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Time to Revisit Your Professional Bio 🥱

Here’s the thing about professional bios: no one likes writing them and no one likes reading them. Your bio is meant to introduce and represent you to your colleagues and clients, but it often reduces you to a sleepy list of jobs and skills and organizations. Inject some humanity into your professional bio with some personal trivia—and if you can’t think of a fun fact on the fly, here’s thirteen prompts to get you started:

  1. Your childhood.
  2. Your dream occupation.
  3. Your first car.
  4. Your hidden talents.
  5. Your proudest accomplishments.
  6. What you learned from your biggest mistake.
  7. The most unusual item in your office.
  8. Your favorite sports team.
  9. Your pet.
  10. Your guilty pleasure.
  11. Your high school yearbook superlative.
  12. Your best friend.
  13. What’s on your bucket list.

Check out the full post on Entrepreneur for more inspiration on the professional bio.

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