Consider the concept of personal selling, and apply it to yourself. What information would you need? How would you go about crafting your message? First, gather the facts that you would like someone to know about you, and create a list. Next, craft the basic “elevator pitch” introduction (that is, you only have an elevator ride to tell someone your unique value). What would that pitch include?
Next, make a list of the situations where you might need an introduction (sales pitch) that is longer and contains more detail. Consider a job interview (much of this information should be on your resume), joining a club or professional organization, or volunteering. Each of these situations calls for slightly different information.
Create several different personal selling scripts for yourself, and have someone you know read them and provide feedback. Consider their feedback, and revise as you see fit. If requested, submit your scripts to your instructor.