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How to Increase Productivity, While Improving Your Luck and Your Life with Barry Sea Siegel

Beat The Blues
Posted: March 6, 2014 at 6:44 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Barry Sea Siegel

Barry Sea Siegel the President of Barry Siegel, LLC joins Enterprise Radio to discuss how to increase productivity, while improving your luck and your life. Barry is a Success Achievement Coach, Speaker, Author, and Consultant.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Barry Sea Siegel discuss the following:

  • What’s Beat The Blues all about?
  • Tell us about the “Success GPS.”
  • So how do we override the negativity we’ve heard all of our lives?
  • Why do you stress blues music as opposed to other forms of music?
  • What separates successful people from the rest of us?

Duration: 10:11

Barry Sea Siegel has over 35 years’ experience as an executive, coach, speaker and consultant in large corporate, early stage entrepreneurial, and general public environments. Prior to forming Barry Siegel, LLC, Barry served as President of a major division of Omnicom Group, one of the world’s largest advertising and communications companies. He worked his way to the top of the advertising/communications and recruiting industries while serving in a wide variety of creative, account service, sales and management capacities. He has also owned several companies in the music/entertainment and success achievement industries.  His coaching credentials are certified by the Life Coach Institute, as well as the Master Mind Alliance International.

Barry holds a BS in Business Management/Advertising from Fairleigh Dickinson University, has been a member of “Who’s Who Worldwide,” and is a lifetime member of “America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals.” A recognized innovator and authority on cost effective recruiting, Barry authored the book “The Keys to Successful Recruiting and Staffing.” In addition, he has written numerous white papers, online articles, and a chapter on recruitment outsourcing in the text book, “On Staffing: Advice and Perspectives from HR Leaders.” He has been a featured speaker at events sponsored by major organizations including The Employment Management Association, Society for Human Resource Management,  International Quality & Productivity Center, HR Events, HRO World, American Strategic Management Institute, Staffing.org, Northstar Conferences, and The Bureau of National Affairs.

The November 2002 issue of “Human Resources Outsourcing Today” recognized Barry as having “Invented Recruitment Process Outsourcing” and named him among “The 100 Superstars of HR Outsourcing” for five consecutive years.  Other innovations in Barry’s background include his spearheading the development of the first applicant tracking system (RES-MATCH): the first online applicant tracking system (ROAM); and the first recruitment music video (“Make a Difference on Your Block, Become a Houston Cop,” featuring George Foreman).  He was also part of the executive committee that conceived the first Online Job Board (Career Mosaic, which was later acquired by Career Builder.)

On the creative side, Barry has conceived/written/produced numerous award winning advertising campaigns and been involved  in various capacities with several hit music recordings.  His current activities include recruiting, managing, overseeing, and conducting a variety of Master Mind Focus Groups.

His latest project, “Beat the  Blues” is a DVD, Music CD (sample), and E-Book package that provides a “Sound Recipe to Increase Productivity, While Improving Your Luck and Your Life,”

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Links: www.barrysea.com

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