Ever struggle with an email to network or find a job?
Help has arrived.
Danny’s new book is packed with over 100 templates for the emails and documents the millennial generation needs to form relationships, land jobs and build careers.
“I’m grateful that I have two copies of Wait, How Do I Write This Email? because it is the most frequently borrowed book on my shelf.”
Eric Minor, Director of Student Careers — West Virginia University
Available in paperback and all device sizes!
***Download sample chapters — see right-side column for more info.***
More about the book
In his comprehensive guide, career expert Danny Rubin provides more than 100 critical email and document templates for networking and the job search. With each template, Danny saves you time and takes the stress out of professional email writing.
Wait, How Do I Write This Email? is a must-have resource for college students, recent grads, entrepreneurs and anyone else who needs to “get out there” and form new business relationships.
Wait, How Do I Write This Email? (264 pages) features templates for:
- Job search
- Thank-you notes
- Graduate school
- Phone etiquette
- Cover letters
Download fives templates for free!
- How to inquire about freelance opportunities
- How to network with alumni from your school
- How to apply even if the company has no openings
- How to write a strong LinkedIn profile summary
- How to write an impressive resume objective statement
Praise for Wait, How Do I Write This Email?
“Danny Rubin’s no-nonsense guide to effective writing is sure to make anyone a better communicator. If you’ve ever wondered, ‘How should I phrase that?’, this is your go-to source.” — Jenna Goudreau, deputy editor of Business Insider
“There are some books you keep by your desk, others you keep by your nightstand, and a few you take on vacation. Wait, How Do I Write This Email? qualifies as all three and will make you better from the minute you open it.” — Jonathan Jackson, program manager for consumer content at LinkedIn
“What Danny Rubin has created should be THE required career manual for every college graduate, young professional, savvy professional, and basically anyone who communicates. In any fashion.” — Paul Angone, author of 101 Secrets For Your Twenties and All Groan Up: Searching For Self, Faith, and a Freaking Job!
About the author
Danny Rubin is a communications expert who teaches high school students, college students and working professionals the power of strong writing and networking skills. His work has been featured in Business Insider and “The Learning Network,” the educational blog of the New York Times. He’s also the author of 25 Things Every Young Professional Should Know by Age 25.
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