Résumés are Boring

In my view, most résumés are written only to benefit the writer, not to enlighten the reader. So I’ll skip that whole process and just tell you what I’m all about.

I’m only interested in one thing – helping people make more sales with less effort, and have more fun doing it.

But for those few who find such things interesting, I have been in the trenches, directly or indirectly involved as a senior advisor, senior sales consultant and marketing consultant for companies in locations in locations as diverse as Geneva, Switzerland to Shanghai, China and all throughout all the major cities in America.

Curriculum Vitaé

Here is a partial of the cities where I’ve visited while being actively involved in various professional sales consulting activities over the past twenty-five years.

Atlanta, GA

Belgium, DE

Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg)

Boston, MA

Chicago, IL

Costa Mesa, CA

Dallas, TX

Denver, CO

Geneva, Switzerland

Irvine, CA

London, England

Los Angeles, CA

Munich, DE

Newton, NH

New York, NY

Orange County, CA

Pleasanton, CA

Portland, OR

Renton, Wash. DC

Seattle, WA

San Jose, CA

Shanghai, China

Sophia Antipolis, France

Toluca Lake, CA

Zurich, SZ

As the Senior Executive Vice President for ten years at a high-tech, business-to-business international marketing corporation. My position held bottom line responsibility which ultimately resulted in a 700% increase in gross revenues during my employment.

I was responsible for opening sales offices worldwide, hiring, staffing and training senior staff members as well as on-going training and coaching of the senior sales staff. The cities where I opened offices are as follows:

Denver, CO

Dallas, TX

Chicago, IL

New York, NY

Boston, MA

Washington, DC,

Atlanta, GA

San Jose, CA,

Irvine, CA,

Sophia Antipolis, Nice, France

Geneva, SZ

Shanghai, China

Chengdu, China

My position as a consultant with various companies included senior sales consultant, coaching, executive and managerial training, advice and help as needed for the senior executives of several companies. An important part of my job was to hire, train, supervise and manage top salesmen and women in offices around the country.

My company, Corporate Development International, maintained offices in Los Angeles, CA, and Geneva, SZ. Activities included servicing domestic and international businesses over a period of twelve years with strategic and tactical counseling services.

In addition to my most recent book, I am widely considered an expert in the APPLIED KNOWLEDGE of sales technology. I have written many sales articles for magazines and E-zines reprinted worldwide. A few of the magazines that have featured my writings: Entrepreneur Magazine, Sales Doctors Magazine, Sales and Marketing Magazine, Sharp Stream E-zine, SalesVault E-zine, and many others.

I have worked in the field of training and coaching sales reps and conducting sales seminars for over twenty-five years. I have also done extensive and exhaustive study and application in the area​ of human relationships area during this same period, a study continues to the present-day.

NATIONAL REGISTER’S WHO’S WHO IN EXECUTIVES & PROFESSIONALS has chosen Daniel W. Jacobs for inclusion in the year 2000 millennium edition.

The intent of NATIONAL REGISTER’S WHO’S WHO is to notify all who read this announcement that Mr. Jacobs has reached and maintained a very high level of recognizable success wishes to extend its personal congratulations for the stellar accomplishments in the field of senior sales consulting and sales writings. His best-selling book, “THE NATURAL LAWS OF SELLING” is regarded as one of the TOP THREE of all books on sales.

Only the included members receive the year 2000 edition of NATIONAL REGISTER’S WHO’S WHO IN EXECUTIVES & PROFESSIONALS. This year’s edition will be registered at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.


One Response to “Résumés are Boring”

  1. Wonderful blog! Do you have any suggestions for aspiring writers?
    I’m planning to start my own blog soon but I’m a little lost on everything.
    Would you suggest starting with a free platform
    like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many options out there that
    I’m completely overwhelmed .. Any suggestions? Kudos!

    Answer: I would definitely start with a free platform (WordPress is great) and get started. If you’ve got something to say, I would say only this: start! It can only get better. – Dan

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