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Using the SQL DELETE function in ExactTarget Queries
The Salesforce Marketing Cloud (aka ExactTarget) offers you the ability to write your own SQL statements to pull together data from multiple Data Extensions (tables) into a single table.  It's really handy and quite powerful in its ability to write complica...
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  • ExactTarget
    Project Manager, Client Services, 2014 - present
  • BoostCE
    Founder, 2014 - present
  • World Vision
    Technology Solutions Manager, 2006 - 2014
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The Email Marketing Cheat Sheet - Volume 14
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Hello, Email Marketers! This week we're looking at some great looking emails and the people who create them. You find plenty of good example

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Leading in Challenging Situations | James Lamb | LinkedIn
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I recently attended a leadership workshop where a model was presented that could be used to "foster [trait] in [person]" or "bolster [person

Are You Spending Enough Time with Your Staff?
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According to a new study by Leadership IQ, the optimal number of time you should spend with each of your staff is six hours per week. It fou

Coding a Car
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There are a million (I'm guessing) things that can go wrong with a car. Tires can go flat, lights can stop working, batteries can go dead. H

The Problem with MVP | James Lamb | LinkedIn
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Too many of us have drunk the Kool-Aid. It used to be that "MVP" was "Most Valuable Person" or "Most Valuable Player" or "Most Valuable Prod

Are You "Poachable"? | James Lamb | LinkedIn
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A healthy company will practice the "right people on the bus" methodology, examining its current employees' potential to fit positions that

It took over a year to convince our pediatrician that our son didn't seem to be progressing typically and he finally referred us to to Birth to Three. They performed an assessment, calmly took us through the results and then worked with us to set up a plan. Our son was 2-1/2 by then so we didn't get to participate for very long (we're a little bitter about that wouldn't recommend that pediatrician) but there were group sessions at the facility and someone came to our house once a week for one-on-one therapy. It was a really great experience and it was also great to have these caring people to lean on during that dark foggy period of trying to come to terms that our child might never do all the things we had projected into his future. Love this organization and how it helps people. The small consultancy I founded gives a percentage of all of its income to support this organization so that it can continue to help others.
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Do yourself a favor and avoid this dealership. They advertise cars online and in print that they "can't find" when they get there. They have cars without prices posted. And they will do that "let me talk to my manager" thing and then come back with an even worse offer. 3 hours of my life I will not get back. They maintain their own review website designed to do well in search results, but it's biased and filled only with good reviews.
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I was referred to the dealership by a family friend. I was able to conduct most of the purchase online (we had just come off a really poor experience at another dealership and we explained what we thought we were looking for and asked them to help us know what we should be looking at with our price range and needs and they gave us advice about what we should get, found a car that met our needs) and they even brought the car to my house (in Federal Way) for the test drive. By the time I actually did go to the dealership, it was just to pick up the car. They had almost all the paperwork done, so it was just signing the documents, taking some photos with the freshly washed car and the salesman showing us some of the features. We got the 15-month-old car for half of its original cost and several thousand less than blue book.
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: Very GoodService: Very Good
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