- Make a list of the stuff that really makes you different from other people. And don't forget to include things that'll stop people from stereotyping you. For example, if you wear thick glasses you may want to work in something about your mountain climbing to beat the "brainy" stereotype.
- Make sure your commercial sounds positive and upbeat. Avoid phrases like "I'm fairly good at-" or "People would say I'm-" Focus on brief sentences and keywords to get the point across.
- And finally, to make a good impression, practice your personal commercial in front of the mirror. That way you'll be more likely to make eye contact and smile when you take your show on the road.
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