I'm writing to inform you of my eagerness to disarm you. It appears you have mistaken me for a weak-minded individual who cannot stand the test of holding strong amongst a tedious and mostly disappointing process. In fact, I will conquer you, and it shall be brilliant.
It also appears you have brought the thunder in regards to building the best resume the earth has ever seen or thus perish amongst the remaining resumes who lie in a pile of shame. It is my intent to see your thunder and bring a bit of lightning to the party, for I know there is a company out there that will see my resume and find it to be the most spectacular document they've ever read.
Oh Job Hunting, I know you want to bring me merely shame and disappointment, but unfortunately for you I have only great anticipation with a side of gleaming hope, for Martin Luther King Jr. said,
"We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope."You may try to defeat this hope I have, but trust me, I will triumph.
Plainly stated, Job Hunting, stop trying to bring me down. I have what it takes to win this war and I won't be brought down by all the negativity oozing from each email stating "We have found another candidate." I will know that wasn't the job I was meant to have, and I will move on! And I know you're all like ...
But I got this. I've been practicing these job qualifications for years. And there IS an employer out there who will see that and be impressed and want to hire me without even an interview (dream world). Needless to say, I'm not afraid of you, so you might as well give on trying to intimidate me.
Because I got this!
You will not win!
I've got all the time in the world.