Let’s go back in time, quite a long while ago in fact.I first started thinking about the idea of writing a CV book around five years ago. The main reason for this was primarily because people (including clients, colleagues and other career sector professionals) kept telling me that what I was doing was new and radical and that others would want to know about it.

For my part, I knew that my pioneering CV writing methods worked, and got results. Significantly, one of the main reasons why I write CVs in the first place is because I genuinely do like helping people, and I do get a lot of job satisfaction when clients tell me that I help them get a better job, and that they wouldn’t have been able to do it without my help.

A book was very appealing, because whilst I do enjoy helping clients, and have lost count of all the CVs I have written over the years, at the end of the day I only have one pair of hands, and can only write one CV at the time. With a book, on the other hand, I had the potential to help more people – a great many more.

If that isn’t motivation, I don’t know what is.

Paul (182 Posts)

Paul , top UK CV specialist, head of leading firm CV Succeed, and author of the most pioneering CV book in decades, The One Page CV (published by top career sector publishers Pearson Education).

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