:yuck:I finally faced the reality that we need more income...especially steady income since my hubby insists on the kids going to private schools. I bit the bullet and dug up my old resume. Yikes it's from 1990! Last month I bought the special paper and have since lost my resume. But, I did find my diploma...Hah! I graduated Magna Cum Laude w/ my little degree of associate of science in business. Sadly, not knowing that shows how immature I was back then. (won't put that in resume) I've been with PC for almost 11 years, a director for around 8 years, earned TPC in personal sales 6 of the 7 least years, earned a trip every year and I'm on a committe w/PC. I know I have lots of skills that might be important to an employer, but I don't have a clue which one's will scream hire her...or might say "no". I know I need to get this finished, but I love what I do and I'm resisting change! Now that I finally committed to working(PC doesn't always feel like work) I must be more confident because all of a sudden I am recruiting and having insane sales! I have recruited 2 amazing people this week. One is a past director that quit 10 years ago and she has 4 solid recruit leads! The other is a psychic I met 3 months ago(but didn't know she was really a psychic until late last night when my guests swore she is - for real). She called me about 2 hours before I did her friends show yesterday saying she wants to sign up. We are now doing her kick off party tomorrow! Even though she wouldn't be at last night's party I offered her all of those bookings. But when I went there the host said she has decided to become a consultant! I told her to sign up under Debi. She said she is and "Debi just called to say she was a consultant and that I was to sign up under her." and "She didn't know I was even interested." I laughed and said Debi tells me she's psychic...that's when it got interesting... ... because 3 months ago Debi told me she didn't see good energy with the company that I was excited about interviewing with...and I should put all of my energy into the Pampered Chef because it will really be taking off if I do. Last night as I was leaving for my show I received a callback for an interview from this same awesome company! Here is my real delimma: If I work for this company I can only sell Pampered Chef until January. I understand them wanting a 100% of my attention. The pay is killer - plus commission. But, I have focused so hard on rebuilding my business these last months. Maybe I'm finally ready to promote to a new level and leave the eternal director status(and worry of dropping my status) behind! I have a team that I love! Can I really focus on them 100%? Can I finally help them reach their dreams and at the same time make the steady income that my family needs? On paper this is a no-brainer. Make a great impression, get the job, make double the $ of my best year w/PC and have normal 8:00AM-5:00PM hours. I love this prospective company's ethics, costs and product. I believe in it. But what a lifestyle change! What if I can't do what is needed every month and they let me go? Ahhhhhhh!!!! I know I should use common sense and not let someone else influence my decision. Maybe, I'm I hearing what I want and finding excuses not to make a change. So, instead of trying to type up a resume...I'm sitting here knowing that either way change is around the corner. I really do need resume help. The links that I've found just have suggestions. I'm frozen and feel like a dork. Eeek! Any suggestions? Any tips? Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh!