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Wait, How Do I Write This Email?: Game-Changing Templates for Networking and the Job Search Paperback – October 22, 2015
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"What Danny Rubin has created should be THE required career manual for every college graduate, young professional, savvy professional and basically anyone who communicates." -- Paul Angone, author of 101 Secrets For Your Twenties
"Take one look at the table of contents, and you'll understand how much these templates could boost your career and help you build relationships. Read Danny's book-you're going to need it." -- Dan Schawbel, bestselling author of Promote Yourself and Me 2.0
"Relevant and practical. A book you will turn to again and again." -- Jenna Goudreau, deputy editor of Business Insider
About the Author
Danny Rubin is fast becoming the communications expert for the millennial generation. The 31-year-old author, blogger and speaker is trusted by young professionals across the country who understand the power of strong writing, networking and interpersonal skills.
Danny believes improved writing skills can unlock doors and start conversations that may transform your career. He’s also the author of 25 Things Every Young Professional Should Know by Age 25.
You can find more of Danny’s insights on his blog, News To Live By (newstoliveby.net), which highlights the career advice “hidden” in the day’s top stories. Follow him on Twitter at @DannyHRubin.
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I continue to be dismayed at how poorly most applicants go about the job seeking process; now that this book is available my tendency to cut people slack for not knowing how to apply for a job may begin to diminish. I will say that, as in most things, there are other ways to accomplish the same objective, but the advice in this book is solid. Having the talent to do the job for which you are applying does not necessarily mean you have the talent to apply for the job (The converse is also true, most notable in many elected officials who campaign very well but govern very poorly. But I digress.). This book is your 'leg up' for that endeavor, following the advice put forth here will give you a chance to be judged on your merits. Ignore that advise at your peril.
What I feel really help was Danny Rubin's book tilted "Wait, How Do I Write this email?"The book overall stresses professional development. It made me more aware of how I am portraying myself to potential employers online and via email. I used the Networking Template: relationship building template which inspired me to be more intentional regarding fostering very healthy relationships with faculty and staff at my school. Also with alumni who have come back to give talks to other clubs I am involved with. Lastly I plan to use The Power of Stories Template to prepare for interview questions.
Below are pictures from when Danny came to do a free workshop for , Phenomenal Woman, a club I was the acting President for this past school year. He was nice enough to come on a Monday night at 8pm. Everyone pleas support if you can and invest in yourself. Another member and I have seen the benefits within this past semester, who both have gotten jobs and internships using this resource.
Mr. Rubin’s book covers topics I overlooked in the job search/networking. The first chapter: ‘How to Write Everything better’, sets up the rest of your writing for success. After applying these tips to my cover letter, the flow and style of my letter has transformed. The book addresses how to write better emails, networking templates, job search templates, graduate school templates, LinkedIn templates, effective resumes and cover letters, etc. But what this book has done so well is address the different situation any applicant is in (whether it is a recent graduate, unemployed, how to ask if a company has received your application, how to respond in X scenario, how to network with someone you met at a job fair, etc.). There are factors in the job search that I did not know one could improve on in order to land the job. This book brings out those factors and shows you how to execute. This is a MUST read!