About pages are the worst — writing one feels like you’re the new kid in class and the teacher’s asking you to introduce yourself … except you’re not talking to 23 kids, you’re potentially talking to the whole world.
But you know you have to have one. So after a quick four cups of coffee, a scroll or 12 through Instagram, and the tiniest of Netflix binges, you make yourself sit down to do it. You start off with a quick Google and find that there are three types of about pages: those that are cringily over-personal, the ones that sound like they were written by robots, and the ones that actually make you want to work with someone.
Because c’mon. How are you supposed to write a page that somehow tells people they’re in the right place, makes them want to work with you, and shows off how great you are, but not in a way that makes you look like a jerk? It does require a bit of a balancing act — but it’s easier than you think.
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