Episode: Treat Your Bio Like Your Brand, Not Your Resume, with Stevie Berryman


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Treat Your Bio Like Your Brand, Not Your Resume, with Stevie Berryman

Stevie Berryman’s original podcast about writing an awesome biographical summary was a big hit with anyone who could overlook such a tedious topic long enough to listen. And that’s the point. Your bio shouldn’t be boring. And even if you have no professional need to submit a bio for an event, every director can benefit from the self-reflection required for figuring out your personal brand identity. You are amazing at something. Let’s tell people about that.



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