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2024-01-17T17:47:05+00:00January 17th, 2024|

The Russ Mountain Memorial Scholarship awards up to $13,000 to a rising junior or senior college student who has a passion for the field of Recruiting and Talent Acquisition and plans to pursue a job in the field following graduation. To apply: https://lnkd.in/dx5NRXF7 Applications will close January 31, 2024

Do you know a rising junior or senior college student who has a passion for the field of Recruiting and Talent Acquisition and plans to pursue a job in the field following graduation?

2023-12-21T15:40:44+00:00December 21st, 2023|

If so, ask them to apply for the Russ Mountain Memorial Scholarship! This scholarship will award up to $13,000 to a rising junior or senior college student who has a passion for the field of Recruiting and Talent Acquisition and plans to pursue a job in the field following graduation. Please click link for details! [...]

Series Post #4: Turning the Grind into the Goal

2022-02-16T14:53:32+00:00February 16th, 2022|

New Series...Post #4: Turning the Grind into the Goal Outsourcing Most roles have tasks that are required to engage in repeatedly; knowing the natural progression of a profession is essential. How many partners at a law firm still do all their own research? Does a surgeon want to spend more time in surgery, or in [...]

New Series…Post #3: Turning the Grind into the Goal

2022-02-09T14:56:36+00:00February 9th, 2022|

New Series...Post #3: Turning the Grind into the Goal The Pursuit of Value Author Cal Newport has emerged as one of the more vocal critics of the only-do-what-you-love movement, and says it is time to end the professional guilt trip. In his book, So Good They Can’t Ignore You, Newport argues that following one’s passions [...]

Series Post #2: Turning the Grind Into the Goal

2022-02-02T15:59:43+00:00February 2nd, 2022|

The Pursuit of Happiness Though some of the following may not be true all of the time, when you love the process of what you do, the following should ring true much of the time:  You don't talk about other individuals; you talk about the great things other individuals are doing.  You help [...]

New Series Post #1: Turning the Grind Into the Goal

2022-01-27T14:29:29+00:00January 27th, 2022|

New Series...Post #1: Turning the Grind into the Goal A world-renowned athletic coach was asked once what the difference was between the best athletes and everyone else. In other words, what do really successful people do that most people don’t? Of course, there were the typical responses of genetics, luck, and talent. But there’s an [...]

Series Post #6: Surviving the Slump

2022-01-19T16:42:26+00:00January 19th, 2022|

Series Post #6: Surviving the Slump Actively Learn: In nature, plants either grow or decompose; they do not stay the same. People are the same way; in an organization, nourishment is supplied by learning. What are you doing to foster training, growth, and new perspectives for yourself on an ongoing basis? Consider this dilemma: a [...]

Series Post #5: Surviving the Slump

2022-01-12T15:18:00+00:00January 12th, 2022|

Series Post #5: Surviving the Slump Have a Plan:   Benjamin Franklin is credited with the phrase “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” Two hundred years later, that still rings true. Do not leave the office or go to bed at night without knowing exactly what your day is going to [...]

Series Post #4: Surviving the Slump

2022-01-06T16:29:47+00:00January 6th, 2022|

Series Post #4: Surviving the Slump STREAMLINE:   Next, consider removing the unnecessary from the calendar. Focus on whatever those most important objectives are. If your mission is to generate new clients, then remove essentially everything else from your calendar that’s not related to developing new clients. If your key objective is to complete some [...]

Series Post #3: Surviving the Slump

2021-12-22T16:47:01+00:00December 22nd, 2021|

Series Post #3: Surviving the Slump Commit to Change: Pop quiz: Five frogs are sitting on a log. Four decide to jump off. How many are left? ……… The answer is five. Why? Four decided to jump off, but that’s all they did. There’s a big difference between deciding and doing. Commit to just a [...]

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