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Pilgrim Talks: Barri Carian and Will Crist (9/15/10)

September 15th, 2010

Barri Carian

Barri Carian, Carian Consulting

Over the past 30 years, Barri Carian has started up and led two successful entrepreneurial businesses and held executive positions in two Fortune 500 companies.  Barri has established herself as a skilled strategic and critical thinker.  She has expertise in all facets of operations and in building customer-focused and market-driven organizations.  Her extensive experience gives her the keen insight needed to grow revenues by increasing productivity, streamlining delivery systems and spearheading business development.

Barri has been consulting with business owners since 1998, helping them achieve clarity with company issues and developing practical solutions for growth.  She built a successful practice; Insync Partnership Services that helps troubled partnerships get back on track.  Barri also chairs a local business owner/CEO group for TEC International, the largest CEO membership organization in the world.

To learn more about Carian Consulting, go to www.carianconsulting.com


Will Crist, Pilgrim on the 405

The Pilgrim on the 405 has been watching businesses since he began working with his father at Valley Auto Supply in Edinburg, Texas when he was eight years old. His dad paid him 25¢ an hour to dust the shelves, and there were lots of shelves to be dusted.

From the 405, one of the busiest freeways in the world, the pilgrim watches the many businesses in SoCal. During the past 30 years he has often been asked in to help business owners and professonals rediscover, clarify and build upon their values, hopes and dreams.

Along his way, the pilgrim studied philosophy, theology, technical writing, business, motivation, sales processes, and Internet marketing. He is always surprised at how theological insights and business practices mesh to create stronger momentum.

After seminary at the Episcopal Theological School in Cambrige, Massachusetts, the pilgrim was ordained a priest in the Episcopal Church and worked in congregations in the Diocese of West Texas. If you want to see what the pilgrim has done and where he has been after his professional start in 1974, check out the Pilgrim's Trail.

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