Part 1: Start with a condensed version of your career history. Try and keep it as concise as possible, Freeman suggests.
Part 2: Next, give a brief summary of a specific achievement to capture the interviewer's interest. "It must be an accomplishment that can easily be explained and/or illustrated," Freeman says. "Plus, it must also highlight a 'bottom-line' impact for the potential employer."
Part 3: Conclude with a few definitive sentences about what you hope to accomplish next in your career - but make sure it's relevant to the position you're interviewing for, Freeman warns.