I want to talk about recruiting people that you won't be able to support. Today’s
title of the blog is don't recruit people that you will not be able to support.
What I mean by that is that often our company might be operating in many different countries and so on and we might be tempted to go, “Let's recruit somebody in Timbuktu and recruit somebody in China.” But you have to ask yourself a question, will I be able to support the person if I recruit a person there? Because if you don't speak the language, or you don't know how the business operates in that particular country or that particular area and you will not be able to support that person, then it puts you in a very awkward situation, but especially it puts your new recruit in even worse situation where now they are not being supported and they're struggling in the business because maybe you don't speak the language or maybe you don't know how the business operates there.
What I always advise to people is work with, first of all, what's around you because too many people are looking like, “Oh, where can I find people, half across the world, there's a person there, let me recruit somebody there.” Where they have millions of people right in front of them, but they're not recruiting them, but they're looking for people somewhere far, far away.
And very often that can cause a negative impact on your business because you can spend a lot of money, a lot of time having to travel to different countries, having to spend on travel, on hotels, on trainings, to find out that it's not going to work out anyway. Where as you had people living in your town, living in your city, living in your country that you could use recruited and build a tremendous business.
I've seen it time and time again, where there are leaders who build just literally within their local area within their country and build huge businesses, while there's other leaders who always try to build this international massive business and it never works out because there's different challenges, there's different problems. So always go for the low hanging fruit.
Always go for the easiest way to build your business, the simplest way, because nine times out of 10 that will be much quicker, and it will be much more efficient. And then once you've built a successful business locally or within your country, then start thinking about expanding to other countries, building where you might not speak the language. So you might have to hire translators, but the worst thing you can do is just to go, “Hey, who speaks that language? Can you please take care of that person for me?” Because that's not how business is built.
If you recruit somebody into the business, you have to take responsibility for looking after and training that person. You can't just recruit somebody and drop them and say, “Hey, I hope somebody will look after that person. I hope somebody will take care of that person because I can't.” That's just not fair on you or that person or the company or somebody who will end up having to take care of that person, you know what I mean? So we all have to take responsibility and understand that once the person is recruited in a business, your job is not done, your job only begins.
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