There are plenty out there. In fact, 31,000 people will be hired at $300k+ in the next 30 days, including 9,000 at $500k+. (details)
To be in the right place at the right time, market yourself discreetly, aggressively, and precisely.
Find the decision-makers most likely to hire you, and send them your value proposition letter by classic direct mail – not a resume and not an email. Use a concealed website and video clip to optimize your traction and interview while you sleep.
For those who do it right:
By contrast, networking has 50% odds in 18 months.
They might need you as a GM, COO or Division President. If you're the CEO of a small company, perhaps you would fit in as the EVP, COO or Division President of a larger company.
The incumbent CEO might be looking for a successor because of retirement, business expansion, or just because he or she wants to move on and open a new company. Or, the existing CEO may want to step back, step down, or step up as the Chairman. The reasons don't matter - what matters is that they need help more often than you'd expect.
Reach out to the VCs, Investment Bankers, Holding Companies and others who invest in companies. There are more than 20,000 in the database, and they might need you for a portfolio company. If you have money to invest and/or mention that you're looking for a stake in the outcome, this can significantly increase your odds.
Sending a value proposition letter to the decision-makers most likely to hire you is an accident of timing with predictable and statistical odds (85% in 90 days). And, it's the only way to reach thousands of decision-makers at the same time ... when you're available.
More than half of our clients earn $300k+, and 15% earn more than $1 million. Some are 8-figure executives. Most are Presidents and CEOs, including a Fortune 10 President and a Superbowl winner (on the cover of Sports Illustrated). We also serve clients overseas.
Our CEO clients are discreet, passive, confident, and confidential. We make sure they're not overexposed, and don't look desperate.