(Part 1 is here if you are interested. )
I survived my surgery: five screws, a bolt through my ankle, and a lost weekend.
Now I am housebound for the next eight to twelve weeks. I had to cancel a number of travel and speaking engagements, lots of local prospecting calls, and a few networking functions.
But the worst part of being “laid up” with broken bones is that I have moments when I get freaked out about life interruptus. Financial scarcity is especially profound and frightening.
“Can I make enough money to not only keep the home afloat but cover the ridiculous medical expenses that I am facing?”
That, my friends, is vulnerability. I decided that the healthiest thing I can do is, well . . . share it with you.
I can work from my couch. The most effective work that I have been doing is hiring. I’ve hired in Ashland, NC; in Peoria, IL; in Baton Rouge, LA; and in Grass Valley, CA.My experience is that small businesses hate to hire. They hate the hiring process and often they hate the results.
I can’t say I loooove hiring, but I have matched a lot of great people in the right jobs and have developed a process that makes the activity and the results so much better that once people hear about it, they want to do it. It just makes sense.
I am inviting you to the same webinar on Nov. 4th and I plan to offer you the same cool discounts.
If you can squeeze in thirty minutes, I can tell you what you need to know about hiring well and how our antiquated methods are to blame for bad hires. (Really, it is not your fault!) With just a few tweaks and a few tools you move from hiring dread to hiring confidence.
Donny Moore of Sunshine Cleaners watched the same webinar when I presented for The Alternative Board in Baton Rouge, LA. He decided to take the leap and here is what he has to say about this program’s hiring process:
Join me on Monday Nov. 4 at 11 AM PDT. It is free and I will be available for Q&A after the presentation.
Yours in vulnerability, Ruth