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So How Much Untapped Success Do You Have in You?




Do you have more potential as a recruiter? It’s a question you may have asked yourself if you seem to have hit a wall in your production. A lot of people have doubts about being able to do more, achieve more, and succeed more, so it’s nothing to feel bad about. In fact, that’s absolutely the right question you need to ask. When looking at your future, it’s the best way to get you started on a path forward.

Whether you can do more in your business comes down to quantity vs. quality. When talking about quantity, it’s all about investing time and effort. If you’re not investing enough of either one of them into your work, you’re not going to be focused throughout the day. That person has tremendous potential, they just haven’t realized it yet. Once they learn their power, they are going to explode.

To get to that point, however, you need to learn how to engage in better planning, engage in more focus while working, and work harder while you’re working. If you discover your day is going by, you’re bored, daydreaming, and making unimportant phone calls, you aren’t working hard enough to realize your potential. Correcting behaviors like this and replacing them with better ones will help you realize your potential.

“If you can give more, you can get more.”

Once you start investing more effort, it will fuel you forward to invest even more of it. When you see yourself focused and working hard throughout the day, you will increase your performance and productivity tremendously and will be able to reach your potential.

When it comes to quality, there are a few myths we need to address. The worst one is justifying low effort with the argument of quality over quantity; the thought that maybe you don’t have to make as many phone calls because you got lucky and made a few connections. It’s a real destroyer of potential.

The people that get lucky with job orders and don’t put in the effort rarely hit their job order goals. The correlation of high quality (which is actually luck) and low effort will skew your perspective and could really come back to bite you. High effort leads to a different base, or a higher floor if you will. With high effort, you gain much more experience by having to have so many different conversations. After a while, you will begin to understand why some deals happened and some didn’t. This type of learning will help you understand what real quality is, down to a formula. Once you have that skill, your knowledge will explode and so will your business.

Very few of us have low potential. Someone with low or no potential has an unwillingness to work harder and is content with a low amount of effort. After a certain point in this business, an exhaustion or spiritual weakening may start to set in, but you’ve got to push through. Better effort, better planning, better execution, and better learning will lead to a better business and a better life.

If you have any questions for us about how you can realize your potential, give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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