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John Rampton


Draper, UT

Member Since January 2014


Content Marketing
Business Development & Partnerships


Super Power = Online Growth | Unicorn Builder Hey, my name is John Rampton. I live to grow companies online. I have built (with an amazing team) over 4 unicorns over the past 10 years with over $18 billion in online revenue directly attributed to my teams. John was recently the "Top Online Influencer in the World" by Entrepreneur Magazine. Time Magazine recognized John as a motivations speaker that helps people find a "Sense of Meaning" in their lives. He currently advises and manages several companies about their growth strategies. John has a philosophy in his life and business: 1 in every 10 people you help will help you back. 1 in every 100 people you help will turn into a financial relationship. 1 in every 1000 people you help will turn into a multi-million dollar relationship over time. This means that you need to help 3 people a day and you'll be on your way to building a multi-million dollar relationship. When we talk about helping people, this means completely helping people without wanting anything in return. Helping brings joy. Helping has proved to be the most successful driver of business that I've ever seen.

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expert panel

Feb 28, 2024

expert panel

Feb 28, 2024

3 Recruitment Tactics To Attract The Best Employees In 2024


You don’t have to throw out recruitment tactics that are working for you. Still, you should resolve to shake things up in the new year.

How to Increase Employee Engagement in 2024


What motivates each of your staff members is going to be as unique as they are. At the same time, there are common threads you can use to improve engagement.

Three Reasons Why It’s Crucial For Leaders To Be Lifelong Learners


Leaders learn throughout their lives, and great leaders make a commitment to doing so.

Company details


Company bio

The next evolution of the calendar experience. Over the past 10 years, our lives have become more complex. Everyone is busy, and we carry our time-crunched schedules like badges of honor. People are moving faster than ever before — which means we’re not slowing down enough to determine whether the way we’re spending our time reflects our values.



Company size

2 - 10