Well im usually thinking,,,erm. Umm hmmm dunno really as i hate this question as it begs a bragging,,<br />
But what you need to do is when you have time write down things you enjoy doing,,,i take it its for a job,,,if so good luck.
I always ask specific questions and give my corresponding answer at the same time. Example. What country are you in, we are in the UK.<br />
That approach sounds less threatening and helps people realise that I am genuine!
Someone asked me a similar question. I said I just walk around the place.
Respond back with a "What would you like to know?"
Ahh I never know what to say. I end up saying my name and my job and then I get stuck. I much prefer it when getting to know a person is a dialog of questions and answers. Makes things feel much more natural and flows better.
I would ask them to be specific about what they want to know.
Read that which has my attributed to it, and talk to me about what it is you want to know.
I hate that question. It leaves so much room that I wouldn't know where to start, or what the hell I'm supposed to say to that.
I hate this Question.<br />
I mean, who is he or she to tell them your lifr story