—First, you need not to be afraid of anything, to be brave. This is a very valuable piece of advice because many novice recruiters are afraid to write to a candidate, they are afraid to speak, but if you initially designate that you are a novice recruiter, people will be lenient towards you. Secondly, constantly learn and delve into something new and don't try to find the ideal candidates, because they do not exist. You need to understand that candidates make their resumes poorly, while customers poorly formulate their requirements. It is necessary to guess which candidate could be appropriate and empirically identify the ideal one.