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This was a presentation I did for YearUp in Washington DC. For more information on YearUp please visit http://www.yearup.org. The presentation covers resume, career building, and success topics.

This was a presentation I did for YearUp in Washington DC. For more information on YearUp please visit http://www.yearup.org. The presentation covers resume, career building, and success topics.

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  • My dedication to you before I begin. By the end of this you will have gained 3 things. It might be new knowledge, it might be a new method but you MUST gain 3 things by the end. If you don’t my first challenge to you is to stalk me, hunt me down and make sure you get 3 things from me. Because I owe you 3 things! This is meant to help you. 
  • Blah blah this is who I am.
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    • 1. Tips for Success
      How To: Networking, Communities, and Resume Tips Presented By: Richard Harbridge
      Richard Harbridge
    • 2. Who Am I?
      Richard Harbridge
    • 18. More Important: Who Are You?
      • The Single Most Valuable Takeaway From Today Is…
      Knowing Your Value
      Which leads to…
      • Presenting Your Value
      • 19. Proving Your Value
      • 20. Improving Your Value
      Richard Harbridge
    • 21. Knowing Your Value
    • 22. Knowing Your Value
      • What are yourbiggest strengths?
      What are you good at? What do you enjoy doing?
      Richard Harbridge
    • 23. Knowing Your Value
      • What are your biggest weaknesses?
      What are you bad at? What do you dislike doing?
      Richard Harbridge
    • 24. Knowing Your Value
      • What Experience and Education do you possess?
      Richard Harbridge
    • 25. Knowing Your Value
      • What are your accomplishments? Achievements? Certifications?
      Richard Harbridge
    • 26. Knowing Your Value
      • How Much Should You Be Paid?
      Richard Harbridge
    • 27. Knowing Your Value
      • Tip #1: Your Value Changes
      Richard Harbridge
    • 28. Knowing Your Value
      • Tip #2: Comparisons Help Identify Value
      Richard Harbridge
    • 29. Knowing Your Value
      • Tip #3:
      Everyone Will Not Know Your Value
      Richard Harbridge
    • 30. Presenting Your Value
    • 31. Presenting Your Value
      • What are some ways we present our value?
      • 32. Resumes
      • 33. Cover Letters
      • 34. Referrals
      • 35. Letters of Reference
      • 36. Recommendations
      Richard Harbridge
    • 37. Presenting Your Value
      • Step 1 – Outline and Refine
      • 38. Positive Language
      • 39. Be Clear
      • 40. Be Targeted
      • 41. Does the Reader Care About This?
      • 42. Focus on What You Have (Skills vs Education vs Experience)
      Richard Harbridge
    • 43. Presenting Your Value
      Richard Harbridge
    • 51. Presenting Your Value
      • Step 2 – Add Creativity
      Richard Harbridge
    • 52. Presenting Your Value
      • Presentations?
      Richard Harbridge
    • 53. Presenting Your Value
      • YouTube?
      Richard Harbridge
    • 54. Presenting Your Value
      • PodCast or Audio Version?
      • 55. This can be added to your normal resume.
      • 56. Make it ‘accessible friendly’ – Stands out.
      Richard Harbridge
    • 57. Presenting Your Value
      • Make an Excel Version?
      • 58. Use Charts
      • 59. Use Graphs
      • 60. Make it more interesting /dynamic
      Richard Harbridge
    • 61. Presenting Your Value
      • Mind Mapping?
      Richard Harbridge
    • 62. Presenting Your Value
      • IBIS Mapping?
      Richard Harbridge
    • 63. Presenting Your Value
      • Get Creative?
      Richard Harbridge
    • 64. Presenting Your Value
      • Tip #4: Have more than one ‘Resume’
      Richard Harbridge
    • 65. Presenting Your Value
      • Tip #5: Be Creative and Get Attention
      Richard Harbridge
    • 66. Presenting Your Value
      • Tip #6: Present Your Value in Many Different Ways
      Richard Harbridge
    • 67. Presenting Your Value
      • So now everyone knows your value. What next?
      Richard Harbridge
    • 68. Proving Your Value
    • 69. Proving Your Value
      • Record Your Accomplishments
      • 70. Be Proud Of Your Accomplishments
      • 71. Never Stop Presenting Your Value in New and Better Ways
      • 72. Ask for Recommendations
      • 73. Ask for Referrals
      Richard Harbridge
    • 74. Proving Your Value
      • Tip #7: Always Ask For Recommendations and Referrals
      Richard Harbridge
    • 75. Improving Your Value
    • 76. Improving Your Value
      • It is always harder to improve a weakness than it is to improve a strength.
      So spend more time improving strengths.
      Richard Harbridge
    • 77. Improving Your Value
      • Tip #8: Improve Strengths
      Richard Harbridge
    • 78. Improving Your Value
      • What is a big part of your value?
      Who You Know
      Which really is a result of…
      • Putting Yourself Out There
      • 79. Networking
      • 80. Building Relationships
      • 81. Etc…
      Richard Harbridge
    • 82. Improving Your Value
      • Tip #9: Improve Your Value Through Relationships
      Richard Harbridge
    • 83. Improving Your Value
      • Tip #10: Always Be Soft Recruiting
      Recruitment Companies also make for wonderful friends.
      Richard Harbridge
    • 84. Improving Your Value
      Richard Harbridge
    • 89. Improving Your Value
      • Step 2 – Get Involved
      • 90. Share Business Cards (be creative)
      • 91. Connect with People Before and After
      • 92. Contribute
      Richard Harbridge
    • 93. Tips for Success
      • Tip #1: Your Value Changes
      • 94. Tip #2: Comparisons Help Identify Value
      • 95. Tip #3: Everyone Will Not Know Your Value
      • 96. Tip #4: Have More Than One ‘Resume’
      • 97. Tip #5: Be Creative and Get Attention
      • 98. Tip #6: Present Your Value in Many Different Ways
      • 99. Tip #7: Always Ask For Recommendations and Referrals
      • 100. Tip #8: Improve Strengths
      • 101. Tip #9: Improve Your Value Through Relationships
      • 102. Tip #10: Always Be Soft Recruiting
      Richard Harbridge
    • 103. Thank You!
      Let’s talk, and/or tweet!
      • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/rharbridge
      • 104. LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/rharbridge
      Send me your emails, and let me know your feedback!
      • Email me at: harbrich@hotmail.com
      • 105. Let me know if you have more questions!
      Richard Harbridge

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