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Storytelling: The Right Approach

The narrative should have a big idea in the beginning, followed by the conflict and the characters who are impacted. One can then describe the setting and add more characters. After fleshing out the conflict and creating suspense, one can end the story with a resolution.

Just by narrating the same facts which are already listed in your resume in a storytelling format, one can influence the recruiter.

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