Tag Archives: Outcome statements

What’s the Best Time to Join LinkedIn?

The answer may surprise you: – The best time is when you are employed and happy – The second best time is when you are employed and unhappy – The worst time is when you are unemployed We’ll assume want … Continue reading

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How to Write a Great LinkedIn Recommendation

Yesterday we discussed the pitfalls of a vague recommendation in LinkedIn. Today we look at the characteristics of a good LinkedIn recommendation. A good LinkedIn recommendation is brief and to the point. It should be complete in two or three … Continue reading

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Tasks – Achievements – Outcomes What’s the Difference? Why Does it Matter?

What’s The difference between a task, an achievement, and an outcome? Why is that difference important for anyone seeking work? Tasks Let’s say I’m writing a resumé for my neighbour Terry, who tells me he fixed a crack in the … Continue reading

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