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20 Fun Facts To Use When Introducing Yourself
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.
Job searching can feel very regimented: There are guidelines for resume and cover letter formats that extend down to the smallest details, such as your font choice. No wonder job search documents can become repetitive and formulaic, and interview answers may sound over-rehearsed. Sharing fun facts about yourself distinguishes you from the crowd, and can make you a stronger, more appealing candidate. Even a hobby of building model trains on the weekend can showcase patience for details. Fun facts are a path to sharing relevant abilities and transferable skills. Mentioning them also helps transition interviews from a question-and-answer format to something a bit more conversational.
There are few things people dread more than being asked that question, and can it takes a lot effort to rack your brain to figure out the right response. People would love to hear about the time you went scuba diving in Cancun, parasailing in Cozumel, or skydiving in your own city. Think back to some of your favorite adventures, and have those stories ready to go when someone asks you about fun facts about yourself. Do you put together model airplanes, collect ancient coins, or rebuild motorbikes? Have you broken bones because of some crazy daredevil stunt?
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.
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Icebreakers like this are the worst; the ones which put you on the spot and challenge you to be the most fantastically interesting and cool person possible in 0. Or if all else fails, the time you successfully ate 20 chicken nuggets in one sitting or won the gold cup on Mario Kart will do. So what do you do? How do you respond questions like this on the spot and keep your cool? Debut are here to save the day, with our top tips.
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.