So the number one thing in my opinion is you typically are going to do that internally. Right. That is that’s the number one way to do it if you’re with a company that you know it’s not cutting it and you don’t see that path anytime soon. Then my recommendation is a lot of people are looking to make that jump immediately. It’s a tough jump to do if you’re in an organization and you’re going to leave to try to make that transition. It’s not impossible. I’ve seen it happen it’s just not as common. Your best bet is to do your research on a company that promotes internal growth. I mean we have we have plenty of clients that I can think of where you know you could you could be an SDR for six months and then they get a bump you up to the next level to an account executive or at least the team lead or something. Companies typically. There are two ways they either promote from within or they go from outside to get what they want right. But you can do some research you can do it on LinkedIn. You can check LinkedIn profiles if you get a company and you see you know five or 10 people with you know a profile of you know business development rep for six months and then an account executive for a year and a half and then team lead for another year and you start to see multiple profiles like that. A lightbulb should go off on your head and say well look these guys like to promote from within they like to groom their own talent. And you know this is probably a good spot for me to land right. And I try to make that speech to them to say hey listen for the time being it might be worth making a lateral move. Leave your organization right now that does not promote that internal growth and join an organization that does. It could be a huge step in the right direction.
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