Write about your accomplishments, and make them sound like the grandest things anyone has ever done. Use words like “glory” and “victory” to highlight your achievements. Brag about the one or two goals you wrote for your future, telling the audience you are sure to make those goals with little effort.

Punctuate your poem. To end your boast, state your next great act. Type your boast: double-spaced, 1” margins, 12 point Times New Roman (or similar font), black text, and title.

To talk or write about oneself or something related to oneself in a proud or self-admiring way. The act or an instance of boasting. Got tired of listening to his boasts. … An example of boast is a sales person gloating about how many sales they made in a month.

 

Basically, boasting is about something you have actually done and are proud of while bragging is about something you probably haven’t done or probably unable to do.