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The Power of Testimonials Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 108

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This week’s reflection point: One of the recurring discussions I often have with my clients is all about testimonials. They are critical to create and increase your credibility and demonstrate your track record of success. The more testimonials you have the more impactful they are. I encourage you to solicit them actively and continuously and make sure they focus on describing the impact you have …

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How Influential Are You? Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 107

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This week’s reflection point: One of the interesting phenomena manifesting itself through the social media platforms is the attempt to measure one’s virtual influence through a score provided by an online tool called Klout. This tool provides an individualized score from 0 to 100, based on one’s activities, connections, conversations and popularity on the web. The higher the score, the more popular one supposedly is. …

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Thought-Provoking Conversations Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 106

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This week’s reflection point: Earlier today, I had a terrific conversation with Dan Pink, NYT and WSJ bestselling author of books I highly recommend: To Sell is Human, Drive and A Whole New World. Dan is our featured VIP guest for our new electronic magazine, which is scheduled to debut in conjunction with the upcoming launch of our new site for The Chad Barr Group. …

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Your Network Exponential Power Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 105

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This week’s reflection point: There is an amazing potential to grow your business within your existing network. Unfortunately, most don’t recognize this awesome power. So let me explain. Take a look at your immediate network that surrounds you: your clients, suppliers (or partners), friends, and associates (or colleagues). If each one of them provides you with a referral that leads to a business, that would …

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