“What are you doing for others?”
It strikes me that this isn’t only a central question for your life.
It’s also the central question that your resume must answer.
What are you doing for others?
What can you do for me, my team, my company, my customers?
Anyone reading your resume has this question in mind, consciously or not. Any employer is far more interested in learning what you can do for them than what you want from them.
What you do for others is the heart of your resume–and your legacy.
What’s your answer?