HIRING LESSONS FROM THE GAMBLER

“If you’re going to play the game, boy you gotta learn to play it right,” sang Kenny Rogers in his song The Gambler. This song popped into my head as I ate lunch in a restaurant while observing two families with small children who had very different definitions of good behavior for their children. In[…]

6 Awesome Things My Clients Are Doing ─ And You Can Do Them Too

One of my favorite quotes from Brian Tracy, motivational speaker and author, is “People are not your most important asset. The right people are.” Finding the right people isn’t easy, and I know many of you struggle every day with hiring great employees. You wish you could find the secret recipe other companies use or[…]

7 Things to Consider When Hiring Employees

7 THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE HIRING EMPLOYEES

Hiring employees can be a time-consuming and frustrating process for many small businesses. You can tame this big, hairy monster by using this list to research and plan a successful hiring process. Hiring the wrong people can be one of the most expensive things your business does; hiring the right people saves you time, money,[…]

3 Interview Lessons from Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird

I have always loved to read and because of that, I’ve gained invaluable knowledge and experience through the lives and stories of the characters in books. Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Harper Lee, passed away recently. Her book, To Kill a Mockingbird, is an American classic, and her passing caused me to reflect on the impact of[…]

3 Tools to Hire the Right People

The major factor that consistently separates top businesses from businesses that never quite take off is the people you hire — and how you hire them. I’m going to reveal three tools that will help you hire the right people for your unique business needs. Let’s start with the hiring process. Hiring the right people for[…]

FROOT LOOPS® OR CHEERIOS?

FROOT LOOPS® OR CHEERIOS?

Healthy hiring requires focus. I recently read a health coach’s Facebook post about her early morning grocery shopping trip. She talked about the items in people’s shopping carts and their impact on healthy living — for example, breakfast cereal. That made me think about the health of our hiring practices. You’re probably thinking I’m crazy[…]

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