Michael Bluemling, Jr. | Six Strengths to Help Veterans Stand Out
Michael Bluemling, Jr., is a former Sergeant of Soldiers and author of "Bridging the Gap from Soldier to Civilian," who overcame abuse to become a success story, after his transition from soldier to civilian. He shares his insight with fellow veterans, to help them through this arduous process, successfully.
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Six Strengths to Help Veterans Stand Out

Six Strengths to Help Veterans Stand Out

This video has some great tips that you can use to prepare yourself as a veteran in today’s business world. As a Veteran it is very important to follow these steps to help you land the job you are qualified for. Many times you may skip a simple step that could cost you a job that you really wanted to be considered for, because you failed to do the little things outside of having a quality resume. Once you get to the interview, in most cases, you are ready to be hired. Having a military background is an asset that you should use to your advantage.

Having the necessary skills to do the job is one thing, but also having the unique specialized training that veterans possess is an excellent point to make in your hiring process. Being a veteran gives you an advantage over your competitors, but only if you utilize your strengths during your application process. You have to let others know what you can do, and how you did it in the military. Being able to demonstrate your abilities in civilian terms is very important. Taking the extra steps will benefit you in the long run and also prepare you for your next employment opportunity.

Power of One specifically works with Veterans, organizations that support Veterans, and small to large corporations to help prepare them for future success through our highly effective motivational presentations. Veterans can be a huge addition to any employer looking to strengthen their ability to train their workforce for future positions within the company. Knowing how to utilize a veterans skills and abilities is very important. Power of One can help answer questions on how to do this both effectively and efficiently. Please give us a call today to set up a free consultation at 1-888-464-1811.

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