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Author: Jordan Greenberg

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July 2, 2020

We’re halfway thru 2020 so it’s the perfect time to take stock of what’s been and how best to embrace the newness of it all. For me, 2020 started out with its challenges. While I was in Costa Rica, at a glorious yoga retreat, my Dad passed away. This took place as we (pinnaclesource.com) were[…]

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June 4, 2020

We’re still alive! YES. Can you feel it? Do you appreciate it? I sure as hell do. We live in the most generous, beautiful country on this planet. That’s my reality. PPP loans, brilliant scientists, healthcare workers (THANK YOU) and double rainbows over downtown Denver just last night. What else could you ask for? I[…]

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May 21, 2020

Every day I have 2 choices. I can always do one thing LESS than what I think I need to do. Or, I can do one thing MORE than what I think I need to do. For so many years, I’ve convinced myself that the latter was the more productive, and therefore better way for[…]

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May 7, 2020

The forced shutdown of “middle class America” and beyond has impacted every industry. My area of expertise, Software Sales, has seen a monumental reversal of fortunes for candidates applying for work. The supply of available talent trumps (no pun intended) demand for hiring all of a sudden! At the time of 9/11, the internet bubble[…]

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April 30, 2020

Why? What’s out of your control? The more work you do to manage your responses to external changes, the stronger you’ll be and the readier you are for any/ every condition.   For my business it could be argued that everything has changed. Most of the companies that had given us the opportunity to recruit[…]

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April 21, 2020

Hint: Do not focus solely on quota performance   1. Start out by asking your applicant what attracted him/her to the interview. What is their interest based upon? How high is it? This serves several purposes. First you’ll learn about their motives. But you’ll also hear and see how he or she handles an open-ended[…]

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July 2, 2020

We’re halfway thru 2020 so it’s the perfect time to take stock of what’s been and how best to embrace the newness of it all. For me, 2020 started out with its challenges. While I was in Costa Rica, at a glorious yoga retreat, my Dad passed away. This took place as we (pinnaclesource.com) were[…]

Read More

June 4, 2020

We’re still alive! YES. Can you feel it? Do you appreciate it? I sure as hell do. We live in the most generous, beautiful country on this planet. That’s my reality. PPP loans, brilliant scientists, healthcare workers (THANK YOU) and double rainbows over downtown Denver just last night. What else could you ask for? I[…]

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May 21, 2020

Every day I have 2 choices. I can always do one thing LESS than what I think I need to do. Or, I can do one thing MORE than what I think I need to do. For so many years, I’ve convinced myself that the latter was the more productive, and therefore better way for[…]

Read More

May 7, 2020

The forced shutdown of “middle class America” and beyond has impacted every industry. My area of expertise, Software Sales, has seen a monumental reversal of fortunes for candidates applying for work. The supply of available talent trumps (no pun intended) demand for hiring all of a sudden! At the time of 9/11, the internet bubble[…]

Read More

April 30, 2020

Why? What’s out of your control? The more work you do to manage your responses to external changes, the stronger you’ll be and the readier you are for any/ every condition.   For my business it could be argued that everything has changed. Most of the companies that had given us the opportunity to recruit[…]

Read More

April 21, 2020

Hint: Do not focus solely on quota performance   1. Start out by asking your applicant what attracted him/her to the interview. What is their interest based upon? How high is it? This serves several purposes. First you’ll learn about their motives. But you’ll also hear and see how he or she handles an open-ended[…]

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July 2, 2020

We’re halfway thru 2020 so it’s the perfect time to take stock of what’s been and how best to embrace the newness of it all. For me, 2020 started out with its challenges. While I was in Costa Rica, at a glorious yoga retreat, my Dad passed away. This took place as we (pinnaclesource.com) were[…]

Read More

June 4, 2020

We’re still alive! YES. Can you feel it? Do you appreciate it? I sure as hell do. We live in the most generous, beautiful country on this planet. That’s my reality. PPP loans, brilliant scientists, healthcare workers (THANK YOU) and double rainbows over downtown Denver just last night. What else could you ask for? I[…]

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May 21, 2020

Every day I have 2 choices. I can always do one thing LESS than what I think I need to do. Or, I can do one thing MORE than what I think I need to do. For so many years, I’ve convinced myself that the latter was the more productive, and therefore better way for[…]

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May 7, 2020

The forced shutdown of “middle class America” and beyond has impacted every industry. My area of expertise, Software Sales, has seen a monumental reversal of fortunes for candidates applying for work. The supply of available talent trumps (no pun intended) demand for hiring all of a sudden! At the time of 9/11, the internet bubble[…]

Read More

April 30, 2020

Why? What’s out of your control? The more work you do to manage your responses to external changes, the stronger you’ll be and the readier you are for any/ every condition.   For my business it could be argued that everything has changed. Most of the companies that had given us the opportunity to recruit[…]

Read More

April 21, 2020

Hint: Do not focus solely on quota performance   1. Start out by asking your applicant what attracted him/her to the interview. What is their interest based upon? How high is it? This serves several purposes. First you’ll learn about their motives. But you’ll also hear and see how he or she handles an open-ended[…]

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July 2, 2020

We’re halfway thru 2020 so it’s the perfect time to take stock of what’s been and how best to embrace the newness of it all. For me, 2020 started out with its challenges. While I was in Costa Rica, at a glorious yoga retreat, my Dad passed away. This took place as we (pinnaclesource.com) were[…]

Read More

June 4, 2020

We’re still alive! YES. Can you feel it? Do you appreciate it? I sure as hell do. We live in the most generous, beautiful country on this planet. That’s my reality. PPP loans, brilliant scientists, healthcare workers (THANK YOU) and double rainbows over downtown Denver just last night. What else could you ask for? I[…]

Read More

May 21, 2020

Every day I have 2 choices. I can always do one thing LESS than what I think I need to do. Or, I can do one thing MORE than what I think I need to do. For so many years, I’ve convinced myself that the latter was the more productive, and therefore better way for[…]

Read More

May 7, 2020

The forced shutdown of “middle class America” and beyond has impacted every industry. My area of expertise, Software Sales, has seen a monumental reversal of fortunes for candidates applying for work. The supply of available talent trumps (no pun intended) demand for hiring all of a sudden! At the time of 9/11, the internet bubble[…]

Read More

April 30, 2020

Why? What’s out of your control? The more work you do to manage your responses to external changes, the stronger you’ll be and the readier you are for any/ every condition.   For my business it could be argued that everything has changed. Most of the companies that had given us the opportunity to recruit[…]

Read More

April 21, 2020

Hint: Do not focus solely on quota performance   1. Start out by asking your applicant what attracted him/her to the interview. What is their interest based upon? How high is it? This serves several purposes. First you’ll learn about their motives. But you’ll also hear and see how he or she handles an open-ended[…]

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