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101 Benefits of Starting your Recruitment Agency- Benefit No.13 – No More Alarm Clock…Bliss!

 If you hate waking up on someone else’s schedule and you are ready to be the one controlling your alarm clock and not a boss, then today’s blog post is for you.


Beep, Beep, Beep, Beep

Just ten more minutes…




Beep, Beep, Beep, Beep


Oh, five minutes more won’t hurt…



Beep, Beep, Beep, Beep


Is this what your Monday is currently looking like?


You getting interrupted by the sound of a loud screaming clock?  


       I remember those days, and I remember how my head would fill with dread on Sunday night.


     Am I on target this month, will I be called in by the owner of the business for me to talk through what my plans are to get the business back on track with some unrealistic target plucked out of the air.

      The dread of knowing that beeping sound of the alarm would not be a welcoming sound.


      I think there is a better way that will benefit from.  In fact, I KNOW that there is a better way.


Think about this…..


Back in the day, (let’s say the 70’s or 80’s) if you wanted to own your very own business you needed to have deep pockets.


1.  A shop premises


2.  Employees to work at the shop


3.  Money to open and run the shop


4.  Things to sell at the shop

5. Massive overdraft from the bank


     Today, all you need to do is follow our online recruitment start up business model and BAM you’re in business for yourself.


     Seriously, there is no better time in our history to beat the alarm clock blues like TODAY!


     No employees, No list, No building, No knowledge NO PROBLEM!


     All you need is a computer, internet access, mobile phone and the will to make it happen.



     Now, I’m not telling you that you will be an overnight success without any effort, that’s not the real world. As they say the only place success comes before work is in the dictionary.


      Let’s be real.  You are going to have to do some work to kick that alarm clock.


But, It can be done.  I did it, and so have hundreds of our clients from all backgrounds and walks of life, and the incredible thing is you can be up and running in no time.

Just imagine, waking up in the morning stretch out and see that it’s lighter outside than it should be. You look at the clock and scream Aye, yai, yai I’m late!”

The adrenaline starts rushing through your veins. You’ll be late for work. You’re rarely late for work.

And then you remember.

You’re the boss.

So, imagine never having to wake up to the beeping sound of an alarm clock.

You set your own hours.

If you have never been an early riser or you much prefer to start work later in the day or maybe you like to work in spurts. Well, when you are your own boss, you eliminate the old-fashioned need to warm a chair for specific hours.

You become responsible for your output, not your hours.

You’re at the wheel. You make the decisions yourself.

There’s great satisfaction in being able to be in charge of your destination and to financial benefit 100% from all your hard work.

We often talk about owning the job as a key to job satisfaction; and when you’re the boss, you own it. Not having to ask anybody can mean a great deal.

You set your own work pace, workplace environment, and even location to work from.

Don’t take that frustrating train commute up to town, stay local. Meet people in Starbucks, or spend every day in Starbucks—why not? You’re the boss. You decide.

Once again, there are no more alarm clocks unless you want to use them. Deciding how you’ll focus your days is all up to you.

But, focus is flexible, it’s changeable, it’s all about choice. Design how you plan to run your business.

Even if you’re not planning to immediately start your business, practice now how to focus your time on what you’d like to do.


P.S. I regularly receive emails from people wanting to know the top growth industries to start their recruitment agency. I will shortly be listing the top 10 growth industries for this year.


Thought For The Day

Sleeping is my drug, my bed is my dealer, and my alarm clock is the police.


  • September 4, 2018

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