Resumés are a key instrument in helping project managers both land their next job and advance their career. Too often, however, even the most accomplished project manager fails to create a resumé that appropriately outlines their talents and accomplishments. This article outlines several questions that project managers should ask themselves when writing their resumé and reflecting on their career. It describes the difference between resumés that hiring officers toss aside and those that command attention and generate job interviews. It also suggests how project managers can most effectively and most truthfully represent their professional contributions.