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Developmental Experiences to Transform Your Business Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 112

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This week’s reflection point: I am here in Miami, Florida, meeting with our global growth circle (Suzanne Bates, Guido Quelle, Phil Symchych, Bart Sayle, Steven Gaffney, Chad Barr) facilitated by Alan Weiss. The essence of our meeting is to challenge ourselves to think bigger and to impact our lives and businesses and that of our clients. Here are some of the insights shared by our …

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10 Reasons for Powerful Interviews Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 111

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This week’s reflection point: I was just interviewed by Social Media and global influencer, Mitch Jackson. I enjoyed it immensely while answering Mitch’s provocative questions on life, business, cyber strategies and creating your global digital empire. I even managed to put Mitch on the spot towards the end of the interview. I conduct interviews as well and find them to be a powerful aspect of …

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The Power of Evolution Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 110

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This week’s reflection point: I’ve been saying for years that evolution is an awesome power and especially when it comes to your web presence and its content. An idea, when captured, may become a tweet. A collection of tweets may become an article. A collection of articles may become a book. A book may transform itself into multiple presentations and workshops. And all these concepts, …

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Aggregating or Plagiarizing? Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 109

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This week’s reflection point: A while back, in my Proper Attribution Please article, I shared with you the story of my daughter’s seminary sermon being plagiarized. There has been a trend, where individuals using their blogs and social media platforms, share content written by others. I don’t have an issue with this practice as long as proper attribution is given. If your objective is to …

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