Here's the Perfect Email Template to Land a Job Interview

Before you hit send, check out this email template you can use for a consulting gig or job interview.

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For many entrepreneurs, pitching a stranger for a consulting gig or job interview is intimidating. What exactly do you write? What if you say the wrong thing and waste your one opportunity to make a good impression? Sending that perfect pitch email can be intimidating.

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At GrowthLab.com, where entrepreneurs go to launch and grow their businesses, we've seen hundreds of entrepreneurs face the same issue. They try to "cover all the bases" so they ramble or overshare (e.g. "I'm a marketing ninja and author with 10 years' experience who's passionate about sustainable energy and meditation.")

To help you, here's a bulletproof email script that every entrepreneur can use to pitch for a gig or interview. Notice how it's short and sweet -- essential when offering your service to someone who didn't know she needed them. Also, the next steps are specific, so it's easy for her to respond.

Related: 7 Email Etiquette Strategies That Will Win You Clients for Life

Check out the email script below.

Ramit Sethi

CEO of GrowthLab.com

Ramit Sethi is a New York Times bestselling author and CEO of GrowthLab.com, where entrepreneurs go to launch and grow their online business.

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