Why should you pay someone to assess your resume against a job announcement when you can do it yourself? All you have to do is align the four sections of a resume with the five circles of a target. After assessing your "Shot Group" you will know immediately how to
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The Battlefield Resume Methodology way!
Become a "Battlefield Hacker"
What is Battlefield Hacker?
In Battlefield Resume Methodology a Job Announcement is called a "battlefield." I will teach you how to leverage your military knowledge and experience to decipher federal government and federal contracting job announcements (aka: the battlefield). Learn how to use your military knowledge to develop a powerful winning strategy that will give you an advantage over other applicants! Decipher the hiring process, analyze the job announcement, and develop a winning strategy...
this is what we call "Battlefield Hacking."
After you learn the Battlefield Resume Methodology, you will literally want to call yourself a BATTLEFIELD HACKER. Being a Battlefield Hacker means that you have a passion to "cracking the code" on the federal hiring process and are willing to help other Veterans, Spouse, and Patriots do the same. A BATTLEFIELD HACKER looks at the hiring process as a challenge, as their competition, and as a game they enjoy defeating!
Embrace the Game! Learn the Game! Win the Game!
What does Battle Hardened mean in the "Civilian World"? In Battlefield Resume Methodology I use the term to describe those who have applied to hundreds of federal government jobs without success. A Battlefield Hardened individual is an applicant who has applied to federal jobs repeatedly, sometimes receiving a "referred" message and oftentimes receiving a "not qualified" message. Furthermore, A Battlefield Hardened individual is someone who has applied to a federal job and received a message from an HR office that was too confusing to decipher and, therefore, could not determine if they had or had not been referred! I understand what you have been through and I have the battle scars to prove it.
I want to change the game...and NEED YOUR HELP!
Unlike the average resume writer, I actually apply to federal government and federal contracting jobs throughout the year in order to maintain my currency and to make sure my methodology (The BRM) is sound and reputable. As a current example, in just the month of April 2017, I was referred to 3 federal jobs for which I personally applied. And, I was asked to be interviewed for each! I confess...applying to federal jobs is addicting to me. Why, you might ask? Because I treat it like a game! Some people play video games, some people watch TV, some people do yard work...
I apply to federal jobs.
My belief is such that I, or anyone else, should give another person advice if we have not gone through the trenches ourselves and come out successful. How many times have you been given advice from someone who has never applied to a job in that industry?
Here is a challenge for you: The next time you talk with a “resume expert,” ask them this question: "When was the last time you actually applied to a federal job and was referred to the job for which you applied? After they stutter and take offense to your question, call me at 1-888-207-2716 and ask me the same question!
I only challenge you to ask this question because I'm confident enough to answer it myself. I learned this way of doing things in the military. As an OCS commissioned Officer, I pride myself in “getting my hands” dirty and doing manual labor that leads to mission success. I pride myself in helping you understand the federal hiring system, and it’s shortfalls, so you can achieve mission success. I know you can do it, you just need an expert to show you how. You need someone who has been there, done it, and wants to show you the way, so you can show others their way.