Time for Breakthrough Changes Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 510

About 10 years ago, Laurel and I had the opportunity to travel to Barcelona, Spain as a brief, 5-day stopover on our way home from Israel. We explored many of the famous sites and creations by the famous Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudi, including the breathtaking La Sagrada Familia church. Another highlight was a trip to the Pablo Picasso Museum where we stood in awe at the works of art displayed throughout.

It was remarkable to see the different phases of Picasso’s work; from the intense and intricate Rembrandt like portraits of his early years which morphed into his blue phase, incorporating cubism and surrealism into his modern art. His crafts spanned many genres including prints, sculptures, and ceramics as well.

How amazing it was for us to see the transformation of Picasso’s creative style, his evolution and reinvention over the years. Each one more unique and often radically different from the previous period. He moved away from the norms and blazed a new path and direction for the art world to witness.

The questions I would like to pose to all of us:

  • What creative changes have we made in our business last year, and over the past 3, 5 or ten years?
  • How have we evolved and reinvented ourselves?
  • What changes should we make and how should we evolve in years to come?

Pablo Picasso was famous for wearing horizontal striped pants with mismatched colored tops.

Like Picasso, I urge us all to make breakthrough changes in order to get noticed, distinguish ourselves from others, keep us in the forefront of our industries, and make a significant impact and contribution.  

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