing to sell. I just wanted to show people that — instead of blaming the economy, or believing that “I don’t have enough experience” is a valid excuse — they could take their Dream Job search into their own hands.

Here’s what attendees had to say:

“Just watched an AMAZING livecast on #resume writing with @ramit, I am EXCITED to do my year-end review, wow.”
- Ashley

“@ramit great info tonight. I’m actually going to apply it to my RESUME WRITING SERVICE!! haha that last comment hit me hard”
- Rod W.

Watching @ramit tear down a resume. Love his insights. bit.ly/best-resume
Libby K.

The #1 question I’m getting today is, “Can you send me a copy of the webcast?” The answer is no. When I said I wasn’t sure I would record it, I meant it. This was a one-time only event for the people who invested their evening into learning how to craft a master-level resume.

But I can give you the next best thing. I have an excerpt of the best of my resume advice — including my teardown of the resume that helped many of my students secure jobs from the world’s top companies.

You won’t get the entire presentation from yesterday. But you will be able to see some of the critical insights that you can apply to make your resume stand out from all the unwashed masses.

This 15-minute video is only available via my Dream Job launch list. Here you go…

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