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Our Amazing Hidden Opportunities Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 221

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I was just glancing at my calendar when I realized how each item listed provides me the opportunity to further my knowledge and learning, ability to impact others, while creating remarkable experiences and transformations for me and those I care about. Here is my recap by quickly reviewing one week on my calendar: Our clients need our help, advice, motivation and support more than we …

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Are You the Best Version of Yourself? Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 220

mar-22-2017

I often challenge myself, my clients and my family to improve and become a better version of who we all are. Here are my latest learnings, reflections and recognitions: Commit yourself to become the best of who you are in every aspect of life and business such as health, family, purpose, friendships spirituality, finance, education, adventure. The key to having a creative, productive and successful …

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Driving Traffic to Your Site Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 218

mar8-2017

One of the most popular questions we are asked is how to improve the traffic to the site. Below is a list I compiled to help you do exactly that: Identify and research your target audience, their preferences, challenges, desires, buying patterns and habits. Your content must be amazing and remarkable or it will fail to grab attention or produce results and will be perceived …

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Be There for Your Clients – When They Need You Most Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 217

mar1-2017

Have you ever sensed a change in a client’s mood, behavior, or tone of voice—where it seemed like something was just a bit off? As professionals, we’re conditioned to stay focused on business and avoid delving into the personal sphere with our clients. But ignoring the warning signs of a client who seems upset, sad, distracted, or troubled isn’t the right approach. Instead, you should …

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