Small business owners are often disappointed in the results we get when working with recruiters to hire new employees. Recruiters are expensive and often employees brought in by recruiters don’t stick around long enough to justify the expense of using a recruiter.
There’s an alternative! It’s a lot less expensive and much more effective as a long-term recruiting strategy. I explain in this short video …
Every small business owner likely has 4 types of employees on their payroll. Two of these 4 types of employees are the slow kiss of death for your business. Find out which of these employees you actually have on your payroll and what to do with each type.
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Dr. Sabrina Starling recognizes that employee problems can be one of the biggest stumbling blocks for any business owner. With her background in psychology, and years of driving profit in small businesses, Dr. Starling knows what it takes to find, keep and get exceptional performance out of your biggest investment-your employees. Access her comprehensive video training 5 Secrets to Exceptional Employee Performance (her gift to you!) at www.tapthepotential.com
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Congratulations Anthony Aguirre!
Congratulations to Anthony Aguirre for being named the SBA’s 2016 Wyoming Small Business Person of the Year. President of Powell-based Triple A Building Services Inc., Anthony is a Tap the Potential client. What really stands out to me about Anthony is his desire to learn and his commitment to continuous improvement. According to Anthony, “Excuses build monuments of nothing!” His can-do attitude is certainly paying off. Continue reading
When it comes to working ON your business, every hour you invest moves you closer to FREEDOM. Every hour you spend working ON your business is typically worth about $10,000. Yet, many of us are confused about what it really means to work ON our businesses. Even worse, many of us waste time working on the wrong areas of our businesses. Continue reading