Personal Note for Job Application

Personal Note for Job Application

Hi Shirley,

You know, lately I've been thinking about how the job search is really a process of shaping and promoting one's personal brand. I firmly believe that we are all uniquely equipped to contribute to the world professionally. As such, we can consider ourselves professionally expert in our own right. Different experiences, skills, personalities; all these factors come into play.

So, in many ways, applying for a job becomes about communicating that identity effectively. A CV, a cover letter, an interview- they're just different vehicles for sharing our story. And you're very much familiar with it. The key, I think, lies in creating a compelling narrative.

This means integrating all aspects of who we are. Our strengths, our dreams, our values, and even our quirks and insecurities. It's not always easy to do by ourselves, but it's so rewarding once it starts resonating with others. This integrated approach will create a compelling narrative that enhances and embodies the brand's unique identity.

We have a treasure house of stories within us. Why not use them to make our applications more genuine, more engaging, more 'us'? I'm eager to hear more about your journey and how you're incorporating your own personal touch into your job seeking process!

Remember, even the most run-of-the-mill job-hunting advice can be unique when tailored to reflect who you truly are.

Anyway, that's enough rambling from me. I hope that you'll find something useful in this meandering train of thought. Here's to us and to the exciting, slightly terrifying, thoroughly rewarding journey that is the job search!

P.S. If you ever need an ear, know that I'm here. Applying for jobs can be a solitary journey, but it doesn't have to be.

All the best

Celeste M. Lafon

Note Templates @ Template.Net