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Recruiting Rene: Or, thinking and executing success, as only a recruiter can! – Part 123 of a Continuing Series

Post 3 of 3… Finally then for now, let’s come back now to Rene’s Rules themselves. I have what is for me a very exciting report/update to offer. In the months since we closed this discussion out for the time being, I’ve completed what I believe to be a tremendous reduction of the 16 rules […]

Recruiting Rene: Or, thinking and executing success, as only a recruiter can! – Part 122 of a Continuing Series

Post 2 of 3… So then, having established that you require a journal in which to employ Rene’s Rules over your recruiting, why not return here and finish up now that I’ve completed the journal work in that thread? Well, the second connection is this. At the end of the process, I discovered the most […]

Recruiting Rene: Or, thinking and executing success, as only a recruiter can! – Part 121 of a Continuing Series

Post 1 of 3… Will it be three more months, six, another year before I come back and finish here? I can’t tell you, yet. Here’s why I can’t. Having just completed the new thread Your Daily Recruiting Journal, I’ve decided to document my beloved FSTOPS™ model for you all, now. It’s tempting to tell […]

Recruiting Rene: Or, thinking and executing success, as only a recruiter can! – Part 120 of a Continuing Series

Here are my two announcements. 1. I’ve decided to take a short break here, now, from our Recruiting Rene conversation. I’m not sure how long it will be, but you have my solemn oath that I will return and finish this project. What is left? We have the remaining rules to analyze and apply to […]

Recruiting Rene: Or, thinking and executing success, as only a recruiter can! – Part 119 of a Continuing Series

I have a couple of announcements to share below, in a second posting. But first, here again are our 12 Unpublished Rules. Why? I recently copied and posted the final six rules from the WRONG translator! Ouch… 1. “The end of study should be to direct the mind towards the enunciation of sound and correct […]

Recruiting Rene: Or, thinking and executing success, as only a recruiter can! – Part 118 of a Continuing Series

1. In order to complete our knowledge 2. We must scrutinize 3. All the several points pertinent to our aim, It really is tempting to plunge down and plumb the required letting go that scrutiny demands. I have to explore it a little, but let’s try to go fast. Seeing is believing; but the problem […]

Recruiting Rene: Or, thinking and executing success, as only a recruiter can! – Part 117 of a Continuing Series

1. In order to complete our knowledge 2. We must scrutinize 3. All the several points pertinent to our aim, Today’s work commences with a verb: to scrutinize. When you were being interviewed before you got hired to become a recruiter, I bet no one told you that your scrutiny would be one of the […]

Recruiting Rene: Or, thinking and executing success, as only a recruiter can! – Part 116 of a Continuing Series

*** VII – In order to complete our knowledge we must scrutinize all the several points pertinent to our aim, in a continuous and uninterrupted movement of thought, and comprise them all in an adequate and orderly enumeration. *** In a moment we’ll number our phrases. First let’s see what is here at the top […]

Recruiting Rene: Or, thinking and executing success, as only a recruiter can! – Part 115 of a Continuing Series

Have you considered the relationship between confidence and focus? In today’s work you’ll need both, in large quantities! Lack of intellectual confidence can cause intellectual disability. We don’t believe in our minds, at least not at the highest levels of intellectual power. If you test yourself – and the following rules would be a great […]

Recruiting Rene: Or, thinking and executing success, as only a recruiter can! – Part 114 of a Continuing Series

* * * In order to separate out what is quite simple from what is complex, and to arrange these matters methodically, we ought, in the case of every series in which we have deduced certain facts the one from the other, to notice which fact is simple, and to mark the interval, greater, less, […]