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Jay Myers
Works at Park Place Technologies
Attended Kent State University
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Park Place Technologies Named to CRN Fast Growth 150 List
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Perfect!
As technologists, we tend to live in a world of acronyms and terms quite common to those of us in the industry. But this abbreviated language can seem like a foreign language to those outside of it.
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The need to be heard is a basic human need. Listening is about acknowledging this need – it doesn’t mean agreeing to or endorsing the speaker’s views. Listening is one of the most important qualities
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The impact of effective leadership is dependent on the mastery of a few important skills, which employers always look for in a candidate. It is because these skills involve dealing with individuals
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Dell EqualLogic PS5000 Series is now a part of Park Place Technologies' growing line of support.
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The best memory I have of my dad from when I was growing up happened when I was about 7 years old. At the time he was looking for work in Washington state, and he, my mom, my little brother, and I
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Great advice and I couldn't agree more. I especially like #4 and #5.
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I tend to like written over verbal for many of the reasons listed in this article. I am intrigued by the way Jeff Bezos starts off his meetings. At the end of the day I like the accountability and clear messaging the written word provides over the verbal.
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Good read...

1. Be first, but with a purpose.
2. Master a specific -- and valuable -- skill.
3. Create your own side projects.
4. Put your effort where your mouth is.
5. Show a little of your personal side.
6. Work harder than everyone else.
Remarkable employees (here's how to tell if you are remarkable) spend significant time helping other people succeed: their company, their employees, their customers and vendors and suppliers...But
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  • Kent State University
  • Capital University
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Regional Sales Director
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  • Park Place Technologies
    Regional Sales Director, 2015 - present
  • Park Place Technologies
    Manager, Solutions Engineer, 2012 - 2015
  • Amos Data Systems
    Operations Manager, 2011 - 2012
  • Pantek, Inc
    Sales and Marketing Manager, 2010 - 2011
  • Amos Data Systems
    Director of Sales and Marketing, 2003 - 2009
  • Sprint Nextel
    Business Solutions Support, 1999 - 2003
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Millersport, Ohio - Kent, Ohio - Chicago, Illinois - Chandler, Arizona
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8401 Chagrin Road Cleveland, OH 44023
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