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The Unmistakable Creativity Hour | Give People A Reason To Find You Interesting

In today's episode, we'll be discussing the disadvantage of resumes and the advantages of building a body of work. Most people think that having a great resume is the key to success but that's no longer the case. In today's world, it's all about building a body of work that showcases your skills and talents. What can you do to set yourself apart from the competition? Well, one of the best ways to stand out is to start building a portfolio of your own work. This can include anything from writing articles, creating videos or podcasts, or even building websites. By doing this, you'll not only show potential employers that you're capable of producing great work, but you'll also be able to demonstrate your skills and talents.

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