Pleased to meet you.

I'm Claire Davis and as a Medical Sales Resume Strategist and Career Consultant with 15+ years of experience, I help clients land great roles with dream companies by leveraging the sales techniques they already know to fuel their career advancement.

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My business is intentionally small and I'm not for everyone.

I work with high-achieving, relationship-oriented, patient-first types who make it their business to win so patients and providers can, too.

The ones who know they are ready for a great next career move and want expert materials and white-glove, 1-on-1 guidance to get them there.

Who I'm not a great fit for:

  • Those still determining what they want to do next.
  • Those looking for a low-cost, automated, or worksheet/template service.
  • Those who desire longer-term career counseling.
  • Those looking for opportunities outside of Medical Sales or Sales.

If this is you, I'd be happy to refer you to some wonderful career and job search coaches I trust -- and we can still be friends on LinkedIn.

"You don't have to be great to start but you have to start to be great." -Zig Ziglar

What I'm saying is, YOU have everything you need, right now, to be brilliant on paper and in your interview --  and have the potential to make a bigger impact than ever before -- on your terms.


How three little words can change a career.

company. wide. layoff.

It happens on an idle Tuesday Zoom call.

Listen, there's never enough time to prepare for a layoff.

You may have two hours or two weeks to gather your things and sort through a career's-worth of email and industry contacts -- everything your next hiring manager is going to want to see -- or you may not.

It's an emotional, jarring, stressful scramble.

And even if you do cobble all your details together, what about the contacts you could have been networking with all along to further your own career goals?

On the other hand, the perfect position at your ideal company may arise and the hiring manager is ready to meet you at a moment's notice, but your dust-covered resume hasn't been updated for ten years.

We've all been there.

Ready to make a move with nothing but our resume standing in the way.

But after a successful career -- despite 4 layoffs in a row -- I developed a foolproof system to land every next role without stress or scrambling.

I call it my Traction Resume Triple S System, and it has helped hundreds of Medical Sales Leaders land roles they love in record time -- and without applying online.

So when is the perfect time to update your resume?

Glad you asked.

There are 3 Perfect Times.

1. When you're unemployed for whatever reason and looking to jump back into the medical sales arena.


2. When you're currently employed but have your eye on an ideal position with another company.


3. When you're happily employed but gunning for bigger opportunities, a senior management role, or to consult.


But when I'm not writing resumes...

🎸 Steely Dan and RHCP are definitely playing in my office.

🧥 I once helped a CEO land her biggest contract with a cream pant suit and tall glass of Diet Coke.

🐆🐆 It's likely one of my CFOs will be curled up on my desk during our Zoom call.

🌶️ I performed on a traveling jumprope team for 8 years.

💥 I'm passionate about helping Sales Leaders learn and grow their business through our LIVE Power Hour show every Thursday at 7am PST/10am EST (also feat. Erin Geiger, Matt Zaun, & Dan Mott).

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"We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give." -Sir Winston Churchill

If you're ready to give it your all to advance in medical sales and want a team behind you that can support and position you for that next big move -- it sounds like we're a great fit. Let's talk.


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