Tag Archives: executive recruiting

Drew Auker, Real Estate Broker Extraordinaire! – Meet A Business Influencer E03 – Lance Winsaft

Happy Friday! “Meet A Business Influencer” E03 is now live on our Youtube channel. This interview is with Drew Auker, Broker and Real Estate Consultant at The Auker Group.

In this episode of “Meet A Business Influencer” Lance Winsaft sits down with Drew Auker and they cover some incredible topics for those of you interested in Real Estate as well as those of you interested in what it takes to run a coordinated team effectively and efficiently. 
 
Drew has more than a decade of experience helping San Deigns buy, sell, and invest in real estate. He is consistently recognized in the top 1 percentage of REALTORS in San Diego County and has been named the “Top Performing Individual Agent” at Ascent Real Estate every year since 2013. 
 
Learn more about Drew and The Auker Group here: http://aukergroup.com/
 
Full interview is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqHAhQ9BOus
 
Connect with Drew on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drewauker/ 
 
We hope you enjoy the video!
 
Stay tuned to our LinkedIn page and Youtube channel for more upcoming interviews with influencers in the business community. 
 
Thanks and have a great weekend!
 
Lily, Lance and the Aldebaran Recruiting team

How To Be A Powerful Leader, Conscious Leadership

San Francisco Marketing Recruiters

Archetype

Archetype concepts are intriguing to me and I believe them to be extremely powerful in creating new realities. I was first exposed to the concept of archetypes when I was a very young girl.

My father taught me that if I wanted to live the life of an extraordinary human being, it was useful to create the “archetype” of what an extraordinary human being looks like.

Then, when I was a teenager, he insisted that I create the archetype of the “ideal woman,” a blueprint if you will, of the kind of woman I could aspire to become.

There were many conversations about archetypes while I was growing up, including the archetype of the “ideal man,” designed to help me manifest a husband with “superior” qualities.

I wish I’d paid closer attention to these teachings when I was younger and put them into practice with more fervor.

Fortunately, I did eventually catch on and I’ve used the powerful tool of creating archetypes in many areas of my life, especially in creating my businesses.

Etymologically speaking, an archetype is an “original pattern from which copies are made,” and derives from the Latin noun archetypum.

The adjective form is archétupos, which means “first-molded,” a compound of archḗ, “beginning, origin,” and tupos, “pattern,” “model,” or “type.”

The word “archetype” has been written about and used by scientists, psychologists, philosophers, artists, writers and many others in different ways and with varying purposes.

This fascinates me!

Archetype as a Blueprint

The way I want to use it in this text is somewhat synonymous with the word “blueprint,” which is a design that serves as a mold, model or a template.

If you were going to build a house, you would not even attempt to do so without a blueprint.

Likewise, if we are going to design the model for entrepreneurial or corporate leadership in the 22nd Century, we need to start with a blueprint, a planned design.

I am calling this The 22nd Century Leadership ArchetypeTM.

Moments after I sat down to write this piece a knot formed in my throat.

Moving To Conscious Leadership

That is how moved I am about the concept of what conscious leadership could represent for humanity as a whole. I literally wanted to cry.

Tears actually did form at the edges of my eyes when I got present to how much work there is for us to do.

While I am inspired by the many corporations that are paving the way towards conscious leadership, as I observe our political landscape (where the solution to violence in our schools is arming teachers) and to what some companies are doing to make a profit no matter the cost to human dignity and life itself I can’t help but know in my heart that there must be a better way.

In just the last 2 decades we have made so many advances in science and technology that I do believe we are more connected than ever with what it will take for us as a “collective” to move into total homeostasis as a species…a species that thrives all the while bringing harmony, balance and serenity to all living beings sharing this beautiful planet with us.

With this in mind I am suggesting we, the community of small business leaders and entrepreneurs, come forth with an archetype for the corporate leadership we want our great grandchildren to experience.

If this is to be, we must begin to design the blueprint for it now, today.

The 22nd Century

The 22nd Century is only 82 years away. You and I will be gone. And so will our children, most likely. But our grandchildren will be here and our great grandchildren will definitely be here. What is the world we want them to inherit?

Think about this for a moment. What is the experience of our world that you want your grandchildren and great grandchildren to have?

Given that corporations pretty much run the world, doesn’t it make sense for them to be led by individuals that are highly aware and conscious?

Doesn’t it make sense for corporations to lead humanity into a world equipped to foster wellness for all human beings?

I believe wholeheartedly in the power of corporate leadership. And I am committed to playing a role in creating a world where corporations lead humanity to a higher state of consciousness, a world where we can all thrive, a world where no one is judged or discarded. What do you want?

The following is a starter list of qualities that comprise an archetype of the ideal corporate leader.

10 Examples of The 22nd Century Leadership ArchetypeTM:

1.  Discerns that which is not good or right for the whole of humanity and declines to engage in that which is not.

2.  Leads through example, no kidding, consistently and always.

3.  Emulates compassion, forgiveness and comprehension at all levels.

4.  Understands without reservation that we are all connected in every way; that without exception what we experience as an individual is experienced by all. Executes based on this principle.

5.  Courageous at a level where fear of personal retribution is non-existent and steps into full authenticity with zero regard for “looking good.”

6.  Complete trust in profitability through absolute integrity.

7.  Generates abundance and prosperity effortlessly and in alignment with good will for all.

8.  Replaces ego and personality based choices with those that arrive from an Inner Knowing that is clearly aligned with the higher purpose to serve all of humanity.

9.  Understands through clair cognizance that when a conflict shows up it does so to teach or remind us of something we need to recognize about ourselves so we can shift it and transform it within.

10.   Naturally sees, recognizes and deeply appreciates the inherent and profound value in all human beings regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, religious affiliation, country of origin, or any other “label” that might mask this truth.

What Questions To Ask During My Interview

What Questions To Ask During My Interview

So you are going to interview for that great job you found – but what are the best questions to ask to determine if it’s a fit for you? You may only get to ask a couple, so make them count! This is a major opportunity to interview the interviewer. You want to take advantage of whatever chance you can to determine early on if this is the right company for you.

Interviewing is a way to not only have employers ask questions to see if you are the right fit for their company, but also vice versa. It is always important to ask yourself if you can see yourself working for the company you are interviewing for. Asking a variety of questions that really gives you good insight on if the job opportunity is going to be a good match is vital. This is easier said than done, so we have some tips for you.

Culture is critical

Your skill set may be a match but what about culture? Ask questions that really give you a good sense about what people at that company are like. Ask about company outings, dress code, benefits and wellness. These types of details are extremely important to see if you would be a good match to the company. 

You want to also already be clear about what YOU are looking for in culture. Do you value work life balance? Maybe a close knit culture is important to you. Work hard play hard may be up your alley. Perhaps a lot of structure, or a little structure is important. The point is that you have a good picture of what you value so you can compare what you hear.

Really honing in on what a person in the position you are interviewing for needs to address or do in the role in order to be successful are good questions to ask as well. Assuming you are talking to the direct hiring manager, find out what they expect a successful person in the role to accomplish. You will want to get in their head. Could you really do the job? Are their expectations realistic?

Below are three very good and important questions to ask during a interview that we read in an article called, “Three Interview Questions To Test If An Employer Is Right For You”. 

1.) What character traits do people demonstrate that succeed in this role and company?

A question like this really will give you insight on if this role is a good personality fit for you and if you will be capable of being successful by how your traits and habits are. You will know right away of those traits are describing you or not.

2.) What are your favorite things about working at this company? 

Learning about why your interviewers like to work at the company you are interviewing for is a question that really determines the culture of the business. If you can gauge if they truly enjoy their job and work culture it will give you an idea of how everyone feels about the company. It is important to work somewhere that your co workers enjoy working at because it creates good relationships amongst each other.  You can even ask what are some of the things they dislike about the company. It’s natural and healthy for there to be likes and dislikes. No company is perfect and you should never expect that. What they dislike will still be very insightful.

3.) What challenges has your team faced in the last year? What are your team’s goals for the next year? 

Asking a question in regards to what challenges the department or company you will work for gives you realistic goals that soon will be on your plate. Seeing what goals they are trying to accomplish will give you an overview of what your job will entail.

Conclusion

Asking the right questions at a job interview really will give you a good idea if it will be the right fit. Don’t take a job just because it looks good on your resume or because of money. We see way too many people get caught up in money and wanting to make a move try to get ahead. Chose a job that you will be a good fit for you both skill wise and personality. 

You have to be smart about making a move, your resume needs to show stability. Our clients are constantly turning down resumes because people look like job hoppers. Often times those people left their jobs because they ended up not being a good cultural fit. This is understandable. But if they had done a better job of looking at this before accepting an offer, they wouldn’t be stuck in this sticky situation. 

The last thing you want is to be stuck at a company because you didn’t do your due diligence. Or you have to jump from a couple jobs and now you look unstable. There is a lot of risk in not asking the right questions during your interview.

Make the most of your career and your life! Aldebaran Recruiting is here to coach our candidates throughout the entire recruitment process making sure our candidates and clients have the right fit. 

Meet The Team – Jackie Kellam With Lance Winsaft – Aldebaran Recruiting

As the latest installment of our “Meet The Team” Video series, today Lance Winsaft sat down with Jackie Kellam, one of our awesome Senior Associates in San Diego. They chat about where Jackie is from and also about important changes with laws around disclosing salary.

Feel free to connect with Jackie Kellam on LinkedIn at:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jackiekellam/ 

Thank you from,
 
Lily, Lance & the Aldebaran Recruiting Team!!!
 

Finding Your Ideal Career: Where Do I Start?

Finding your ideal career is not easy, but the fact that you’re reading this article means that you’re a driven, motivated individual that’s willing to work hard for it. Good job! You’ve already gotten the first step down: To find the motivation.

So what’s next? Well, here are some essential steps to start finding your ideal career. It is recommended that you write your ideas down as you go to make it more concrete and easier to work with.

Define your passion

First, you need to do some self-assessment. What are some things that you like? What is it that drives you? It doesn’t have to be career- or industry-specific. Your motivation can be your simplest desires like “I like helping others” or “I like it when the numbers come together.” Landing a job that aligns with your passion will definitely boost your performance and leaves you feeling satisfied.

Define your strengths and weaknesses

Make a list of things that you’re good at and what you need to work on. You’ll more likely enjoy and succeed in a career that allows you to make use of your strengths. If you’re concerned that your ideal career path might not suit you because of your weakness, don’t be discouraged! In fact, good for you! Now you know what you need to work on and you’re one step closer to being in your ideal career.

“What are your weaknesses?” Everyone’s favorite interview question to answer! Honesty truly is the best policy here, so don’t try to be over strategic. Your weaknesses are an important part of the interview process on both sides.

Gain experience

You may have found it difficult to list your passion, strengths, and weaknesses. That’s ok! You’re not alone. You’ll need to give yourself some time to identify both your natural and learned skills. Take the time to understand your own potential. After gaining some experience, you’ll be better able to assess yourself and find a skill (or a combination of it) that you can capitalize on.

Define your priorities and career goals

Everyone has slightly different goals in life. Some will want to focus on their career growth, while others want to focus on learning new skills. If you’re focusing on your career growth, avoid the common mistake of prioritizing short-term improvements. What you want now may not be aligned with what you want five or ten years down the road. For example, don’t be swayed by a job promotion if it means that you’ll be stuck in a career path that you don’t want to be in.

If you are in a job you don’t like – LEAVE! Nothing is worth your unhappiness. In fact, if you don’t LOVE it, I say leave. Value yourself enough to have your job/career be a reflection of what matters to you. Be enriched, be alive, make a contribution. 

Consider the work culture

Work culture may seem insignificant, but it actually matters more than some would think. Consider the work environment that would suit you best. What will your relationship with your coworkers look like? What style of company leadership do you look for? These things can contribute to whether you will enjoy a job or not. For example, some would enjoy working in a big corporate company while others thrive in smaller companies. Do your research. Find out if the work culture of the jobs in your career path would allow you to perform at your maximum potential.

Money is not everything

Yes, we all have to pay our bills. However, money shouldn’t be your primary goal. You’ll always want “a bit more.” You’ll never be content if your goal purely about gaining more money. Instead, think about what matters to you most. Do you want flexible work hours? What kind of lifestyle do you want to live? Revisit your values, life priorities, and career goals.

It’s always nice to be in your ideal career. But like everything nice, it will take time and effort. So put in those hours and don’t hold back on those sweat and tears! You might only land a decent job in the beginning, but rest assured, your efforts will pay off sooner or later. Best of luck!

Trust your recruiter about the best salary to represent you at. Trust me, we have your best interest in mind to negotiate you the best possible salary! We see WAY too many candidates ask for too much salary up front and price themselves out compared to similar candidates.

There is a difference between your worth and your MARKET worth. You need to set ego aside and play the market right. If there are candidates with several more years experience than you, and asking for the same, or even sometimes less, money, you will have priced yourself out even before even getting in the game.

Recruiters are able to give valuable insight into your competition. Use us wisely.

Side note, don’t make a career move if money is your only motivation. This will make falling into this trap even more likely.

Conclusion

You shouldn’t expect to simply fall into your ideal career. Be proactive and do your due diligence. Everyone should be in a career they love with a company they are passionate about. No one should settle ever! In the US alone there are amazing companies and amazing jobs out there. Complacency will be you number one enemy with fear as a close second. 

If you ever feel stuck or alone or overwhelmed as you go through this process, always remember you are not alone. Use your friends and family as a sounding board. Reach out to co-workers, coaches, consultants. There are a million resources at your fingertips, you simply need to take the action and get out there.

Action is the only thing that will ever produce a result. Start small if you have to, but one way or another, get in action. The more action you take, the more results you will start to see.

We wish all of you the best in your career searches. Believe in yourself and your skills, and most importantly, never give up!

2018

How To Improve Your Candidate Experience

What is candidate experience?

Candidate experience is how a job seeker reacts to a company’s recruiting process. There are hundreds of articles out there on how to improve candidate experience. It’s a topic that’s been gaining much popularity in the recruiting world, but why does it matter? There are billions of people out there looking for jobs. Surely, companies will eventually find one that qualifies for the job, right? Not so fast! Here are 3 reasons why you should treat your candidates as valuable as your customers.

The majority of candidates we speak with voice complaints about candidate experience. It seems most job seekers out there are not having a good experience when interviewing. This is a shame because many employers turn off good talent this way. Employers are missing out on the top talent. This is something easily avoidable.

Candidate experience > Employment brand 

All companies strive to improve their brand reputation. However, your reputation as employers should not be overlooked. A company cannot build a strong brand reputation if the people, including your valued customers, learns that its employees and candidates are not treated right. A poor candidate experience will set back your efforts on building that solid brand reputation. Creating a strong reputation starts from giving a delightful candidate experience.

In fact, a solid candidate experience is the foundation for an employment brand. You will instantly increase your reputation by having a stellar interview process. Word gets around fast, especially in niche markets.

Attract top talent

Improving your candidate experience builds a strong employment brand. In turn, a strong employment brand attracts talented candidates. Candidates have worked very hard to earn their degrees and gain valuable work experiences. They don’t deserve to be left in the dark or given vague responses. Talented candidates know their value and want to be treated right. Giving candidates a pleasant experience allow them to shine. They’ll be better able to show their strengths and you’ll be better able to pick the right candidates.

This is a major step to getting the best people. And your people are everything. If you want the best act like that best. This includes having a first class interview process and candidate experience. Be know for your interview process and you will attract the best. be know for a not so good experience, and the best will avoid you like the plague. Thebest are never desperate.

Attract more customers

Yes, you read it right. Candidates who’ve enjoyed their application process will share their positive experiences. This is an opportunity to build a positive image for your company to attract more customers. Kevin W. Grossman, vice president of Talent Board, has spent many years in the world of talent management. He found that having a positive candidate experience can positively impact the direct revenue for consumer-based businesses.

This is an easy way to increase your bottom line with little to no financial investment. Reputation is more important in the digital age. This can turn good or bad very quickly. Stay on top of your reputation and reap the benefits.

Conclusion

Treating your candidates right will not only build a strong employment brand, it will also help you attract more valuable candidates. Furthermore, it helps you attract more customers, thus increasing your company’s revenue. Start improving your candidate experience. What’s there to lose?

Pick one or two things you feel would increase your value in your interview process. Train your staff provide feedback on time, give detailed feedback. Don’t leave people hanging. Give great tours of your office, share your vision with interviewees, get them excited. Have the process be smooth, fun, enjoyable, and inspiring. 

Most importantly, train your staff to care.

 

1

 

 

Meet The Team – Brandi Wheeler With Lance Winsaft – Aldebaran Recruiting

 
We hope you are having a great week and easing into Autumn. In this latest installment of our “Meet The Team” video updates, Lance sat down for a brief chat with our Georgia sweetheart, Brandi Wheeler. Brandi is a rockstar recruiter and is also a huge football fan… GO DAWGS!
 
Feel free to connect with Brandi on LinkedIn at: 
 
Thank you from,
 
Lily, Lance & the Aldebaran Recruiting Team!!!
 

Keywords: executive recruiting, recruiting, advertising, marketing, media, sales, pr, public relations, business, financial, hiring, ad agency, san diego, miami, atlanta, new york, los angeles, chicago, san francisco, long beach, lance winsaft, lily winsaft, Aldebaran Recruiting, corporate politics, customers, client, digital marketing, negotiation, small business, salary, candidates, cpa, millennials, generation z, interviews, coaching, job description

Aldebaran Recruiting Team in NYC For AdWeek – The Power Of Networking

img_7055-jpg
 
Two members of our San Diego recruiting team have been spending the week in New York City for AdWeek. Brandi Wheeler and Jackie Kellam have been enjoying the networking opportunities, conferences, talks, and meeting with many of our amazing clients. 
 
Networking is critical in any industry and events like AdWeek provide not only great opportunities to mingle and meet new people, but the educational aspect is a huge factor when we are deciding when and where to send our people. A multi-day event is always a much better investment as well.
 
Networking tips:
  • Always have plenty of business cards, and make sure they are up to date and high quality. Get as many cards in return as you can, follow up with everyone either via email or on LinkedIn, or both.
  • Don’t be a wallflower! Don’t be bashful about jumping into conversations that are already happening. Make eye contact, have a solid handshake. Have something quick and catchy to say about you and your business. Some thing like, “We are the most effective marketing recruiters in the country.”
  • Dress sharp. Your appearance is critical in face to face meetings and you get one chance to make a first impression.
  • Get to know people. Don’t use your conversation to only try and sell your product or service. Focus instead on building a rapport and relationship. People like doing business with people that they like.
  • Have fun! Networking is a chance to meet people and build relationships, do it as much as you can! 

Keywords: executive recruiting, recruiting, advertising, marketing, media, sales, pr, public relations, business, financial, hiring, ad agency, san diego, miami, atlanta, new york, los angeles, chicago, san francisco, long beach, lance winsaft, lily winsaft, Aldebaran Recruiting, corporate politics, customers, client, digital marketing, negotiation, small business, salary, candidates, cpa, millennials, generation z, interviews, coaching, job description

Meet The Team – Mark Kapov With Lance Winsaft – Aldebaran Recruiting

This is a continuation of our “Meet The Team” video updates. Today I sat down with Mark Kapov, one of our rockstar senior recruiters. Mark is an all around great guy!

More to come in the future with other team members.

Keywords: executive recruiting, recruiting, advertising, marketing, media, sales, pr, public relations, business, financial, hiring, ad agency, san diego, miami, atlanta, new york, los angeles, chicago, san francisco, long beach, lance winsaft, lily winsaft, Aldebaran Recruiting, corporate politics, customers, client, digital marketing, negotiation, small business, salary, candidates, cpa, millennials, generation z, interviews, coaching, job description

 

Introducing The San Diego Team – Aldebaran Associates Recruiting

This is a quick video making some formal introductions of our team members here in San Diego. More to come on each team member individually!

Keywords: executive recruiting, recruiting, advertising, marketing, media, sales, pr, public relations, business, financial, hiring, ad agency, san diego, miami, atlanta, new york, los angeles, chicago, san francisco, long beach, lance winsaft, lily winsaft, Aldebaran Recruiting, corporate politics, customers, client, digital marketing, negotiation, small business, salary, candidates, cpa, millennials, generation z, interviews, coaching, job description

Hello From The San Diego Aldebaran Recruiting Team!

Hi everyone,

Here is a quick video introduction of our Aldebaran Recruiting San Diego office team. We started to record a series of different videos that gives you a closer look at what our team looks like. 

We want everyone to put faces to our name. Hope you enjoy!

 

Keywords: executive recruiting, recruiting, advertising, marketing, media, sales, pr, public relations, business, financial, hiring, ad agency, san diego, miami, atlanta, new york, los angeles, chicago, san francisco, long beach, lance winsaft, lily winsaft, Aldebaran Recruiting, corporate politics, customers, client, digital marketing, negotiation, small business, salary, candidates, cpa, millennials, generation z, interviews, coaching, job description

Tips For Entrepreneurs – Accessing Solutions to Your Business Problems – Part 2

Below are my top three tips to bring truth and wisdom to your life so you can succeed in your business in the way that you have always dreamed possible:
1.   Spend at least 15 minutes a day in silence, 30 minutes is even better. 

This sounds easy and almost silly. But I can assure you that it is neither. We live in a very noisy world. Inside our head there is a voice that is constantly speaking to us, and it is not always saying positive things.

Our reality is shaped by the thoughts we entertain. Therefore, make sure to entertain only those thoughts that support your goals, your dreams, and your possibilities. In moments of silence we can reconnect with these ideals and find creative ways to think and speak them into existence.

Meditation is an amazing tool now being used by corporate executives across the globe. Join the movement!

2.   Stop each day to listen with your heart instead of with your head. 

Close your eyes and center your attention in your heart. Science is discovering that the heart holds an intelligence that is far greater than that of the brain.

The HeartMath Institute is studying heart intelligence and is providing “scientifically-validated and market-validated tools and technologies that activate the intelligence and power of the heart to dramatically reduce stress while empowering health, performance and behavioral change in individuals and organizations.” 

According to “Let Your Heart Talk to Your Brain,” a Huffington Post article by HeartMath, “… the human heart, in addition to its other functions, actually possesses a heart-brain composed of about 40,000 neurons that can sense, feel, learn and remember.

The heart brain sends messages to the head brain about how the body feels and more. Use your heart to uncover the answers to the every day problems your business is experiencing!

3.   Use the power of your dreams to find solutions to complex problems. 

Often I have gone to sleep at night not knowing how to handle a certain problem in my business, only to wake up with the perfect solution.

I’m sure you have experienced this too. Dreams carry messages from our subconscious.

These messages, when accurately interpreted can bring amazing insight and information to us. Nobel Prize laureate Otto Loewi dreamed about the experiment, which would prove his idea that nerve impulses are chemically transmitted!

Practice these techniques to eliminate worry and to bring full clarity to those situations that ultimately actually do require expertise beyond your own level of knowledge. In other words, use experts only when you have exhausted your own Inner fountain of information.

Believe in yourself. You are more powerful and more knowledgeable than you can comprehend!

08ec05e3-3eaa-44e8-89f2-764f81e86cd0

Tips For Entrepreneurs – Accessing Solutions to Your Business Problems – Part 1

Consultants are expensive. When you contract a consultant, you are paying for expertise that you do not have.

This can be very valuable. Indeed, I have benefited greatly from “selling” my knowledge to those that do not know what I know. And I have earned every bit of financial reward gained through helping others where they lacked information necessary to succeed in one area or another.

Looking to experts for knowledge is very helpful, especially when you are an entrepreneur interested in success.

One might say that it is impossible to know everything that one needs to know in order to run a successful business, whatever size it may be. And this would be true. Except when it’s not.

Sometimes we look to experts because we lack confidence in ourselves or because we do not believe that we know the answers to the questions we seek. At times we may even know what we need to know but we lack the courage to execute. In these instances we are paying a price for ignoring that we actually know more than we think we do.

Or, that we are capable of achieving great things through sheer perseverance alone, for example.

No matter how technical, no matter how complicated a problem, what if you could tap into a universal source of information that would allow you to connect with what you need in order to thrive in your business?

Maybe we can’t download information about how to fly a helicopter the way the character Trinity in the movie The Matrix does, but I believe we all have access to an infinite amount of knowledge that is stored in the universal memory banks. This information is accessible through our intention.

The human mind is an incredible machine capable of receiving and already possessing much more information than we can ever imagine.

Science is teaching us through quantum physics that all knowledge is stored within the very DNA housed in our cells. By activating our so-called “Junk DNA,” we are able to discover the unlimited potential we have within us to create and manipulate the universe.

We have only to set aside our limiting beliefs, step into our full power and trust in the capacity we have to move through every opportunity with wisdom and grace. For entrepreneurs, there is no greater challenge than to understand the seemingly complex nature of the structure of a business.

Key questions we face as small business owners:

-What makes a business succeed?

-How can technology be used to empower the very structure of our business?

-How can we wisely utilize human capital to support our profitability?

-What are the financial models that work for us? How can we establish credibility for our brand?

-What limits us in causing our business to succeed at the level of our wildest dreams?

These are all questions we face daily as business owners.

You got this!

Most of us do not believe we can answer these questions on our own. And often when we try, we fail. Fear gets in the way, belief systems we acquire in our childhood, such as “I am not good enough” or “there must be something wrong with me,” stand in the way of our success.

If we can put aside these limiting patterns in our behavior and in our mindset, we will begin to utilize the Inner Knowing that we have come here with and that we have acquired through the evolutionary process of our species. First, we must believe in ourselves and then we must trust that we CAN have this access!

Everyone has experienced what is called an “aha moment.”

These moments of enlightened truth come to us from the very source of Inner Knowing that I am referring to. Usually these aha moments occur randomly in our lives.

And when they do we are often astonished and amazed at the truth and wisdom within them. How can we cause aha moments to come to us at will?

How can we conspire with the source of Inner Knowing to bring truth and wisdom to our experience whenever we choose?

image

Our CEO, Lily Winsaft On The Brink Of Getting Published – First Novel, See Link!

Wake the F*ck Up
A Young Man’s Souljourn

Synopsis

Young people are faced with all kinds of turbulent experiences. So many of our children today are battling depression, anxiety and addiction. Suicide rates among children and young adults is skyrocketing. This is alarming. We must teach our young people that suffering is not necessary. We must teach them to wake up to their true light, to their divine potential!

This story is based on the real experiences of a young man who suffered an unspeakable life from a very early age. It was an age in which what he should have been experiencing was bedtime stories, birthday parties, and Little League. Instead, Daniel was repeatedly abused and neglected, eventually becoming a ward of the state of Massachusetts . . . a state that ultimately allows him to fall through the cracks. 

His journey to enlightenment serves as an inspiration for all of humanity.

Author
Lily Winsaft spent over 25 years in corporate America and owns a recruiting company that is currently managed by her oldest son. She studied psychology in college and was raised in a home where metaphysics was the backbone of all teachings. Reincarnation, karma, the chakra system, astrology, mythology, clairvoyance, etc. were all family suppertime topics.  

She had a very interesting adolescence and young adulthood in which she practiced meditation, yoga, dreamwork, and out-of- body travel. Later, her professional career focused on Sales, Recruiting, and Coaching (Career, Executive and Life). She is an entrepreneur at heart and an aspiring writer. 

In her early 40’s she became a certified ThetaHealing practitioner and has witnessed hundreds of energy healings. Lily is also a highly skilled Akashic Records reader and regularly teaches classes at the Jamar Enlightenment Center in Palm Beach Gardens. Her soul’s purpose in this lifetime is to be of service to humanity by helping people remember who they are and why they are here. She facilitates Transformational Breath sessions, teaches the DreamWorker™ Protocol & Technique (a process she created), leads meditations and is an avid beach walker. 

Learn more and preorder at: https://publishizer.com/wake-the-fuck-up/#horizontal 

Keywords: executive recruiting, recruiting, advertising, marketing, media, sales, pr, public relations, business, financial, hiring, ad agency, san diego, miami, atlanta, new york, los angeles, chicago, san francisco, long beach, lance winsaft, lily winsaft, Aldebaran Recruiting, corporate politics, customers, client, digital marketing, negotiation, small business, salary, candidates, cpa, millennials, generation z, interviews, coaching, job description

book