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Can I Start My Business When I’m Still Working?

Written on November 18th, 2016 by in Blog

Most individuals who begin to set up their own Staffing and Recruiting Firm do continue working.  Our Start Up Tutor is a web based program that can be completed during evening and weekend hours.

It takes time to create your website. Complete the Start Up Tutor.  Master the skills you will need by completing the Top Producer Tutor Program.  Once you write your first order or contract, you will also experience a 3 to 5 week hiring process and clients will pay you in 30 days.   For this reason, it is wise to keep your income coming in as long as possible.

There is a Placement Process

Written on June 7th, 2016 by in Blog

There is a Placement Process

Staffing and Recruiting is not brain surgery, but there is a Placement process in Recruiting as well as Marketing.  It is important to set up your business like a Franchise, with systems, processes and metrics.

Once you have established your repeatable sales process, it is easier to hire and grow your business because everyone is working from the same playbook and there is consistency.

Most Millionaires are Self-Employed

Written on May 31st, 2016 by in Blog

There are many advantages of becoming an entrepreneur.  Entrepreneurs are four times more likely to be millionaires than those who work for others.  You give up the security of a paycheck but gain the freedom of controlling your own destiny, as well as income.

There is no limit on what you can earn in the Staffing and Recruiting Profession, but it will take four or five months after you set up your business to generate revenue.  The average hiring process takes five weeks after you write an order.  Your candidate will have to give a two week notice and the client will pay you in thirty days.

Hold Yourself Accountable

Written on May 20th, 2016 by in Blog


Your expectations and attitude impact your sales, as well as your current lifestyle.

• Imagine feeling truly refreshed in your career
• Envision arriving at your desk invigorated, rejuvenated, energized and recharged
• Understand the value of revamping and renovating some of your habits

I consistently hear people state that education and learning is power, I disagree with that statement. Implementing one idea has more impact that learning twenty-five.

Self-talk creates self-image, which creates real performance. This can also be referred to as a self-fulfilling prophecy. What you expect of yourself is more powerful than education or experience. No one can upset you or impact your level of success, unless you give them your permission.

When Do You Follow Up?

Written on April 11th, 2016 by in Blog

It is important to have a strong follow up strategy, but when is it most critical to follow up with your candidates and clients?

Following is a list of examples of when you could follow-up:

After you have:
• Received a resume
• Received their completed application or profile form
• Sent them out on an interview
• Conducted reference checks
• Placed them in a job (for 12 months)
• Sent bi-monthly articles with lists of opportunities to generate referrals

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