As I posted last week, I had back surgery 1 week ago, and it feels like success! This is first and foremost. I have my LIFE back! Soon, I need to redo the resume and find a real job. My broken body has been forcing me to take a position that is well below my true abilities, but that's about to change. Now I have some challenges before me: 1. I'm 53. It's not time to turn me out to pasture yet, but a spring chicken I'm not. 2. I'm geographically limited. I farm part time with my Dad here, and will eventually take over our (smallish) operation. I can't take the land with me. 3. The economy. Not a big concern here, at least not yet. Unemployment is very low. Now, the resume'. It's time to do it again. I look up "resume' trends" and I get "blah, blah, blah branding, blah, initialization, blah,customized implementation process. blah, customer performance tracking, blah blah industry analysis, assigned projects. blah, blah...." Yeah. While I have done that stuff, my problem is that it isn't me. I like to network. I talk to real people. I find out what they are and what they do. I like to keep it real. I love working with younger folks. They have the fire most guys my age do not. And I don't want to build myself up to be something I'm not. I'm layin' myself open to constructive criticism, guys. Show me how to do a resume'.