Review your list and underline any of the areas that you would like to expand on. Be sure to pick the items that you think are most relevant to who you are and items that you can easily speak about.
Next, cross out any of the items that you think won’t help your profile much.
You will meet some of these people and their first thought when they meet you if you do this will be that you lied to them.
The first step is to sit down somewhere quiet and write the ideas I’ll be presenting here down on paper.
I’ll also talk about my dog and my participation in my church because of the role they have in my life and then I’ll talk about the Counting Crows for a little extra insight into who I am.
Aside from that, I really enjoy reading, blogging, browsing Digg.com, and watching the Steelers.
In this example, I’ve made an effort to expand on each of the important areas I identified in Step 3.
Additionally, neither of these areas is likely to help me have a connection with the women reading my profile.
I also remove philosophy, not because it’s a bad thing but because trying to make yourself sound smart or funny in your profile can be a turn-off and I want to avoid even giving the appearance of this.
I’ll also include some about my job as it will provide me a good opening to my profile.