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What’s Your Developmental Path? – Part 3 Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 199

oct26-2016

Today is the third and final part in the series reflecting on my recent take-away from my developmental experiences. Here are the latest insights I’d like to share with you: Are you thinking big enough? To answer this question, consider answering and evaluating the following: Are you doing something outside your comfort zone that even scares you? Are you living and leading an amazing life? …

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What’s Your Developmental Path? – Part 2 Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 198

oct19-2016

Last week I shared with you some of the key learning highlights from my recent developmental experiences. I received great feedback and requests to continue this series. Here are additional insights to share with you this week: We rarely know the struggles others face and often fall into the trap of believing that we are the only one going through struggles. This is not only …

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What’s Your Developmental Path? – Part 1 Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 197

oct12-2016

I’ve recently participated in several learning and developmental experiences, which have been profound. Here are some of the highlights I would like to share with you: We all have our distinct and remarkable capabilities that we often take for granted yet others are astounded by these abilities. Have you identified yours? One of my passions is in helping others pull great content out of their …

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What’s Your Next Challenge? Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 196

oct5-2016

I love taking on new challenges. In fact, I’m a firm believer that when we face challenges, we dramatically improve ourselves, in both our professional and personal lives. But not everyone seems to agree. I frequently come across entrepreneurs, consultants, and other individuals who avoid challenges like the plague. They’re content with the status quo, resigned to being “just good enough,” and reluctant to take …

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