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Memories Mentor YOU: Use them to Ignite your 2016 Brand!

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Dr Arlene Barro

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On episode 101 of the WIN Without Competing! show Dr. Arlene asks: How will your memories influence your behavior and brand in 2016? Memories are powerful mentors, if we learn from them. Becoming aware of the significance of our memories on making both professional and personal decisions is essential to determining the Right Fit decisions. 

From birth onward we build memories. What are the lessons learned from these memories? Thriving, successful, and happy people know how to significantly benefit from streaming their memories. They recognize their value, either positive or negative. How do you process your memories? What do you savor? What do you forget? Get ready to explore your memories and learn from them. You can change your life right now!

After listening to the show, call Dr. Arlene 310-443-4277 to share the memories that my radio show triggered in you.

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About Dr. Arlene & barro global search, inc:

After holding high-level healthcare executive positions and making significant innovative contributions with global impact, Dr. Arlene entered the world of executive search, setting the stage to become an entrepreneur.

In 2003, Dr. Arlene, creator of the Right Fit Method and Right Fit Branding Strategies, founded barro global search, inc. a retained executive search firm, to design innovative search solutions for corporate clients. After WIN Without Competing! was published, Dr. Arlene expanded the firm.

Dr. Arlene, a behavioral educational psychologist, is a UCLA-trained PhD with distinction for her doctoral dissertation on creativity. Innovation, Contribution, and Impact characterize her career.

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