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I was recently at a conference when I heard one attendee ask another the dreaded question: “Tell me about yourself.”
Pause for a second and think what answer you expect to that question. Usually, it’s something like “I’m an accountant” or “I do web development.”
Breaking the Mold
What I didn’t expect to hear (at least not from someone who hasn’t gone through the Self-Made Renegade premium coaching or products) was this answer:
“I give people super powers.”
That answer didn’t end the conversation – it started it. It was a powerful pattern interrupt that created curiosity and led to a half hour focused conversation and solid connection. And starting focused conversations is one of the most powerful skills you can bring to your next interview or networking event.
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How to Use “Tell Me About Yourself” to Start Focused Conversations – The Two Sentence Story Technique
Today, I’d like to show you a powerful technique you can use to not only start that conversation – but immediately create a positive impression that few other candidates can create.
So here’s the breakdown of the two sentence story technique:
I am thewho helps solve by . I do this because .
Go ahead and, and I’ll give you some personalized advice with what I think.
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