Joyce 馃悵 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee

Joyce 馃悵 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee

11/9/2017 路 4 min read 路 +100 路 43
To beBee in English and 32 more
Preston 馃悵 Vander Ven

Preston 馃悵 Vander Ven

9/2/2017 路 4 min read 路 +600
To Sales and 32 more
How To Market Yourself On beBee

How To Market Yourself On beBee

beBee is the becoming the most powerful social networking site to help you grow your business.聽 It makes Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook, and YouTube seem like social networking sites for kids.聽 Remember, those are still great tools to use, when used...

Preston 馃悵 Vander Ven

Preston 馃悵 Vander Ven

Payton Maurer thanks. I like your title a lot more. So, I took your suggestion. Also, thanks for the share. I really enjoy when others help tailor my buzzes. It makes them better to enjoy for the Hive.

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Payton Maurer

Payton Maurer

How To Market Yourself On beBee

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Jim Murray

Jim Murray

9h ago 路 2 min read 路 ~10
To beBee in English and 2 more
The Hourglass

The Hourglass

I have been around for more than 70 years and throughout the entirety of my life there has been a war going on somewhere.Displaced innocent people. State sanctioned murders. Atrocities beyond belief. All committed in the name of my cause is more...

Jim Murray

Jim Murray

Thanks Gerry. All the best to you as well. I'll email you a get of of jail free card.

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Gerald Hecht

Gerald Hecht

Jim Murray Sadly --and having heard it said many times before it began to sink in: "Respite from gun fire" is just another term for "reloading their weapons"...nevertheless, best wishes for a peaceful and meaningful Christmas to you and your loved ones.

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Debasish Majumder

Debasish Majumder

8h ago 路 2 min read 路 ~10 路 1
To beBee in English and 1 more
ELEGY OF BIRDS!

ELEGY OF BIRDS!

Crow, Sparrow, Linnet and many birds Being summoned by Pigeon with an ardent urge 鈥楶lease listen my dear friends and kindly gather Humans always stare at us and clatter Expressing their envy and utter Birds of same feather flock together...

Gerald Hecht

Gerald Hecht

1d ago 路 3 min read 路 ~10 路 5
To Medical Researchers and 8 more
Alright, so I was in a Federal Prison

Alright, so I was in a Federal Prison

http://psiwebsubr.org/Prison_Award.pdfI know, I know, that's no excuse for not writing, not calling mom, getting behind in Christmas Shopping and appearing to ignore my fellow bees. I'm sorry. Okay?I enjoy sharing my whacky adventures as much as...

Gerald Hecht

Gerald Hecht

Thank you for the kind words Luiz Henrique Souza .E. It is no fun being in the "big house"! I have done my time, however, and you and so many other bees are the single most important factor in my transition back into society; I am most grateful! Many folks unwilling to give folks who have spent time in Federal Prison --well, a second chance, quite frankly. Thank you again, and may you and yours have a restorative holiday season...a very merry krimble!

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Gerald Hecht

Gerald Hecht

Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador I must say --this was hands down...the most interesting adventure I've had in years! I was starting to think that all of those degrees in Neurophysiology, Neuropharmacology...heck --Neuroblahblahwhatever --were for nothing; just goes to show you! Thank you very kindly for reviewing Bill --and may you and yours have a most merry kringle!

3h ago
Kevin Pashuk

Kevin Pashuk

21/11/2016 路 4 min read 路 ~100 路 2
To beBee in English and 5 more
What's in it for Me?

What's in it for Me?

My job is to bring change into organizations. Sometimes it鈥檚 big change, to do things that were never done before. Other times, it is doing something differently so that the organization is more efficient. I have noticed something over the...

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

Change management is a bell curve no matter how approached. You offer up a better solution to the bell curve of adoption. I have found that many just don't like change period, there is no buy-in regardless of presentation. One of our rules in change management is the reduction of lost personnel.

Today everyone is a valued member of the team, once we introduce change then the value meter starts to get radical. Accepting this as part of the management process is crucial. Don't respond negatively to feedback in the first 30-60 days. Be empathetic. After this period the value meter must be served.

Great story and i will check out the book Kevin Pashuk

22/11/2016
Robert Cormack

Robert Cormack

Thanks for the post, Kevin. I'm always intrigued by certain lines (this one in particular): As Donald Norman points out, 鈥渋t doesn't matter if it is hard to use, expensive, or ungainly. It doesn't matter as long as the benefits are sufficiently great: if the task is important, valuable, and can't be done in any other way.鈥
My early experience with computers was certainly driven by "need" (still is), but I've also lost the desire to waste long hours learning something that could have been explained much more clearly (and simply). Microsoft didn't give a shit. Apple used to try, but not anymore. To be honest, as I grow old (and I ain't young), what I regret more than anything is the time I've wasted trying to figure out programs and links, etc. It may be fun for some people, but it produces NOTHING. I know I'll get an argument here, but we're the least productive and imaginative society to come along in centuries. We live for silly things like "likes" and "links" and "shares," forgetting that we're here on this earth to make an imprint. If you're Elon Musk, then embracing technology is a wonderful thing because he's advancing society. But simply using programs and technology because they're "neat" is a waste of time. I say to people: "Imagine you're on your deathbed. What do you want to be remembered for? THIS? You played on your computer?" The first thing I'd say to Donald Norman is: "Define important tasks. If it's making you better at what you do (and you're doing something) great. If you're just playing, grow up."

22/11/2016

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