Skeleton Key for Cover Letters

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Skeleton Key for Cover LettersWhen I was a kid, I used to daydream about having a "skeleton key" -- one that would allow me to open any door and get inside without any effort

Looking back, I don't know why. I wasn't a thief or anything.

I guess I just enjoyed snooping around and going places where I shouldn't. (Like -- backstage at Disney World, or behind those doors in museums when someone "checks in the back"...)

Anyway...

Imagine if you had a skeleton for job opportunities.

One that would allow you to get your foot in any company's door and get a fair chance at being considered for the role you're applying for.

That's not too much to ask, is it -- a fair chance?

It's not like you want to cheat or get an unfair advantage over anyone else. Just fair consideration, based on your merits as a professional.

Well -- there is such a skeleton key.

In fact, it's more of a formula. You can use it to bang out compelling cover letters quickly, cover letters that earn you a fair chance.

This formula isn't complicated. Nor is it difficult. In fact, most of its power comes from using one specific sentence in the right place.

And, what's more, it works in almost any industry or field.

Whether you're applying for a job as a librarian or a location scout, this formula uses clever psychology to hook a recruiter, hiring manager, HR rep, or anyone else into reading your resume and giving you a fair chance.

It's kind of like when someone is telling you a killer joke, and they build it up and build it up, and then... their phone rings and they leave the room.

You're itching for them to come back and give you the punchline.

That's kind of how this cover letter formula works.

If this is where you're stuck right now with your job search (or even if you have a job, but you're eager for new and better opportunities), then you might want to check out this formula.

It could be the thing that gets recruiters and hiring managers calling you back, rather than tossing your resume into the "black hole".

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Alan Carniol

Alan is the creator of Interview Success Formula, a training program that has helped more than 40,000 job seekers to ace their interviews and land the jobs they deserve. Interviewers love asking curveball questions to weed out job seekers. But the truth is, most of these questions are asking about a few key areas. Learn more about how to outsmart tough interviewers by watching this video.