Pay attention to the details, but do not lose sight of the big picture. It is easy to get bogged down in frustration, self pity, the mechanics of sending out a resume, and more importantly being a follower in the current, think of a piece of wood in the ocean that drifts from location to location with the current. That is a practice that usually does not work. You want to control events, not let events control you.
Impress recruiters and employers. Contact them. Be the master of your field and what employers want. Work on minuses and market plusses.
Most important, remember, when you are on the phone and especially out on an interview, the person at the other end of the table will pay attention to everything. If you are lying about something, they may not know exactly what it is you are lying about, but they will know something is off. This statement applies to much more than the technical stuff, but rather everything. Employers hire the whole person, not a computer.
Jobfish will help you prepare and be all that you can be. Jobfish will help you be organized, better attuned to the answers, when conversing, and most importantly give you a framework for effectively finding your new career. Do not worry, Jobfish is flexible to work the way that you do as well.