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The hiring process I’ve used over 10,000 times: 6 steps to hire right the first time

Hiring is the most important part of growing your company. As Steve Jobs once said: “The secret of my success is that we have gone to exceptional lengths to hire the best people in the world.” But it’s not easy to find and attract the best talent to your company. We’ve ALL hired someone who…

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What I learned growing an 8 figure business

11 actionable tips from the learnings of my career. Sumo has grown massively in the past 12 months. Our team has more than tripled in size (now 40 people), and our revenue hit eight figures for the first time ever. I don’t say this revenue number to brag. It’s been a tough journey filled with…

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Secrets of Closing the Sale by Zig Ziglar – Book Review

For my latest read, I’ve went ahead and picked up Zig Ziglar’s book Secrets of Closing the Sale (audiobook available). Zig covers how to persuade people into saying “Yes!” when you ask them to, which is much-needed information to anyone doing sales or anything near sales. There’s a lot of great stuff in there. Very…

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Every tool I use to run a 7+ figure business

A few weeks ago, I visited some family friends and they asked me what tools I use for my personal life, home and business. Figured it’d be fun to share. Here goes: Online Services Outreach.io – Way to mass send personalized emails FollowUp.cc – Best way to never forget to follow up with someone. SendGrid…

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How to attract the best talent in the world

It’s hard to hire great people. Millions of employers say that every time they need to hire someone new. Recruiting the best people to work with is just like dating: all the best ones are taken! The best employees are already working somewhere! If you are in a committed relationship how hard would it be…

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A (Proven) Freelancer’s Guide to Growing Your Business

[This is a delicious guest post by Paul Jarvis, Founder of PJRVS. –Noah] Most freelancers start out their business like this: They get great at what they do. They build a website that talks about their expertise They set up their social media profiles and start promoting at people. They wait for clients to come…

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