Oof how to make the most out of, or savs your book isn't going to be my forte as like I said I luckily stopped myself just before joining sales, but I'd guess you should determine your next move, and if It's to say another broker, try to carry that book over with you. I actually have a friend that recently left Pilot to do brokered sales and is loving it, but she's also entirely salary so I'm sure that's a good chunk of the reason why. Maybe the answer is to find a broker that doesn't work off commission, or only as bonuses etc. If you have a decent book of business built, and not much else as a fall back option, it's hard for me to advocate you leaving the industry entirely when almost any broker would suck dick to get you with them and away from your employer. As far as making it sound good on your resume, over exaggerate the volume of loads you deal with, or otherwise exaggerate your own efforts/skills in relation to handling them, but if you're OK with staying in the industry I'd just focus on highlighting that you come with a book of business.