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Meet David Perry

A well-known name in executive search circles, David has personally closed more than 1000+ searches with a 99.7% success rate, and negotiated in excess of $200M in salaries.

His creative recruiting principles lead to him being nicknamed the 'Rogue Recruiter' by The Wall Street Journal.

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About David Perry

A well-known name in executive search circles, David has personally closed more than 1000+ searches with a 99.7% success rate, and negotiated in excess of $200M in salaries. His creative recruiting principles lead to him being nicknamed the 'Rogue Recruiter' by The Wall Street Journal.

The “Pain Letter”: How to Market and Sell Your Abilities to an Employer

By | 2017-07-21T14:18:03+00:00 July 10th, 2017|cover letters, guerrilla job hunting, Guerrilla Resumes, Pain Letter, Research, Strategy|

Pain Letters are an ideal way to raise your visibility for employers I subscribe to several e-newsletters. One perennial favorite is Dan Kennedy's. Dan is a professional marketer like my co-author Jay Levinson. His latest newsletter contained the following quote which is applicable to job hunters: The spider looks for a merchant who doesn't advertise [...]

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7 Steps to Developing Good Habits

By | 2017-07-21T14:18:04+00:00 March 28th, 2017|guerrilla job hunting|

Not getting the job you want after applying for quite a while could be frustrating. You might lose confidence in yourself and just stop job hunting. The truth is that you only need to change your daily habits. Perhaps, you don’t get the job you want because you also don’t know what you want to [...]

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How to answer interview question: ‘Why should we hire you?”

By | 2017-07-21T14:18:04+00:00 November 5th, 2016|guerrilla job hunting, Guerrilla Strategy, Interviewing|

Yesterday I experienced one of those interview moments from hell. Great candidate. Great Company. Horrible interview. Ever watch some one really blow it?  I mean become so tongue-tied and scattered in their thoughts and presentation that you’re actually embarrassed for the guy? That was my experience yesterday. It will cost this candidate a terrific six-figure [...]

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How Job Hunting is just like courting

By | 2017-07-21T14:18:04+00:00 June 27th, 2016|Careers, innovation, leadership, cover letters, guerrilla job hunting, Guerrilla Resumes, Guerrilla Strategy, Hidden job market, Interviewing, job hunting, job interviews, networking, resumes, Strategy|

Do you love me?  Will you love me forever...? I am amazed at how many people forget that an interview is a "personal selling" situation. Obviously I don't mean jumping up and down and doing a raw-raw sis-boom-bah chant but I do mean turning in your best effort AND asking for the job at the [...]

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New Grads stay focused and follow up creatively to land your dream job

By | 2017-07-21T14:18:04+00:00 June 6th, 2016|Careers, innovation, leadership, cover letters, guerrilla job hunting, Guerrilla Resumes, Guerrilla Strategy, Interviewing, job hunting, job interviews, Research, Strategy|

New Grads Despite the tight labor market, you CAN stand out from the crowd and get the job you really want. Consider Eugene, a software developer from Savage, MN. After getting serious about his job search, he found his ideal job -- at a higher salary than he expected -- in just over six weeks. [...]

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How to not “p@@@” off your friends when you’re job hunting!

By | 2016-07-08T14:38:16+00:00 April 25th, 2016|guerrilla job hunting, Guerrilla Resumes, Guerrilla Strategy, Interviewing, job hunting, job interviews, networking, Research, resumes, Strategy|

Everyone likes to help friends when they're job hunting. What they don't like is having their time wasted.  Here's how to avoid that: When someone asks you what kind of job do not say "I'm open to new opportunities" because when they then give you a couple of ideas and (they'll do that up to [...]

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A Book review today from Lorraine

By | 2016-07-08T14:45:30+00:00 April 24th, 2016|cover letters, guerrilla job hunting, Guerrilla Resumes, Guerrilla Strategy, Hidden job market, Interviewing, job hunting, job interviews, LinkedIn, resumes, Strategy|

"I found the book insightful and an eye-opener. It has helped me to see where I have been going wrong in the past and I am keen to start the strategy. I can see why the "target top 10" strategy would be very effective and that I need to be super focused, driven and innovative [...]

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15 Ways to Get Noticed on LinkedIn for the Right Reasons

By | 2017-07-21T14:18:05+00:00 April 18th, 2016|guerrilla job hunting, Guerrilla Strategy, LinkedIn, networking, Strategy|

Details on the complete Guerrilla LinkedIn Makeover can be had by clicking this link: Guerrilla LinkedIn Makeover. Setting up a free account on LinkedIn is a piece of cake. The main reason for having a profile is to showcase yourself to the world, so make sure you are getting noticed for all the right reasons. [...]

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Thank you notes matter – to everyone.

By | 2017-07-21T14:18:11+00:00 April 1st, 2016|guerrilla job hunting, Guerrilla Strategy, Strategy, Uncategorized|

Of course you should send a thank you note right after your interview.  On occasion though better late (or perfectly timed) than never.  Here's one I sent to a mentor and friend Bruce Firestone the founder of the Ottawa Senators hockey team in Ottawa, 28 years after a short talk that changed the trajectory of [...]

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