7 tips for a beautiful authentic cover letter

7 tips for a beautiful authentic cover letter

Cover letters are the worst.

If you’re not comfortable tooting your own horn, writing a cover letter can be even worse than crafting a beautiful resume- telling your future employer why they should hire you is nerve wracking, uncomfortable, and generally goes against what we’re taught as children;  stay humble.

When you’re writing a cover letter, you have to show your employer (often in just a few sentences) why they should pick you instead of someone equally capable or more so than you. You have to mine your talents and skills and promote them in the biggest, brightest light. And that is not only something we’re taught not to do, but concurrently something we’re legitimately not to taught to do at all!

I’ve included a sample of a beautiful, authentic cover letter, but I want to give you seven tips to creating your own beautiful authentic cover letter. There is also a free checklist in the Millennial Life Skills Vault. Employers will respond a lot better to something you’ve written yourself. Something that sounds like you. If it sounds like me (a professional resume guru) or worse, MS Word, they’re going to throw it in the trash pile before they get to “sincerely,”.

Some things to point out in this cover letter:

I used this cover letter to get my current day job. I’ve changed some of the information because the world is a small, small place.

 

But I want to highlight these things:

I did not say which job I was applying for. If you’re emailing it in, you can include it in your subject line. If it’s an application, they know because of how it’s filed.

Instead of saying “You should hire because x,y,z” I stated some of my accomplishments, and lessons I’ve learned. I stated my employment history, and while I didn’t necessarily clarify how it would transfer into my new (potential) job, I think it’s clear that having the experience is transferable. Hiring managers are totes profesh at this; you don’t need to draw them a map. You’ll also noticed how I addressed a gap in employment without it sounding like a big deal.

 

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7 tips for you create a beautiful authentic cover letter:

 

One: Find out the hiring manager’s name

Dear sir/madam or to whom it may concern, is basically unacceptable. It shows you have done the least amount of effort in researching this position, and company. Find the correct name. You can start at their website, or by calling and asking for the hiring manager.

 

Two: List your qualities beforehand

Before you start writing make a list of 10 things that you do well. If you have a hard time coming up with a list, ask your coworkers, or supervisor. If you’re uncomfortable, refer to your most recent performance review.

Once you have this list, it’ll help you clarify the tone and illustrate your best qualities without sounding like a pedantic asshole.

Three: Employers want to see value

Illustrate a scenario where you clearly added value to the end result. You can use the list from above to get the juices flowing. Keep the story short and succinct but meaningful.

 

Four: Leadership

Talk about a time, project, or other example where you showed leadership, and maybe what it meant to you do have that opportunity.

If you have done it before, you can do it again. Showing this to the employer allows them to kind of build a common issue and apply your tactics to it to see how you fit into company culture.

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Five: Bring up the doubts and address them head on

If you feel like you lack enough education or experience for the position you’re applying for, bring it up and explain why it isn’t actually a problem. When you get ahead of the issue it shows that you’re taking ownership and responsibility. Sometimes we have gaps in employment or backgrounds that preclude us from meeting the minimum requirements. Use this opportunity to be creative about your other experience as a volunteer, in school, or how having your time off (or time in jail if that’s something you need to worry about) has helped you grow as a person.

 

Six: Ask for the interview and make sure you include your contact information

This is possibly one of the most awkward things to include, but you have to do it. No one wants to hire a passive employee. Passive doesn’t get the job done.

 

Seven: Proofread the stuffing out of it

 

Have someone else. Even as I was preparing my cover letter for you, I noticed a few errors. How embarrassing! I still got hired, but you should expect that if you even have a comma out of place, you won’t get hired.
You can build your cover letter in Word,  which has several of totally free options for templates.

 

Make sure you sign up for the Millennial Life Skills Vault which has the FREE Cover Letter Checklist, plus resume checklists, interview tips and more.

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How to Start a Savings Plan that Works for You (plus a free cheat sheet!)

How to Start a Savings Plan that Works for You (plus a free cheat sheet!)

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Saving is something we’re told to do, but find the process actually really hard. Starting a savings plan that works for you might seem impossible, but I’m here to show you a couple of tips to help get you started.

Saving money is something I’ve struggled with in the past. But I wanted to share with you what has really worked for me, and hope you’ll find it works for you too.

There are so many different ways to save these days. I’ve included a couple of infographics of different plans you could try, but saving money is only saving until you spend it. If you get through week one, or week twenty of your plan, you have to count each week as a success. But here’s the thing: you’re going to have to find some self discipline. These tips will only help you, if you stick to it, and don’t borrow from the savings at the first sign of trouble. For me, sticking my new savings plan has been relatively easy (though it hasn’t been in the past.)

Saving has been easy because I recently purchased an incredibly inexpensive plane ticket to Europe in fall of 2017. Upon that purchase, I knew that if I didn’t start saving now, I wouldn’t be able to afford my trip! But I had some major goals for 2017, and I knew I had to make everything work.

Yes, as of writing this post, we are only 4 months into 2017, but it’s a good time to check in, right?

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Apps for Saving

First, I set up an account at Acorns, where I stash away $5 bucks every week. It earns interest (potentially) and if nothing else, it’s a set it and forget it. Acorns can also roll up your change on your purchases (like putting away little acorns) and invest that as well. If you sign up through my link, you can open your account with $5 for FREE!

Before you know it, you’ve stashed $50 bucks away for the month! And I’ll bet you didn’t miss it! (You can also use something like Digit.co or Stash, or Robinhood.) Currently saved:  $210.00  

 

Stash the Cash

I don’t go shopping much these days; usually once a week. While I’m at the store, I pull out an additional $10-20 dollars, and stash that somewhere in my house.  (Check out this really cool way to keep your dollars stashed.) Currently saved: $250.00

What a great way to save money... Wine bottle piggy bank. You have to break the bottle to get it...money goes in easy, but hard to get out!:

Savings Account

My day job is one where I get paid once a month. Some people hear that and think, “Oh hell no!” but for me, it’s a really good lesson in long term budgeting. I have to make my money stretch. But part of that is upon getting paid, immediately paying myself. It goes like this: Me, rent, electricity, phone, dog, internet, food, other bills. Those are the essentials, and anything left over is my play money for the month. But, if you get paid weekly or bi-weekly, chances are you also have the opportunity to work overtime. Anything you make, in addition to your regular paycheck should go straight into your savings accounts.

I even set up a second savings account that I can transfer money into, but never have to look at. Mine is through my main bank. Once a week or so, I log in and decide that I can probably put $10 bucks in to savings. You can even make automatic transfers. Ally Bank might be a good option for you if you’d like to set an account and forget it. Currently saved: $565.00

Side Hustles

And of course, I started a second job/business: Millennial Life Skills Coaching. Through this, I pay myself, and my debts. Having a side hustle is an excellent way to save money. If you can live on your first income, then your side hustle income can go straight to your savings account.  (#protip: Sign up to access the Millennial Life Skills Vault and access free resources to help you start a side hustle today!) Currently saved: $150.00

 

Tax refunds.

Filing your taxes is simple (usually) and can be incredibly lucrative if you keep your receipts,  or have a diagnosis for Celiac Disease (which I don’t. Boo!) because you can add that money to your savings. No, I am not a financial planner or professional tax person so make sure you get some real advice and real research before filing. But I recommend (if your budget allows) to save 10% for yourself, 60% to savings, and the rest to any debts you could pay down. Those could be student loans, car payments, or to the principal of your mortgage. Currently saved: $400.00

With theses little pieces, I’ve been able to save over $1000, even though I moved recently, and doubled my rent.  When I think back to how easy it was to start putting away a couple of dollars at a time, I wonder why I didn’t start sooner! It never felt like I was stealing from my future happiness or excitement. There are literally thousands of more ways to save but these are a really good place to start if you’re just figuring it out.

 

Sign up for the Millennial Life Skills Vault and get a free cheat sheet to help you start saving today. Plus, get access to information about how to start a side hustle, start a blog, and how to earn more money at your current job.

 

Did you start a savings plan? Do you need help deciding where to start?

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Why is my job search taking so long?

Why is my job search taking so long?

Why is my job search taking so long?

You’ve been putting out applications left and right. You’re not getting callbacks. Or you are, but it’s for positions you don’t want, or are over-qualified for. Why is your job search taking so long? There are a multitude of reasons this could be. You could be in a highly competitive city or field. Your city’s economy could just be very slow at the moment. Maybe you think you’re applying to a lot of jobs, but once or twice a week isn’t enough.

I remember every period I spend job searching. Especially in the beginning of my career, I would often go 4-5 months in between jobs. My mom and my friends (and my poor poor credit card) floated my living expenses while I job searched. It was hard. I either wasn’t finding the job I wanted, or was unqualified for the ones that were available. If I could find a potential listing, it was a temp job, or the market was too competitive for me to stick out.

Eventually I found a job. I took it out of necessity, not want. I worked it as long as I could until I was able to pay off some debt and start planning for my future employment change. Some of the best advice given to me was, “It is always easier to get hired if you already have a job. It shows immediately that you are employable and valuable enough to keep on payroll.”

If your job search is lagging, I suggest you do a self audit, and check the following:

 

Have a professional look at your resume.

If your issue is that you’re applying to jobs, but not even getting an interview, you need to check your resume, or redo it completely. In the Millennial Life Skills Vault, I have a free checklist to help you identify the 9 things you need to make sure your resume has.

But if you’ve updated it, and you’ve had others look at it and it’s still not getting you any interviews, then it might be time to check in with a professional for either an audit or a complete re-write.  

Resumes serve exactly one purpose: to get you the interview. There is just no way you can completely showcase all of your amazing skills, experience, talents, and personality on one or two pieces of paper.  But professional resume creators know how to highlight the most important skills, experience, and make your personality shine through so the reader is intrigued enough to talk with you in person.

Your day job should be applying for jobs, or building a marketable skill set.

If you’re currently unemployed, stressed about finding a job, then you need to make finding a job your job. But there are a lot of ways to do this; it’s not all sitting in front of a computer filling out application after tedious application.

The best way to build your skill set and network is through volunteering. Once you’ve built a rapport, you can ask those people if they can help you find a job, or drop your name to one of acquaintances.

There are a few marketable skills that will probably be useful in most jobs you’ll ever have. They are: sales, customer service, internet marketing, and programming/coding. If you’re not job searching, you should be doing everything you can to develop those skills.

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Side gig

The side gig is part of building your skills. If you’ve successively figured out how to sale, or market on the internet, or code, a side hustle will be easy to get started. Depending on your hustle, and your investment, you can create the opportunity to float your own income while you job search. If you’ve actually earned a livable wage from the income, there is no reason why it shouldn’t be included on your resume.

We are quickly moving into a gig economy. What that means for you is you have the opportunity to create for yourself an income that is entirely reliant on your ability to hustle. You’re usually an independent contractor, providing individual services for individual pay rates. You set your own hours, and your business either comes from word of mouth, organized companies, or companies that allows clients to find you (like rover.com.)

 

Job search challenge

Job searching is a life skill. It is not something you just wake up and know how to do. If you’re lucky, you had a lot of supportive adults in your life or school who taught you the basics of filling out a resume, an application, and how to act and dress on an interview.

But not all of us did.

Classes get cut.

Parents are too busy, or not around. Or worse, parents did all the work for you instead of teaching you how.

Or maybe it’s just been a while and you need a refresher.

If you want to take a more hands on approach, get in depth about your job search and really build some momentum in your job search, consider signing up for my Job Search Challenge.

Everyday for six days, we’re going in-depth on a topic related to the job search. Resumes, applications, where to find jobs, interviews, and more. At the end of this challenge you will be empowered to confidently reach out to employers and explain why you are the best case scenario.

The Job Search Challenge also allows you access to the Millennial Life Skills Vault which has a resource library. it includes information about resumes, interview tips, side hustles, and so much more related to supporting your career. This challenge will help you get ahead in your job search experience and develop an incredibly important life skill.

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Now I want to know: What do you think is the hardest part about job searching?

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Four Podcasts for Millennials to Start Listening to Right Now

Four Podcasts for Millennials to Start Listening to Right Now

I love podcasts.

I have a fairly long commute to work, and listening to a podcast keeps me engaged, and makes me feel like the time isn’t being wasted. It also drowns out the sounds of people coughing on the bus. Yuck. Honestly, it took me a while to branch out of my usual podcasts. I guess while I was away, the podcast game changed because before there were a few high quality shows, and several very poor shows with only one or two episodes before they gave up.

Now there are literally hundreds of podcasts, and they are often owned by media groups. They have figured out how to monetize them, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. But I remember when podcasts didn’t have ads. They were just the show, all sweat and blood and tears and laughter. We’re in a new era of podcasting, that’s for sure. Today I’m going to share four podcasts I’m totally digging, and you should listen to.

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

Crowdfunded originally by Kickstarter, Vanessa and Casper are just killing the retelling of Harry Potter through the process of reading it as a sacred text. If you think that sounds sacrilegious, please trust me: it’s not. These books are full of lessons, parables, and themes that 1) help reimagine how you consider the text and, 2) how you can apply this new consideration to your own life. It’s not judgy or overwhelming. It is quite simply, Magical. They’ve just finished season two, and are raising money to fund season three. Give it a listen, and then give them a couple of bucks to keep this amazing show going!

 

#GirlBoss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

Former CEO of NastyGal, Sophia Amoruso is just a freaking queen of outsiders and awesomeness. She interviews high powered girl bosses for her podcast, and each one of their stories is beautiful, unique, and inspiring. The show is on a bit of a hiatus until after her #GirlBoss Rally (this week, I think!) so go listen to some past episodes and get ready for the awesomeness yet to come.

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The Keto Diet Podcast

I’m on that Keto Life, because it’s really the best and only way for me to control my celiac disease. Leanne breaks down important aspects of the keto life, and introduces a new “make it work for yourself” mantra of Keto which is refreshing. If you’re in the groups, you know how controlling people can be about their ideas regarding keto.

 

#Millennial

We are on total information overload, but this podcast is funny as hell, and created by my favorite podcast peeps. I started listening to these guys back when they were all about Harry Potter. We grew up together. And they understand my language, and yours, I imagine. As millennials, we’re well informed, scared, and anxious to do more, and to do better. This show encapsulates all of those ideals and more. Check it.

What podcasts do you listen to? What should I start listening to?

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Upgrade Your Resume Using this one Idea (Plus a free checklist)

Upgrade Your Resume Using this one Idea (Plus a free checklist)

 

 

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You’ve been applying to jobs for a while now, but you just feel like employers don’t get a good chance to pick up on your personality – even before you get to the interview. You know your resume is solid, but you’re just not getting to the next step. Well, maybe you need to upgrade your resume a little bit.

 

Resumes are like a calling card. It gives a brief overview of who you are and what you’re capable of, but the sad truth is, employers only spend about six seconds reading your resume. If they don’t see the four or five things they absolutely must have in a potential employee, they’re going to pass.

 

So how do we make your resume stand out? There are a couple of ways, but the one we’re talking about today is fairly unique outside of the tech industry.

 

You are going to create a resume website.

Crazy, I know. Your resume website is going to be your new calling card. When you apply for jobs, your cover letter is going to have a link. Your paper resume will have your domain address instead of your home address.

 

Why does this work?

 

Outside the tech industry, people don’t generally use personal websites as a professional brand. Which is to say, they may have their own professional brand, but it’s almost exclusively used by entrepreneurs.

 

Now, you’re going to stand out from the hundreds of resumes because you’re giving the hiring manager a chance to look deeper.

 

Your website doesn’t have to be limited to a six second overview. Employers who visit your website want to learn as much as they can about you. With a resume website, you have a chance to really sell yourself.

 

You can explore deeper your hobbies, awards, community service, and more. In addition, you can include video, testimonials from your co-workers and supervisors, and a page where potential employers can contact you directly.

 

If you’re actively job searching, at the bottom of every cover letter, email, and resume, you can include your website. You can direct people to check it out for more information about you. And they’ll go, because they’re curious.

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How to create your resume website?

If you’ve never built a website before, don’t worry! I’ll make this as simple as possible for you!

Step One

Go to Bluehost and purchase a year of hosting, along with a domain. The domain should be your name, though the more common your name is, the less likely that domain will be available. Their package for first time sign ups includes a domain for free.

You don’t need any of the side offers they have available, but I would suggest getting domain privacy. It’s a little extra, but it’s worth it to not have solicitors calling and emailing you day and night.

I’ll let you decide you want to invest in your resume website for one year, two years, or three years.

OR

You can use Siteground. Their services are comparable, but I think siteground has better security and less downtime. Please compare the programs and choose whichever will work best for you and your investment.

Step Two

Once you’ve purchased your domain and webhosting, please download wordpress.org.


Bluehost and Siteground should have a one-click process to install it. It may take several minutes for it to go into effect.

(Free checklist in the vault!)

Step Three

Now that your wordpress.org is installed, please visit elegantthemes.com and purchase the 1 year plan. You get access to over 80 different themes, which is awesome. You can choose any that you like, but I recommend one of these themes:

 

Business Card

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MyResume

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Fable

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Gleam

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DeepFocus

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Step Four

 

You just need to customize it now. You can choose to keep a blog that is relatable to your work industry. That shows that you’re in the “know” and that you keep up with current events. You can choose not to blog. You can choose to showcase your adventurous spirit, or community service experiences. Whatever you feel like is not getting through your regular resume, use this space to amplify the best parts of you.

 

Step Five

Update as necessary. If you get a new job, or lose your current job, make sure you keep it current. You can use this space to talk about what worked and what didn’t. What lessons you’ve learned and what you’ll do differently or expect from employers in the future. (keep it civil, not basic.)

Sixth: Again, add it to your new resume website to your email signature, resume, and personal business card. You never know who is looking for an employee just like you.

 

More resources:

 

Creative Market:

Creative Market has wordpress themes, resume templates, fonts, clipart and stock photos more. If you just want to jazz it up, you can use this amazing marketplace. I highly recommend signing up for their email list; each week they send out six new things. They’re random, but they are often very useful.

Check out this wordpress theme, if you’re not sold on elegantthemes.

Canva:

A free online based graphics design program. It’s incredibly easy to use, and has hundred of templates you can use if you need to.

Levo:

Levo is the Millennial’s LinkedIn profile. You get to tell a story, much like here, and you can link it to your resume as well. The community is about networking online and off, so if you live in one of their markets, this might be a really good, free option for you.

 

Jessica F. Walker’s Professional Resume Services:

 

Did you read this whole post and think it sounded like a really great idea, but that it also sounded overwhelming?

As someone who does this for a living, I totally understand. I want to make your job search as easy, efficient, and prolific as possible.

I currently have a discounted rate on my basic resume services for those who have opened the Millennial Life Skills Vault. 

So, if you want to take your resume and job search to the next level, and you’re ready to make an investment in yourself, let’s work together. Learn more about getting your own personal resume website here.

Free checklist in the vault!

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Ultimate List of 30 Day Challenges on Pinterest + GIVEAWAY

Ultimate List of 30 Day Challenges on Pinterest + GIVEAWAY

The Ultimate list of 30 day challenges on Pinterest + GIVEAWAY

 

I love 30 day challenges. I try to do one at least once a month… or every thirty days.

Why do I love thirty day challenges? How about a list of thirty reasons?

One: Anyone can do something for thirty days.

Two: Thirty days is just long enough to keep you excited, but not long enough to start feeling bored.

Three: It gives you a chance to become good, better, or excellent at something.

Four: I’m not actually going to list 30 reasons I love 30 day challenges, but I’m so glad you thought that I might.

 

Everyone needs to be challenged. Challenge is where change happens. Habits are created in 18 days. Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. We’ve all heard these true and cliche sayings. If you’re feeling stuck in a rut, a 30 day challenge might just be the thing to get you out. It changes your perception and your motivation. To do better this time than last time. To beat your friends. Or even to set new scores.  Again, anyone can do pretty much anything for 30 days.

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Below is a list with some of my favorite 30 day challenges. I have a 21 day gratitude training program (which you can get immediate access to in the Millennial Life Skills Vault by signing up here) which teaches you how to experience gratitude in for the things that have happened, appreciate the moment that you’re in, and how to attract gratitude, happiness, and general well-being to your future. Its great. You should check it out.


But again, here is a list of 30 day challenges you can try out if you want. These are my favorite ones that I’ve already tried, or think is just a great idea it’s next on my list to try soon.
If you want to see even more 30 day challenges, follow me on Pinterest where I curate the best of the best on my 30 Days Challenge board.

 

If you want some extra accountability in keeping track with your new 30 day challenge life, enter this giveaway! It’s open now, until 2/28/2017. Open only to the residents of USA. Two winners will win one  2017 weekly planner!

The Ultimate 30 Day Challenge List

 

31 Day Photo Challenge

OK, let's not abandon this project a week into it, ok???:

 

 

30 Day Minimalist Challenge By the Minimalist Soul

 

31 Day Career Detox for Every Woman by Career Contessa

 

30 Day Social Media Detox

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30 Day Create a Morning Routine by Theeverygirl

 

30 Day PCOS Diet Challenge by Smart Fertility Choices

 

30 Day Vocabulary Challenge by One Good Thing by Jillee

 

30 DIY Mindfulness Challenge

DIY 30-Day Mindfulness Challenge:

 

30 Days of Lego Play by Moms Messy Miracles

 

30 Day Hoola Hoop Challenge

 

30 Day Emotional Eating Journal Challenge

FREE DOWNLOAD: 30 Day Emotional Eating Journal Challenge:

 

 

30 Day Declutter Challenge by Pop Sugar

 

30 Day Self Care Challenge by Brianna Fae

 

30 Day Lunge Challenge by 30 day Fitness Challenges

 

30 Day Wall Squat Challenge

wall squat:

 

 

30 Day Self Love Challenge by Skinny Mom

 

30 Day Reflection Challenge by Stone Soup for Five

 

30 Days to Better Posture by Inspire Happy

 

30 Day Spending Hiatus by Pop Sugar

 

30 Day No Sugar Challenge

Skinny Ms. challenges you to eliminate all added sugar from your life! #nosugarchallenge #stopsugar:

 

 

If you want to see even more 30 day challenges, follow me on Pinterest where I curate the best of the best on my 30 Days Challenge board.

 

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