1: The Five O'Clock Club Method of Job Search.
2: Getting Up to Speed.
3: Steps of the Job Search and the Results of Each Step.
4: Getting Interviews; Building Relationships.
5: Accomplishments: The Backbone of Your Story.
6: Elizabeth: What a Difference a Story Makes.
7: The Seven Stories Exercise® Worksheet.
8: Developing Your Résumé.
9: General Résumé Trends and Guidelines.
10: Maria: Not a Kid Anymore.
11: Andy: His Seven Stories Made the Difference.
12: How to State Your Accomplishments.
13: Start with Your Seven Stories.
14: How to Handle Consulting, Freelance, Temporary, or Unpaid Work.
15: The Steps to Follow in Developing Your Résumé.
16: Writing the Summary at the Top of Your Résumé.
17: Elliott: Getting Back into a Field He Loved.
18: Sample Summary Statements.
19: Electronic Résumés, Online Company Applications, Answering Ads Online, and Having Your Own Website.
20: Using the Internet as a Job-Search Tool.
21: Social Media: Using LinkedIn to Advance Your Career.
22: Résumés for Making a Career Change.
23: Carol: Moving Toward Her Dream.
24: Howard: Repositioned for a New Industry.
25: Stephen: Moving from Nonprofit to For-Profit.
26: Alana: Making a Major Career Change.
27: J. E. Bean: Cashing in on Volunteer Work.
28: Paul: He Thought He Was Making a Career Change.
29: Résumés for Executives.
30: Donald: Repositioned into a New Industry.
31: Louis: Making the Jump from a Technical Role to Executive Management.
32: Tom: What Did He Really Do?.
33: David: Handled His Fear of Discrimination.
34: Martin: Is a One-Page Résumé Better?.
35: Norman: Hiding His Most Recent Job.
36: Janet: Changing Her Job Title; Downplaying Too Many Jobs.
37: Shana: Even Attorneys Use the Five O'Clock Club Approach.
38: Helen: Résumé Looked like Every Other Executive's.
39: Résumés for Managers and High-Level Professionals.
40: Jessie: Pulling Together Her Background to Move Up.
41: Sara: Overcoming Her Background.
42: Richard: His Experience Was Hidden.
43: Philippe: Needed Two Résumés for Two Very Different Targets.
44: George: Positioned for a New Field after Retirement.
45: Various Résumés for Managers and Professionals.
46: CVs for Those in Education, Government, and Other Fields That Require a CV.
47: Harold: In a Government Job; Aiming for a Promotion.
48: Heba: Her “CV” for a Job in Education.
49: Résumés for Lower-Level Professionals.
50: For Junior-Level Employees: A Summary Makes the Difference.
51: Résumés for People with Nothing to Offer.
52: Before and after Résumés for Someone in College.
53: Résumé Checklist: How Good Is Your Résumé?.
54: Quotes to Inspire You.
55: Résumé Checklist: How Good Is Your Résumé?.
56: There's No Reason to Lie on Your Résumé: Just Reposition Yourself Honestly and Punch-Up Your Achievements.
57: What Is the Five O'Clock Club? “Where Professional Success Gets Personal Attention”.
58: How to Join the Club.
59: Questions You May Have about the Weekly Job-Search Strategy Group.
60: When Your Employer Pays.
61: The Way We Are.
62: Lexicon Used at the Five O'Clock Club.
63: Membership Application.
About the Author.
About the Five O'Clock Club and the “Fruytagie” Canvas.