Win free life coaching sessions when you submit your CV today

04 Oct 2018

  • How can I join the contest?

Read the following CV writing guidelines and write your CV accordingly. Email your CV to us at:

  • When is the deadline for accepting CVs?

We will start accepting CVs from today until Thursday 18th October 2018.

  • When will the winners be announced?

The winners will be announced a week after the deadline, on Thursday 25th October.

  • How many winners will we have?

After reviewing the CVs, 3 winners will be chosen. The 3 winners will get free life coaching sessions for a month.

  • How are the winners picked?

Winners are chosen based on the instructions provided below. We will choose the best 3 CV templates.

  • How to know that you have won the contest?

Once we announce the winners, you will be notified via email to brief you about the next steps.

  • Who will provide the life coaching sessions?

Yasiek is a life coach from Berlin. He has been providing life coaching services for a couple of years. In 2014, Yasiek decided to change his life completely, from staircase cleaning to one of the successful global startups. His mission is to unlock the human potential. As someone with such an impressive background and experience, he will be more than happy to support you and help you achieve your goals.

  • What are the formatting tips for writing a CV?

In order to create the best CV template, you should follow the guidelines below:

Margins: Should be one inch.

Line spacing: Single line spacing.

Font: 10-12 point Sans Serif or Serif font.

  A standard CV comprises four main sections:

·      Contact information

·      Experience

·      Education

·      Skills

At the top page of your CV, put your name as the title of the CV, then put your picture and contact details.

Your contact details should include: your address, Email, telephone number, and LinkedIn profile. Your LinkedIn profile is optional. Only add it if it’s up-to date and will provide relevant information to employers.

Experience and educational background:

If you are a fresh graduate or a student with little to no experience, best to put your education first, then put your part-time jobs, internships, or extra curricular activities second. Use a chronological order, with the most recent experience/education first.

State your job title, company name, employment period and summaries your roles and achievements.


  A skill section should be either

·      Last section, after your experiences


·      First section, after your contact information

  Additional sections:

  • Hobbies and Interests

  • Certifications

  • Awards

  • Foreign Languages

You should list all your certificates, languages, interests and hobbies, especially if you are a fresh grad.

Finally, save your CV in a Microsoft Word format and email it to "".

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