- Producer08/09/2017World's Tallest SandcastlesThe Guinness World Record for the World's Tallest Sandcastle record has just been beaten. The Sandcastle is in Duisburg, Germany and was commissioned by Schaunisland-Reisen a German Tour Company. It is 16.58m (54.72ft) beating the previous record...
Comments09/09/2017 #16 Claire L Cardwell#13 Thank you @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. - glad you enjoyed it! A bit of Friday fun!09/09/2017 #14 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.beating records = continuous improvement09/09/2017 #13 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.it is stunning what people can create, beautiful post!
- Producer06/09/2017Going Beyond the 500% ROI: How to Integrate Telemarketing with Other ChannelsFor what it’s worth, telemarketing is still relevant to businesses today and for very good reasons.B2B marketing, after all, entails listening to your audience and asking about the issues they wanted to be resolved right away. Telemarketing does not...
- Producer06/09/2017Fight, Flee or Freeze ~ What's your default response to fear?Photo by tertia van rensburg on Unsplash Fear is a primary drive in all life on earth. It helps us survive under threats of danger but when our fear switch is on permanently without relief because we percieve danger all around us at all times, we...
- Producer30/08/2017What today's work world looked like from 1978What experts in 1978 thought the 21st-century workforce would look like written By Bob Lind. This is a bit of fun, to see what our experts believed the world would look like, and it shows that even experts sometimes get it wrong.I have highlighted...
- Producer29/08/2017Why Do You Get Up So Early, Mr Motivational Speaker?Good morning world. I am already out there…Almost every day someone asks me this question.5am EVERY morning?Yes.What about weekend’s?Yes. But I may sneak a nap mid morning to compensate.But what do you do so early?I greet the day. I write. I think....
Comments30/08/2017 #8 Robert CormackInteresting stuff, @Dave Crane. I get up early as well. Most of my work is done between 4:30 am and 9:30 am. To me, those are the most productive hours in one's life. If companies operated this way (allowing naps in the afternoon, of course). a great deal more work would get done. Obviously this is problematic when you have kids, etc. It's still amazing how fertile those five hours are.29/08/2017 #1 Lisa 🐝 GallagherWow @Dave Crane, you are highly motivated and I love the way you presented yourself. You don't take one second for granted, kudos to you! Welcome to beBee :)
cc: @David B. Grinberg @Javier 🐝 beBee @John White, MBA @Susan 🐝 Botello @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador
- Producer27/08/2017LAS RELACIONES SON UN FACTOR CLAVE PARA TU MARCAComenzamos a Calentar Motores para el Comienzo del Año. Estamos Fuertes, y Vamos a Comenzar con FUERZA. Este Producer se debe a uno que nos regaló Maite Barroso Del Cerro que podéis leer aquí Que se titula "Emprendedores: Fórmula para el Éxito: El...
Comments02/09/2017 #60 Ana OvalExcelente artículo... @Jorge 🐝 Carballo Pérez Estoy de acuerdo en que una empresa, marca o producto, si no tiene presencia en internet y en las redes sociales, es como si no existiera. Incluso estando en internet y en las redes sociales, no significa que la cosa vaya sola. Para que la cosa vaya, viento en popa y a toda vela... hace falta emplear muchísimo tiempo, para dar a conocer lo que haces y atender a tus seguidores o a realizar nuevas relaciones. Además, de saber cómo hacerlo. Ya que las redes sociales son todo un mundo a descubrir... Aunque las grandes empresas, lo tienen más fácil, ya que pagando a un profesional que se dedique a ello, el factor tiempo, ya no les resulta un handicap. Bss31/08/2017 #56 Raúl 🐝 Herrero AcinasCreo @Jorge 🐝 Carballo Pérez que lo comenté con @Vega 🐝 Gómez Hernández y @Carmen 🐝 Juanes Luis en Salamanca, estoy muy en tu línea, ahora existen dos mundos paralelos, el virtual y el real como definimos, y muchos palabros como bien dices que reflejan lo mismo de antes ( el refranero ), las reglas para mí son las mismas, debes de ser buena gente, buen profesional, colaborar, apoyar. Mantener las normas de educación, las cosas bien hechas, bien hechas están. Cuidar tu reputación, las personas con las que te rodeas.... en ambas vidas es esencial. La marca personal ya existía en mi barrio, yo procuraba que la gente me quisiera y hablara bien de mi 😉. Como dice @Mamen 🐝 Delgado, tienes material para un libro jjjj
- 16/08/2017Education Loans for Indian Students to Study AbroadEducation Loans for Indian Students to Study Abroad | Stoodntwww.stoodnt.com Education Loans for Indian Students to Study...
- Producer15/08/2017The Horizon of The Digital Printing MarketMore than ever, the 16th edition of Graphitec, the trade fair for all graphic communication, was marked by technological innovations. An update on the 2018 - 2022 evolution of the various markets was also at the heart of the events. This article...
- ProducerHive🐝Talk-Trending Buzzes & Trending Hives-August 9, 2017“The beBee publishing platform gives you the opportunity to expand your reach in a major way. Since all beBee members have access to the platform, it’s critical for you to create high-quality content that differentiates you”-Javier beBee ...
Comments10/08/2017 #5 Irene 🐝 Rodriguez EscolarLove this hive
Live Buzzes (inSpanish)
In English too, although I do not understand much, I love to hear their voices.
I had in mind to make a list similar to yours. I had seen the photo of the producer on other occasions, it really was today when I opened it. Things happen when they have to happen. Thanks for inspiring me.
- Producer06/08/2017Creating A Path After CollegeSome time ago I was an editor and Communications Coordinator for an organization. I attended my graduation ceremony in college receiving a degree in Media Communications and the very next morning was my first day in my new job. A lot of people who...
- Producer02/10/2016Spain & Tourism By 2015 Spain was the third most visited country in the world, recording 68.1 million tourists which marked the third consecutive year of record-beating numbers.If you consider population and size of the top three most visited countries (France, US...
Comments07/08/2017 #65 Paul Walters@Javier 🐝 beBee Having spent time in Barcelona last month I note that tourists seem to outnumber locals! There is a growing outcry in cities such as Venice, Rome Barcelona and some of the southern Spanish cities that the number of tourists have become too many...perhaps they are right!!08/04/2017 #61 Pedro 🐝 Casanova#60 @javierbebee The J sound? ...go to las Palmas de GC...and try to understand the way they pronounce the "CH" ....like a "Y"
Still smiling when remembering a friend of mine from Las Palmas telling me how he bought a cuyiyo ( cuchillo ) when he was living in the floor " oyo " .
Some day you should write one of those post about the differents ways we pronounce the words in the diferents spanish cities.
We gonna make you Spanish Culture Bee Ambassador13/10/2016 #52 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI want to visit Seville! My son and husband went to the Canary Islands, over to Tenerife and golfed. On the way back they had a layover in Scotland and my husbands luggage was lost. We never got re-imbursed and they never found it. They had fun though and wow- the photos were astounding. After seeing this again, Wow- so many beautiful places to visit in Spain @Javier 🐝 beBee, I think I would need 3 weeks to take all that I'd want to see :))
- Producer07/08/2017Use Multi-channel Marketing to Keep You Ahead of the CompetitionI’m always wondering how my competitors are doing whenever I look for new ways to market my products and services. In this rapidly changing world of business, I always want to be on top of my competitors. In order for my business to survive, I need...
- Producer04/08/2017Do we really understand innovation?I was fortunate to attend the Oracle Business Analytics Conference last year, the conference raised my expectations with truly exceptional thought leadership, great content, case studies and the show stopper for me was a live demonstration to the...
Comments05/08/2017 #4 Geoff Hudson-Searle#2 Harvey, great to hear from you and thank you so much for your thoughts. I think the original of 'The War of the Worlds' was released in 1953, a master piece in its time. My business partner in the US @Mark Herbert View more#2 Harvey, great to hear from you and thank you so much for your thoughts. I think the original of 'The War of the Worlds' was released in 1953, a master piece in its time. My business partner in the US @Mark Herbert always discusses paradigms and the shift of transformation within people, why innovation is so important, abstract and lateral thinking is critical for the future, it all starts with collaboration. The blurring dotted lines need to be connected more, communication lines more open and proper leadership to pioneer the best out of the people and to deliver real innovation and solutions, this is what creates the new and improved :-) Close05/08/2017 #3 Geoff Hudson-Searle#1 Great to hear from you Charlene, I think in the technological environment that we are all partaking within, we are all looking at grey hairs :-) Thank you so much for your feedback and thoughts, so gracious to receive your transparency. I am a big fan of Scott Berkun, and still believe innovation should be something that is fresh, creative, design lead that makes a difference to the world and one where we can see the value. Have a great weekend!05/08/2017 #2 Harvey LloydGreat read when considering innovation. I immediately thought of the sci-fi of the 50's and how the dreams of today were sparked by the films of the era.
My version of innovation has always been asking questions without the confines of current paradigms. This kind of abstract thinking is difficult. Most folks require the tether of their learning to be absolute. Generalizing a future innovation from current thinking, about knowledge that doesnt exist yet, can be a challenging proposition.
Innovation like many words becomes a flash card for marketing, blurring the lines of reality. I believe the word innovation replaced the words "new and improved" :)05/08/2017 #1 Charlene NormanWhat a thought provoking piece Geoff. I must admit I shuddered at the first example because I was thinking about the daily horrors that go into making that amazing app a practical reality in the real world. Then I quickly got on your page of what on earth really is real innovation and I thought about all the negative aspects we as a society have endured because of the wonders of technology (yup, I am that old and have that much grey hair.) And I am at that stage in life where I am trying to weigh the good and the bad and determine the net positive. I don't have an answer. But I do see where you are coming from and I do appreciate your point. So much so, I am adding to my mix of 'what is the best practice'. Cheers
- Producer02/08/2017Insanity?I often feel like the harbinger of doom-and-gloom. There are so many issues that I see as important. Most of them result in death. Some have happy endings.Fiction has been a respite for me. I don’t indulge in it often. It feels like a desert after a...
Comments04/08/2017 #16 Phil Friedman#15 Thank you Joyce, but not looking for kudos or recognition. As you might yourself say, I am just seeking to inform others. What I saw during my brief brush with institutional mental health "treatment" was some of the most disingenuous people I've ever run into. Florida requires by law that the Patients' Bill of Rights (under the Baker Act) be posted clearly on the wall of every mental health facility in a prominent location. And I have stood right in front of such a posting with several mental health "professionals" while they blatantly contradicted what was clearly stated in that posted document. The only time anyone pays attention is when you start taking names, making notes, and talking about legal action against not only institutions but also the individuals involved in what is, in many cases, illegal detention. You are right. God help you if you fall into the clutches of the system without having an advocate on the "outside".03/08/2017 #14 Phil Friedman#10 when lawyers are hesitant to act, it is usually because they are unsure of the law or they are afraid they'll be drawn into a case that will ultimately not pay any money, even if they win. The courts are important not because they are always, or even often right, but because they force mental health professional to go on the written record -- which is a prerequisite to being successfully sued. I have found that their primary tactic is to try to convince the patient or the patient's healthcare guardian to convert to voluntary commotment. Which people have to understand ceases to be voluntary the instant you agree to it.03/08/2017 #13 Lisa Vanderburg#8 #9 Truly terrifying Phil - I had a niece that was very nearly 'incarcerated' under the Baker Act. She almost volunteered herself until one kindly lady gave her the heads-up you mentioned. She was lucky.
Equally terrifying is how many white adolescents (don't know the ethnicity ratio, but the white parents are almost encouraged to see their teenager as 'troubled') seem to be indulged by so-called professionals who will put them on lithium and the other mind-blowers BEFORE any real diagnosis is made. Sheeet...we used to call that growing pains! The Psychiatrists who practise this (as you know - MANY!) should have their licenses revoked. They have taken perfectly natural adolescent problems and turned them into labels the child will grab onto and cannot shake - seen it so many times in FLA. Of course, there are enough with genuine problems like bipolar, schizophrenia, etc. But to take ADD and turn it into something bigger is criminal.
I used to employ in FLA when the 3-strike rule was legal; I won't even start!
It is archaic and barbaric as @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher points out.03/08/2017 #11 Lisa 🐝 GallagherSuch a preventable death, how very sad. I can relate because my sister has been in an out of Psychiatric wards, she has bipolar illness with psychosis. There are times they've had her so drugged she couldn't even talk or get out of her bed. We did an intervention a while back, I initiated it. They weaned her from 5 drugs and she left with 3. That was progress believe it or not. She was doing so much better but just like the opioid epidemic, it seems drugs from Psychiatrists play a large role in an epidemic on another level. Our mental health system needs an over haul. It's still so archaic once admitted to a psychiatric ward in many places.03/08/2017 #10 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#8 Agreed, Phil, but I have seen them outright lie to facilitate extended commitments. They simply deprive patients of all rights here in MA by finding them incompetent in front of a judge. I'm beginning to think the system has so much power, lawyers are hesitant to act. Once the system swallows you up, you are gone.03/08/2017 #8 Phil FriedmanThe state of Florida -- which is generally backward, if not downright prehistoric -- in many ways -- has what is known as The Baker Act. It is commonly thought of as legislation that gives police and healthcare professionals the power to involuntarily commit people to mental institutions. However, although it does that, it is, more importantly, a patients' rights act, because it lays out that such commitments may only be for a period not to exceed 72 hours, during which time a panel of qualified mental health professional must examine, prepare a report documenting that the patient is a danger either to himself or others, and successfully petition a Court of appropriate jurisdiction for an order of commitment -- or release the patient.
Of course, mental health workers often misunderstand, misinterpret, and outright lie to patients and their families and friends about the act, in an effort to coerce agreement to conversion to "voluntary" commitment. Especially, when a facility has open beds and the patient has insurance or is being covered by Medicaid. And even with the act, a patient desperately needs an advocate to insist on enforcement of the rules which place the burden of proof on those who would keep a patient confined.
Still, the situation with such legislation is a zillion times better than without it. As I learned some time ago when I went to a locked mental facility to pick up a relative and literally had to camp in the admissions waiting room whilst insisting that 72 hours had passed with no legal action and that the patient had to be released or I would see to it that the facility and its administrators would be charged with illegal detention. The administrators did not know whether to shit or go blind, because it seemed they had never before been challenged in that way. And they reluctantly released the patient.
- Producer24/09/2016The Key Philosophical Differences Between beBee Ambassadors and "Influencers" on Other Social NetworksLately, I've been seeing a lot of discussion about beBee Brand Ambassadors and several have called me into those discussions for feedback. In fact, much of this blog has been taken from my responses in the comments on a viral conversation on...
Comments27/09/2016 #76 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador#40 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD contacted me is taking a break from beBee due to her friend that is extremely ill and other circumstances. Those of you that are close to Mags can reach her on her Twitter account. cc @Pamela 🐝 Williams @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher @Donna-Luisa Eversley @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee "@Paul "Pablo" Croubalian @Deb 🐝 Helfrich @debasish majumder26/09/2016 #73 Lisa 🐝 GallagherThanks for taking the time to write this @John White, MBA, you laid out the facts of the program nicely. We are not influencers and as @Dean Owen noted, we also are not responsible for managing problems people encounter on their posts. Isn't there abuse@beBee.com and support@beBee.com if people have issues? I for one, do not feel I am any better than anyone on this platform and I have much respect for all the bee's I interact with. There are so many wonderfully talented people on beBee and I'm doing today what I've done since I began on this platform- promoting as much as I can because I want to see beBee succeed and it's never been about me. Javier built a great team in Spain first and now with you John, and @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood working hard in the US to help beBee grow, well I see this as a win/win.. as I said, many great people here, yourself included.25/09/2016 #72 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#71 #70 You both have summed it up nicely - the criteria is sincere effort. The whole point of this platform is the way that it is meant to accommodate each person tailoring their experience. Each ambassador does their own thing and contributes to the ultimate success of the platform in a number of unique ways. The commonality is that you do invest your time in a way that makes others enjoy their beBee experience.
- Producer29/07/2017FOTOGRAFÍA: RETRATOS "EL INSTANTE DECISIVO" -- PHOTOGRAPHY: POLTRAIT "THE DECISIVE MOMENT"Fotografía tomada en el Sur de la India año 2010, el coche arrancaba, nos montamos en la parte trasera, y este hombre se acercó a mirarnos... yo aproveché para hacerle esta fotografía.Photograph taken in South India year 2010, as we got into the car...
Comments30/07/2017 #6 AnonymousEspectaculares tus fotografías. Tal vez algún día te solicite alguna colaboración para una revista de viajes que edito. Pronto pondre en mi perfil el enlace de esta revista en formato digital y a veces también en papel.
En otro orden de cosas te informo que soy un "hombre fiel" a un perfume ,desde hace más de 30 años, "Esencia de Loewe". Que tengas buen domingo.30/07/2017 #2 David 🐝 Martín AlonsoMuy buenos retratos, y muy bonita historia.
A mi me pasó algo parecido cuando descubrí que el retrato era lo que más me gustaba, y me gusta. Cada foto es un reto, conseguir que el modelo me de lo que quiero, el gesto que la foto necesita.
Muy buen producer @Maite Barroso Del Cerro
- Producer26/07/2017Top 7 Growth Hacking Tips for Manufacturers’ and Distributors’ Bottom-lineIt’s now been seven years since Sean Ellis coined the term “growth hacker”. Since then, growth hacking strategies have propelled many startups to become important players in their industries. As the initial hype around growth hacking is starting to...
- Producer24/07/2017We are all responsibleWe are all responsible, we are all responsible in some way, we are the ones who conduct the time, we are the ones who use the resources, we are the ones who drink and pollute the fresh water and shed in salty tears back to earth. We are the ones who...
- Producer22/07/2017The Buzz is Growing!The Buzz is Growing! I looked at some of the individual author statistics on beBee. I was blown away to say the least. There are some who have published more than 150 buzzes. And that is just the start. There many bustling bees actively buzzing and...
Comments23/07/2017 #26 Lada 🏡 PrkicThanks Gert for taking the time to make this impressive list of busiest bees on beBee Producer. But we can't see what's behind these numbers. The quality of the posts and engagement on these posts are something more important than a pure quantity metrics.
However, many authors achieve both quality and quantity, and they deserve our deepest respect. To me, you are one of them.
- Producer13/02/2017The Week In Social Media Volume 18A whole very social week has come and gone, we have to admit, social media is a busy affair, too much information and too little time, but don't you worry, because we at The Week In Social Media are doing the hard work for you !!! Hope you enjoy...
Comments13/02/2017 #1 David B. GrinbergJan, thanks you as always for another excellent edition of This Week in Social Media. The articles and advice your share are most helpful and instructive for all social media practitioners (personal and professional alike). Also, kudos to @John White, MBA View moreJan, thanks you as always for another excellent edition of This Week in Social Media. The articles and advice your share are most helpful and instructive for all social media practitioners (personal and professional alike). Also, kudos to @John White, MBA for his latest Inc.com article which is filled with important insights on how brand advocacy and result in positive social media engagement.
Of course, Jan, I'm also sharing this on three social media hives. Close
Comments22/07/2017 #9 Shelley Brown#8 @Laura Mikolaitis thank you so much for your comment and also for so eloquently sharing your heart with your words. "New chapters are always there". I am going to add this to my "Chairing me on " https://www.bebee.com/content/1669229/1447709 The responses to this piece have helped me greatly. I would love to share this journey together. I would love to set up time to Skype or talk. Sending love and positivity...we always get to start over.22/07/2017 #8 Laura Mikolaitis@Shelley Brown, wow. I will be back to this post. For right now, I am absorbing and your words resonate. In the short term, know that you are not alone. I would bet that most of us wander - sometimes in fear, sometimes in wonder, and sometimes aimlessly. I know I have.
Those feelings. They are real. They can eat you up and spit you out. Or they can propel you forward. We are clay. We mold and we shall and we may not like the end result so we start over. New chapters are always there. The trick is figuring out out why. But I barter to guess you know yours deep down.
Thank you for this timely post. It hits hard this morning and I feel very fortunate for having read it. Thanks for being so honest. We can share in the journey together, if you'd like.19/07/2017 #5 Charlene NormanNone of us has any freaking idea what we are doing. Not one of us. Some of us have plans. Some of us don't. The only thing that is certain is one day we will die. When that day comes, some of us will say, I made a plan, I followed it and something happened. Some of us will say, I did not make a plan and nothing much happened.
Shelley, take a baby step and make a plan. Try it out for six months. If it works out, fantastic. Be grateful and amazed and make a new plan. If it does not work out, be grateful and amazed and make a new plan. Never give up. The answers have always been deep inside of you. And by the sounds of it, you have a mighty fine friend who will walk with you. Be grateful and amazed for that.
You are a very lucky woman. It might not feel like it. But you are. And you are stronger than you give yourself credit for. We all have short term pain for long term gain. Each and every one of us. It is what makes all of us frail human creatures and fascinating beings.19/07/2017 #4 Jim MurrayI learned very early on that cold turkey solutions cause a lot of pain. Every significant thing I have done in my life was a transition. In fact I am in one now. What I did was take advantage of the fact that I was employed to look around at other opportunities, when one arose I would take it and make the transition smoothly. I don't want to sound like an old fart, but the stress of quitting without options is worse than the actually job. I know what you are going through, but if you throw yourself out of balance it can really hurt. Take an hour a day or every couple of days to look at the job market. Send out a resume. Make a call. As @Charlene Norman says...make yourself a system and stick to it for a while. What you will do is create a light at the end of the tunnel, which should ease your burden a bit, and give you a visible goal. Don't be sad about your situation. Get fucking excited for what the future could bring you.19/07/2017 #3 Renée 🐝 CormierYou already know the answer, @Shelley Brown. Feel the fear and do it anyway. Don't let the what ifs in life hold you back. None of us would ever get out of bed if we did that. Why, we could stub our toe, break a leg or get hit by a car! I don't know what it is you want to do, but I can tell you as someone who has sat upon the precipice of disaster more than once, believing in myself and trusting that the resources I need would appear helps a lot. You don't need to have all the answers or a full blown map to get you from here to there. Simply slay each dragon as you get to it.
Trust me when I tell you that if you allow yourself to get excited about the possibility and stay in that state of pure joy and eagerness, you will be fine. If you live each moment in fear and doubt, then you will struggle immensely. Oh, the stories I could tell you of the crazy life I have lived and the miracles that unfolded before my eyes. I am not special. I have not been "chosen". I am just who I am and if I can do it, so can you, sister. Message me any time for a pep talk. :)19/07/2017 #2 Deb 🐝 HelfrichThat is the most important feeling in the world. Stay with it. Stay in the feeling.
Really look at the cycles, look at what you want to call failure, which was in some ways and wasn't in others. Can you write a gazillion post-it notes to remind you of the wasn'ts?
Being in a crazy oscillation cycle, at this exact moment, I'm gonna tell you what I think one of the core tasks of life is the ability to live in calmness, a state of potently possible tranquility.
Phone a friend.
Just as you've done in wrapping up this piece, make sure to tie things up with a flotation device to hold on to, most especially when you've just dived to the depths.
- Producer18/07/2017Transparency is the New GobbledygookYes, Gobbledygook is an actual word. Its origin came from a Congressman in 1944 named Maury Maverick. Maverick told his colleagues to speak plain English and “stay off the gobbledygook language,” which was basically congressmen using...
Comments02/09/2017 #13 Lisa 🐝 GallagherThis is great @Dave Worthen. I'm going to share a story that I've always found funny.
Many people who work in healthcare have to have a good sense of humor and it can be warped at times. One day a co-worker and I were chatting (forget what the subject matter was) anyhow, our supervisor joined in and the gal I was talking to had a warped sense of humor and I loved it. She told our supervisor that she would get sphincter spasms when she was stressed. Our supervisor said, OMG I thought I was the only one, I get sphincter spasms a lot when I'm stressed out. My co-worker was just kidding. My supervisor was serious. We laughed until we had tears. Our supervisor never knew it was a joke and that we laughed so hard after she walked away.
i miss those days, we had many great times considering we were so busy. I worked in the Lab at that time and have so many good memories aside from sphincter spasms LOL.20/07/2017 #9 Charlene NormanThis is an absolutely brilliant read. @Lupita 🐝 Reyes excitedly sent it to me. Now I totally understand why. Thank you Lupita and thank you to Dave for shining the candid spot light on a freaking huge problem. And as one of your friendly northern neighbours, may I say, it is not just a business culture issue? Apparently, it is in the government too these days. Egads!18/07/2017 #4 Aaron 🐝 SkogenAMEN!
Nice Buzz @Dave Worthen, and thanks for having the cojones to call it out. Far too much gobbledygook in business blurring the vision. The wicked insult is that those really crazy smart people are often looked at like they have two heads, and unfortunately those are the same messengers that still get killed. Why? For calling out the elephant in the room, or placing the sacred cow on the alter, or whatever euphemism we use for lifting the veil. . . Is "business" ready?18/07/2017 #3 Lupita 🐝 ReyesAll CEO's and companies want just one thing: The Truth!!!
Do you know what really crazy smart people hate? They hate when something smells like, looks like, sounds like transparency and it’s not.
A MUST read by @Dave Worthen View moreAll CEO's and companies want just one thing: The Truth!!!
Do you know what really crazy smart people hate? They hate when something smells like, looks like, sounds like transparency and it’s not.
A MUST read by @Dave Worthen! Close
- 16/07/2017Check on the animals engineering with special characteristics .
The interconnections of plants and animals, with each other and their environment On My beBeeTV .Amazing Animals Hidden Deep in the Jungle - Nature Documentary 2017
- Producer16/07/2017LinkedIn Rolls Out Native VideoFrom sharing video with updates, to attaching video as rich media, smart professionals and marketers have been using video for years, understanding the growing value proposition it offers. Now LinkedIn are giving us native video to finally catch up...
Comments17/07/2017 #1 David B. GrinbergThanks for this astute analysis, Jo. It's unfortunate for LinkedIn users that the site appears to be too little, too late -- as online video first emerged over 20 years ago, with YouTube coming on the scene in 2005. So what the heck took them so long? Also, why doesn't LI offer a live streaming mobile app, like beBee?
You might be interested in a blog post I penned on Producer regarding why live streaming is the top social media trend https://www.bebee.com/producer/@dbgrinberg/why-live-video-leading-social-media-trend