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Recruiting Brainfood for the week ahead - Issue #233

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Recruiting Brainfood

March 28 · Issue #233 · View online

It's recruiting brainfood for the week ahead


Friends,
I am humbled that so many of you have decided again to trust me with your attention on this new initiative. I launched This Week, In Recruiting prematurely last Monday and did not expect to get over 10,000 subscribers before end of the first week. Thank you to all who subscribed from here!
The plan is to continue Recruiting Brainfood as normal, delivering evergreen, deep dive content on Sunday, but now follow up on Monday with This Week, In Recruiting, which will be crowd sourced, community news and time sensitive ‘stuff you need to know this week’. Think of it as brainfood community newswire.
If you haven’t subscribed to this new channel yet, you can do so here
It’s a LinkedIn newsletter, and it will be delivered to the My Network tab on your LinkedIn profile. Chances are you will see it there, or on LinkedIn newsfeed as I share it after publication on Monday.
Anyways, the extra space created by splitting the brainfood like this will mean more cool content here, on Sundays - see for yourself, below 🙂
Special thanks this week to: Garry Turner, Simon Geere, Lisa Scales, Kevin Green, Eugène van den Hemel, Antonio Arias Lopez, Colin Donnery, Jo McCatty, Andrew Spence, ‘Google’ Dave Hazlehurst, John Bersentes, Achyut Menon, James Osborne, Hend Halim, Bas van de Haterd, Oonagh Clarke, John Vlastelica, Sophie Giorgobiani, Anastasia Trubnikova, Mike Tonks, Stuart Jones, Tris Revill, Steven Brand, Sandra Lim, Dave Hardy, Martin Poole, Stuart Jones, Mathew Sagar and Carl-Christoph Fellinger for your public support of this newsletter - essential to keep it free for everyone else to read!
Now check out your scores on the Brainfood Hall of Fame😉
Can you help? Simply share this link recruitingbrainfood.com on a LinkedIn status update and recommend it to your network - it’s the best way to keep the growing the brainfood community.
Cheers!
Hung
Recruiting Brainfood has a private fb group for community discussion, a weekly video webinar series, a podcast on ITunesSpotify or Podbean, an active Talent Directory, a searchable archive of brainfood content and even a chatbot called RoboHung. You are welcome to join any or all of these channels.

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End notes
I’m still in London folks - obviously - but I’ve been fixated on the big news of the week - the incredible story of Ever Given, the 200,000 tonne giant container ship which has become stuck in the Suez Canal, causing a traffic jam to global freight which can be seen from space and is costing the global economy $9 billion dollars per day.
Keep track of the traffic jam here. It’s all fun and games for us average Joe’s until we run out of toilet paper again.
DM me on twitter or Instagram or TikTok if you got any ideas on how to help re-float her.
Have a great week everybody. 
Hung
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