Brian McKenzie

Brian McKenzie

9/6/2017 · 1 min read · ~100
To GrumblePot and 2 more
Passive Aggressive en Bulk

Passive Aggressive en Bulk

Be you, Be authentic, Tell the world your story, Have Empathy, Show Gratitude, Be Vulnerable....Um, ok, - now go away - we don't want a person that is like that.  But we will never tell you that - so please take the hint by us never contacting or...

Brian McKenzie

Brian McKenzie

Pascal Derrien yes, their 'About' page is all covered with the buzzword stew, lathered in chunky self righteous virtue signalling gravy about how they respect their employees and build a 'culture' yaddda yaddaa yaddaaa - all while not being able to manage a 35 year old technology of Mail Merge and Hot Key Text. * I know it is at least that old, because I learned it in Jr High School

9/6/2017
Pascal Derrien

Pascal Derrien

The Diversity Kitten comment is priceless :-)

9/6/2017
Ben Pinto

Ben Pinto

8/12/2016 · 1 min read · +200 · 5
Gerald Hecht

Gerald Hecht

6/12/2016 · 1 min read · +200
To beBee in English and 6 more
Communications Beat Series, Volume 4

Communications Beat Series, Volume 4

BATON ROUGE, LA -- According to a Southern University Study released Monday, over 94% of “significant human interaction/communication” takes place in online product or service reviews.In our rapidly devolving, algorithm-driven world it might...

🐝 Fatima G. Williams

🐝 Fatima G. Williams

Cyndi wilkins diggin up some old gold:)

3/4/2018
Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

Gerald Hecht...Remember all the fun things we used to do BEFORE the internet?? SIGH!!

3/4/2018
Ben Pinto

Ben Pinto

8/12/2016 · 1 min read · +300 · 4
John Prpich

John Prpich

8/12/2016 · 1 min read · +200
The Rise of Organizational Mediocrity

The Rise of Organizational Mediocrity

Throughout my career, I've made it a point to stand in the line of excellence, it was much shorter than the one next to me, mediocrity.  Over time I watched my line shrink and the other grow at an exponential rate.  The people standing in my line...

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

Agreed! Mediocrity is more like a disease, which unfortunately is hard to treat and, most importantly, easy to tolerate nowadays. If everyone had an attitude of excellence (which doesn't mean that you have to be excellent but at least make an effort for that), the world would be such a great place...

24/1/2017
Preston 🐝 Vander Ven

Preston 🐝 Vander Ven

Great Article. I wanted to share what I heard in an audio I was listening to. The speaker said that mediocrity was the result of the comfort or slight discomfort zone and excellence was result of someone taking action due to two reasons. The first reason of this action is a vision, like a positive goal, and the second is not a set destination yet only to leave where they are, their "pain".
He ended comparing mediocrity with a joke about dog laying on a porch making moaning sounds. The friend of the owner of the dog says, "What is wrong with your dog?" The dog's owner replies, "He is laying on a nail. It just doesn't hurt enough to move."

8/12/2016

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