Write three super cool facts about yourself
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How To: Think of a "Fun Fact" For Yourself
When you visit a website, you are of course observable by the site itself, but you are also observable by third-party trackers that the site embeds in its code. You might be sur I want to be an eminent obstetrician and gynaecologist. I had never bunked any class during my school time. I have a good memory.
A few weeks ago I mentioned that this year I wanted to make the website more personal. Back in , I wrote this post featuring some personal facts about my life. It was a window into non-travel me. Well, that was a loooooong time ago. Life changes. People change.
After experiencing my first week of classes, I have learned that every student needs a handy-dandy list of fun facts about themselves to tell other people. Many professors use the first couple of classes to learn about their students, so you may need to think about who you are and how you want to introduce yourself to your professor and classmates. We all have that one go-to interesting fact about ourselves, but sometimes you just have to mix it up! What do you do in your free time? Personally, I love to stay active! I am a competitive Latin dancer and enjoy teaching and taking Zumba classes, going to the gym, and hiking. Is there something, someone, or somewhere that you love?
If there is one thing that I absolutely dread, it's getting asked to give a fun fact about yourself. We have all been in this uncomfortable predicament. However, if you're like me and are too scared to get a heart attack mid-air, then don't worry, there are a million other things you can say about yourself. I can tell you this from personal experience. I broke my wrist while wearing Heelys, not even 24 hours after I bought them.
So what should you say? Try answering the following 21 questions. Was one of your parents your hero? An older sibling? Perhaps a teacher or someone on television?
Too many business owners write professional bios that are the literary equivalent of sleeping pills. Don't fall into the same trap of writing only about your professional history. Include a few fun facts about your personal life, like this one: I know all the words to the opening song on Talent Roundup Day Friday on the Mickey Mouse Club from the s. When I mentioned this in a blog post, I was deluged with comments, especially from Baby Boomers who remember the show. Trivia like that gives people an unexpected and sometimes humorous look at your personal side, quirks and all.