Nothing is more critical to your brand than a biography that articulates why you do what you do and why you are better at it than anyone else! Over the last decade, I have written hundreds of biographies for all walks of life from corporate executives to celebrities. Whether they’re 250-words for LinkedIn or 500 for your website, my biographies do a deep dive into my subject’s career history, accomplishments, and unique offerings to their chosen field. I am known for presenting other’s stories in a short-and-sweet style that humanizes and highlights their best selves.
Listening is an art form and can elicit great information that is hard to see ourselves. Hiring a professional like myself to ask the right questions, listen, and empathize can bring out beautiful stories that have been hiding underneath the surface. I look at my interviews as holding up a mirror to shine the light on my subject’s best selves. While the actual interview is said to have a therapeutic effect, my subjects find it especially helpful to have the written conversation sent to them afterwards. Having the words they said in front of them helps them to understand themselves more clearly as a professional. By asking thought-provoking questions, actively listening, and empathizing with my subjects, I help them better understand who they are, their professional paths, and why they do what they do.