Positive thinking is pointless

 

As much thinking positive and optimism has its place…

For the vast majority of Recruitment and Search Business Owners, it’s pointless…

And quite frankly… Will have no influence on any future results…

To be clear… There’s nothing wrong with ‘positive thinking’…

There’s nothing wrong with hoping, wishing or even expecting the best outcome…

Or a better outcome…

But there needs to be a reason for it….

Don’t hope for a better week, month or year without giving yourself a reason to hope for better….

What are you going to do differently?

And more to the point, what evidence do you have that what you’re doing will get you better results than what you did previously?

I keep seeing Recruitment and Search Business Owners blind themselves with positive thinking…

Delude themselves with great expectations for better days…

I see the consultants they employ do and say the same thing…

“I didn’t hit target this month, but next month I’ll beat it.”

Sounds great… But WHY?!

Positive thinking is excellent, but before you can expect better… Your activity or at least circumstances need to back that up, so there is at least some reason behind it.

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