- Producer21/10/2016Two Destructive Words that Scuttle your Dreams and Goals.Every so often I sit down and take stock of my life. - What’s going well? - What’s not going well? - What do I need to do to fix it? - How do I get those damn squirrels out of my attic? (Real ones, not metaphorical). I...
Comments21/10/2016 #3 Harvey LloydYou reminded of the demotivational poster, "It is difficult to soar like an Eagle, when you are surrounded by Turkeys."
My son in law, when we go out as a family always runs to the closest parking spot to the place. He passes many open spots to get there. I joke with him that everyone else has his idea and it won't be one. He always says you have to believe, think positive. So now we have a ritual of entering the parking lot where i call the family to order and tell everyone to believe that someone just left us a spot up front. I am sure the averages play out, but it sure does seem i am the but of that outcome more often than not.
All kidding aside, positive thoughts are the only thing we have to move forward sometimes. Great Post @Kevin Pashuk.
Ps i would like to see a psychoanalysis of the E meets I encounter shared by Darth Vader:)
- Producer19/10/2016Part 2 - More Than Mere Machines.. Niko MäättäläSome of you might be wondering why on earth a digital marketer, who is trying to create a buzz about an upcoming social network (Grumblo) for car enthusiasts, is writing about the lives of drivers? Why does he even care? Humans, you see, we all are...
- Producer10/10/2016Take your passion and make it happen!This blog post is about three things many people struggle with in life, and especially when it comes to successful job search:1) Focusing on and following their passion.2) The application of acquired knowledge to achieve their goal.3) The continued...
Comments15/10/2016 #4 Lisa GallagherYou're an inspiration @Simon Gray! I'm glad you found your passion because opportunities are limitless once we do. Oddly or coincidently, I found my passion after networking with certain people like @John White, MBA, watching his enthusiasm for something he believed so strongly in. I'm not sure if John realizes he's been a silent mentor of mine. He has WAY more experience than I do but I found my passion is helping others to achieve their goals if I believe in the goal they are trying to attain. That's when I began to promote beBee (and I'm saying this as Lisa, not the Lisa with the label of Ambassador). @Javier beBee's energy was also contagious. I grew to respect these men and from that point on, I was on and still am, a mission, to see beBee become all they dream of it being and more! I didn't begin this endeavor with anything selfish in mind at all, and I still don't approach my efforts in a selfish manner. I had fun finding ways to help them promote beBee and my passion has only grown.15/10/2016 #3 Brian McKenzie#2 @Simon Gray in this day and age of technology - if a company can't auto skript a form letter rejection - it says volumes about the quality of interaction one should expect from corporate 'leadership' - Their passive aggressive non-response speaks louder than any branded happy story they tell on their 'ABOUT' page.
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- Producer17/10/2016We smile and announce more and more ambassadors !Smiling and improved relationships.Smiling on a regular basis conveys a sense of warmth and a positive attitude to other individuals. Smiling people tend to have more friends and wider social interactions than those people who do not exhibit this...
Comments20/10/2016 #151 Gerald HechtSomebody's hacked my account and is making my Profucer Pieces have different wordings--companies calling themselves "Russian banks" are screwing with my shares on google plus and stuff sorry @Javier beBee View moreSomebody's hacked my account and is making my Profucer Pieces have different wordings--companies calling themselves "Russian banks" are screwing with my shares on google plus and stuff sorry @Javier beBee and @Juan Imaz but you've been compromised apparently and I've filed with Ft he FBI Close18/10/2016 #140 CityVP Manjit#129 Hi Fatima, I extend my best to all listed above and I especially appreciate your sentiment because you are a classy lady and one that I am really glad to share this online space with. May we all continue from strength to strength and grow wise and well in this emerging community of affinity and constant appreciation.18/10/2016 #139 CityVP Manjit#138 Hi Cristiane, I actually found out from an email sent by @Gert Scholtz which for me is the best way to find out because it came from a fellow bee. I have been away for 10 days or so, so I don't know if Sara Jacobovici has been listed by beBee, that is the first name I look for - I originally came to beBee because I was wondering why the exchanges between Ali Anani and Sara had lessened - only to discover that they had both moved onto the beBee plaform. I look for learning platforms and as a learning platform beBee is the best - if I am ambassador of anything - I am an ambassador of learning. I look forward to a life-time relationship with beBee as I continue my learning here - it will also help with the relationship I am trying to foster with students at my college, and this announcement will prove beneficial in that offline relationship building effort.
- Producer09/10/2016Plasticidad Cerebral // Brain Plasticity (Español & English)Como amante de las palabras que soy, la primera vez que escuché hablar de los términos “Plasticidad Cerebral” unidos no pude evitar emocionarme ante la visualización de un cerebro con capacidad para ser moldeado a gusto del consumidor. Tampoco pude...
Comments17/10/2016 #100 AnonymousAcabo de hacerlo: 66% 34%. Suelo ser bastante perfeccionista en lo que hago (como escribir, para que se me entienda), es uno de los motivos del 66%. Y no me gusta el cotilleo, uno de los motivos del 34%. Igual lo hago otro día me sale 60% 40%. Si es que somos tan variables.
- Producer06/10/2016Breakthrough the Wall of negativity!The power of positivity has never been as important as it is today!We all hit the 'Rock Bottom' at some point of the time, some then lose the path while few refocus and move ahead.Today i'm going to share few quotes with you which down the years...
- Producer05/10/2016The Power of Believing in YourselfImagine that you have an imaginary friend (maybe you already do!). Let's call this friend "B". What would happen if B continually told you that you're not valuable, that you can't do something or don't have the capacities to achieve your dreams?...
Comments05/10/2016 #4 Renée CormierI always tell people (and myself, sometimes) to change the talk in your head. I agree with you completely. Much of what holds us back in any situation will depend on how we choose to frame things in our own minds. Being your own cheerleader is very important, but I think everyone also needs an external cheerleader in life in order to combat feelings of self-doubt. I am glad you are inclined to encourage others. People who put up emotional road blocks for others are a dime a dozen.05/10/2016 #3 Julie Hickman"Like any good friend, we want him to stop us, slap us in the face and tell us that it’s ok to fall and fail, and that if we do, we will stand up again and continue the journey." - @Enrique Rubio View more"Like any good friend, we want him to stop us, slap us in the face and tell us that it’s ok to fall and fail, and that if we do, we will stand up again and continue the journey." - @Enrique Rubio
We all need to be mindful of what our inner monologue is telling us at any given moment. Wonderfully crafted story with a very important lesson. Close05/10/2016 #2 Tausif MundrawalaBelieving in ourselves is the first step towards success. Well there is lot to learn and do in this world rather than wasting our time behind others by backbiting and gossiping about them.Thanks for this post, @Enrique Rubio View moreBelieving in ourselves is the first step towards success. Well there is lot to learn and do in this world rather than wasting our time behind others by backbiting and gossiping about them.Thanks for this post, @Enrique Rubio. Close05/10/2016 #1 AnonymousTremendo Post, Enrique. If I had to choose a thought, I really agree with that one: "And if what B listens from us is bad things about others, he will eventually use those same messages against us… So, don’t be part of gossiping and avoid talking badly about those around you. Become a positive friend for B as well."
Our unconscious is always listening and has no humor sense.
- Producer03/10/2016GratitudeOver the past few years, I’ve been on a journey of spiritual and self-exploration. In the recent past, I've written a bit about what an Energetic Lifestyle is and how I came to form a brand around that idea. One of the major concepts from my...
Comments04/10/2016 #13 Emilia M. LudovinoCongratulations @Kristen Begley for the beautiful article and for using gratitude in your daily life. I share your idea of being grateful and the importance of Gratitude, that's why I wrote about it in my book - The Seven Laws of Emotional Intelligence. I've a workshop on - Build your Emotional Resilience - and I point Gratitude as one of the five pillars to built emotional resilience. When I joined BeBee I also posted an article about this subject - WHAT IS GRATITUDE and WHY CARE ABOUT IT?. I'm leaving the link of the post just in case you'd like to read it https://www.bebee.com/producer/@emilia-ludovino/what-is-gratitude-and-why-care-about-it?bblang=en_US&utm_source=bebee&utm_medium=post&utm_campaign=internal. It would be a pleasure to me to have your feedback. Welcome to BeBee. Have a wonderful day!
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- 24/09/2016"When I talk to men about compassion, they walk away. How can we get more men interested in the compassion movement." Listen to this short clip where the honorable Thich Nhat Hanh speaks to the true power of compassion.Thich Nhat Hanh "Powerful Compassion": The Compassion Interviews This interview is part of the Compassion Interviews. For more info: http://peaceinrelationships.com/the-compassion-interviews/ I was fortunate enough to be...
Comments25/09/2016 #12 AnonymousThat is wonderful to hear @Mamen Delgado! I too have been following the honorable teacher for many years. I find it amazing the Martin Luther King, Jr. nomitated him for the Nobel Peace prize back in 1967 in our country's deep turmoil and now it would seem we are in the same great need for his teachings as we were then. Please join my 'Sanctuary' hive if you haven't already done so dear @Mamen Delgado24/09/2016 #9 Dean OwenWords of wisdom. What I find funny is how the West is drawn to the wisdom of Eastern thought leaders, and religious folk, but find it totally improbable that the people who run countries or large corporations here in Asia could have any such wisdom. Just thought I'd throw that out there.24/09/2016 #6 Anonymous#2 Thank you @Phil Friedman for your thoughtful input. You ask a powerful question about how compassion is manifested in the world. First I would like to note that compassion is different than empathy, where we perhaps have the ability to imagine ourselves in 'another's shoes. The prefix "com" in compassion means "with", "together". Compassion is not pity. Perhaps compassion is manifested as we stand with our suffering friends, our neighbors - honoring their suffering. Not necessarily trying to 'fix' anything, anyone. It is what I always refer to as love in action - which may or may not involve words.24/09/2016 #5 Phil Friedman#4 Thak you for the kind words, Don ... I think. Not sure how they affect my "personal brand", though. All kidding aside, I believe deeply in compassion as a philosophy, but strive to abide by the Wisdom of Chung King, "mistake not honey coated words for the true substance of compassion, which always involves corporeal action" (Second Scroll, circa 650 AD)
Well, okay, I fibbed. Not ALL, just some kidding aside. Cheers!24/09/2016 #2 Phil FriedmanThich Nhat Hanh: "[In order to answer] ... we have to redefine 'compassion'..." (From the video)
Many men (not all) see compassion in terms of action, whereas many women (again, not all) see compassion as outward expression of emotional support.
It seems to me that Thich Nhat Hanh supports the concept of compassion as the adoption of a way of life and the action which flows from that way of life. Which for me -- an "insensitive" clod of a man -- precludes most of what passes for compassion on social media from falling within Thich Nhat Hanh's philosophy.
Not attributing any particular view to you, Irene. But I would be interested to hear from you and others as to how you think compassion is manifested in the world. Cheers!
- Producer23/09/2016Simple Things To Increase Your Efficiency And EnergyHere is a short list of 'tricks' which are part of my daily routine and have shown to be very helpful. Do not hesitate to comment and share your own 'tricks' in comments.Focus on one thing Identify your main goal, then the most impactful task to...
Comments23/09/2016 #8 Stephane Fenner#5 Super! Thank you for your input, @Jared Wiese.
For over a year, I have pull my emails on my phone. It also helps in meetings, and even on short breaks.
You know having worked in a company where I would receive an email at 10:00 on a Sunday morning and be called at 11:00 for not having replied yet, creates bad habits.23/09/2016 #5 Jared Wiese#4 I know how e-mails can be. I have started using Google's Inbox app. It is better than the normal Gmail, as it groups emails together, like SOCIAL, UPDATES, FINANCES, PURCHASES. That reduces the clutter a bit.
But, to your point, if there is an email you are waiting on could be hard! Bit of advice I just read: turn off all notifications (including vibrations) on smartphones. Stop the incessant "push". Then, to your rule, schedule 2-3 times a day when you go PULL e-mails and have minutes scheduled after to process them. People will understand if you don't reply ASAP!
Respond instead of react: "Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom." Viktor E. Frankl
Stephen R. Covey used this as the basis for the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: http://www.stephencovey.com/blog/?tag=choice
Bonne chance!23/09/2016 #4 Stephane Fenner#1 #3 For me the most difficult was and sometimes still is not being interrupted by emails. Especially when I receive an expected answer. One is human and wants to see the answer. I make big effort, then, not to immediately react, and remain focused on the task I was working on...
To be honest it took me a long time to integrate theses 'rules'. There are others I abandoned, due to the energy I was wasting on sticking to the constrain.
I love your words @Jared Wiese : Small changes daily > habits > better life! Excellent!!!
- 23/09/2016GARNERING MOTIVATION FROM FAILURE ...
We usually think that success motivates, and failure demotivates.
Not necessarily. Success can give complacence and in effect discourage effort to do better. On the other hand, failure can fire the will and act as a motivator if we have the right perception and attitude.
So what really motivates is not what happens, but how we look at it, what is out attitude to it.
So when success happens next time, don't brag ; in stead, be grateful and share the fruits - you never know how many had wished and prayed for you.
And when there is a setback next time, don't get depressed ; take it in your stride. for It wouldn't last either. Forget the event, remember the lesson in it, and move ahead.
This world is made up of dualities - day and night, pleasure and pain, success and failure alternate with each other. Have the attitude of a stage artist - play your roles sincerely but take nothing seriously. For they are only roles, and everything passes.
Tests and difficulties have only one purpose : to strengthen our will and illumine our understanding.
- Producer23/09/2016THE ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE GIVES LIFE ITS TRUE ALTITUDEGratitude and happiness nourish each other. When we are grateful, we are happy. We should not think that we can outsmart this divine law, and sustain the tree of happiness without nourishing it with waters of gratitude.If we are happy and not...
- 22/09/2016YOU IMPRESS PEOPLE BEST WHEN YOU ARE JUST YOURSELF !
“Half of life is lost in charming others. The other half is lost in going through anxieties caused by others. Leave this play, you have played enough" -- Rumi
It is only due to poor Self-esteem that we try to impress people. It doesn't mean that we be careless or behave awkwardly, but that we do our best because we want to do our best, not to make an impression and win praise.
The key is having right perception, right attitude to everything - to oneself which gives Self-esteem ; to others which gives empathy and respect ; to the vastness of the universe which gives humility. A bad attitude is the worst disability we can have.
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- Have you read Hal Elrod's book, The Miracle Morning?
What do you do when YOU get up!? Hit the SNOOZE? Are you sleep walking through life?!
Perhaps you've heard of the countless successful people who swear by seizing that hour of power, first thing in the morning?! If you don't have an hour, how about 6 minutes for 80% of the benefit?! Yes, the author and others have made a 6-minute version.
For more info and ideas, join the hive! https://www.bebee.com/producer/hive/themiraclemorningThe Miracle Morningwww.bebee.com Have you read Hal Elrod's book, named the same? What do you do when YOU get up!? Hit the SNOOZE? Perhaps you've heard of the countless...
- Producer13/09/201613 Things Successful People Do on Sunday NightsThought this was a great post. Please check it out!By Jacquelyn Smith, www.businessinsider.comhttp://www.businessinsider.com/what-successful-people-do-on-sunday-evening-2016-9/#-13 I have to make a plug here, for trying a Miracle Morning - on...
Comments21/09/2016 #4 Jared Wiese#3 Hi @Jena Ball! What a beautiful and eloquent comment. So true!
I can see why you'd love Sundays even more. I think Australian's have a better life/work attitude anyway. I would also extend that to Europeans.
I applaud you for never fitting well into job descriptions. As Liz Ryan from Forbes might say, work your Human Voiced Resume instead! Sounds like you are doing just that. Check out my buzz on that at https://www.bebee.com/producer/@jaredwiese/career-tips-and-links-an-updating-reference.
I had heard of the Google pitching too. I LOVE that. There is so much potential in each of us...21/09/2016 #3 Jena BallOddly, I kind of enjoy Sundays because I know that in a few hours folks I am excited to connect and share with will be up and running. In fact, since I work with a lot of people in Australia, they are often willing to connect with me on Sunday itself. That said, I agree about the need for a shift in attitude, but I'd like it to be in the way we approach and reward work. As someone who has never fit well into job descriptions, and have dreams I want to realize along with those of others, I'd like to see employers actively solicit and support the aspirations of their employees. I have a good friend who works for Google and he not only has time to work on his ideas, but is encouraged to "pitch" them to his Google colleagues. If he can get enough folks interested and willing to donate some time, Google will support it. Now that's my idea of collaboration :-)
So here's to Sundays with friends and family, and finding ways to nurture and celebrate yourself every day of the week. Just imagine what we might accomplish if we worked to empower one another and collaborated instead of competed.
P.S., Chocolate is also helpful on Sunday nights ;-)
- Producer10/09/2016Stop the Madness... BEE proactive!When around complaining, leave it, change it or accept it! This also makes me think of Stephen R. Covey's 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Before getting into the habits, he talks about making a paradigm shift, focusing on the power we all have...
- How waking up every day at 4.30am can change your life | Filipe Castro Matos | TEDxAUBG Filipe Castro Matos Portuguese entrepreneur, co-founder of O MEU COPO ("MY GLASS"). This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but...
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- Producer15/09/2016This Morning Ritual Will Make You Insanely ProductiveI am sharing this post from Quora as an example and idea for the Miracle Morning, as part of the Miracle Morning Hive.What single change in your daily routine had the biggest impact in your life? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing...