If you were on the phone with me, that would be one of your first…
John Borrowman, CPC
Borrowman Baker LLC
You’ve probably heard it said that you can’t time the stock market. And those who attempt it are doomed to failure. The same thing is true for the job market.
The best career opportunities may not be available when you are. You have to be ready to grab them when they come around.
The key step in that process is to establish a relationship with a recruiter. And not just any recruiter. Someone who knows business valuation in and out, and who understands what makes some careers skyrocket and others stall.
“Oh, I’m too busy to spend any time talking to a recruiter,” you say. “Besides, I’m pretty happy where I am.” And that approach will give you zero chance of hearing about the very thing that might catapult you forward in your career.
If you’re connected with a recruiter who really does know your field, there’s also a good chance that you’ll gain insight that you never would have had; perspective that comes from seeing the forest, when you may see only the trees. It’s also often the case that you’ll get a confirmation of something you thought was the case, but never had any evidence for it.
Here’s the question to consider: “What is it that if we knew about it, you would want to hear about it?”
No matter how satisfied you are, there’s probably an answer to that question. Talking to us could take you one step closer.