Your bio will be the determining factor, oftentimes, as to whether a user will want to follow you or not.
I just write down a few key concepts and stories, then share my truth. On that day, I was nervous. Eyes and hearts staring back at me, yearning for something good.
I was the closing speaker, entrusted me to bring everyone home. I felt an immense sense of legacy and responsibility. Not just to do well, but to do good.
As I walked up onto the stage, I brought a small picture that had been hastily drawn by my then year-old daughter and tucked into my backpack before I left. A series of colored hearts to wish me luck and remind me how much I was loved.
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I knew that at any given moment, no matter what happened on that stage, I could look down and know everything was going to be okay. So, feel free to read the yadda, yadda, bio-stuff below.
Share the journey with me: A New York City dad, husband, and former SEC and mega-firm lawyer turned award-winning author, serial entrepreneur and expert in applied personal development and human potential, Jonathan has founded a number of transformational wellness-companies, taught everything from yoga and mindfulness to entrepreneurship and innovation, and led workshops, events and retreats around the world for thousands.
His newest book, How to Live a Good Life: His prior book, Uncertainty: No shiny object, whiz-bang report or scratch-n-sniff screen protector. I'll be traveling the world, building ventures, writing, making art badlytaking photos and doing my best to be a present dad and husband along the way.
Go ahead, make it officialSometimes it’s hard to believe how difficult it can be to write about yourself in a bio—after all, you’re a writer!
But I understand it’s not as simple as that, so here are a few tips to make it easier. Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years.
We have now placed Twitpic in an archived state. Submit a Story to Elephant Journal “Write what you know.” ~ Mark Twain. As independent media, we’re created by and for our readers. Our mission: to share the good word beyond our core or choir to those who don’t yet know they give a care.
New York City native, Francesca Battistelli, just released her new single "The Breakup Song." Francesca grew up with music all around her.
As the only child of parents from a musical theater background, Francesca knew she wanted to be on Broadway when she was only six-years-old. Show your passion. Don’t be afraid to get personal, especially in your bio.
After all, if someone visits this page, they’ve expressed an interest in you as a person. Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years.
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