Tag Archives: Time Management

Put the Wet Stuff on the Red Stuff

Hello, When firefighters enter a building that’s engulfed in flames, they never know exactly what danger might be lurking around the corner. It’s natural when they’re feeling overwhelmed or confused to have their sympathetic nervous system kick in, and cause them to freeze and become immobilized. To counter this natural tendency, they’re created simple actionable […]

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[Quick Tip]: Do the Closest thing to Money First…

Here’s a quick tip that was posted in our private Facebook Group…

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The October Bonus: LIVE Time Management Video Q&A

Hello, [POSTSCRIPT: This live training already took place, but you can view the entire hour-long presentation inside the Facebook Group under the “Videos” tab] I did a member-only Q&A a bit ago and it was a lot of fun, so I’m doing another one on October 7th. But this one will be a “Facebook Live”, […]

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“Ask Me Anything” – Audio Replay

Hello, Here is the audio replay from this week’s “Ask me anything” call. Here are the docs I mentioned on the call: – The Search Process Checklist – Marketing Options Script – The Permission Marketing Script Here are the 3 authors/ bloggers I mentioned that I’ve enjoyed recently: – James Altuchur – Derek Sivers – […]

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The April Video: Creating Candidate Call-In Hours

You can now download the unedited transcript for each video (or read it below) in case you prefer to read the content or save it for later. Be sure to also download This Month’s Audio & This Month’s Bonus. And for more productivity tips and ideas, check out the conversations happening right now in the […]

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Big Biller Interview with David Perry (Part II)

Below is your QUICK-START GUIDE, TRANSCRIPT and AUDIO for this month’s seminar: . David is the founder of Perry-Martel International and a well-known name in retained search circles. He has personally closed more than 1000+ searches with a 99.7% success rate, and negotiated in excess of $200M in salaries. . His creative recruiting principles lead […]

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How to Eliminate Rollercoaster Revenue

For too many owners the recruiting business feels a lot like an involuntary roller coaster ride. The highs feel exhilarating, but the lows make you feel like you’re going to puke. Early in my career I was lucky to receive a very simple prescription for how to avoid this monthly ride. It can be stated […]

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Create & Encourage Candidate Call-In Hours

Hey There, Just a quick note to discuss creating and enforcing a candidate call in time: The idea is to inform candidates when you interview them (and on your voicemail) that they should call between

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The 100-Point Daily Activity Form

This form from Bob Marshall makes a game out of daily activity tracking. The idea is to strive for 100 points per day. Each time you score points you’ll feel a sense of achievement which will create a positive feedback loop that will drive you to score even more.

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Focus is the New Black

Hello, Just a quick thought for you today regarding focus: You could argue that focus is more important than profit. Why? Because profit is

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