Looking for a job?
It is time to end the job search and get on with your life. My groundbreaking book, How to Write a Kick-Butt Resume Cover Letter (now in its second printing), teaches you how to write the cover letter that lands the interview.
Buy now and use the coupon code KBCL to save $5 off the $15 cover price. You’ll also get an hour-long audio download with more tips and tricks and advice on how to write your own kick-butt resume cover letter.
It doesn’t matter if you are in transition…a seasoned pro…a college grad…my book includes dozens of letters, word lists, and marketing tips: Everything you need to write a cover letter that gets you noticed. I also share the secret to shining strong in an interview, no matter what you’re asked!
PS—Let me add the polish to your passion: Hire me to edit your kick-butt resume cover letter.
If you need a speaker for your next workshop or conference, contact me. I help veterans, seasoned pros and college grads describe their kick-butt skills in hire-me-now! language.
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Who am I?
My name is Susan Rich. I am an author, speaker, and professional blogger. I have a journalism degree and more than 25 years of experience in print, PR, and marketing.
I am an advocate for job seekers, an instructor with Dress for Success. I believe we all deserve to be seen for our talents and skills, the contributions we can make in our community.
I am a storyteller: From job seeker to struggling business owner to the newly engaged, I deliver the words, phrases, and Holy Grail ideas that get you seen.
What else do I do?
I am a wedding officiant and storyteller.
If you are looking for a wedding ceremony that keeps people on the edge of their seats, not twitching in their chairs and waiting for the service to be OVER, that’s where I come in.
I celebrate diversity and my custom-storytelling is ideal of same-sex couples, vow renewals, commitment and engagement ceremonies. From grand scale to quiet tradition, I know just how to tell your love story and your happily ever after. We can also give family and friends — even children — a speaking role. Visit First Act Wedding Stories to learn more.