The 4 Sentence Cover Letter That Gets You The Job Interview



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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!

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42 thoughts on “The 4 Sentence Cover Letter That Gets You The Job Interview”

  1. Well, a guy in his home office must be right.

    I'll give it a go and lets see what happens!

  2. Great perspective on this. Too often candidates are all over the place with cover letters. Using the job description as a guide is really useful (it literally has all the details of what the employer is looking for!)

  3. You gotta tailor your cover letter and resume to the needs of the role and the company!!! Otherwise, it shows you didn't even bother to take the time to read few lines on the company and the role! Tailor, tailor, tailor!!! Seriously, is this a title to get more views? Because it really wastes job seekers' time and opportunity.

  4. I have a question about the third point: I have a professional summary and I could name 3 significant accomplishments that could be in alignment with the position I am applying for, but what if there are additional requirements in the job listing that I don't necessarily have experience doing? Do I just tailor it to the skills on my resume that align with the job description? It doesn't help that this job opening is one which I have been waiting for ages to apply for.

  5. Hi Andrew or who ever is open to help me,
    I'm studying at a collage and need to apply for an internship. I don't have any experience or references so I'm wondering if this method will work under these circumstances. (I'm from Germany and wanna apply to South Korea so the resume looks a little bit different here…)

  6. He says to use 4 sentences, but the descriptions he gives make me think that each of the 4 sentences should start a paragraph. Am I mistaken? Thoughts??

  7. Thank you. Thanks to this video I felt confident writing a cover letter for a job abroad.

  8. Disagree with "any position in your organization".
    It's arrogant, suggests desperation and tells the employer you don't care what you get.
    "Any position in your organization" may mean that you want the janitorial job. It's important to have clear boundaries with goals.

  9. Thank you! This is great guidance, the point about recruiters not having much time to read a whole drawn out cover letter struck a nerve with me, you are absolutely right. Brevity is the way to go, short and sweet.

  10. could anyone tell me what are the 4 sentences? i can not open the link. it not loading. Thank you

  11. COPIED: I am writing to inquire about the opening for A. I offer B years of experience in the C which makes me a strong candidate for this opening. The top portion of my attached resume highlights my career profile and three significant accomplishments that are in alignment with this position.

  12. Andrew Lacivita such short and good way your explain make cover letter really so good method to write cover letter

  13. You possess amazing presentation skills. Dankeschön also for your last video on how to be confident in front of a camera.

  14. It seems like 95% of the people got their dream jobs by writing a 4-sentence cover letter. Are these paid actors or is this for real? If yes, can some of you copy and paste exactly what you wrote? Of course, remove your personal info Or company name etc.

  15. So the cover letter would only be 4 sentences total? Or would this be how you start each paragraph. I’ve heard it should be around 250 words, not too sure though. Thoughts?

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