Vic Clevenger

The Chimney Cartel – A place of purpose

Like many school age kids, I hated school. At least this is what I told people when the subject came up. But in reality, I enjoyed many aspects of school. I enjoyed going to school although I didn’t appreciate the time I had to get up to get there. I enjoyed hanging out with my friends and the fun we had, I even enjoyed some of my teachers along with the classes they taught. I enjoyed English class even when we had to diagram sentences or read a literature piece in front of class. I enjoyed my shop class, small engine repair and auto mechanics classes, where I got my hands on something to work with. I even like the reading assignments where I had to read McBeth, not to mention being introduced to Poe and Hemingway.

However, in school I learned so much more than just the “Three R’s.” I learned to get goals accomplished it begins by rising early. I learned how to interact with my peers as well as my superiors (my teachers). Looking back I can see the course of my career was being laid out early on because what I enjoyed is still what I do today, like writing (thus this blog), reading and speaking. As I’ve gotten order I’ve taken a side road here and there on my life’s journey but it I always find my way back to writing, teaching, and speaking. Which brings me to the Chimney Cartel.

A Place to Teach

I’ve been fortunate learn cooking from the school of Mom’s kitchen as well as hang out with world champion Pitmasters. They have taken me in teaching me tricks and tips elevating my skills to a whole different level. This has allowed me to win more contests (finishing Top 10 at the World Food Championships) and more food fans in my neighborhood when I have a dinner party. So when I began the Chimney Cartel as a joke, I soon began to realize this could be a place where cooks can me a mentor to others. So now days, I take the time to teach others how they can be a better cook in their sphere of influence.

A Place to Learn

A great teacher never knows it all but always seeks to try. What this quote is alluding to is in order to be a better teacher, you never stop being a student. I was watching a buddy of mine the other day teach a class on prepping ribs and just when I thought I was doing ok wit this piece of meat, Eric taught me something new. Sometimes what you learn is small or it can be life changing. Another aspect I decided would be a part of the Chimney Cartel would be learning. Not only are tips and tricks shared but questions can also be asked without feeling stupid. In my years of teaching this is the one constant, students are afraid of asking a stupid question. In the Chimney Cartel, when it comes to wanting to learn, there are no stupid questions.

A Place to Have Fun

The one thing I remember about school is the fun I had being there. Don’t get me wrong, some of the classes where soooo boring and when I would get in trouble, this wasn’t much fun. But overall, I had a blast at school. I enjoyed some of my classes but most of all I enjoyed hanging out with my friends telling stories, skipping an occasional class and the football games. This is the what I am hoping the Chimney Cartel becomes as well. A place where it’s fun when we hang out not only at competitions but even here in the cyber world. If anyone knows anything about me is, if I’m not having fun doing something, I don’t want to do it. This is not the case with the Chimney Cartel, this is the place we all can joke and enjoy our common ground, cooking especially over a live fire.

This once a joke of a title will now have purpose as we seek to teach and learn from one another all while having a blast doing it.

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    Lure them down the page. The faster they get pulled down, the
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    and after that promoted it in a post. “Newsjacking” is a label
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    Therefore their post enters multiple instructions, leaving readers feeling lightheaded,
    baffled and disoriented. And then they try to create a headline that embraces all that insanity.|
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    Prior to you understand it, you’ll know them so intimately they’ll feel
    like you read their minds, and your headings will show that.

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    The infographic post serves a comparable function as
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    attempt to create a headline that embraces all that insanity.|
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    Want your post to get opened? Then your heading should guarantee readers
    the really response to whatever is torturing them.|
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    Keep the advantage particular and narrow, and readers will
    feel compelled to click and get the service to what’s pestering them.
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    You have one obligation as a blogger yup, just one.|
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    know it, you’ll understand them so totally they’ll seem like you read their minds, and your
    headlines will show that. Let’s say you’re in the self-improvement
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    turned our business’s” Culture Code “into a Slideshare discussion that anybody can check
    out and take lessons from, and after that promoted
    it in a post. “Newsjacking” is a nickname for” hijacking” your blog to break essential
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    no lesser to Houzz’s audience. The infographic post serves a similar function as the Slideshare post the fourth example,
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    Without a headline, they have no roadmap to follow.
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    And then they try to develop a headline that accepts all that madness.|
    Your headline will be your map, your composing navigation system, letting you know which literary roadways to pick and which to prevent so
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    effectively as possible. Want your post to get opened?
    Then your heading needs to promise readers the
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    Keep the advantage specific and narrow, and readers will feel forced
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    How do you discover what’s bugging your readers? How
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    Check out the evaluations of books in your specific niche on Amazon (you’ll find a gold mine of
    feedback to explore). You have one responsibility as a blog writer yup, just one.|
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    Prior to you understand it, you’ll know them so thoroughly they’ll feel like you read their minds, and your headlines will show that.

    Let’s state you remain in the self-improvement
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    their message out there to the people who are searching
    for it. Need some Slideshare ideas? In the example above, we
    turned our company’s” Culture Code “into a Slideshare discussion that
    anybody can look through and take lessons from, and then promoted it in a post.
    “Newsjacking” is a label for” hijacking” your blog site to break crucial news related to
    your market. The newsjack example above was published by
    Houzz, a home design merchant and interior decoration resource, about a brand-new mobile app
    that introduced simply for interior designers.
    Houzz didn’t introduce the app, however the news of its launching is no less crucial to
    Houzz’s audience. The infographic post serves a comparable function as the Slideshare post the fourth example, described above in that it
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    goes in multiple directions, leaving readers feeling woozy, baffled and disoriented.

    And then they try to create a heading that embraces all that insanity.|
    Your headline will be your map, your writing navigation system, letting you
    know which literary roadways to choose and which to prevent so that readers reach the designated destination as quickly and effectively as possible.
    Want your blog post to get opened? Then your heading should
    guarantee readers the extremely solution to whatever is
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    Tempt them down the page. The faster they get taken down, the more
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    When we compose, our sensations leak into our words.|
    Tempt them down the page. The faster they get taken down, the
    more committed they’ll feel. A lot of bumps in the road early
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    readers down the page: Sort of like how I opened this section.|
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    The very best writers, like the finest music authors,
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    The feedback I obtained from readers was that they felt the same strength,
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    You want your introduction’s speed and beat to be somewhat fast.

    You can slow things down later on. How do you accomplish this?
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    He then appropriately slows things down in the section that follows with longer sentences.

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    the post is dealing with? What is the worst-case situation?
    Bring those worries to the surface.

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    shed some tears as I composed the intro. The feedback
    I got from readers was that they felt the very same intensity, and even sobbed too.
    When we compose, our sensations seep into our words.|
    Draw them down the page. The faster they get pulled down, the more committed they’ll feel.
    Too many bumps in the roadway early on, and off track they go, never ever to return. Here are 3 copywriting pointers to use in your introductions to draw readers
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    Make each sentence and paragraph lure readers into the one
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    Are things progressing efficiently or stalling? The
    very best writers, like the best music authors, take readers on a journey.
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    Shane Arthur sends readers’ eyes flying down the page by utilizing crisp sentences and short paragraphs
    to create a fast rhythm: You’re not foolish.

    You know what writing is really about. It’s a never-ending fight for
    your readers’ attention. Every sentence is a link in a taut chain that links your heading to your conclusion.|
    He then appropriately slows things down in the area that follows
    with longer sentences. A masterful composition! Want readers asking for your services?
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    definitely shed some tears as I composed the introduction. The feedback I obtained from readers was that they felt the exact same strength, and even sobbed too.
    When we compose, our feelings seep into our words.|
    Entice them down the page. The faster they
    get pulled down, the more dedicated they’ll feel. A lot of bumps in the road early on, and off track they go, never ever to return. Here are 3 copywriting tips to use in your introductions to
    entice readers down the page: Type of like how I opened this area.|
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  137. “I’ll hold you for as long as it takes.” I felt that yearning extremely and definitely shed some tears
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    the same intensity, and even wept also. When we write, our sensations leak into our words.|
    Entice them down the page. The faster they get pulled down, the more dedicated they’ll feel.

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  138. “I’ll hold you for as long as it takes.” I felt that longing intensely and absolutely shed some tears as I wrote the introduction. The feedback I got from readers was that they felt the same intensity, and even cried too.
    When we write, our feelings leak into our words.|
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  139. “I’ll hold you for as long as it takes.” I felt that longing intensely and absolutely shed some tears as I composed the intro.

    The feedback I obtained from readers was that they
    felt the exact same strength, and even wept as well.
    When we write, our feelings leak into our words.|
    Draw them down the page. The faster they get pulled down, the
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    Make each sentence and paragraph lure readers into the one
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    Are things progressing smoothly or stalling?
    The very best authors, like the best music composers, take readers on a journey.
    Quick and sluggish, loud and soft, seriousness and
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    Shane Arthur sends readers’ eyes flying down the page by using crisp sentences and
    brief paragraphs to produce a quick rhythm: You’re not silly.
    You understand what writing is really about. It’s a perpetual battle for your readers’
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    Subheadings are your chance to prove to readers that your material holds worth.|
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    experience feel clear, simple and satisfying. And never ever
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    Labels are tiring. Treat your subheads like mini-headlines and make certain they invoke curiosity.|
    If you do, readers will feel no obsession to read the rest of your text.

    Do not attempt to be too smart. Readers don’t like to play guessing video
    games. Including interest should never ever come at the cost of clarity.
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  151. “I’ll hold you for as long as it takes.” I felt that longing extremely and absolutely shed some tears
    as I composed the introduction. The feedback I obtained from readers was that they
    felt the very same strength, and even cried as well.
    When we compose, our feelings permeate into our words.|
    Tempt them down the page. The faster they get taken down, the more
    dedicated they’ll feel. A lot of bumps in the road early on, and off track they go, never to return. Here are 3
    copywriting suggestions to utilize in your intros to tempt readers down the page: Sort of
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    It’s a copywriting method proven to pull readers in.
    Start a post with a long clunky paragraph and they’ll feel exhausted just looking at it.

    Slash as numerous words as possible. If the very first draft of your introduction is 200 words,
    try sufficing down to 100. The more you practice this, the more efficient your blog composing ends up being.|
    That power will grab your readers. All writing has a speed
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    pieces (absolutely okay). Make your paragraphs no more than one to three sentences long.|
    Make each sentence and paragraph lure readers into the one that follows.
    Check out the post aloud to inspect the flow. Are things moving on efficiently or stalling?
    The very best writers, like the best music authors, take readers
    on a journey. Quick and sluggish, loud and soft, seriousness and ease.|
    Shane Arthur sends readers’ eyes flying down the page by using crisp sentences and short paragraphs to produce a
    fast rhythm: You’re not dumb. You know what writing
    is truly about. It’s a never-ending fight for your readers’ attention. Every sentence is a link in a taut chain that links your
    headline to your conclusion.|
    He then appropriately slows things down in the area that follows with longer
    sentences. A masterful composition! Want readers asking for your solutions?
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    Do they understand what will take place if they
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    What is the worst-case scenario? Bring those worries to the surface.

  152. “I’ll hold you for as long as it takes.” I felt that yearning intensely and certainly
    shed some tears as I wrote the intro. The feedback I got from readers was that they felt the same strength, and even sobbed also.
    When we compose, our sensations leak into our words.|
    Draw them down the page. The faster they get taken down, the more dedicated they’ll feel.
    A lot of bumps in the road early on, and off track they go, never ever to return.
    Here are three copywriting pointers to utilize in your intros to
    lure readers down the page: Type of like how I opened this section.|
    It’s a copywriting strategy proven to pull readers in. Start a post with a long cumbersome paragraph and they’ll feel tired
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    You want your introduction’s rate and beat to be somewhat fast.
    You can slow things down later. How do you accomplish this?
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    Make your paragraphs no greater than one to 3 sentences long.|
    Make each sentence and paragraph lure readers into the one that follows.

    Read the post out loud to examine the flow. Are things
    moving on smoothly or stalling? The finest authors, like the very best music
    composers, take readers on a journey. Quick and slow, loud and soft,
    urgency and ease.|
    Shane Arthur sends out readers’ eyes flying down the page
    by utilizing crisp sentences and brief paragraphs to create a quick rhythm:
    You’re not foolish. You understand what writing is truly about.
    It’s a perpetual fight for your readers’ attention. Every sentence is
    a link in a tight chain that connects your headline to your conclusion.|
    He then appropriately slows things down in the area that follows
    with longer sentences. A skillful structure! Want readers asking for your services?
    Add a little fear to your opening. What are readers anxious about?
    Do they know what will occur if they don’t solve the issue the post is attending to?
    What is the worst-case circumstance? Bring those fears to the surface area.

  153. “I’ll hold you for as long as it takes.” I felt that longing intensely
    and certainly shed some tears as I composed the intro.
    The feedback I got from readers was that they felt
    the very same strength, and even cried as well.
    When we compose, our sensations permeate into our words.|
    Entice them down the page. The faster they get taken down, the more
    dedicated they’ll feel. Too numerous bumps in the roadway early on, and off track they go,
    never to return. Here are 3 copywriting ideas to utilize in your intros to entice readers down the page: Kind
    of like how I opened this area.|
    It’s a copywriting method proven to pull readers in. Start a post
    with a long cumbersome paragraph and they’ll feel exhausted simply looking at it.
    Slash as many words as possible. If the initial draft of your
    intro is 200 words, attempt cutting it down to 100. The more you practice this,
    the more efficient your blog writing becomes.|
    That power will grab your readers. All writing
    has a speed and rhythm. You want your introduction’s rate and beat to
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    How do you attain this? Use brief sentences. Even sentence pieces (completely
    fine). Make your paragraphs no more than one to 3 sentences long.|
    Make each sentence and paragraph lure readers into the one that follows.
    Read the post aloud to check the flow. Are things moving on efficiently or stalling?

    The best writers, like the very best music composers, take readers on a journey.

    Quick and sluggish, loud and soft, urgency and
    ease.|
    Shane Arthur sends out readers’ eyes flying down the page by using
    crisp sentences and brief paragraphs to develop a fast rhythm:
    You’re not foolish. You understand what writing is truly
    about. It’s a continuous battle for your readers’ attention. Every sentence is a
    link in a tight chain that links your headline to your conclusion.|
    He then appropriately slows things down in the section that follows with longer
    sentences. A masterful structure! Want readers begging for your options?
    Include a little fear to your opening. What are readers worried about?
    Do they understand what will occur if they do not resolve the issue the post
    is resolving? What is the worst-case scenario?
    Bring those fears to the surface.

  154. “I’ll hold you for as long as it takes.” I felt that yearning intensely and certainly shed some tears as I wrote the introduction. The feedback I obtained from readers
    was that they felt the exact same intensity, and even wept as well.
    When we compose, our sensations seep into our words.|
    Lure them down the page. The faster they get taken down, the more committed they’ll feel.

    Too lots of bumps in the road early on, and off track they go, never
    to return. Here are three copywriting ideas to use in your intros to draw readers
    down the page: Sort of like how I opened
    this section.|
    It’s a copywriting technique proven to pull readers
    in. Start a post with a long clunky paragraph and they’ll
    feel exhausted simply looking at it. Slash as numerous words as
    possible. If the first draft of your intro is 200 words, try cutting
    it down to 100. The more you practice this, the more effective your blog site composing ends up being.|
    That power will get your readers. All writing has a pace and rhythm.
    You desire your intro’s rate and beat to be somewhat fast.
    You can slow things down later. How do you accomplish this?

    Use brief sentences. Even sentence fragments (totally okay).

    Make your paragraphs no greater than one to 3 sentences long.|
    Make each sentence and paragraph lure readers into the one that follows.
    Read the post out loud to check the circulation. Are things moving on smoothly
    or stalling? The best writers, like the very best music authors,
    take readers on a journey. Quick and slow, loud and soft, seriousness and ease.|
    Shane Arthur sends readers’ eyes flying down the page by utilizing crisp sentences and brief paragraphs
    to create a fast rhythm: You’re not dumb. You understand what writing is genuinely about.
    It’s a never-ending battle for your readers’ attention. Every sentence is a link in a tight chain that links your
    heading to your conclusion.|
    He then properly slows things down in the section that follows with longer sentences.

    A masterful composition! Want readers asking for your services?
    Add a little fear to your opening. What are readers concerned about?
    Do they understand what will happen if they do not fix the
    issue the post is resolving? What is the worst-case situation? Bring those fears to the surface area.

  155. “I’ll hold you for as long as it takes.” I felt
    that yearning extremely and definitely shed some tears as I wrote the introduction. The feedback I obtained from readers was that they
    felt the very same intensity, and even wept as well.
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    label for” hijacking” your blog site to break crucial news related to your market.
    The newsjack example above was released by Houzz, a
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    The very first 3 subheads start with an action verb advising readers what to do.|
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    Say your post is called “12 Ways to Cure Insomnia” and you have
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