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Carol Johnson�s Top Ten Reasons to Recruit in a Down Market



Carol Johnson
The Recruiting Network




Carol Johnson

1.    It�s fun to see if you can recruit more than you loose.

2.    It�s gets lonely in the office.

3.    You can�t stretch your excuses out for another 18 months.

4.    Competitors are so busy selling their �flippers� and SUV�s they aren�t recruiting.

5.    Slow markets provide the opportunity to practice your Gen X and Gen Y interviewing dialogue.

6.    Finding candidates who believe this is the best time to enter the business will restore your faith in human nature.

7.    This is your opportunity to write a book on the art of exit interviews.

8.    Signing up a top producing agent in a down market is an adrenaline rush equivalent to a hole in one.

9.    It�s motivating to track the top ten percent who out-produce the other million-three agents in the business.

10.    Statistics prove it only takes a few top producers to dominate the MLS, so who needs 9 more reasons?

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