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These people not only can speak well of us and the services we have to offer they WANT us to succeed. Some even have a vested interest in it. Yet for reasons too numerous to mention we consistently forget to involve them in our business building efforts. When was the last time you concertedly tapped this resource? Do your friends family and associates know about the progress you ve made in the past in year in your business? Now is the perfect time to reconnect. A twist on those around-the-holidays update letters we get from relatives: Write a warm and soulful letter to your network of friends family and associates to help expand your opportunities ... as you spread a little holiday cheer. The purpose is to create connection share information about what you re doing and show your network that you re still in the game.
At least keep in touch with him before he forgets it and go to another dealer. If you must send it to a "To Whom It May Concern " do not bother and do not waste your time. - Paragraph one: It should be a simple one line sentence that says "I understand you are looking for a program director " or "your opening for a sales representative caught my eye." It is a simple and to the point opening paragraph. - Paragraph two: Again you need no more than two sentences stating to the effect "Because of the remarkable match between your needs and my talents I have sent you my enclosed resume via overnight delivery." - Paragraph three: You should briefly state to the effect "As you can see I am skilled (or proficient) in:" and then bullet point three key skills from your resume.
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Having said that if you are among the writing challenged then go get help. Use a template; use a writing service; or buy software and do it yourself. But do not shortchange yourself by sending a poorly written cover letter. If you are going to send a resume then you must send a well written cover letter. This is non-negotiable. But let us assume you are not writing challenged which allows us to clear the first hurdle. The second hurdle is also my second advice which is "keep it simple and keep it direct." What we want to avoid is statement like "My diverse background of leadership and success would be a great compliment to your philosophy of ensuring excellence in service to each shareholder while building a solid foundation for developing and nurturing a team of proactive and motivated subordinate leaders." That statement is complete fluff. So here is what I believe should go in a cover letter: - Heading and address: It must be to a live human being by name.