We use more "I's" when we want to introduce self. Could you introduce yourself without using more of "I's"? For instance: I am an engineer. I hold a master's degree in business administration . I have a home of my own and so on. (I have used more I's to introduce myself)
I'm not sure how much information you are looking to share when you write this introduction. A thesaurus is always a handy tool when looking for alternative ways to state something, even in this case. Instead of looking up synonyms for I, try looking up simple adjectives and verbs. These can lead to other words that can give a fresh idea of how to link various bits of information with each other. Since you are also mentioning your family, you can include them as well. Here's an example using me, my, we, and our.
I am an engineer with an MBA. At home, my wife and two children keep me busy with soccer games, ballet recitals, and our favorite family hobby of geocaching. Being successful in my career is important, so we can pay the mortgage and also enjoy an occasional vacation.
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