Whatever Happened to Hard Hat SEO

Forever ago, I came across a blog post that used the phrase "Hard Hat SEO." I've gone looking for that piece a few times. There's an abandoned URL and LinkedIn profile, but not the post. I always love that phrase - Hard Hat SEO. The author says, "I'm not a black hat; I'm not a …

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Places to Eat Visiting The Carrollton New Orleans, Assisted Living

The Carrollton offers its own dining options, including the La Colonnade Dining Room and the Ben Franklin Bar & Bistro. The lists below are ordered with my personal favorites first. Breakfast near The Carrollton Satsuma Café Uptown Satsuma Café is a breakfast and lunch café that offers a delightful experience. Satsuma prides itself on freshness …

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A 3-day Itinerary for New Orleans from ChatGPT

Prompt: propose a 3 day itinerary for New Orleans Day 1: Explore the French Quarter and visit popular landmarks like Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral Walk along Bourbon Street for unique shopping and dining experiences Visit the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) Take a riverboat tour on the Mississippi River for a view …

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Closing the loop on my cardiologist post on Thanksgiving

I wanted to follow up the post I published on Thanksgiving. I was able to convince my cardiologist I didn't need another angiogram. He was unaware of a follow-up my former doc had done in 2017. I wan't, however, able to escape without more drugs. The conspiracy theorist in my is sure that the ever-lowering …

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Today I’m Thankful That What Doesn’t Kill Us Makes Us Stronger

This morning I sat down to work on my race reports from the New Roads Triathlon Festival, which is very late, and Ironman Florida, only a little late, and I started thinking about yesterday.

Yesterday I had an Echo Stress Test. It’s a redo of the one I had a year ago.

I’ll get those race reports finished, but first I want to talk about my stress test. Just thinking about it makes me sad, frustrated, and angry

Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four hours sharpening the axe.

Getting Things Done and Sharpening The Saw

Sometimes one has to do as much work, or more, preparing as they do executing.At Search Influence, we follow a business operating system based on Scaling Up from Verne Harnish. Within that system is the setting of annual initiatives. Ours typically follow the Four Decisions outlined in the book.For our "People" Initiative, which I am …

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2020 New Orleans City Business Best Places to Work

This is a brief post about the New Orleans City Business Best Places to Work annual award. New Orleans City Business, like many city business journals offers a number of awards and recognitions for the local business community. The New Orleans City Business Best Places to Work is a list of New Orleans Businesses who …

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OPDEC New Orleans District A #202 Will Scott – Candidate

A friend recommended that I run for Orleans Parish Democratic Executive Committee. After she explained what it was I said "sure. That seems like a great way to get involved in local politics." I am sending this letter, by hand-delivery to many of my neighbors within walking distance. I've got 500 envelopes, so hopefully that …

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