Clinton, Michigan (PressExposure) August 22, 2008 -- Professional Resume Writer, Barb Witt has a professional background in executive administrative support. Faced with a desire to stay home with her newborn son nearly 9 years ago, Barb made the transition to entrepreneur. She researched and studied resume writing, fell in love with the process and opened Administrative Concepts.
"Being an encouragement to people during a stressful yet pivotal point is such an honor.", says Barb.
Upon welcoming the birth of another son, Barb and her husband Kalin, decided to advertise by word of mouth only while the children were young. Soon after came son number three and a baby girl. Now with four children, Barb runs a small handbag design company, Excess Baggage, Inc. and has rekindled her love for resume writing. This time with a twist!
"Perhaps I don't have to be hired as the writer", explains Barb "maybe I can teach others how to find the confidence to write their own. Along the lines of the teach a man to fish idea."
Barb's new approach is straight forward without the fluff, filler or vagueness. In her new eBook "references provided upon request" Barb encourages the reader to spend the majority of their efforts in reflection and research not just typing a list of past responsibilities.
"I really want people to walk away with the information they need to get started on their career path. Without having to spend hours in misdirected research or loads of cash buying books that don't apply to their situation." says Barb.
"references provided upon request" is straightforward and to the point advice outlining specific tasks the reader can accomplish as they work their way to a final resume. Included are sections on goals, education, strategy and formatting and all with an undertone of encouragement to stay in the 'job transition game' and not to give up.
Witt also maintain this philosophy in her blog contributions at [http://www.admin-concepts.blogspot.com].
"If someone allocates even a portion of their day to read my blog then I really want to make it worth their time. The topics I write about are situations I've experienced first hand either professionally or personally. It is my hope that my audience can relate and take something away even if it's only an encouraging word." says Barb.
"Helping build up individuals navigating their career transition in order that they may realize a sense of accomplishment and achieve their goals is what I'm all about", she continues, "and I hope my effort through my new eBook, Blog and website are a testimony to that."
In the future, Barb will continue to offer ideas and strategies on her website [http://www.admin-concepts.com] and through freelance articles. Barb continues to stay at home with her four children ages 8, 6, 4 and 2.