Posts Tagged jimcarswell.com


What is Your Personal Identity? Do You have more Than One?

In June of 2013, I attended two seminal courses. The first was the Practitioner’s course in NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), TLT (Time Line Therapy) and Hypnosis. Eight days later, I attended the longer, more detailed and comprehensive Master Practitioner’s course. I was officially certified by the US Certification boards to practice these disciplines with people. […]

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What’s New in Internet Marketing? <=> WP JetPack <=> WP Silo Sites <=> Resultant SEO

Since rejoining Internet Marketing this past February, I have been gradually extending my understanding and skills. In the last few days, I have set up several new WordPress sites using WP 3.9.1. Now sites on WordPress.com, have always had quite extended properties such as a whole series of auto-loaded plugins which don’t take up much […]

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Where Did the Last Year Go?

In January 2013, I went to an event by Almine. At the end of the event, I literally felt “cracked open” – a positive state. I left there with a great sense of urgency to change my life, drastically if necessary. At age 70, it was clear that I needed to move quickly if I […]

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What Now?

Or maybe it should be “Now What?”!!! Having been working in Internet Marketing for more than 3 years with very minor success, I have finally made a breakthrough. The psychological breakthrough occurred in a spiritual/self-development workshop about 3 weeks ago. Since then, new directions have been unfolding rapidly. I live outside Toronto in Whitby, Ontario. […]

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Google Sniper 2.0 and George Brown

This post will be edited over the next few days and become the start of a series of posts, essentially an extended review of George Brown’s Google Sniper 2.0 as I learn to use it and see just how effective it is {or perhaps, isn’t!}. Nonetheless, I have had a few years of experience with […]

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WordPress, Themes, WP Plugins and SΩCRATES

When I returned to posting here on April 1st after a long absence, both WordPress and my Socrates theme versions were quite out of date. Surprisingly enough, by first upgrading WordPress and then Socrates, there was only one minor glitch which disappeared almost spontaneously after re-saving some settings. Later, I looked at the installed plugins […]

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