Andrew Boylan 

“The resume is dead.” –Forbes Magazine


At a party, dinner, or conference do you rattle off a list of accomplishments? Never. You tell stories. You engage people with anecdotes—sometimes funny, sometimes serious, sometimes exciting. But the goal is always the same—keep the audience engaged.

A bio that blends a personal story with a professional goal is crucial in the era of social media, branding, and rigorous competition. Social media is about trust, engagement, and connection. Branding articulates a clear message. A good bio does all this in one page.




Make Your Professional Bio a Personal Story.