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Many dancers are at a complete loss over what to include in their dance biographies. For some, just the very idea of writing fills them with dread. Already nervous about putting pen to paper and self-effacing about their accomplishments, they’re diffident about writing anything about themselves that sounds evenremotely self-aggrandizing. Others go off in a totally different direction, using florid prose, strings of adjectives and listing every single accomplishment they ever achieved.What you want-and need-in a biography is a happy medium.Writing your own bio doesn’t need be stressful. A professional dance bio gives the reader a concise overview of the dancer’s career, including her training,specialties, awards and notable achievements. Your biography doesn’t need to be any longer than a full page, or about three hundred words long.