John Rampton

Member Since 2014

John Rampton



Salt Lake City Area

Super Power = Online Growth | $400 Million in Online Sales in 2020 | 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.


  • Content Marketing
  • Business Development & Partnerships
  • Leadership


November 23rd, 2022

Running Multiple Side Hustles? 11 Tips to Stay Organized and Efficient

November 22nd, 2022

3 Ways Leaders Can Promote Trust Among Their Team

Leaders need to invest the time, energy and resources necessary to build trust among the members of their team. That support can foster teams that produce results for brands time and time again.

October 25th, 2022

How Leaders Can Prioritize Company Culture When Hiring

Prospective employees aren’t just looking for the biggest salary and most generous benefits package.

September 27th, 2022

3 Ways To Use Employee Feedback To Improve Leadership

While there are several ways for managers to perfect their skills, employee feedback reveals how their behaviors influence the team.



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