The problem with this world is not enough problem solvers. So, if you become a problem solver, you become rich.” Robert KiyosakiLet me tell you a story.I met a lady in January who asked me to tell her if her dressing looks formal for a job interview. I am cautious about who I talk to because of my values. If you know me personally, I hardly engage in conversation with people I don’t know, lol, but I went on to help here.Yes, I informed her that her dressing is okay; I once helped a recruiter in my previous job(although I did not mention this). They check your dressing; however, when you address the interview questions correctly, and they see the value, yes value, trust me, you get hired on the spot.She was like, hmmm, interesting! She asked for my number, and I told her I would take her email instead. We had other conversations here and there, and she was like, wow, you sound like a manager. I said thank you for the compliment. I received her email that evening.I told my hubby, and I informed my new coach. The lady sent me her resume to help critique it. Initially, I thought you could charge for this, but I remembered my coach’s words, build credibility, do not focus on money, yet. So, I critiqued her resume and emailed it back to her. I also made a video on youtube about creating an outstanding resume for individuals looking to get a job offer. She messaged back and told me I have subscribed to your channel! Guess what? The reviews from that video are mind-blowing. I don’t know who will read this, but utilize your skills, you may see it as small or irrelevant, but you’re meeting a need in this world when you bring your uniqueness to the world.Watch the video where I critique a resume; I also tell you proven strategies that worked for me.