Would You Be Disqualified?


The Four Referability Habits

Dan Sullivan, from Strategic Coach, outlines the 4 simple habits that make you referable:

1. Show up on time.

2. Do what you say.

3. Finish what you start.

4. Say please and thank you.

Tip: At your next management meeting, rate each other on how referable you are.

As easy as these sound, they require remarkable discipline to execute on a daily basis. Practicing these habits have been a great guide for me in my own career.

I have used these questions to screen candidates when helping bar/restaurant owners hire for key management positions.

What I have found is many people disqualify when I ask their employers if the candidate exemplifies all 4 habits; and plenty of others disqualify when I ask their teammates if they do…

Would your team answer YES to all 4 questions about you?

Onward and upward,

Sean Finter