Putting together a resume can be a daunting experience—some people may feel uncomfortable with their level of job experience or education, and others may not know how to start organizing their resume to put their best foot forward. Simplicity, honesty, and an eye towards what your potential employer is looking for are good guiding principles, but there are a few other things you can do to make sure your resume won’t end up in the circular file.
Resume writing is about constantly improving the look and quality of the document. Here are some tips on how to be an excellent resume writer, and how to get a chance at your dream job.
Memoirs are a non-fiction account about one’s life story. There is no room for inaccuracies, or embellishments in an author’s memoirs. We tell our story as it is, not the way we want others to perceive us. We do not fabricate information and details of events to make our memoirs more enticing to our reading audience. Most authors of non-fictional literature have gone to great lengths to verify the authenticity of their facts. That is the nature of non-fiction writing. However, James Frey failed to write his account in an accurate, factual manner. So why didn’t James do it?
Chaos and confusion come when established rules and procedures are not followed. Even mixing and matching systems to favor one’s own position can cause a great deal of consternation. In writing a book, the first rule is to know and understand why you want to write in the first place.
Whether you are aiming for publication or whether you just want to write down your stories for your children and grandchildren isn’t important. The technique will help you to recall your life stories.
Ethical and intellectual ideas bubble to the surface of well-told stories populated by believable heroes with carefully chosen character traits that obey story needs (and not an author’s superimposed agenda).