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In this digital age, the need for numerous profiles can be exhausting. Every platform requires its own profile and the more you want to get from the platform, then the more you should put into the creation of your profile. I like the approach that Nancy J. Miller suggests in Fire up your Profile For LifeWork Success. Think of your resume or profile as your personal story. The saga of how you got where you are now, wherever that happens to be. This approach can give your profile a certain flair or style. If you think of your life as a story, then there must be a hero and that hero must be you. Let the world know what you can do. Let the world know what you have already done. Give them an inkling of what is possible in the future. As you craft your saga, you will not find a better tool than Fire Up Your Profile For LifeWork Success by Nancy J. Miller.
Fire Up Your Profile For LifeWork Success is well written. This revised edition is more organized and gives a fresh perspective to the whole process. While it is a very organized and methodical approach, you don’t have to read it or implement the advice inside like a robot. Browse through it. Get a feel for what she is saying. Get a feel of how you want to portray yourself to the world. Tackle it like an artist about to create a masterpiece. Line up the tools, read the advice, then just do it. This is necessary work in the digital age, but it doesn't have to be boring. Nancy J. Miller can help you ensure that your profile is ready for work and life.