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Monthly Archives: October 2011

Recruiting Rene: Or, thinking and executing success, as only a recruiter can! – Part 66 of a Continuing Series

SSRR4: “There is need of a method for finding out the truth.” 1. There is need 2. Of a method 3. For finding out 4. The truth. I don’t know why I’m sent, rather bent, actually, so religious on this rule. Rene would not find me a religious man, albeit I suspect he’d respect my […]

Excerpts from Thinking Mathematically

The excerpts you can find here make up one of the most powerful lessons you will find here at this blog.  The reason they are being posted is in connection to my current series, Your Daily Recruiting Journal.  It is one of the greatest failures of education today that most who read the following excerpts will […]

Your Daily Recruiting Journal, Part 4 of a Continuing Series

I’ll continue my diabetes journal story below, but we have to pick up on our recruiting analysis from yesterday’s work first. There are many ways to analyze the recruiting art. For example, while I stated yesterday that Send Outs are easily the single most important number in recruiting, there are many qualifiers to consider. The […]

Recruiting Rene: Or, thinking and executing success, as only a recruiter can! – Part 65 of a Continuing Series

So, now to SSRR4: “There is need of a method for finding out the truth.” 1. There is need 2. Of a method 3. For finding out 4. The truth. There is need. I think this is a powerful sentence, a powerful thought. Have you ever studied The Buddha? Have you ever studied, or heard […]

Your Daily Recruiting Journal, Part 3 of a Continuing Series

Today, NOT Monday, is Columbus Day. There are two things that Columbus was better at than anyone else in the world. One was riding on currents in the ocean. He carefully kept his skills secret most especially from his own crew. So, when they get to the “Indies” before they starved to death, they were […]

Recruiting Rene: Or, thinking and executing success, as only a recruiter can! – Part 64 of a Continuing Series

Let’s jump forward to SSRR4, and see how it affects our view of #3 and our Colombo work, too: “There is need of a method for finding out the truth.” This rule is so simple, maybe even obvious (likely not, after inspection) that I was tempted to skip phrase analysis. That would be a mistake, […]

Your Daily Recruiting Journal, Part 2 of a Continuing Series

What do numbers mean? For me, in my diabetes journal, they literally mean the difference between life and death, health and sickness. Diabetes is a strange disease. The treatment, when you get right down to it, is to get yourself healthy. You know, eat right, sleep right, lose weight (or gain muscle mass if you […]

Recruiting Rene: Or, thinking and executing success, as only a recruiter can! – Part 63 of a Continuing Series

Our final time with SSRR3 for the moment: 1. In the subjects we propose to investigate, 2. Our inquiries should be directed, 3. Not to what others have thought, 4. Nor to what we ourselves conjecture, 5. But to what we can clearly and perspicuously behold 6. And with certainty deduce; 7. For knowledge is […]

Your Daily Recruiting Journal, Part 1 of a Continuing Series

Here’s my story. I started my journal work in my early 20’s. From my spirituality to my struggles to fill in all the missing pieces of my education, though, my journal has been where the learning I very literally live by has taken place. Sadly, however, I really never organized my journal and in many […]

Your Daily Recruiting Journal, Introduction

I thought to name this discussion like so: “To Journal…or NOT to Journal; that is the question.” I still like that name much better than the somewhat boring, more prosaic, “Your Daily Recruiting Journal.” But, for me, the honest truth is that there is no question. At least, not from my own perspective. Here’s what […]