Four Steps to Transition to a Global Development CareerSeptember 14, 2020
You might not be a star at physics, geometry, or history but the good news is you can find a job where you never have to use those subjects again. Instead of being hyper-focused on your weaknesses, hone in on the things that are brag-worthy.
Ronda Ansted, founder of Be the Change Career Consulting, recommends writing down at least 20 of your strengths.
“Once you know what they are, think about what you’ve done using those strengths. Include your accomplishments on your resume, not just a list of duties and responsibilities,” says Ansted.