Apparently the ‘About’ page is the second most visited on a website. Which makes sense – after all, we want to connect with fellow humans, right? (‘Sometimes’, said the introvert, reluctantly.)
So, what does one put on an About page?
I was told by several business mentors, “the about page is not about you. It’s about the person reading it.”
Ok, fair. I get that it has to have some sort of point; a value to you spending your time here (be that seconds, minutes or longer). But then, I don’t know you. And to make it easy to connect, I need to show up as me. You know?
So here are some things I’ve been involved in. I’m learning to embrace these things and reframe the “people may think I’m bragging” conditioning. After all, we’re not meant to feel tooooo good about what we accomplish, right? I say fuck that. Here’s my Hall of Fame (so far). And no, it’s not really about me. It’s about the co-creation with other awesome humans and the message we put out into the world.