Struggling with poverty, perhaps you missed a train?Your field is not what it used to be, great salary conditions have disappeared, it has become soulless drudgery, and for less and less money with more and more "harassment", where you make a mistake?
The belief that computers will do everything by themselves is as naive as thinking that becoming a billionaire means you won't have any problems."Now you are a billionaire, so you don't have problems," says a reporter to the billionaire during an interview, and looks surprised at the response: "you know, it's actually a lot of responsibility and a lot of work," when the wealthy man replies that some games in life simply cannot be won.
Recruiters claim that there's an excess of IT professionals - don't let them fool you!You're looking for five testers and you get one hundred and fifty resumes, and after two days, you close the position - that's the IT world today, isn't it? The terrible question always is whether you're looking for quality or quantity, and believe me, even nowadays, there are only a few truly quality people
I believed that 'it's individual' was classic bullshit, but I was mistakenThere are people who have average incomes of 10.000€ per month for the entire year and only work a few months of the year, and it works for them, while others earning barely half of that amount work hard all year, even doing the same job. How is this possible? It's individual.
Employees like those from an African village in your company, who work for three bananas a day? You better get rid of them!You might have heard this, in a village in Africa, Western organizations tried to build a well so that the village Africans wouldn't have to walk several kilometers for water. The result? It worked for a while, the whole village had a well, but after a few months the well got clogged, and everyone in the village started walking several kilometers for water again, because nobody would clean the well when others would benefit from it too, God forbid that cleaning it would take more time than to go get the water themselves now.
Why am I building a brand, and why is it such a tragedy?When I was last looking for a contract, some companies chose a system of standardized selection processes, as if they were buying a commodity, like wheat or orange juice. As some say about me, I am an opportunist; when there's a kilometer-long line in front of the main entrance of a building, I figure out a way to go through the back door. I don't play much on competition, and you might wonder what advantage this has for the client, which I'll explain right away
I will look surprised, people are comfortable.I used to not pay much attention to my surroundings, as I was absorbed in myself, and I lived by the principle of 'I judge you by myself'. Moreover, I was younger back then 😊. The older I get, the more I notice how normal and common it is to live extremely within one's comfort zone, to the point that it shocks me.
Is recruitment a tragedy? A transactional business outpaced by real estate agents. Internal HR rocks!You might be wondering what recruitment has in common with the real estate business, and I would say a lot. It's a transactional business (where I'd argue recruitment has a bit of an advantage, because you change jobs several times in a lifetime, whereas you buy property once or twice), where high-value items are sold, and commissions are in the hundreds of thousands, yet real estate agents have managed to extract more from a similar business.
Twisted measures of success that only lead you to depression.Getting into Forbes as a successful person is actually not difficult; you just have to be a criminal, steal a few billion, and before anyone catches on, you're in Forbes. But that's not at all what I wanted to talk about. What kind of nonsense is it to measure success by the amount of money and assets you have?
The harsh truth about sales, the secret rule that no one told you about.Check out another hundredth video on YouTube to see that everyone is selling, and how you can too, but you won't learn anything, you won't learn how to sell your property, how to sell your car or how to sell yourself in an interview, everyone is silent about how real business works and they write nonsense like "get a yes from people".