Don Alspaugh: Success comes with high activity

Don Alspaugh: Success comes with high activity

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There is a time for everything, and gpac coach Don Alspaugh stands as proof of that. After finding out about gpac in the early 2000s, Don felt the recruitment industry could offer him an excellent career path, but as he was starting out a family, he decided it wasn't the best time to transition to a recruiter role.

Around 20 years later and in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, he understood the circumstances were completely different and it was a good time to become a recruiter after a long run in the restaurant management industry.

As with any other new activity, coach Don had some ups and downs during his first months; nevertheless, gpac's "world-class training," as he defines it, and the motivation to have a work-from-home job with a better team atmosphere that allowed him to spend more time with his family, got him through all the obstacles.

Even though Don started his career in recruitment from the bottom, he quickly scaled up to become a coach. His team player spirit and the integrity he showed when facing situations that tested his professional ethics caught the eye of gpac regional directors and leadership staff to make him a team coach.

As a family-owned company, Don feels and transmits the supportive culture to ensure everybody gets the tools to succeed. The system is set and all you have to do is trust the process and keep the high activity to get high rewards.

If you're interested in following Don's career path as a gpac recruiter and getting unlimited earning potential and time flexibility, click here http://bit.ly/YTGoGpac


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