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Jim Caruso
Works at MediaFirst
Attended Case Western Reserve University
Lives in Earth (the planet) often near Atlanta
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The 'take home' from the linked article is:
When you make a "to do" list, prioritize each item by the amount of effort required (1 to 10, with 1 being the least amount of effort) and the potential positive results (1 to 10, with 10 being the highest impact.)

Create a New Ranking

Now divide the potential results by the amount of effort to get a "priority" ranking.  Do the items with the lowest resulting priority number first.  Here's a simple example:

Task 1: Write report on trip meeting.
Effort=10, Result=2, Priority=5
Task 2: Prepare presentation for marketing.
Effort=4, Result=4, Priority=1
Task 3: Call current customer about referral.
Effort=1, Result=10, Priority=0.1

See your new priority-based order? You do Task 3 first, Task 2 second, and Task 1 last–if at all.

Great advice, Jim
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'Policies should prohibit officers from destroying recording devices or cameras and deleting recordings or photographs under any circumstances. In addition to violating the First Amendment, police officers violate the core requirements of the Fourteenth Amendment procedural due process clause when they irrevocably deprived individuals of their recordings without first providing notice and an opportunity to object.'
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Publicize, write, research, manage, and enable teams.
Employment
  • MediaFirst
    PR & Inbound Marketing 770.642.2080, present
  • IBM
  • Scientific-Atlanta
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Earth (the planet) often near Atlanta
Previously
Previously CLE & LXE - North America - Asia, mostly in Thailand - Europe, mostly in the UK
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Guy from Earth, Marketing Strategist, Technologist, Advocate for Good
Introduction
Guy from Earth. Global technology evangelist. Creator of opportunity and customers. Writer, deal-maker, engineer, speaker, and enabler of multi-cultural, multi-national teams.  Early adopter. Dangerously technical. Interested in semantic Web, social media, blogging, CMS/blog engines, quality, and everything tech. Enjoy speedy, W3C-complaint Web sites. Proponent of the Open Web, and Internet Freedom, transparency, and liberty. Advocate for good.

In sales and business development, I identify key decision-makers and lead teams to sales and partnership in telecom, cable, new media, & computing.  Conceive, structure, and win large, complex deals.

MediaFirst creates awareness for technology firms in their niche. The media trust us to deliver clients for interviews that address current industry trends and issues. We demonstrate how your firm is firing on all cylinders with compelling value propositions, impressive management, large markets, and the ability to execute. Our tactics expand audiences, generate leads, attract investors, and solidify success. Select MediaFirst while looking toward growth, funding, IPO, acquisition and exit.
Call my mobile 404.788.0188
Email me at Jim [at] MediaFirst [dot] net
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Still play soccer, some lacrosse and occasionally rugby. Managed sales and sold in more than 20 countries, where I was a speaker to audiences of more than 1000 and at director-level, executive, technical, and marketing briefings.
Education
  • Case Western Reserve University
  • The College of Wooster
  • Hawken School
  • Roxboro Elementary
  • Happy Day Nursery School
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