The Spirited Speaker

A former Navy deep sea diver, Jon J. Cardwell is a business leader, experienced copywriter and bestselling author. He is active as a life coach, business consultant and publishing authority, helping others achieve their goals and fulfill their dreams. He has narrowed his focus in business to create one company from several, Spec Ops Marketing. He is "The Concierge of Biblical Christianity" as well as the “Spirited Speaker with Compelling Insights” who is sought for speaking engagements in ministry, military, marketing and mogo-on-the-g’go-go.

The Road

The Road Review

The Road by Cormac McCarthy: a Book Review by Jon J. Cardwell “You forget what you want to remember and you remember what you want to forget.” —p.11, Location 113, The Road, Kindle Edition My friend, P. K. Vandcast wrote this in a GoodReads review about THE ROAD: “For a…

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Marketing Integrity

Integrity: Marketing Strategy for Your Business Integrity is a marketing must. A marketing strategy without integrity is a recipe for failure. Honesty, veracity, sincerity and authenticity are essential in sales and marketing— today more than ever. This doesn’t mean you have to be austere or lifeless, however. Hey, if it’s not…

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Digital Business 2016

Digital Marketing Trends

Digital Marketing Trends for Your Business Growth & Success in 2016 The end of the year is fast upon us. It’s only natural to anticipate the digital marketing trends for the coming year. These days, we’ve got to stay current since technology is advancing at the speed of thought.  Even…

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Adventure in Fascination

Fascinating? Or Major Fail? How to Fascinate Others and Avoid the Cliché Trap! Has Your LinkedIn Profile Lost Its Luster? In January 2015, Catherine Fisher wrote a blog post for LI apprising us of the 10 most overused, overwhelming buzzwords on a LinkedIn profile, especially as it relates to your…

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The Power of Self-Publishing

John Steinbeck

Self-Publishing: With Power to Promote More Business! “The profession of book writing makes horse racing seem like a solid, stable business.” John Steinbeck It was true then. It’s true now. This hasn’t really changed since the Nobel Prize winning author first made the statement in Newsweek on December 24, 1962.…

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