You're probably way ahead of me on this one. So, I'm not going to bother you with a lengthy explanation.
Now add your skills under the "Me" column of all your sheets. Be sure to list them next to wherever you'll find them already under the "Them" column.
Wherever there are gaps in the "Me" column, those are skills you probably should have, but don't yet. What are your plans to get those skills? Be prepared to address those plans if they come up in an interview.
Wherever you've got skills that match the skills listed in the "Them" column, those are skills that one way or the other need to make it to your resume.
As you review your lists, you may discover that you've jotted skills down in the "Them" column that you took for granted and didn't put on your resume and wouldn't have normally thought to scribble down under "Me." Highlight them because you'll want to make sure they've made it to your resume. The recruiter or hiring manager reviewing your resume might not assume you possess these desirable skills, too.
Have skills you'd like to write down, but don't find under "Them?" Sit back and think about those skills. Are they really skills you need to do the job? Could it be that employers don't find them necessary? Perhaps they are skills that shouldn't make it to this version of your resume.