What’s the difference between YOU, Obama and Romney?

August 30, 2012

It has nothing to do with the fact that they are running for President.

The answer is eMail…..

The presidential campaigns of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney don’t share a lot of common ground, but they have at least one thing in common. They have both bought in some of the top marketing brains in the world and top marketers know that eMail is one of the most effective ways of increasing sales, or in the case of presidential campaigns, raising funds.

It is estimated that between them, they will raise $80 million, just via eMail marketing alone.

Kinda makes ya think doesn’t it? Especially as most people don’t even like politicians.

Got to ask you a question…

If the top marketers say eMail is one of the most effective marketing methods, future presidents are doing it AND your competitors are doing it.

Why are you NOT doing it?

Now some people say “eMails doesn’t work” or “it will annoy your clients”.

Ask them this question “Is that a fact or a personal opinion?” because the top marketers are saying different….

Now, if Romney and Obama do it and get $80 million and our clients do it and get some amazing results, then so can you.

When you join the Recruitment Marketing Academy, you will access ‘done for you’ email templates that have generated leads for your competitors helping them to make more placements and earn more money.

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Can I get something off my chest?

August 21, 2012

You know, sometimes, something’s just defy belief and logic.

On Thursday last week, I received the following email from a Recruitment Business owner, based in New Zealand..

To Whom it may concern

Please can you cancel my subscription to the Recruitment Marketing Academy as I do not find it beneficial to my business.

Now don’t get me wrong, I appreciate that some business owners don’t get permission marketing and prefer to continue with cold calling to try and get business.

However, in this particular individual’s case, they joined the Membership Site on Monday 8th May for $1.00. This gave them access to ‘done for you’ tools, templates and scripts that are guaranteed to grow any recruitment/staffing firm. Also, once a month they could attend a Q&A session with recruiters from around the world, as well as access the expertise of a Recruitment Business Coach. This individual logged in to the site ONCE during their five month membership. They NEVER attended a single Q&A session and they NEVER responded to any of my emails asking her how they were getting on and offering help.

“Please can you cancel my subscription to the Recruitment Marketing Academy as I do not find it beneficial to my business.”

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I was slightly confused by the email, as many other business owners have generated more leads than they could handle with the help of the Membership Site.

When I pointed out that they had only been onto the site once, they replied “I have been busy doing other stuff.”

Is it me or does that make NO sense? Too busy to grow your business? Shouldn’t the “stuff” you’re doing be growing your business?

Just a thought…

Anyway, I duly cancelled their membership and removed them from our database, as that is just not the kind of recruitment / staffing business owner that we want to work with.

Thanks for letting me get that off my chest…

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Don’t let your leadership fail your business

October 7, 2010

Often we get calls from business leaders asking us questions about “leadership.” Below is what I consider a great response to the question of leadership. It was written by one of the best personal development gurus in the world, Jim Rohn on the subject of: The Qualities for Better Leadership.
If you want to be a leader who attracts quality people, the key is to become a person of quality yourself. Leadership is the ability to attract someone to the gifts, skills and opportunities you offer as an owner, as a manager, as a parent. I call leadership the great challenge of life.

What’s important in leadership is refining your skills. All great leaders keep working on themselves until they become effective. Here are some specifics:

1. Learn to be strong, but not rude. It is an extra step you must take to become a powerful, capable leader with a wide range of reach. Some people mistake rudeness for strength. It’s not even a good substitute.

2. Learn to be kind, but not weak. We must not mistake kindness for weakness. Kindness isn’t weak. Kindness is a certain type of strength. We must be kind enough to tell somebody the truth. We must be kind enough and considerate enough to lay it on the line. We must be kind enough to tell it like it is and not deal in delusion.

3. Learn to be bold, but not a bully. It takes boldness to win the day. To build your influence, you’ve got to walk in front of your group. You’ve got to be willing to take the first arrow, tackle the first problem and discover the first sign of trouble.

4. You’ve got to learn to be humble, but not timid. You can’t get to the high life by being timid. Some people mistake timidity for humility. Humility is almost a God-like word. A sense of awe. A sense of wonder. An awareness of the human soul and spirit. An understanding that there is something unique about the human drama versus the rest of life. Humility is a grasp of the distance between us and the stars, yet having the feeling that we’re part of the stars. So humility is a virtue, but timidity is a disease. Timidity is an affliction. It can be cured, but it is a problem.

5. Be proud, but not arrogant. It takes pride to win the day. It takes pride to build your ambition. It takes pride in community. It takes pride in cause, in accomplishment. But the key to becoming a good leader is being proud without being arrogant. In fact, I believe the worst kind of arrogance is arrogance from ignorance. It’s when you don’t know that you don’t know. Now that kind of arrogance is intolerable. If someone is smart and arrogant, we can tolerate that. But if someone is ignorant and arrogant, that’s just too much to take.

6. Develop humour without folly. That’s important for a leader. In leadership, we learn that it’s OK to be witty, but not silly. It’s OK to be fun, but not foolish.

7. Lastly, deal in realities. Deal in truth. Save yourself the agony. Just accept life like it is. Life is unique. Some people call it tragic, but I’d like to think it’s unique. The whole drama of life is unique. It’s fascinating. And I’ve found that the skills that work well for one leader may not work at all for another. But the fundamental skills of leadership can be adapted to work well for just about everyone: at work, in the community and at home.
…..Jim Rohn

So there you have it, a great response to the question of leadership. Do you have what it takes to be a leader? If you’re not sure, don’t let your leadership fail your business. You can develop your leadership skills and grow your business, click here to book an appointment for a 30 min chat, it’s absolutely free and you get information that could help your business right now. So you’ve nothing to lose.

Terry Edwards
drewcoaching