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You Should Spend 90% of Your Time Focused on This #1822
August 10, 2021

In episode #1822, we talk about why you should spend 90% of your time on recruiting. The fact of the matter is that if your goal is to grow as fast as possible, you need to hire the best people out there because making poor hires wastes time and money. However, learning to hire well takes practice, so tune in and learn how to get better at it!

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:25] Today’s topic: You Should Spend 90% of Your Time Focused on This.
  • [00:25] The role of recruiting in a successful business.
  • [01:07] The value that good staff brings to a company.
  • [01:49] How to get better at recruiting.
  • [02:25] The three jobs of a CEO.
  • [03:03] Why you should hire people with experience over potential.
  • [03:22] Losing time and money from bad hires.
  • [05:03] That’s it for today!
  • [05:04] Visit marketingschool.io/live to join our community!

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