Three things you can do to improve your resume
- On page 126, Wes writes that, “The expectations that others place on us form our expectations of ourselves.” What does this quote mean and how does it speak to the importance of personal and public accountability? How does your resume reflect the expectations you have for yourself?
- Building upon your strengths and overcoming your shortcomings, brainstorm three things you can do to improve your resume. For each example, consider the following a) what are the steps you need to take, b) what/who are the resources and support systems you will need to accomplish this, and c) when do you plan to complete this task?
- On page 133, Wes writes that Colonel Murphy left Valley Forge for cancer treatment and said, “When it is time for you to leave this school, leave your job, or even leave this earth, you make sure you have worked hard to make sure it mattered you were ever here.” As you start your college journey, what will you do “to make sure it mattered you were ever here”? Identify at least three ways you will make your time here matter. Explain a) what steps you need to take and b) what resources and support systems you will need to accomplish this.
- On page 179, Wes writes, “…We make decisions based on what we see in that limited world and follow the only model available.” Do you agree or disagree with his quote? Consider your own strengths and shortcomings. How does this quote apply to your own experience in