Guiding you to set up your business for success by overcoming emotional and behavioral roadblocks

While I was recruiting for my team I rejected quite a lot of people. Maybe they were very skilled, maybe they were just as good and just as experienced as they said they were but they did not get the job. What I am going to share is my own criteria for when I speak to a potential client and this is the same check list I used for hiring my team. If you use it yourself or for your own recruiting in your business – you will quickly see the difference between hiring someone and having things done.


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