Describing yourself

Why is it important to know how to describe yourself? You must always be prepared to describe yourself verbally, on written documents, and on the Internet. One common difficulty that most people face is that they either end up sounding too weak or sounding too arrogant. You must find that middle ground to effectively describe yourself so that people can get an idea of who you are with just a few short sentences.

There is a fine line between sounding convincing in your description and sounding haughty in your description. Learning how to describe yourself and using good words to describe yourself can go a really long way. This is especially important when you are writing your description for the Internet. When you post something on the Internet, it is only going to be read not spoken. An individual will not be able to recognize the implied fluctuations and tonality of your description. Expand on your vocabulary and enhance your writing style to create an accurate narrative of yourself. There are all sorts of words that can either make a positive or a negative contribution to your written description.

When you’re writing your description, be sure that you get straight to the point. You can do this by picking the right words and by not being repetitive. Use your resources and grab a dictionary and/or thesaurus to help you pick great words. These words will be useful in catching your readers’ attention on job applications, online dating sites and online social networks. Because learning how to describe yourself or your ideal match for an online dating site can certainly increase your chances of a successful date or encounter.

When you’re brainstorming, feel free to write down all of the words you can come up with to identify you qualities. Don’t think too hard, just write. Focus on the things you’ve done well and if you get stuck, ask some of your friends and family members. After you’ve finished writing all of your thoughts, work on making the words sound better with the use of your thesaurus or dictionary. Don’t exaggerate or else you’ll be lying about yourself. You wouldn’t want someone to read about you and get the wrong impression on you because if they end up meeting you in person, you’ll seem like a dishonest individual. Now that you’re prepped and ready to write, give it a try, you won’t regret it!

Harry Potter spent ten long years living with Mr. and Mrs. Dursley, an aunt and uncle whose outrageous favoritism of their perfectly awful son Dudley leads to some of the most inspired dark comedy since Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. But fortunately for Harry, he’s about to be granted a scholarship to a unique boarding school called THE HOGWARTS SCHOOL OF WITCHCRAFT AND WIZARDRY, where he will become a school hero at the game of Quidditch (a kind of aerial soccer played high above the ground on broomsticks), he will make some wonderful friends, and, unfortunately, a few terrible enemies. For although he seems to be getting your run-of-the-mill boarding school experience (well, ok, even that’s pretty darn out of the ordinary), Harry Potter has a destiny that he was born to fulfill. A destiny that others would kill to keep him from.

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