“Money skills” are the one area of the Special Skills section of your resume that can fill your piggy bank faster than anything else. Don’t panic yet - we’re not referring to balancing your checkbook, knowing your account numbers, or budgeting for your business of being a talent. Most talent find these qualities -- although very important – tedious and painful.
“Money skills” however aren’t anything more than the industry skill sets that make you truly specialized in being a talent. They are those skills most frequently in demand by clients. If you have them, you will not only be more likely to get the job, but also able to command premium rates!
Experience and training with teleprompter, ear prompter, green screen, and hosting would all be examples of “money skills”. Listing these qualifications on your resume confirms you as a well-crafted, up-to-date talent.
If reading that last paragraph causes your stomach to tremble and your confidence to be shaken, take some deep breaths and then know that acquiring these trade skills can be as simple as signing up for coaching! Like any trade, practice with a master in these arts will boost your confidence back to where you want it and beef your resume up to where clients will notice!