A seven year old might have a future at Google.
What's the best way to land your dram job, networking events, perhaps connecting with people on LinkedIn.
How about writing a good old fashioned letter.
Seven year old Chloe Bridgewater wrote a letter to the Google boss explaining how she would like to work for Google in the future.
The letter said that working at Google involves Sitting on bean bags and riding go karts.
Chloe was quick to mention that she likes computers, as well.
The letter goes on to say Chloe's dad told her to send an application to Google for a job.
She didn't know what an application was, so she sent a letter instead.
So, what happened?
Well, the Google boss himself, wrote back.
That's right, Google CEO Sundar Pichai wrote Chloe a response that thanks Chloe for her letter.
In his letter Pichai says if she keeps working hard and following your dreams, she can accomplish everything she sets her mind to.
He also says, he looks forward to receiving her job application in the future.
There's a lesson in this folks, it never hurts to ask.
For more information check out cnet.com.
I'm Izaak Harland and I'll see you online.
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