Categories Archive: Hiring/HR

  • Better Qualified Prospects

    Want better-qualified prospects on the phone? Well, are you actually pre-qualifying them? We had an issue where we’ve even had people lie on the online forms to fill out just to talk to me on the phone, which is very interesting. And so now, what we’ve implemented is what I called “human qualification.” So, we’ve… View Article

  • Quick Hiring Tip – Save A Few Hours From One Simple Tactic

    One hiring quick tip, really important and time-saving tip in your hiring process. When you go ahead and post on job sites like Indeed or something like that, give an actual action item that they have to do in a very specific way. One of the reasons why I care so much about this tip… View Article

  • Steal My Powerful Team Meeting Agenda

    All right, let’s dive into team meetings. Super-sexy, I know. We gave you a monthly team meeting agenda. What I want you to have is a team meeting. It can be a weekly team meeting. It can be a monthly team meeting. And if you already have this, pat yourself on the back. We’re gonna… View Article

  • How Clever Marketers are Taking Advantages of Press

    Want more press and media? Do this. Now, a lot of my clients are using Help a Reporter Out to great success to really build connections with media. People that are actually doing articles for really huge outlets. What I just had the realization of, though, as I was Googling randomly for another fact, I… View Article

  • Do You Have a Hiring Procedure

    As a business owner, how many times have you hired? Now, most likely with contractors and everything, even if you only have 5 or 10 or 15 employees, it’s probably been a lot more than that, right? Do you have one hiring procedure that you’ve been updating over all this time? I was chatting with… View Article

  • Top 3 Tech Your Business Needs To Run Smoothly

    What are the top three pieces of tech that you need for your systems? Well, it’s not actually LastPass or SweetProcess. I was chatting with someone the other day, “Which one do I choose?”I don’t actually care about those, moreover, I care about your commitment to the software that you already have. In fact, you… View Article

  • How To Know When It’s Time To Let Someone Go

    So, how do you know when to let someone go? This is one of the toughest decisions you can make as a business owner. You care, most likely, and I’m you’ve heard, “Be slow to hire and be quick to fire.” That is so much easier said than done. One of the millionaires that I… View Article

  • Want A Remarkable Client Onboarding Experience?

    How do you make your client onboarding experience actually exceptional, different than everyone else’s? And why the heck am I in the shower right now? I am fully clothed. But one of the things that we do for our clients is to wow them, do something different. We actually send every client an onboarding package… View Article

  • Your Job Postings Need This to Work

    Most job postings are written wrong. How do I know? Well, I interviewed Doug Kisgen who runs KisgenGroup.com. He’s a hiring expert based on the culture index. He says most job descriptions and postings are completely wrong because it’s more about you, the company than it is about hooking the right person. You wanna talk… View Article

  • Before You Send An Offer Letter… Do This

    Before you send out an offer letter, do this. Now, I almost didn’t take my own advice once. I know. I’m so glad I finally actually did though because when I hired what I call my operator, she’s my right hand, I thought I was gonna hire someone else. I really did. It was a… View Article