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DMA Portland Reviews Getting a Job and Getting the Job Done

DMA Portland reviews how some people get great careers. Management at DMA Portland reviews what it takes to not only get a job, but get the job done in relation to your professional goals in this post.

DMA Portland Reviews the ‘Success’ Dilemma

To really achieve what you want in life, is all up to you. You need more than just good intentions. Everyone has those. What is going to separate you from everyone else who is merely ‘interested’ in being successful? Why are you so special? Are you even interested in being successful or are all of those people who are, that much closer to success than you?

Is wanting to achieve success bad? Is it egotistical?

The fact is, it is human nature to want more, to desire more, to achieve more, to be recognized for doing more, etc. It’s normal…and it’s OK. Many of the world’s religions have a strong belief in prosperity and abundance. Therefore, it is not necessarily a bad thing to desire more. In my opinion, it IS a bad thing if you were give up on your desire to achieve greater things.

How do you feel about success and what are you going to do about it? Do you merely have good intentions?

DMA Portland Reviews ‘Intentions’

DMA Portland ReviewsIn the next part of this post, DMA Portland reviews the difference between intentions and commitment. Which one do you think will have a bigger affect on your achievement of your goals?

Whatever you want…or don’t want…in your life is ultimately up to you. Not too many of us get a guide that points out how to get what we want. You’ll ultimately have to come up with a list, but you’ll need more than that. You’ll need a commitment to achieve the items on that list. Intentions are great, but there is no follow through or accountability. For instance, most people don’t read past the first chapter in any given book that they purchase. Here’s how it goes…

They start off with good intentions. They think that it would be great to gain the knowledge of the book, or experience the author’s great storytelling. They purchase the book, usually right around $20. Once they get home with their book, they usually set it aside and ‘get around to it’ when they have some free time. When they do finally find the time, they will rarely find the time again. Most people quit reading after the first chapter.

Isn’t that crazy!? Just think of how many books you have and how many of them you have actually read front to back. You may be in the minority and have read every book that you own from cover to cover. However, most people do not.

Scroll Down to See a Video on Setting Yourself Up for Success

So, before achieving any degree of success in gaining meaningful employment, you must start off with much more than just ‘intentions.’ You must seek out your career with a sense of urgency and a commitment to further your career. You have to begin with the end in mind. Know what you want and be committed to achieving those results. Don’t just be interested, be committed. Don’t just have an intention, have a sense of urgency.

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DMA Portland Reviews ‘Identifying Your Needs’

Everyone wants different things in their job, career, or profession. DMA Portland reviews cover letters all of the time stating how great a person is for a job. This is simply just an interest or intent. We don’t know if they are a good fit. They don’t know if they are a good fit. What makes a great fit anyway? Well, that’s ultimately up to you. In my opinion, you must begin with the end in mind. Scroll down to see the video. I interview people all of the time who are looking for the following things…

  • Security
  • Freedom
  • Medical Benefits
  • Rewards
  • Growth
  • Atmosphere
  • Training
  • Money
  • Opportunity for Advancement

Some people say some off-the-wall things, but the aforementioned bullet points fall into the majority of what people are looking for these days.

It’s pretty easy to make a list, but now you must prioritize that list. You have to find out what’s really important to you and your job search. Don’t worry, there’s an easy way to do this. First, just cross one thing off of the list. If you had to choose one thing to sacrifice, what would it be? Then repeat until you have an idea of your core needs (just one or two things).

After you have your core needs, you will be less likely to be unhappy with your chosen career path if you look for those things during your initial job search. Furthermore, identifying what is important to you will help you reach your career goals quicker. You will be less likely to veer off of the path to your goals if you know your core values and needs. You be less likely to give up on yourself. The griping and complaints will come less frequently if you know that what you are doing is in line with you ultimate goal.

Another way to illustrate this is to ‘begin with the end in mind,’ according to Dr. Steven Covey’s ‘7 Habits of Highly Effective People’

DMA Portland Oregon Reviews the Application

So, where do you start? DMA Portland reviews the candidacy of all of our entry level prospective employees based on work ethic, communication skills, integrity, professionalism, and attitude. All of these qualities must be present for consideration. Can DMA Portland offer YOU what you’re looking for in a job or career opportunity? That ultimately is up to what you have as your core list of needs. Are you looking for freedom? Are you looking for an exciting growth opportunity? If so, we may just have the right career path for you.

Thank you for reading DMA Portland Reviews Getting a Job and Getting the Job Done.

Be sure to visit dmaportland.com for more information on DMA Portland jobs or reviews of our training processes and company expansion initiatives.

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DMA Portland…Who is DMA Portland?

DMA Portland – What Kind of Company is DMA Portland?

DMA Portland reviews companies’ current marketing strategies and implements new and effective channels. DMA Portland implements several different methods of new customer acquisition, promotional marketing, and customer retention. DMA Portland, Portland Oregon, is a results-oriented oriented company delivering unprecedented return on investment to its clients.

What Does DMA Portland Do?

DMA Portland services clients in industries of telecom, digital entertainment, and business supplies. DMA Portland provides direct representation for these companies. DMA Portland was initially founded in Portland, Oregon in October of 2010 and since then, has expanded to over twenty-five employees. At present, the company now oversees the development of six different sales and marketing campaigns.

Where is the Company Headed?

In the upcoming months, DMA Portland will review several more expansion options. As the company continues to develop its employees into executive management, DMA Portland continually becomes more equipped to service more clients in more markets.

DMA Portland looks forward to continual success and expansion throughout 2013 and into next year. With several companies down-sizing and in a decade with record layoffs, the company shows a promising future.

As the company continues to expand and gain more clients, this necessitates a need for continual upward mobility for DMA Portland ‘s employees. For more information regarding DMA Portland’s advancement structure, please visit dmaportland.com.

DMA Portland Company Culture

DMA Portland continually raises the bar in results through an effective 3-step interview processes, world-class training of new hires, and ongoing mentoring and coaching of all company employees.

With numerous nominations and awards in the last couple of years, including being nominated for “National 101 Best and Brightest Companies To Work For,” company employees share in the passion for excellence in the sales and marketing arena.

DMA Portland is focused on developing and mentoring it’s top performers into a management capacity in a short period of time. The company takes pride in its commitment to excellence and is not willing to take any shortcuts to hit its goals.

The company only employs goal oriented and ambitious individuals with a desire to learn new skills that can potentially launch their careers within DMA Portland into executive management. Therefore, the company only attracts top talent. The credibility of the company can be found in its results. DMA Portland has landed three national companies in the last few years and continues to expand.

For more information regarding career opportunities at DMA Portland, please refer to our main website at dmaportland.com or feel free to leave a comment below.

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DMA Portland: Think Small!

Thinking small will change your life.

Let me explain.

Many of us have grand, elaborate visions. We have big dreams that we visualize. We want to change the world. We want to write bestsellers. We want to be super heroes. We want to end world hunger. We want to make millions.

We make all sorts of plans to take big actions.

Often those big actions never happen.

The big mistake is thinking that small action steps won’t make a difference.

It won’t matter if I miss the gym today.

Eating one doughnut won’t make me fat today.

One phone call won’t make me successful.

Spending $50 won’t affect my debt.

One lie won’t really make a difference in my relationship.

Not writing a page of my book today won’t harm.

Yet it’s those tiny action steps compounded over time that are the difference between success and failure. Those tiny things that you do when no one is watching has tremendous impact.

It’s not the big things you do once in a while, it’s the small things you do consistently that make the difference.

It might not seem to make a difference in the moment. But it is the series of moments that lead to the fulfillment of your destiny.. or not. The more consistent action you take, the luckier you might seem to get. Luck favors those that are consistent.

Rather than waiting to do your entire master plan, or take the massive action.

Think small.

That’s right. Think small.

The key is to take ONE action step in the direction of your dreams no matter how small it is.The first step in front of you is the best action step you can take. The power to your dreams is in the first step. The first step is often the hardest step to take, but the most powerful. And many of us do not take it.

Throw away your elaborate plans.

One small action step in the direction of your dreams is more powerful than any BEST big plan with no action. The first step may not be the most sexy or glamorous – picking up the phone, going to the gym, running one mile, sending an email, cleaning your desk, saying “I’m sorry.”

But it is the first step, which leads to the next step, and the momentum builds and you’ve taken 1,000 steps before you know it. In the fulfillment of your vision there aren’t 10,000 steps, there’s just ONE step… one step over and over and over again.

Many people sit around and wait. Waiting for the perfect sign, the perfect person, the perfect moment, the perfect tarot card… waiting is a waste of precious now. Waiting will get you no where unless waiting is the necessary step in front of you now. All the time you are waiting you could be taking action and moving towards manifesting your vision.

Stop waiting for stars to align. Stop waiting to do it perfectly. Stop waiting until you know everything you think you need to know. Stop waiting until you have healed yourself completely and become like Buddha.

Simply, start where you are, exactly as you are. Take the small action in front of you now and before you know it, you will be living the dream that you were dreaming about. And the dream will no longer be a dream but reality.

Size does matter.

Think small.

Act now.

-Kute Blackson

DMA Portland: Quote of the Day!

“See if you can catch yourself complaining in either speech or thought, about a situation you find yourself in, what other people do or say, your surroundings, your life situation, even the weather. To complain is always nonacceptance of what is. It invariably carries an unconscious negative charge. When you complain, you make yourself a victim. Leave the situation or accept it. All else is madness.”

– Eckhart Tolle, German born best-selling author.

DMA Portland: Quote of the Day!

“According to A Course in Miracles, there are only two basic emotions: one is fear, the other is love. You may fear the disapproval of others. Take that risk and you’ll discover that you receive more approval when you don’t seek it than when you do. You may fear the unknown. Take that risk as well. Wander in there, asking yourself, “What is the worst thing that can happen if this doesn’t work out?” The truth is that you will just move beyond it. You’re not going to starve to death or be tortured if it doesn’t work out… Fear knocked at the door. Love answered and no one was there.”


– Wayne Dyer, page 29 from his book “10 Secrets for Success and Inner Peace.” Dyer is a popular American self-help advocate, author and lecturer.

DMA Portland: Quote of the Day!

Change happens one day, one moment, one step at a time. It’s 10,000 small steps that add up to a big leap.

The good news is that all you need to do right now is take one step. The tough news is that there’s a BUNCH of these small steps that you need to take to make the transformation you are dreaming about a reality.


It’s not the best news in the world, but what’s rad is that all you need to do is focus on the next step. Not the third step, or the 100th step, just the next one.

Life is all about just putting one foot in front of the other and taking that step. That step is what it’s all about it. The NEXT one. I’m all about just doing the next step.
Mastin Kipp

DMA Portland: Quote of the Day!

“See if you can catch yourself complaining in either speech or thought, about a situation you find yourself in, what other people do or say, your surroundings, your life situation, even the weather. To complain is always nonacceptance of what is. It invariably carries an unconscious negative charge. When you complain, you make yourself a victim. Leave the situation or accept it. All else is madness.”

– Eckhart Tolle, German born best-selling author.