Logline: What are you working on?
Literal - We help X do Y by doing Z. [X=Who, Y=What, Z=How]
Simile - A is like B.
Analogy - A is to B as C is to D.
Metaphor - A is B.
Examples - We blah, blah, blah, such as blah, blah, and blah.
Expertise or Specialty
In service of others
Questions to ask yourself:
What did you like/love about your educational journey?
What projects did you work on that showcased your passion?
What successes are you most proud of having accomplished and why?
What new skills have you learned in the last year or two?
What obstacles have you overcome to get where you are today?
What essential lessons have you learned from some of your mistakes or failures?
What did you gain most from your educational journey?
What professional organizations are you associated with and why?
How do you spend your time outside of university including hobbies, interests, sports, family, and volunteer activities?
In what ways have you or are you making a difference in people's lives?
Accent Reduction Coaching: Scottie
Start With Why - Simon SInek
Your Why Statement
To [your contribution] so that [your impact].