Workshop alert : Selling the Story of YOU

Posted by Joanne | August 17th, 2020 | Blog

Super excited to announce that I’ll be hosting a storytelling workshop this coming Thursday at 11am (EST) with the HerVana Co-Working Collective in Vancouver

Click the link for more information and to register.

Looking forward to seeing and connecting with you all!

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Are you inspired by all the stories of entrepreneurs overcoming MASSIVE obstacles but think “ugh I don’t have anything interesting to share?⁣⁠”


We ALL have something to talk about that can engage, inspire or impress people⁣⁠. Yes, you have a unique story to tell.

⁣⁠As a resume strategist, Joanne M. Brathwaite, founder of @bangresumeworksca takes client resumes from ho-hum to “hire me!” by revising and refining the story of their careers, and positioning them in their best professional light.


Join us Thursday as Joanne provides us with tips to tell a story that compels prospective clients to take action on everything from following us on social media to buying our products or services.

We’re excited for the opportunity for Joanne to lead us through the how to’s of creating a narrative for your business that gets clients to take notice, and take action.

Bang! Resume Works offers personal and professional development initiatives that foster and encourage growth through targeted content, curated services and workshops to help you gain confidence, navigate the workplace, and #winatworkDon’t forget to subscribe to the BRW newsletter to get updates on content, online courses and workshops. 

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