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Is Everthing OK With You? Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 164

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This week’s reflection point: A client of mine used to be a prolific publisher of great content, which she shared through a variety of media platforms with her audience. Probably due to a significant increase in her business she stopped sending out her newsletters. I got a call from another client who was concerned that something has happened to the client who had stopped sending …

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The Almost Credible Web Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 163

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This week’s refection point: The amount of fraud that takes place on the web is mindboggling. Here are a few examples: Receiving phishing emails from various financial institutions that look authentic and lure the recipient to click and enter their confidential information, only to find out that their identity has been compromised or stolen. Spam emails that promise amazing investment opportunities that guarantee your future …

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What resonated with you most? Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 162

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This week’s reflection point: I love getting your feedback after sending out our weekly newsletters or brand new bimonthly digital magazine; not only is it great to receive but it especially helps me calibrate my thinking, focus and ideas for future content creation. I used to reply to such feedback with a simple “thank you for your note and I greatly appreciate it.” Yet in …

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Amazing Words, Remarkable Outcome Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 161

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Reflection Point: What would you say is one of the key differences between a mundane experience and a memorable one? I believe that words have the awesome power to create such a distinction. There is a video on YouTube showcasing the late Steve Jobs during one of Apple’s product announcement keynotes. The typical three-hour video was reduced to less than two minutes to demonstrate the …

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