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Definition of Insanity - Reading the ERE daily? - by David Szary - Recruiter Academy

Albert Einstein defined insanity as “Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting your results to change!”

I often use this quote during my training/speaking engagements to reinforce the fact that creating good habits and/or breaking bad habits is a very difficult thing to do.

In my last blog post, I touched on “attitude” and how it will either positively or negatively affect you, your day, and ultimately . . . your passion for recruiting!

My advice… Continue

Added by Mike McLean on July 8, 2008 at 11:28am — 2 Comments

Stop the Insanity - by David Szary from his 3 O'Clock Coffee Break

If you are reading this (or reviewing any e-zines, blog sites, etc.), you are probably either:

1. Bored – and passing time.

2. Reading for pleasure/ fun.

3. Reading to gain knowledge.

If you fall into category 1 or 2, enjoy!

If you fall into category 3 (or a mix of category 2 & 3), are you really getting anything out of your time spent reviewing/reading this material?

What I mean by that is . . . do you actually:

Read the… Continue

Added by Mike McLean on June 26, 2008 at 1:35pm — No Comments

How to Avoid Recruiter "Burnout" - from David Szary's 3 O'Clock Coffee Break

I don't know about you, but recruiting can be one of the best, most wonderful jobs I can think of (we change people's lives) or it can be a thankless, monotonous position that seems to never end!

Your ATTITUDE each day is critical to your success.

With that said, many experts on personal achievement discuss the power of starting your day reading motivational/educational materials.

I subscribe to a number of these e-newsletters and try to plan time before each… Continue

Added by Mike McLean on June 21, 2008 at 3:37pm — No Comments


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