I'm sorry I was unable to find this answer on my own, but hopefully someone knows off of the top of their head.
In the days when I was drinking M-T podcasts like cold water on a hot day, I heard one of the simplest, most profound images about hiring. I think it was Mark that said it. But I can't for the life of me remember which podcast it appeared in.
The idea is that you make a four quadrant chart with "Good Fit/Bad Fit" on one axis, and "Hire/Don't Hire" on the other. Most people believe that the goal of the hiring process is to fill the "Hire/Good Fit" square. In fact, the goal of the hiring process is to AVOID the "Hire/Bad Fit" square AT ALL COSTS. A related notion is that you should celebrate all no hire decisions, as you could well have just dodged a bullet.
Does someone know which podcast describes this? I'd love to spread the profundity with those around me.
Thanks in advance,
17 minute mark of "Set the Bar High"
Sorry to have engaged in a conversation with myself. Hopefully someday someone will have the same question!