This sign appeared in front of a public library in a sleepy town in Vermont. Not every letter is perfectly straight.
Yet I remembered it.
The LinkedIn take-away: adding emphasis and color to anything you say in your profile and anything you produce to complement it, makes you geometrically more compelling and noticeable.
Your resume is not a demonstration of your enthusiasm, and it says nothing about your present and future as THE candidate for whatever you are seeking.
Your career story, told in your own words, I plus power verbs, past, present, future, is what makes your profile remarkable, memorable for the reader, enough to contact you to know more.
Don’t be dull. As I always say, wallflowers never get to dance.