Albert Einstein died on this day in 1955. A Nobel Prize winner, theory of relativity creator and arguably the world’s best known genius, he developed the general theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics (alongside quantum mechanics).
While Einstein had an unparalleled scientific mind, on this anniversary of his death, we look at what he had to say on his success… When asked about his talent, Einstein replied “I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.”
Curiosity is a strong desire to know or learn something. We all have curiosity in life from the day we are born, but how can YOU put it to good use at BARE International?
Being curious is a strong asset when becoming a BARE evaluator. As you call, email and visit our clients, you should want to know everything about your surroundings… your initial feelings, the manner in which you are approached, the cleanliness of the venue, how long you are left on hold, the products you receive and how you received them… Curiosity should never stop when you’re on an assignment!
As an evaluator for BARE, you become a valuable part of the foundation upon which the game-changing insight we deliver to our clients is built. The same ethical standards we uphold when designing, implementing, and analyzing research strategies for our clients also applies to you as one of our evaluators. We strive to create opportunities as worthwhile to you as your work is to us.
With competition increasing daily, you’ll be a valuable asset to companies looking to improve customer experience. If you have a driven, curious and innovative mind, live by the words of Albert Einstein and become part of the BARE family today. Find out more here.