Where I store my 145 platinum trophies, the relationship between aluminum cans and tangerines, or how a guy named Mario sparked my passion for Japan.
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Patience may be a virtue, but so is honesty. And while both are rare commodities in the postmodern business world, you’d be hard pressed to find a more easygoing and genuine recruiter than Nathan. For our Michigan native, each human relationship is like its own Rome, to be built carefully over time and with the other’s best interests at heart. This philosophy has earned him a second-to-none reputation in his field and a circle of clients and candidates who regard him in equal measures as friend and advisor. There’s a rigorous right-brain side to him as well, one inspired by his touchstone for methodical inquiry, Carl Sagan’s The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark. It makes perfect sense, then, that he is a world champion at online UNO, since winning at the tournament level requires one to forge bonds and understand risk-and-reward ratios. Since coming on board with us, Nathan has been enjoying more flexibility and independence. “Zensho treats its partners with respect,” he says, “allowing us to manage our own business and find our own results.” We’re sure glad he found us. Good things really do come to those who wait.