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Join career expert and award-winning author Andrew LaCivita as he teaches you exactly how to write the 4 sentence cover letter that gets you the job interview! Grab the FREE template here: http://bit.ly/4sentencecoverletter For much more FREE content, see the https://www.milewalkacademy.com/ -------------------- GET INTERVIEW INTERVENTION HARDCOVER FREE! -------------------- Get the Interview Intervention Hardcover, eBook, and Audiobook while supplies last! The $29 book is FREE. I bought it for you. I'm also adding in the $27 digital experience. I only ask that you pay $7 so my friends at the warehouse can pick it, pack it, and ship it. I'll send it anywhere in the world for $7! Get it here: http://bit.ly/YTFreeInterviewIntervention -------------------- FREE DOWNLOADS -------------------- DOWNLOAD: THE 4 SENTENCE COVER LETTER HERE: http://bit.ly/4sentencecoverletter DOWNLOAD: THE ULTIMATE PROFESSIONAL RESUME TEMPLATE HERE: http://bit.ly/ultimateresumetemplate -------------------- WANT MORE AWESOME COVER LETTERS? -------------------- HOW TO APPLY WHEN THERE IS NO JOB OPENING: 7 SENTENCE COVER LETTER: https://youtu.be/O4LcD3VjlfU BOSS HUNTING COVER LETTERS: https://youtu.be/tIzfFliaPYA -------------------- NOT GETTING YOUR RESUME NOTICED VIA THE ATS? -------------------- I recommend my resume format followed by using JOBSCAN. Get it FREE here: https://www.jobscan.co/andrew-lacivita -------------------- JOIN MY JOB SEARCH BOOT CAMP -------------------- Want the most advanced and effective job searching program created? Check out my Job Search Boot Camp to find your dream job fast! 5 sessions, lifetime access, live event (plus recordings), ongoing coaching and so much more: - Start in the right place (your headline/pitch, your why, your needs, your questions for the employers) - Create marketing material that wows (resume, cover letters, LinkedIn Profile) - Run the perfect job hunt (most advanced job search strategies) - Interview to win the job (ace any type of interview and learn advanced selling techniques) - Negotiate like a pro (learn the nuances, psychology and steps to get paid what you deserve) Learn more and ENROLL HERE: https://www.milewalkacademy.com/p/andrew-lacivita-job-search-boot-camp -------------------- CONNECT WITH ANDREW -------------------- Join Andrew's email list: http://milewalk.com/mwblog Get Andrew's books and training: https://www.milewalkacademy.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/andylacivita Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andrewlacivita Twitter: https://twitter.com/arlacivita LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewlacivita Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andrewlacivita iTunes free podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tips-for-work-life-andrew/id1120387046 -------------------- SUMMARY: -------------------- Modern-day cover letter is your introduction—of any kind—to the employer. There are essentially three ways this occurs: 1. Cover Letter 2. Email (with attached resume) 3. Applicant Tracking System (ATS) Your “cover letter” has three goals: 1. Explain why you’ve contacted the employer. 2. Provide insight on who you are and what you offer. 3. Show enthusiasm and interest in hearing (back) from the employer. You can accomplish these three goals in four sentences, which I discuss in the video. You can also grab the free download to see the exact format! If you have haven’t seen How To Build the Ultimate Professional Resume, check it out because some of the cover letter content references your resume. Get that RESUME TEMPLATE HERE: http://bit.ly/ultimateresumetemplate -------------------- ABOUT ANDREW -------------------- Andrew LaCivita is an internationally recognized executive recruiter, award-winning author, trainer, and founder and chief executive officer of milewalk and the milewalk Academy. He’s dedicated his career to helping people and companies realize their potential, consulting to more than two hundred organizations and counseling more than eleven thousand individuals. He often serves as a trusted media resource and is the author of Interview Intervention, Out of Reach but in Sight, and The Hiring Prophecies. -------------------- ABOUT TIPS FOR WORK AND LIFE® -------------------- Tips for Work and Life® is a weekly careers, hiring, and motivational show full of helpful job search strategies, career management and acceleration tactics, recruitment techniques, and self-help aids with award-winning author, executive recruiter, and trainer Andrew LaCivita. Tips for Work and Life® has been cited by several sources as a Top 100 Careers and HR Blog. He includes these 7-20 minute multicast shows filmed with no teleprompter in one take as part of his blog and podcast. #milewalkacademy #coverletter #resume #jobinterview #jobsearch #careercoach #careercoaching #interviewintervention
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Andrew LaCivita (1 year ago)
Hi Everyone! I know cover letters are tough. This is a case of quality over quantity because employers are busy and they want you to get to the point. Let me know what questions you have and I'll be happy to help. Also, make sure to grab the FREE COVER LETTER TEMPLATE: http://bit.ly/4sentencecoverletter. Now, let me have those questions!
Surjeet Sidhu (5 months ago)
What if you're applying for work experience for the first time, and you haven't finished your education yet?
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Emilio A (9 months ago)
@Andrew LaCivita I did not receive template after email completion.
Andrew LaCivita (11 months ago)
Those are set on the individual user side. When I open the videos, my captions are all off because I have set them to be off. When you open a particular video, click the CC and turn them off (if they are already on).
Rhett A (11 months ago)
Andrew LaCivita Hi Andrew. Your captions are automatically on. There is already a user option to turn captions on. For those of us that can listen effectively, your automatic captions are rather distracting. Thanks.
Zac Nchz (2 days ago)
This info is going to get me a job. Thank you!
Andrew LaCivita (1 day ago)
Go get it!!!
Cultus GTI (4 days ago)
Hi Andrew! Love a lot of your videos, I have a question that I think you could help me out. You stated in making cover letter that we need to write "I offer XX years of experience and I am strong candidate for the position", in my case, I only have three work experiences in total of 3 years (1 year on each company), but all of my work are in a startup, a new company, and a private business which makes me do a lot of tasks from scratch and figure it out by myself, I mean the company I worked was not settled yet, so I never experience working in a settled condition (ex: multinational company or big company) which maybe they have a specific set of rules or a specific set of steps on how to perform a task/duty. I not sure how do I explain myself in the cover letter and tell them I'm the strong candidate because I didn't know whether all of my work until now is correctly performed or not since I didn't receive many guidance/mentorship and all companies I worked for is new companies which they are still developing themself. I hope you understand my question, sorry if something is not clear. Thank you very much and keep up making valuable videos! Cheers!
Andrew LaCivita (2 days ago)
Focus on what you learned by being involved in start ups! Talk about what you ARE, not what you're not. :)
Engineer Babu (10 days ago)
Thanks for the superb tips. Would you please repeat at @3:45 (the tap, tape, tapped?) and line at @4:10 as I couldn't get being not native English speaker or perhaps you speak a bit fast.
David Church (12 days ago)
Thank you so much this helped out a lot bcuz I forgot how to write a cover letter and what it's purpose was....haven't written one since hs
Andrew LaCivita (12 days ago)
Glad I could help David!
Keenan Moore (12 days ago)
This is the real shit lol! Thank you!!!
Andrew LaCivita (12 days ago)
LOL. You're welcome Keenan!
goodlook i hate cover letters and resumes smh but this helped
maria maya (20 days ago)
Thank you so much Mr. LaCivita, I really appreciate your help!
Andrew LaCivita (17 days ago)
You’re welcome Maria!
dear sir greetings. . i have been applying for jobs with KBR for last 10 yrs....but nothing is happening....pls help me
Ris G (23 days ago)
Hi Andrew. I really appreciate your videos and content. Do you recommend short cover letters (such as that suggested in this video) for almost all job applications?
Grace M (27 days ago)
Do you have tips for older job seekers?
Andrew LaCivita (23 days ago)
Grace, I sure do. Check out my Job Search Advice for Over 50 Year Olds and my video on age discrimination. They're on the channel.
Just Ark (1 month ago)
oh my God! This is gold!!!!
Jess 28 (1 month ago)
Hi Andrew! I'm a teenager seeking casual employment for the first time, therefore have no experience working wise. In the cover letter, you state that you should say "I offer [insert number of years] years of experience [insert your specialty here] and excellent [insert related skills that will help you perform the job here] skills, which should make me a strong candidate for this opening." What should I write in this paragraph instead?
Maya Etzion Faiman (1 month ago)
Thank you for the tips! how would you approach a few gap years due to a full time stay at home mother? (I am proud of these as well!) My experience is wide and unconventional, I think that is probably my 'forte' but it is some years ago.... thanks in advance!
Maya Etzion Faiman (1 month ago)
Thank you! will look into it (:
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
Maya, there are a couple things you can do, but don’t try to make an explanation in the work experience section of your resume. Just leave the gap. You can explain it in the cover letter, email, or application if you’d like. You can also put it at the very bottom of your resume. If you performed any volunteer related acts during your stay at home mom period it’s a nice touch to include those at the bottom too. Also, if you head to www.andrewlacivita.com, and type in stay at home mom in the search bar, I have a free ebook for stay at home parents!
Billie Jean (1 month ago)
Thank you Andrew for the clear explanation of the cover letter 💙
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
You’re welcome Billie Jean!
RandomTv (1 month ago)
Thanks for the video, it was very helpful and saved a lot of time. Truly appreciate it.
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
You’re so welcome Random! :)
Justin Pettit (1 month ago)
I'm 28 and I've never had to do a cover letter ever for any job. Now all of a sudden a job is asking me about this. Lol.
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
Now you know what to do Justin!
Mikhail Memedovich (1 month ago)
Does this same rule apply to interns? The resume guide for many companies require us to put education at the top followed by professional experience since we are still students. Thanks
Mikhail Memedovich (1 month ago)
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
Mikhail, great question. That's one way to go, but if you'd like a template that's more effective please check out my video titled this one trick will make your college resume stand out!
Jake Diaz (1 month ago)
Thanks for your free advice.
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
You're welcome Jake!
JK Campbell (1 month ago)
Thank you!!! Writing specialized intricate cover letters for each prospective employer has been daunting and what has held me back from applying for a new job. This was so simple, yet so powerful and I’m going to apply it right now! THANK YOU!!! 🙌🏻
Anthony Oates (1 month ago)
Hi, I am a 40 year old man looking to change career paths all together. Can you give me any advice or tips to get companies to give a chance.
Anthony Oates (1 month ago)
+Andrew LaCivita thank you
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
Hey Anthony! I changed careers at 38 and at 50! Check out my career changer playlist on YouTube. There are 3 or so really nice videos that walk you through the process!
Justine Iris (1 month ago)
Thank you Andrew for this video. :)
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
You're welcome Justine!
Thank you!!! I somehow manage to get a job (my first job) that I’ve been at for 3 years now but I’m currently looking for a second job. I literally had nothing but 1 job that i worked at for 2 weeks. But now I’m looking for a second job, I’m planning to hustle my resume in person, online, everywhere, and I’m not going to take ANY chances, i want it to look as polished as possible. I want to be given a chance. I’ll definitely watch this again along with your other videos within the following weeks. Thank you for this!
E. G. (1 month ago)
Thank you for that information. It was never done by me but now I will add that on my resume. Thank you again.
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
You're welcome!!!
G Kim (1 month ago)
I should have watched your videos before I spent almost 10 hours struggling with my cover letter and resume
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
It's okay G! You found me now!
Diana Tumwagale (1 month ago)
Trying it out,I hope it helps. Also the cover letter could work out just fine but I think I always mess up in the interviews. Could you please take about interviews,how we should respond to questions,the dos and don'ts of interviews and any other tips.thanks
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
Diana! I have an entire playlist on job interviewing and I also give away my award-winning book Interview Intervention for FREE. You can get the Hardcover, eBook, Audiobook, and more for free when you pay $7 Shipping and Handling. Get that here: https://www.milewalkacademy.com/p/free-hardcover-copy-of-interview-intervention. Check out the entire interviewing playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxjGQaV8rAh31XjOpXApfzfs2L8S5gKfp. And, join me on my YouTube channel on Thursdays for live office hours!
Ericka J Stevens (1 month ago)
Thank you for sharing this. Your tips are excellent! I was struggling with what to say about my experience and how it would be a benefit to the position I am applying for.
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
Great to hear Ericka! I hope they help!
Dean Curtis (1 month ago)
Thanks that was really helpful
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
You're welcome Dean!
brian almanza (1 month ago)
I just stumbled upon this video it's super helpful thank you I will implement it from now on. I do have one question though if you are a recent graduate with no work experience should this format work as well or are there any variations that would be better? Thank you!
brian almanza (1 month ago)
+Andrew LaCivita okay thank you so much!
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
Brian, great question. Just swap the career accomplishment with either an internship/summer job accomplishment or school project initiative!
Jacob Sanchez (1 month ago)
I will be graduating in December and will be applying for my first line of careers as a software engineer. This is a great video! One of the best that has helped me so far.
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
Great to hear it Jacob!
Cat Kondreck (1 month ago)
Thank you so much for this video. I honestly thought I knew everything about writing cover letters; however, you truly openedmy eyes to how I can greatly improve my cover letters and also get it more interviews. Thank you so much. Cat kondreck
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
You're welcome Cat!!!
D Jam3s (1 month ago)
Thank you God bless
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
You are welcome!
COOKING WITH SAM (1 month ago)
Iam a fresher ,what should i say regarding to my experience?
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
Check my video on how to make your college resume stand out!
Joe (1 month ago)
This is a great video. Very helpful. Thanks.
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
Thanks so much Joe!
John Miller (1 month ago)
Yes these are the best video on YoTube. Awesome Videos here on Cover Letter That Gets You The Job Interview. Original and very useful topic, great videos, great advice and talented professor.
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
So nice of you to say John!
Mohamed Ibraheem (1 month ago)
Please help me
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
I'm happy to. There are tons of free videos out here and also check out my blog and training site for me free stuff!
Mohamed Ibraheem (1 month ago)
How do i wrote amotivation letter for an scholarship i need amaster scholarship
That1NativeGuy97 (1 month ago)
Damn that's some good shit
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
Nice. :) Glad you liked it!
Jan Perry (1 month ago)
Hi sir. I've been applying for jobs with no experience in them. Am I wasting my time? Jan.
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
You're not wasting your time Jan. You can actually get Interview Intervention for free and it'll help you answer the questions when you don't have the experience. Check the front page of the www.milewalkacademy.com.
Kp1832 (1 month ago)
I don't feel like my resume and cover letter get attention from companies not enough to be wanted to hire.
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
KP, check out my resume playlist on YouTube!
Ishrat Haroon (2 months ago)
Good and helpful information about how to write a cover letter.
Andrew LaCivita (1 month ago)
Thanks Ishrat!
Bradley W (2 months ago)
Hey buddy, this is good stuff right here. Still reigns true.
LS Quigley (2 months ago)
Very helpful video!! My questions is about brevity. I'm great at making short and effective points. But doing something well can often appear effortless, to which a recruiter could mistake for lessened interest. At what point is it best, in your opinion, to exhume a bit so a quick read doesn't get overlooked? Thank you Andrew!
Laurie Clarkson (2 months ago)
Thanks for the tips! I agree with your method of keeping it short and effective. Some sites have advised writing long "stories" about your accomplishments and I just don't think that is wise. Glad you agree!
serguei mayen (2 months ago)
Hello Andrew, I have a question I hope you would help me with. Should I include why am interested in the postion/company?
Andrew LaCivita (2 months ago)
You most certainly can. Also, check out my video on how to apply when there is no job opening. I have a 7 sentence cover letter in that one that includes your language!
Tammy Simkins (2 months ago)
Thank you. I find your advice most helpful.
Andrew LaCivita (2 months ago)
You're welcome Tammy!
Wayne Bassey (2 months ago)
Thank you, Andrew
Andrew LaCivita (2 months ago)
You're welcome Wayne!
boring but it will pay off
Andrew LaCivita (2 months ago)
:) don't knock boring when it's a necessary evil, but make it shine in your resume. Hopefully, you caught my video on how to get yours noticed and also the one on how exactly to build it!
Amaan Hussain (2 months ago)
lol whats happens if you have 0 years of experience ? and 0 accomplishments for the job itself?
clyde herald matugas (2 months ago)
Thank you sir.
Andrew LaCivita (2 months ago)
You're welcome!
The Career Force (2 months ago)
Quality is always > quantity. When I was a hiring manager, I was much more likely to completely read a concise letter, but rarely fully read a long letter.
Marie John 3:16 (2 months ago)
👍 Awesome video. You nailed it. Thank you.💗 God Bless you.🌻
Andrew LaCivita (2 months ago)
You're soooo welcome!
Soumi De (2 months ago)
Thanks for sharing your concise and informative ideas for writing a good cover letter. It would be appreciated if you could provide some powerful and effective phrases for writing a cover letter in case of applying in academic institutes. Also it would be very helpful if you could enlight your advices for the freshers.
Amy Bruns (2 months ago)
Thank you so so so much for making this wonderful video!
Andrew LaCivita (2 months ago)
You're welcome!
Munkhtur Luvsanjambaa (2 months ago)
Impressive! I really appreciate what you have done for us! But have some water for your throat, please. Every time when I watch your video, it seems like your throat is so dry. Take care of yourself well for us! Don't get me wrong, it is a just friendly reminder for you! :) Best wishes to you, dear!
Andrew LaCivita (2 months ago)
Thank you for your concern. Sometimes I run in the AM before I shoot these. LOL
Kevin Perez (2 months ago)
Hi Andrew, Is it smart for me to have my experience from another completely different industry on my resume when applying to a job? Example: Trainer at Mac Cosmetics now Starting on Computer Science Field.
Native Queen (2 months ago)
Great video!
Andrew LaCivita (2 months ago)
Thank you!
Kellie Dennis (2 months ago)
Hi Andrew, thanks so much for this video and also responding to comments. on a personal level I wanted ask you about appearance as I have years exp in retail as front line person.
Andrew LaCivita (2 months ago)
Kellie, you're welcome. Can you do me a favor and clarify your question for me? I'm not sure what you want me to comment on!
Rheaah Sunshyn (3 months ago)
As an avid resistor of cover letters, I like this one. I agree there's too much email in employer's inboxes and this is great; updating the resume now, thanks.
Andrew LaCivita (2 months ago)
Thank you Rheaah!
Mike O'Brien (3 months ago)
Great advice Andrew! Thank you for the helpful tips!!
Andrew LaCivita (2 months ago)
You're welcome Mike!
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BKLNHobo (3 months ago)
Cover letters are indeed old fashioned.
PearsAreOkay (3 months ago)
It is August 6, 2018, and I will use this 4 sentence approach to the cover letters that I will be sending out, so stay tuned for RESULTS
Andrew LaCivita (3 months ago)
Can’t wait to hear back!!!
Anquetta Brown (3 months ago)
Hello Andrew! I'm looking for a part time job. Do you have any pointers when applying for a position or field that you have not worked in for years?
Andrew LaCivita (3 months ago)
Anquetta, I would treat it as a "career change" and I have several videos on YouTube regarding how would address. Check out the career changer videos. There are at least 3-4 of them!
LENIN990 (3 months ago)
Andrew LaCivita (3 months ago)
You’re welcome!
Jeanette Watts (3 months ago)
Thank you for sharing this information with me. I have been out of the world job force for almost ten years and things have changed in so many ways during that time. Even though I have all the skills for every job I apply to, the difficult task is to get the employer to see that I am capable and well suited for the position. However I feel that with your help I can learn the correct way of building my resume and cover letter for the job of my dreams. Thank you again for sharing your talents and May GOD Bless you for this.
Andrew LaCivita (3 months ago)
Jeanette, you're welcome. Head over to www.andrewlacivita.com and in the search bar put stay at home mom or stay at home parent. (It doesn't matter what you reason was for being away for 10 years.) Just use the free booklet as your guide to return to the workforce!
Felicia Burgett (3 months ago)
What about the closing?
David Williams (3 months ago)
Perfect! Straight to the point love it!
Andrew LaCivita (3 months ago)
Thanks David!
A Sobhan Seikh (3 months ago)
I would say that really important guidance I have got from your speach. THank you Mr.
Andrew LaCivita (3 months ago)
Great to hear!!
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Andrew LaCivita (3 months ago)
I'm pretty sure you meant that as a compliment, so I'm going to take it that way!! Thank YOU!
Labani Nasrin (3 months ago)
what will a fresher do during writing a cover letter?? How will explain him/ herself that he/ she is worthy enough for this job without any experience??
Rikin Shah (3 months ago)
Hey Labani! Just because you don't have experience doesn't mean you're not worthy of a job. I would suggest telling a story about why you would be a good fit for the company. You can show experience from internships or be involved in organizations in school/around the community. Feel free to check out my channel/shoot me a message for more guidance for recruiting for internships/jobs as a college student.
Miroslava 617 (3 months ago)
Thank you so much! simple and to the point!
Andrew LaCivita (3 months ago)
You're welcome!
Saint Zero Z (3 months ago)
Thank you from one Andrew to another thanks for helping me. I wouldn't of written one if it wasn't for this.
Andrew LaCivita (3 months ago)
You're welcome!
SANDIP DAS (3 months ago)
Sir 4 sentences concept is really awesome.
Andrew LaCivita (3 months ago)
Glad you liked it Sandip!
pharahkhan muhammed (3 months ago)
hi! good job. how do you go by if you have no work experience
GirlWithNoName (3 months ago)
This was really helpful and straight to the point. Thank you very much!
Andrew LaCivita (3 months ago)
You're welcome!
webdude321 (3 months ago)
Really appreciated your video Brotha Andrew, going to Amazon to purchased your book.
Andrew LaCivita (3 months ago)
Webdude! Head here: https://www.milewalkacademy.com/p/free-hardcover-copy-of-interview-intervention. If you already purchased it from Amazon, give that copy to a friend or family member. Sign up to get my free hardcover and also get the eBook and Audiobook too!
Timi Boose (4 months ago)
what if I can't think of 3 significant accomplishments?
James Rondyang (4 months ago)
Thank you for this greatest ideas n information that benefiting many individual globally
Andrew LaCivita (4 months ago)
You're welcome JAMES!
lifeismusicization (4 months ago)
I followed your format for my cover letter and was offered a position that didn't even exist. Seriously. Thank you!
Rheaah Sunshyn (3 months ago)
Whoa, that's so cool, congrats!
Andrew LaCivita (4 months ago)
Out. Stand. Ing.
Thy Classics (4 months ago)
What if as well I do not have years of experience and I'm looking to get into a job
T-Cat (4 months ago)
Hi Sir :). May I please ask you to do a video on writing a good resume for people who have no work experience & are applying for a job &/or an internship?
Kristina Biore' (4 months ago)
very helpful really needed this
Andrew LaCivita (4 months ago)
Glad you liked the tips!
Jose Brevil (4 months ago)
Bonnie Mayer (4 months ago)
I watced your video on cover letters. I did not realize the importance of making one before. Now I do. Thank you
QuarterV0id (4 months ago)
Hi Andrew! I wanted to thank you for your amazing content! This has been really helpful to me and I have one question regarding my experience and something that was asked during an interview! I also want to say I was struggling to get answers so I studied your videos and as soon as I started using your knowledge, I got answers and interviews! No job yet but it will come no doubt about it! About a recent interview I had: The interviewers was a professional recruiter and I had the feeling everything went pretty well (I used your questions, and he said they were great questions ;) I also asked some during the interview and didn't wait for the end!). One I was not prepared for: he asked about a time someone gave me feedback. What would you reply to this kind of question? I guess he wanted to see if I was open to change, progression and if I was taking into consideration feedback or so? Thank you so much Andrew and see you on the next live office! Cheers
QuarterV0id (4 months ago)
It is funny because thanks to your videos I can now tell when someone's actual work is to interview people, it makes the interview so enjoyable! I prepared a lot of questions but somehow this one never showed as I was preparing but it seemed logical.. At least now I'll know! Thank you so much for the answer, we are so lucky you offer us all this knowledge for free. Best to you!
Andrew LaCivita (4 months ago)
You're so welcome for all the material and this is a great question. Interestingly, I was asked this very question in my private monthly coaching last month. You should always be prepared for the questions "about a time when you gave or received feedback." Answer with I always like the feedback from my superiors, peers, and others because it's valuable to hear how they perceive me and feel I'm doing. I never get defensive when I receive the feedback because the most important thing about feedback is WHY they feel what they feel. I like to focus on that so I can better understand, learn, adjust, etc.
Sath Sah (4 months ago)
Thanks a billion for making and uploading this video
Danny Gee (4 months ago)
Andy you're the man, Taco Bell here i come!!!!
David Lythberg (4 months ago)
Hello Andrew please how do i write a cover letter for a job opening that is not specified
Navneet singh chundawat (4 months ago)
Thank you It's very helpful
Andrew LaCivita (4 months ago)
You're welcome!
Cam Spr (4 months ago)
Hi Andrew! I was looking for a cover letter that is short and to the point, without having to revamp everything that is already listed on my resume. Thank you so much!
Andrew LaCivita (4 months ago)
You're welcome so much!
Elizabeth Agbon (5 months ago)
Andrew LaCivita (5 months ago)
Glad you liked it!
Ashley Carrasquillo (5 months ago)
Hi Andrew, I’m a high schooler who is applying for a senator internship. I need a one page cover letter indicating my weekly availability. I obviously have no prior experience. How can I go about this? Any information is greatly appreciated.
Arturo Pacceco (5 months ago)
In the Marine Corps, we'd answer the phone saying, "Good morning/afternoon/evening, this is (Rank, Last Name), How may I help you sir or ma'am?" So I don't think it sounds unprofessional to type "Dear sir or ma'am."
Andrew LaCivita (5 months ago)
Hey Arturo, certainly not unprofessional, but a little bit out dated in the commercial arena. Try Dear Hiring Team or Dear Hiring Official. It's a little more current.
Arturo Pacceco (5 months ago)
Hell yeah thank you.
Andrew LaCivita (5 months ago)
Thanks Arturo!
BIG GEE (5 months ago)
Short and sweat.
Andrew LaCivita (5 months ago)
Thank you!
Nia Nguyen (5 months ago)
i have no experience I am 14 and applying for my first job at kroger so I'll try to use this.
Martha (5 months ago)
Excellent advice I will follow it!
Andrew LaCivita (5 months ago)
Glad you liked it Martha!!
Logan David (5 months ago)
Thank you! <3
Andrew LaCivita (5 months ago)
You're welcome!
Rod Mcdonough (5 months ago)
Excellent info and explanation, very helpful!
Andrew LaCivita (5 months ago)
Glad you liked it Rod!

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