Here are some other resources that we have found helpful. If you have found other resources, please let us know so that we can tell other readers.
Any time you are writing, especially when you’re writing a motivation letter for a job or educational position, you need to make sure that your spelling and grammar are accurate. Of course, you can use the spell checker that’s in your word processing application. That’s the minimum. However, we have found that Grammarly is a much better tool. They have a free tool that covers more spelling errors that your usual spell checker won’t check. It helps with common grammatical issues too.
For those really important writings, it’s worth checking out their more advanced version. It helps with readability, phrasing, and a lot more. This is especially true if English isn’t your first language or you aren’t a great writer.
Hiring for When You Don’t Want to Write
Our information is written assuming that you want to write your own motivational material. We hope that we can do that. Sometimes, you just don’t have the time or it’s out of your area of expertise. If you need to hire someone to help you, we recommend looking at Fiverr. Fiverr lets you hire a freelancer to do a specific project for you. Go to that site and search for the kind of writing that you need. You can see reviews for freelancers, look at what they offer and even speak to them before you hire them.
We wrote a quick guide on easy ways how to get the most out of Fiverr that might be helpful.
Resume.io specializes in resumes, CVs, and cover letters. They provide great resources for the job seeker in the form of help, templates, tools, and help with writing them.
Blue Sky Resumes
Blue Sky Resumes will help you write your resume, CV, job search letter, cover letter, and much more. They have a bunch of services for almost everything related to your job search. A lot of experience to help you with that perfect letter.