f. a. q.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does this course help me start my own successful recruiting business?
How long does it take to make your first deal?
Do you tell me point blank what to do in order to be a good recruiter?
Do you help me find a recruiting job?
Will i need to pay for subscriptions to Linkedin, Indeed, etc?
Along the same lines, Do I need an email address that shows a domain other than gmail, etc?
Can this course help me become a successful freelance recruiter?
Why do I do this? Why teach everyone the business so well and release my secrets?
Will you do additional training calls with me? If so, How much would they be? Can I buy a package?
When can I start the 30 min coaching calls? What times are you available? What are they about?
Do I need a website before I begin recruiting?
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With over 10 years of experience, Brianna is the leader in the recruiting industry and teaches people how to start a recruiting career or accelerate their earnings within their current recruiting job.
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