We tend to worry too much about blank spots on our resume instead of focusing on our large body of work.
Instead, what if we focused on:
What is the arc of the change you seek to make?
How are you doing it?
What if instead of a resume you could show someone your portfolio of all the designs you have made or a blog with 2,000 consecutive posts about your insights or how about a list of referrals of the last 100 customers you worked with.
Much better than spending our time fixing the typos on your resume.
When we can build a narrative of how we are making a difference, every day, regardless of what our resume says, we have a better chance of being seen.
Producing over polishing.