Do you find yourself sweating when trying to write your resume? Are you racking your brain, trying to remember what you did in your last few jobs? One tip to avoid this in the future is when you are working, keep a “me” file. This is a file or folder where you keep track of projects you’ve worked on and “wins” along the way. Some of my clients also keep copies of accolades they receive through out the year. This is also a good place to keep copies of performance reviews and job descriptions. So in the event you need good data for your resume – you won’t have to sweat it.
About the Author: Karen Kodzik
Cultivating Careers was founded by Karen Kodzik, a Career Consultant who has worked with individuals in transition for over 13 years. Karen meets professionals at various points on their career path and works with them to gain a clearer sense of where they want to take their careers. Karen Kodzik holds a Masters Degree in Counseling with an emphasis in Career Development. Karen couples seasoned counseling skills with a solid business acumen. She has coached and consulted various levels of professionals across industries to successfully reaching that next point in their career.