Dear Sir or Madam,
I wish to apply for the position of a secretary you advertised in Beijing Weekly the other day. I will graduate from Peking University and obtain my bachelor’s degree in a few months. I am majored in business management, and I am 23 years old. I feel that my qualifications and intern experience makes me a suitable candidate for this job, which, according to the advertisement description, demands a multi-lingual person with some secretary experience. Chinese is my home tongue, and I have been the Best Host in the host competition of our school. Besides, I have a fair mastery of English, and my CET-4 is 657 point and CET-6 is 625 point. As for my work experience, I have been an intern secretary in one of the world top 500 companies for one year. The whole year’s intern experience has helped me aware of the importance of co-operation and co-ordination among coworkers.
Thank you for your consideration of my application. I am looking forward to your reply.
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writing in response to the advertisement you placed in the China Daily of December 13, for an assistant manager in your company. Both my educational background and work experience closely parallel your requirement.
I will graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource with honors in July, 2014. I am convinced that the relevant knowledge acquired in university will lay a solid foundation for my future career. Another point I want to draw your attention to is that I have taken an active part in a wide range of campus activates. In the due process, my team spirit has been enhanced and my interpersonal skills improved. Enclosed with the letter is my resume which further detailed my qualification and experience.
If you could grant me an interview, I will be highly appreciated. I can be reached at the 54545454. Thank you for your consideration and looking forward to your favorable reply.
It is an established fact that the topic concerning happiness has aroused stormy discussions in newspapers, television and network. So what is happiness? When it comes to the above-mentioned question, people opinions vary widely. While some people hold happiness equal to nonexistence of problems, others stand on a different ground, for they argue that happiness results from confronting and addressing problems instead of disregarding or avoiding them.
While the pace of people’s living is speeding up, the happiness index is lower and lower. According to the recent statistic conducted by CCTV—China's most influential television station，people who hold that they are in a state of unhappiness account for 78%. This phenomenon is mostly due to the different attitudes towards happiness. To my mind, for one thing, it is necessary to keep positive mind when confronting with unpleasant things. For another, cooperation is of great significance in our life.
On the basis of the analysis above, we may draw a conlusion that keeping optimistic, cooperative, and stronghearted, combined with being persistent and decisive, really count in dealing with problems and being happy. Only people who are skilled in handling problems can fully enjoy happiness and success.
To paraphrase our forefathers: Happiness is not the absence of problems, but the ability to cope with them. The following examples can illustrate this viewpoint.
For example, Mandera, a well-known African political leader, suffers countless misery and faces a series serious problems. However, he is a happy man and easy to admire. Because he eradicates the inequality in Africa and makes a disproportionately contribution to African development.
Take a look around ourselves. The number of students who taking part in the entrance examinations for the postgraduate schools has swollen by about 11% every year. They confront with various problems including learning, psychology, and health. But they still are happy. Because with the help from WenDu the students can develop the ability to address all problems.
To ensure to develop this ability, you can do a lot. For instance, if you are reluctant to tackle problems, you can change thinking mode and eradicate pessimistic attitudes.
Happiness Depends on Solving Problems
There is a saying that happiness is not the absence of problems, but the ability to deal with them. Yes, if there are no problems, we will have no development, because the problem can lead us to think and to practice, which makes us develop further. If we have no development, we cannot have true happiness. Therefore, our happiness does not rely on the absence of problems but our ability to deal with them.
If we want to grasp true happiness, we should improve our abilities to deal with them. Now that the problems have appeared, firstly what we should do is not to ignore them but to pay our attention to them. Secondly, we should think about them and analyze what we can do to handle them. Thirdly, put our hands to the solving of the problems.
After you have solved the problems, you will feel very happy, as solving the problems brings you a feeling of achievement. Therefore, if we are encountered with problems in our life, welcome them and solve them. In the process of solving one problem after another, you will feel happier and happier.