Most Profound Life and Business Lessons Learned from My Clients Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 265

In the past couple of weeks, I dedicated my weekly newsletter to sharing the profound life and business lessons I have learned from some of the remarkable men and women thought leaders. Today, I am going to dedicate my newsletter to the insights gained from some of my amazing clients:

Phil Symchych:

  • Full speed ahead!

Col. John Boggs:

  • True courage is having the mental quality that recognizes the fear of danger or criticism but enables a person to proceed in the face of it with calmness and confidence.

Becky Morgan:

  • Just because you can doesn’t mean you should. Always ask “Why?”

Dr. Alan Barnard:

  • Good people make and often repeat bad decisions for very good reasons.

Jeffrey Scott:

  • Grow your people, your leaders and your team and they will grow your company!

Susan Trivers:

  • Be sure that everything you’re willing to wait for is worth the wait.

Chris Ruisi:

  • Those who complain about a lack of success in their lives or careers have not yet made the choice to be successful. They’ve only made the choice to complain.

Dr. Tom Verghese:

  • Regardless of what model you use to give feedback, the key aspect is to ensure that you are giving feedback.

Kris Putnam-Walkerly:

  • Your chances of success are greater if you pick one thing you can impact and align your resources toward that goal.

Peter Holland:

  • Living in an age of social media with customer review sites ever more popular has meant companies and individuals can no longer provide poor service without it being made very public.

Remarkable insights from beautiful minds are all around us. We just need to better recognize and internalize them and then apply and take action.

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