Business Tips: The First Quality I Look for When Hiring

Business Tips: The First Quality I Look for When Hiring

Awesome Tip: The First Quality I Look for When Hiring

It’s stunning how secondary pure talent is to people skills…

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40 Replies to “Business Tips: The First Quality I Look for When Hiring”

  1. CHere's the problem….one of the easiest ways to misevaluate something as a human being is to segregate our evaluation as if it were physically removed from the rest of the matter in the equation which represents both the existence of and relation between all things in existence and that will ever come into being.

    We work specifically to produce continuance…and..if we allow ourselves to believe that an achieved but partitioned objective is the only part we are obligated to think about then we are almost mechanically guaranteed to falsify how effectively our work served to produce continuance truly.

    For example….many employers willfully raised their wages beyond what was responsible for them to pay…but they never perceived the act of ensuring the rent rates did not quadruple as part of their obligation…and those rocketing rent rates made their wage increases both worthless..but also to compete with construction contractor who could now pay more than oil and gas…for far less skill than many other trades…this compounding derivative effect will ensure that the availability of skilled workers for the next generation of anything outside of salesmen, bankers, and construction related industry is heavily modified….in addition to the many other derivative impacts.

    In the last 40 years much of our TV and music programming was psychologically training people to quit their job or talk trash about the employee, boss, company, and customer….yet not one major hiring firm stepped up to correct it….nor did he from any other segment. Not even the civil Rights groups bothered to invest in in making people aware that the programming was devalidating civil liberty in all nation's and taring our future apart.

    Additionally…legislation like Clinton's housing scam, NAFTA, and Obama's healthcare scam shut down many thousands of companies…most of our population does not have steady work history…but hiring managers are still determining fate as if it were genuinely valid to judge on work history.

    Today…most of us are contract and may be fired at anytime…if we are asked to do something that will get us hurt we be may be fired for not doing it…if we do it and get hurt we will be be fired and screwed over by the insurance company as well as the next arrogant hiring manager who is paid far more than worth to falsify the value of his segregated input while the community is ravaged by thieves.

    Here's what is…if you can't get your heads out of your asses and start building fellowship investing in the future of all truly…then the poverty for all nation's in place of what could have been will be your fault…and your children by nature seeing you as smart will emulate you and thank you for it.

  2. I'm workin' towards it! Everyday thinking about my family, how to be better with my peers, how to keep & CREATE unity in my team(s), and looking for what I'm after. I've said it before and will keep saying it! Ima work for you one day!

  3. The office looks like a white out I guess not many African Americans meet the qualifications and just 1 does not count but this dude said he had all black friends in college Typical white frat house fraternity is what it looks like with some white women for diversity

  4. Hmm, wonder what you gotta do to work for Gary V. Honestly I'd like to know if I could do it. I've been doing sales and it's just hard to get use to. I suck it up though

  5. Gary, if you say you don't want to be mean with people(as Steve Jobs was), how do you hold them responsible, how do you tell them their skills matter less and how do you fire them ?
    I agree with your view that people MUST have "people skills" or emotional intelligence…, but how do you deal with situations when you have to be frank/direct with people. They will perceive it as being mean.

  6. I do agree that understanding people is one of the best skills you can have in business, because no matter what you do (almost), there's always someone you have to interact with to get what you want.

  7. I would love to intern for you this summer. Currently I'm going to CSUDH and have my AA in critical thinking. I live in California and work part time, but would be wiling to leave my job for the summer if given the chance to intern for you in New York. Just give me a shot and I won't let you down!

  8. would love to work with you one day, people have told me its dumb to vlog, or laughed at me, even the people that are close to me have not showed me support, but its all about doing what makes you happy. Your great inspiration Gary V

  9. I Fucking love this pardon my language. my favorite part about work is that conversational connection you can have with a random person. def share bearing this! because of you garyvee when I go into interviews for example had a vertical movement to interview on Friday for a retail store management position of 2.8 mil per year at the store. I went into it so human based and the job was old school business which I can't stand now. how hard is it for a God damn employer to understand I only need a smaller salary but damn it I want to wake up every morning and walk into work with the biggest smile on my face. I have worked 10 different career jobs and now I make close to 50k per year and to this day I have yet to achieve that feeling of pure happiness no matter how much more I continue to make. keep up the good work I got so much n could go on for hours

  10. Can't wait for your new book about HR and how you built your whole company just based around having solid HR and everything else a DISTANT second.

    It's going to be your best book yet, I think you should just title it, "EQ"

  11. Hey man, I happened to find you a few months ago now, and have totally dug everything you are saying, but this segment more than any other one I've seen hit home the most. I wish more people got that its better to work with good people then all-stars.

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