I’ve been brushing up my CV. This is largely an academic exercise since i love my job and have no reason to believe I am at risk at present. Still I haven’t written one since I started in transport, most of my working life ago, back when it consisted of education and such skills as ‘fax, file, photocopy, audio typing’. I figured it’s time I took a look at my CV now I have ten years in transport behind me.
I have included Alt.Fiction and event management, because the tie in to project management is obvious. I have not yet found a way to introduce some of my other proudest moments as part of a project managers CV. If you have any ideas how I can turn these items into professional assets i’d be interested to hear them. ;p
Ok, here are the things that don’t quite fit on my professional CV. Have at it my darlings:
Jadi Tention (world class kickboxer) called me a warrior.
I can take a hell of a beating and keep attacking, earning me fighter of the month recently.
I lost nearly 8 stone and a husband all in the same year and I rocked it.
I can kick you in the face if you are 5ft 10 or less.
I am fearless leader of unbound, unbound video editions & the Girls Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse.
I have had my baking described as ‘godbaking’ and it has a cult following.
So, come on, how do I turn those into professional assets. ;p
And here is a picture of the ginger cat.