It is downright awkward to write your own resume.
One thing to remember......
Hiring managers want to know metrics, numbers, data, and how you achieved RESULTS for the organization.
Questions to help you to get the ball rolling......
1. Where did you achieve positive outcomes that exceeded expectations or metrics?
2. Where did you go above and beyond your job requirements?
3. What did you do that you’re proud of?
4. What did you do that you were praised or recognized for?
5. What problems did you solve?
6. What challenges did you overcome?
7. What made you so great at your job?
8. How did you stand out among your peers?
9. Where did you save money, increase revenue, or bring in new business?
10. Where did you complete something ahead of schedule?