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Too Much Information Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 38

This week’s reflection point: How often do you talk with individuals who seem to be in love with the sound of their own voice? They find it beneficial to share every fact known to them as they drone on and admire their own ideas. I love the use of the acronym TMI or Too Much Information. Unfortunately, it is often the recipient that suffers the …

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Crossed Signals and Near Misses Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 37

This week’s reflection point: This past Monday, my wife and I were traveling to Charleston from Orlando. We had a connection through Charlotte. The first leg of our journey began with a huge delay out of Orlando which was concerning since we knew we had only one hour between flights. As soon as we landed I checked my flight tracking which showed a one-hour delay …

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Extending Your Virtual Presence Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 36

This week’s reflection point: I just wrapped up enabling the technology to conduct a very successful live streaming event, In the Buyers Office, with Alan Weiss and Suzanne Bates. I’ve been a huge fan of this technology, while preaching its strategy for quite some time. Simply stated, this technology allows you to deliver live workshops and events over the Internet to as large an audience …

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My Poor Spelling

My close friends know that I often have the tendency to misspell the word voilà and instead use the word Viola. So here is my new license plate, courtesy of my good friend Phil Symchych.

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Amazing Content Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 35

This week’s reflection point: I’ve been known to use the phrase “amazing content” when referring to the kind of content we all need to create. Many of my clients ask me to further articulate what I mean by this phrase. So here we go. Amazing content: Intrigues the recipient to want to read, listen or watch. Is delivered with passion, enthusiasm and excitement. Causes the …

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