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Throwback Thursday: The Birth of My First Brick and Mortar Business

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http://www.extremejohn.com - It’s been a decade since I’ve gotten involved in #ThrowbackThursday here on my blog, or across the various social networking sites that I enjoy. Ok, maybe it hasn’t been a decade, but it’s definitely been longer then I can remember. If I remember correctly, I believe my last Throwback Thursday contribution was a picture I [Continue Reading]

The 1 Trick You Must Know To Remember Names

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http://jaysonfeltner.com - A strange looking and eccentric woman walked up to me and asked my name.  She said she had a strange ability to remember names.  I was in the middle of a class of 30 people and liked my odds.  I bet her should couldn’t remember names of every person.I told her my name, then promptly moved to a seat across the room. I convinced another few people to move as well.  This way, she couldn’t just remember a pattern of names.  She had to remember our names based only on our faces.My jaw was just as open as the other 29 jaws in the room when she went around naming each and every person.  First and last names!  …

Going Green Child Theme by StudioPress

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http://www.blogengage.com - Trying to save the earth, your neighborhood, or just looking for a natural look for your website but not sure what you need to do it? Having a professional website isn’t everything you need to start a healthy related website. Along with a professional looking website, you need to have the look and feel of […]

VIPO: An Introduction to the Web App I’ve Been Developing for the Past Year

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http://www.extremejohn.com - Well happy #HumpDay , I can’t believe how fast the week is flying by. I remember thinking sometime around the middle of February 2013, “There’s no way it’s already the middle of February.” Well, it was, and the rest of the year blew by much the same. I hear that time flying by has something [Continue Reading]

How Big Brands Do SEO (and Few Hacks to Beat Them)

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http://positionly.com - Big brands are everywhere. But I don’t care that there is hardly an aspect of our lives that’s not dominated by Apples, Samsungs, Nestles and others. Given my professional affinity though, their unfair prominence in search gets to me. Type any keyword into Google and you are bound to see big brands occupying top results.... Read more »The post How Big Brands Do SEO (and Few Hacks to Beat Them) appeared first on Positionly Blog.

Agency Theme from StudioPress

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http://www.blogengage.com - AgentPress Theme by Studiopress is one of the best premium themes that you can find for your WordPress blog. Powered by the famous Genesis Framework and a theme which loads extremely fast and SEO optimized, it is one of the best. The AgentPress Theme is best suited for those who has some kind of business. […]

VIPO Series: Employee Leaderboard Module

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http://www.extremejohn.com - A few weeks ago I wrote an article titled, “An Introduction to the Web App I’ve Been Developing for the Past Year”. The title doesn’t really leave much to the imagination, aside from the fact that I’m sure you have no clue what VIPO is. I’m not going to re-explain the VIPO web app project [Continue Reading]

7 Words I Emphasize to My Children

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http://www.extremejohn.com - I usually start my Sunday mornings off by ripping through email and social media messages before I break-out and enjoy the day. Getting a jump on the emails makes a huge difference heading into the new week of business. I’m not going to lie, it takes a tremendous amount of self-motivation to wake up on [Continue Reading]

The Definitive Two Step Process to Stay On Top of Everything

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http://jaysonfeltner.com - Being successful in the workplace often means having the ability to stay on top of everything.  Most workers are completely overwhelmed by their workload.  The answer to their problems lies in their ability to quickly and efficiently process the onslaught of responsibilities coming at them.The other night over dinner, as she usually does, my wife asked how my day had gone.  “Surprisingly well” I answered.  I then went into ,probably too much, detail about why my day had gone so well.  “I’ve found a simple two step process to help me stay on top of everything” I told her.As an executive and leader of my company, I can sometimes feel the weight of the world on my shoulders.  …