The last step, but perhaps the most important one. While writing the letter, you might realize there are some superlatives as a description of your knowledge or your accomplishments. We suggest avoiding that because it can often sound pretentious. It is completely desirable to write about your successes but try to do it modestly. You should know that only by listing the activities in which you participated and the rewards you received will be enough for the employer to conclude that you are an excellent candidate. By letting the reader conclude from the content about your characteristics, you will avoid being boastful.
Here’s a good example:
“As a volunteer in a non-governmental organization XYZ Serbia, Association for the support of children in out-of-family upbringing, I am working on the project “Support the Family”, aimed at the affirmation of human rights and on the democratization of the civil society.”
Now that you have all the instructions, harmonize your letter of motivation with them. We are sure that the employer will look forward to meeting you through the letter, and if he likes what you wrote, you will get the chance to meet them too, on the job interview!