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I’ve noticed many professionals early in their careers correlate working long hours with success. Prestigious jobs in professional services (finance, technology, law, etc.) often have demanding work environments with the expectation of consistent 60+ hour work weeks.
How frequently do you come up with ambitious goals only to have them fall flat within a few weeks? According to US News, 80% of new year’s resolutions fail by week two of February. Yikes… If you’re like me, you probably have a list of goals for yourself at any given moment. And if you’re really like me, you drop the ball on half of these goals.
Cover letters are one of the greatest mysteries in the internship and full-time recruiting process. Very few people know what a strong cover letter looks like. And I’ll be honest -- the cover letter I used throughout my recruiting process was a B grade at best.
But after being on the receiving end of cold emails for a year, I quickly realized it’s incredibly difficult to reply to each person, let alone take every call. I have three strategies for getting in touch with someone who may be targeted by many other applicants:
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The final installment of my entire recruiting journey. I discuss my summer internship at Disney, my experience interviewing for Bain and LinkedIn, and choosing an offer.