February 1, 2016 – 5 Million Books Sold Martin Yate & Creating Habits Susan McIntire

Susan McIntire

February 1, 2016 – 5 Million Books Sold Martin Yate & Creating Habits Susan McIntire

 
Martin Yate – NY Times Bestseller, Executive Resume Writer and Career Coach 

Martin Yate

Martin Yate

Martin Yate has been a guest on the show four times before, and we enjoyed him so much, we keep asking him back. He is the author of the best selling Knock Em Dead series of career books, such as Knock ’em Dead 2015: The Ultimate Job Search Guide. He has been delivering advice and expertise to professionals for more than 30 years, helping them find jobs, write effective resumes and cover letters, and reach their career goals. He also works one-on-one with clients through his professional resume writing, LinkedIn profile development, and career coaching services. His career management strategies have a proven record of helping professionals design and find success with SEO and ATS-compatible resumes that get the attention of recruiters and hiring personnel.

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Susan McIntire – Habit Guru and CEO at SusanMcIntire.com

Susan McIntire

Susan McIntire

Susan McIntire is a habits guru. She uses her skills and experience to morph between factual telling and storytelling. Susan uses stories to teach you ideas that may otherwise hard to absorb, and in doing so, helps craft narratives of your own that get results. She strikes a balance between art and business development. She honed her marketing and licensing skills with organizations like Oscar Mayer, the Olympic Games, Subway, NBA, and Disney, she also has handled sales to JCPenney, Wal-Mart, and Target. Susan is a life-long communicator. At seven, she wrote to the Ft. Myers News Press, asking to write children’s news. In high school she was a paid contributing writer to The St. Petersburg Times. A tech-lover, her current pastime is writing “If this then that” programs for her Pebble watch. But today, she is with us to share her success secrets for forming good habits, something all entrepreneurs need greatly!
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