You need a resume to open doors. And while I understand the urge to just have someone do it for you, you are better off writing it yourself.
Nobody can write about the things you have done, like you can.
You just need to know the new rules of resume writing, get some inspiration, follow a proven process and get some encouragement. I would love to do that for you.
The beautiful thing about writing your own resume is that you own and know your career story and the words. It becomes easier for you to talk about your skills in an interview, while networking, or on LinkedIn, when you write your resume yourself.
Writing a resume isn't that hard to do. The hard part is when you start to question what to include, what format to use, and what the expectations are.
Would you like to know that stuff without asking six different sources?
Would you like to have a clear and simple process, one so perfect that creating it only takes a few days?
I've put this program together to help you do exactly that.
It's called Resume Bootcamp.