Being a recruiter helped me hone my gut. No, not the gut from countless beers from boozy client meetings, but my instincts. As a recruiter, I dealt with both honest candidates and managers… and liars that cost me thousands of dollars. When that happens to you, you learn to start listening a lot less with your ears, and focus on the feeling in your belly. Do you trust your gut?
Regardless of what you do for a living, you have probably felt the pain of doing something against your better instincts. You listened to your head and not your heart—whether about the details of a proposal, the advice of a colleague, or considering a new hire. How many times in life have we clenched our teeth and grunted, “I know I shouldn’t have _____!”
When is it time to hunt for a new job? Is the company offering you a position truly right for you?
In this article, I’ll be addressing the real ultimate decision-maker in terms of quitting your job and…
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