Over the weekend, following a friend’s feedback, I updated my CV before my mass wave of applications for my summer internship in a psychiatric clinic (YES! So exciting !!!) A simple task, which was to mention the “education” section before the “work experience”, unexpectedly became contemplating on the steps that I had taken and the current validity of some of the stated details and explanations. Funny to see how some accomplishments, skills became almost oblivious. I cannot deny that I learned so much over my three years of corporate experience, but at the end most of it was a word salad and rhetoric. Although those can be very useful (in almost any business), I prefer content over a polished ways of stating common sense. So, at the end, my CV is much shorter now. I am sure the “straight-to-the-point” version will be friendlier and more effective.