Handling Client Revisions to Resume Drafts (Forum Excerpt)

There’s nothing worse than putting all your energy into creating the perfect resume draft for your client and then having the whole project derail over the fine-tuning revision process.

How do you get them to follow directions? 

How do you keep them on schedule? 

How do you get to a win-win without losing precious time? 

These types of questions plague professional resume writers! Luckily, one of them happened to ask her colleagues for suggestions just last week on the CDI member forum, which resulted in the great advice below.

The CDI member forums are a great place to get your questions answered and to gain support from your colleagues. To illustrate this, here’s the forum discussion and links to additional CDI resources on the topic:

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Additional CDI Resources (Free for Members)

There are some great CDI materials on client control to check out as well:

Client Information Control and Boundary Setting (Best Practice Tips) >>

Resume Data Mining: Client Information Gathering & Control (Audio) >>

Resume Writing: Strategies for Client Interviews (Best Practice Tip) >>

Setting Boundaries with Clients (Best Practice Tip) >>

Train Your Clients Not to Dog On Your Business – Boundaries (Core Lesson) >>

Setting Boundaries with Clients So You Can Pay the Bills (Audio) >>

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