How much time people spend prepping for meetings, what’s the biggest hurdle in finding a mentor, and what are the most important factors when choosing a career opportunity?

#1 I created a poll on LinkedIn to see how much time people spend preparing for a sales meeting.
We had 33 people respond to the meeting.
14 said Half an hour
5 said a ratio of 1 to 1 meaning if it’s an hour meeting they spend an hour prepping for it
9 said less than half an hour
5 said an Hour

I typically spend on average 20-25 minutes prepping for a meeting so it sounds like I’m right on par with how most people are prepping.

#2. I created a poll on What’s the biggest hurdle in finding a mentor?
6 people said I don’t know where to start
11 Where to Find them
9 What to Ask them
Only 1 said I have plenty of mentors

Interesting insights I’ll be sure to post a video on this topic to share how I would go about leveraging mentors.

#3. 99 People Participated in What are the most important factors when choosing a career opportunity?
45 for Flexibility/Work-Life Balance
21 Salary/earning potential
18 for Career Opportunity/Mobility
5 for Benefits/Total Rewards

I was surprised to see Flexibility and work-life balance being #1. It seems like the last 3 years people have really started to value more of their whole life compared to in the past when it seemed like work was everything.

What other questions are you curious to find out about to post to my network?

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Davidson Hang is currently in Sales at Cheetah Digital which is a Marketing technology company located in NYC.

Davidson is an avid networker, personal growth- life and business coach.

He loves spreading the love and regularly helps people create and design the life they want for themselves.

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