How To Write An Introduction Email

How To Write An Introduction Email

Watch out FREE Tutorial - 8 Mistakes You're Making When Applying To Jobs Online: https://www.workitdaily.com/why-shut-out-hiring-process-youtube/ Successful networkers don’t just make an effort to meet as many people as they can, they also make an effort to bring people together within their network. When you introduce two connections, your network becomes stronger and more valuable. But how do you introduce two people effectively? First, play matchmaker. First, you need to identify two people within your network who can benefit from knowing each other. Pair people up who have similar interests or goals. Or, match up two people who might be able to help each other in some way. Make an effort to help both parties with your introductions, not just one. Remember, your connections trust you to carefully screen people before you make introductions. They don’t necessarily want to be bombarded by random requests, and you need to respect that. Don’t sell out your network to just anyone! And now, the guidelines. Here are a few quick tips for writing an introduction email to someone in your network: - Keep it brief. You don’t need to write a novel. - Reference similarities. What do these two people have in common? - Be specific. Provide specifics that can facilitate conversation between your connections. - CC both parties on the email. That way, they can just hit “Reply.” You can use this format on LinkedIn messaging or regular email. Either way works! Okay, now here’s what you say… You don’t want to randomly introduce two connections without context. This will not be helpful to either party. That’s why crafting a brief, informative message to each contact is critical. The good news is that writing an introduction email doesn’t have to be hard. You just need to know what to say! Make sure you send a brief message explaining how each person can benefit from knowing each other. Here’s an example of an introduction email: Hi Linda, this is Lucy – she’s interested in getting playing a bigger part in breast cancer awareness. Since you’re an active volunteer for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, I thought you two would like to connect and collaborate in some way. Happy networking! There you have it. Now that you know how to write an introduction email, it’s time to get out there and start bringing people together! _____________________________ Want to hear all 8 mistakes you're making when applying to jobs online? Click this link and get access to J.T.'s FREE TUTORIAL on what it takes to remove the roadblocks to job search: https://www.workitdaily.com/why-shut-out-hiring-process-youtube/ And, if you want J.T. and her team to help you become a pro at interviewing, negotiating and more, then you need to check out our career support platform. Want to learn more about our affordable Premium Subscription? Go Here: https://www.workitdaily.com/pricing/ Follow Work It Daily: https://www.workitdaily.com/ https://twitter.com/workitdaily?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/groups/WorkItDaily https://www.facebook.com/WorkItDaily/ #LinkedIn #LinkedInTips #JobSearch

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge : How to Set Always CC/Bcc myself Email (Android Marshmallow)

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Create Reminder Emails with Google Calendar

Create Reminder Emails with Google Calendar

In this video, I’ll show you how I set up regular reminder emails using Google Calendar. Please subscribe and leave comments below! **** A truncated transcript follows. A full transcript can be found at www.marblejar.net. **** Hi, everyone! This is Lara Hammock from the Marble Jar channel and in today’s video, I’ll show you how I set up regular reminder emails using Google Calendar. If you’ve seen some of my other videos, you’ll know that I use Gmail as the main single-stream communication funnel for the electronic information in my life. That means I check my email frequently. I am also super forgetful and basically run my life on reminders. I have lots of systems — see my plethora of videos — but many times, I would like a reminder delivered to my email inbox. I've tried a bunch of solutions to this issue including Memo To Me and Boomerang -- some of which cost money, but I prefer to use Google Calendar since it is already a tool that I use frequently. There are two types of email reminders. The first is an Email Reminder with Appointment So, sometimes I KNOW that I’m going to forget an appointment or to do something at a specific time. Here are a couple of examples — I have a doctor’s appointment scheduled really early, like 7:30am, which is before I’ve really organized myself for the day. There is a 70% chance I’ll remember it too late and then have to run around with my hair on fire to get there on time. Or how about this — I agreed to leave a donation for the Lupus foundation, which I’m supposed to put out in front of my garage by 7am. Yeah, I’m probably going to forget to do this and then they’ll either have to knock on my door or I’ll miss the pick-up window altogether. It’s usually events that are out of the ordinary and a little too early in the day to be caught by my daily systems. For these occasions, I use Google Calendar’s email notifications. They also used to have text notifications, which I used to double notify myself, but they got rid of those unfortunately. So, this is for situations where I already have an appointment. For example, here is a doctor’s appointment at 7:30am. I’m going to set a notification for this. Ideally, I want 2 emails — 1 the night before and another about an hour prior to the appointment, so that I can be ready and leave on time. In a browser, I just go down to Notifications, Switch it to Email and choose to notify myself 60 minutes in advance. Now I’ll add a 2nd Email Notification for 12 hours in advance. Perfect. You can also do this on the Google Calendar mobile app. One hour before is pretty straightforward. In order to do 12 hours in advance, you have to do a custom notification. Then you get an email in your inbox that looks like this. That is all I need to move the appointment from my brain's hard drive over to RAM so that I can arrange my morning to make it to this appointment. The second scenario is where I want an Email Reminder with no appointment Sometimes I just need a reminder, but I don't have an appointment on my calendar. For example, I send myself an email every morning with a helpful link to fill out my Habit Change Form. You can see my video on this somewhat nutty process of mine. I also have this task in my Toodledo list, but I happen to like a convenient email landing in my inbox every morning as well. But here's the thing - I don't want a daily appointment clogging up my actual calendar for a number of nit-picky reasons. Here's another example -- I have an email reminder sent to me every Sunday afternoon to remind my husband to call his parents -- don't even ask. I do not want this showing up on my Sunday calendar like an actual appointment, but I do like the email reminder. For these situations, I've created a whole other Google Calendar called "Lara's Reminders". To do this, you'll have to access Google Calendar from a browser. Hit the Gears icon, then choose Settings, now click Add Calendar then New Calendar and name it something. Now, it should show up under My Calendars. Now I'm going to enter my daily Habit Change reminder by putting in an appointment at 6am, calling it "Habit Change Form" and assigning it to the "Lara's Reminders" calendar with the drop down list. Now I'm going to hit more options and then make it reoccur daily. . .

My ADHD Brain: How to Single Stream Your Email

My ADHD Brain: How to Single Stream Your Email

In this video, I'll talk about using Gmail as a single stream funnel for the electronic information that enters my world. This is part of a series on my ADHD brain and all of the systems I use to compensate for a lack of internal structure and organization. Please subscribe and leave comments below! **** A truncated transcript follows. A full transcript can be found at https://www.marblejar.net/blog/2017/6/24/my-adhd-brain-single-stream-gmail. **** Hi, everyone! This is Lara Hammock from the Marble Jar channel and in this video I'll talk about using Gmail as a single stream funnel for the electronic information that enters my world. This is part of a series on my ADHD brain and all of the systems I use to compensate for a lack of internal structure and organization. If you've watched the overview video of my organizational apps, you know that I use Gmail as the central funnel through which all electronic data enters my world. Kind of like having one single inbox to check and work through. I just wasn't keeping up well when I had four different inboxes to deal with. Let's walk through what that looks like for each kind of information: • Landline voicemail - okay -- this is archaic and I know a bunch of people who never check their landline voice mail. But I have a couple of old school relatives in my life who would be none too pleased if I never responded to their urgent voicemails. Verizon is the provider for my landline service and they offer something called visual voicemail which for a small monthly fee allows you to have voicemails sent as an audio file to an email address of your choice. Totally worth it to stay in the good graces of said relatives. • Cell phone voicemail - I use Google Voice to get my cell phone voicemail messages sent to my email. I like this service even better than the one for my landline, since they attempt to translate the message into text, which saves me a little time since I don't have to find an opportunity to listen to the audio. I'll do a video on how to do this later on. • Conversations and things that pop into my head - unfortunately, there is no way to automate this, so I write emails to myself, or use Siri to send myself email reminders. Like this, "Hey, Siri -- send me an email about remember to take the chicken out to thaw." • Texts - texts are totally wreaking havoc with my system. It drives me crazy that you can't mark a message unread after you've read it -- you know, to remind yourself to go back and do it! Because I can't figure out how to do this without jail breaking my phones, if I get a text I need to act on, I forward it to my email address. Here's how you do that on an iPhone: press down on the text bubble that you want to forward until you get additional option, choose More..., then choose the forward arrow and type in your email address. If you have your email address set up to receive iMessages, it will boomerang right back to you on text, so turn that off in Settings, Messages, Send and Receive. Then your text message should arrive in your inbox as a weird little text attachment. Two other important things: • Synchronized email - I have no patience for deleting or filing emails on multiple platforms. If I delete it on my iPad, I want it deleted on my computer and my iPhone. The only way to do this is to use an IMAP email service like gmail, which synchronizes between devices. If you are using a service that only uses POP3 protocol -- ditch it immediately and switch to an IMAP service. Otherwise, you'll waste a lot of time deleting emails in multiple places. You can keep your current email address just as long as your email service has a forwarding option -- most do. • Divert Unwanted Emails - this is a problem everyone deals with. In order to do anything on the Internet now, it seems you need to create an account. And in order to create an account, you need to put in an email address. Some people handle this by filtering out unwanted emails after they get to their inbox. The way I do it is by having a separate email address that I use solely for this purpose. My main Gmail address is sacred. But I have a Yahoo account that I use for online shopping sites, reward card programs and other stuff that I know will send me a bunch of spam. I can access my Yahoo inbox online for email coupons or to find tracking numbers, but it saves my main Gmail account from that torrent of unwanted email. Okay -- so all that is how email gets into my inbox. What happens next? I commit to getting my inbox to zero every three days or so. I can hear the gasping. Yes, it's possible. In order to start the process, you may have to declare email bankruptcy by deleting all emails before a certain date and letting your friends and coworkers know to reach back out to you if they are waiting on a response. . . **** Read a full transcript at www.marblejar.net. ****

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Forgot Gmail (Email ID's) Password ! What to do ? Solution | in Hindi

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