With all the resolutions and habits we may succeed or fail at this year, I have one suggestion that you should be able to accomplish in under one hour. Take the time to update your resume and bio, but start with your LinkedIn profile. By the time you've finished, you'll be able to copy and paste all of it into the traditional, tree-killing form.
LinkedIn has digitized and opened your resume for the world to see. Whether you think you'll never need a job again, or that your work history should be private, it really doesn't matter anymore. If you're the CEO of an organization (or the founder) then guess what - this is free advertising.
Once more, there is a term that recruiters use, and that's called Passive Recruiting. The idea is that you may not know that your dream job is looking for you. If your LinkedIn profile looks like your resume - that it hasn't been touched in five years - then dream jobs stay dreams!
I now know that for my organization, Andson, our best intern-level recruit is a college student, that has an interest in his/her community, and currently or previously has experience as a bank teller. We have spent time researching, and these combined yield the greatest number of candidates that fit our vision.
Starting with your LinkedIn profile makes things more fun too. "Stalk" some of your peers, see what their profiles look like. If your peers' profiles are terrible too, look at LinkedIn Influencer's accounts. Portray the rich history of work experiences that you all have. It's the only way companies and people get to know you. How many of us are upset when we receive a poorly designed or structured resume from a candidate? Now, when is the last time you actually updated your own?
Not strongly portraying ourselves - including our strengths and character for peers, followers, and that possible dream company - is something we need to put an end to in 2015.