I see it many times.
People have put together their CV quite badly but they have spent ages agonising over their personal profile, before starting on the CV proper.
The profile is not that important, but the contents of the CV are. So get that part fixed to begin with. The personal profile, on the other hand, is the part of your CV that can be adapted to various different situations. And certainly can be adapted to ensure it matches the needs of any job role you are looking at.
The reason for this is that recruiters and artificial intelligence will often scan through personal profiles to check whether they match job requirements and specifications.
The personal profile does not need to be fixed, and while we would not recommend producing 26 different CVs for 26 different job applications, this small part of your CV can easily be adapted.
So do not fret about it to begin with, you’re probably going to change it later in any case.