Shift Happens – Now What?

  By Kathleen Kurke  |    Mon Nov 12, 2018

Category: Columns, Expert Advice

If doesn’t matter when you got into this business, there’s one thing we can all say for sure: Things have changed since you started. • Maybe you started when your ‘data base’ involved cardboard pump cards, written planners and fire-hazard high piles of resumes. • Or, maybe you started when you...

Remember Your ABCs

  By Kathleen Kurke  |    Mon Nov 12, 2018

Category: Columns, Expert Advice

When it’s first thing in the morning and the entire day stretches before you, your day is filled with possibility. You’re the one to make that happen, and the key to that possibility being profitable is to connect with people and create action. If that thought is daunting at times,...

10 Sample Will-Get-Opened E-Mail Subject Lines

  By Kathleen Kurke  |    Mon Nov 12, 2018

Category: Columns, Expert Advice

Is most of your day spent reading/sending emails? Or, staring at your inbox hoping something important will fly into your inbox? Shame on you, because we both know that email is the sandbox of those pretending to look busy. Unless. Unless you’re sending emails that get opened and responded to. The statistics are...

Four Hot Topics your Client Prospects WILL Want to Talk About

  By Kathleen Kurke  |    Mon Nov 12, 2018

Category: Columns, Expert Advice

If you’re calling prospects and telling them “I’ve got a guy for you” or, it’s likely they’re not answering the phone or returning your call. Neither of these topics are what your prospects care about, thinking about, or are talking about inside their own organization, so they’ll likely see no...

Unleash your hidden superpowers: Prep Calls and Debrief Calls

  By Kathleen Kurke  |    Tue Aug 28, 2018

Category: Columns, Expert Advice

We all learned how to do prep and debrief calls when we first started in the business because they were two of the 30 steps in the placement process as made famous by Anthony Byrne. Part of the fundamental basics. Chances are, your enthusiasm for prep and debrief calls waned with...

Why Johnny Can't Sell

  By Terri Roeslmeier  |    Tue May 01, 2018

Category: Columns, Expert Advice

All of the boxes were checked: good education, personable, impressive resume, professional and fairly solid work history. Couple short stints were bad luck layoffs or poor career choices that dictated a quick change. No one would expect someone to stay at a job if they were miserable. Everything started out fine. ...

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