- Producer20/06/2016Dear LinkedIn: Is My Armpit Bad For Business?(This post has recently caused a stir on LinkedIn. I'd like to share it with my fellow beBee subscribers.) * * * I’ve been posting my essays on...
Comments17/09/2016 #54 Claire Cardwell#46 I love your profile pic! I am also getting v. close to 50 and recently after yet another LinkedIn post on L.I.O.N.S. I changed my profile pic to one with me sitting with lion cubs! I can not believe that they are not doing something about the people that pose rather revealing selfies.....17/09/2016 #53 Donna-Luisa Eversley@Rebecca Brockway ... where do I start.. Love your arms - and armpits, if I showed mines someone may have a heart attack ( hahaha - kidding on the heart attack!) You sure rock and at any age you will. It is the essence of who you are which shines through your photo. You are enjoying the freedom age now provides and why shouldn't you. Your smile and glow tell the story reflected in your eyes. Sometimes folks are insecure in their own images and self and reflect this on what they see in others. There was a time many years ago, I felt the perfect standard photo was the one to be shared, but threw that thought out when I turned forty... hahaha, now everyone gets to see me. It is sad that some folks won't get to experience the freedom of enjoying a beautiful self - but that's something they need to figure out.
Looking out for your stories, because I'm approaching fifty in a few years and once I'm around the world will need to get ready for me!27/06/2016 #49 Rebecca Brockway#48 In the past, I've had to grab me by the scruff of the neck and give myself a talkin' to: "Rebecca, if you choose to waste your life fretting about your age, believing that you no longer measure up, then it's nobody's loss but your own!" That snapped me out of the doldrums. Nowadays, I prefer to grab the world by its tail! I expect your gorgeous self to do no less, Mamen Delgado!22/06/2016 #48 Mamen DelgadoThere is something about getting older that I love (I am 48 years). I admire people, whatever the gender they are, who are truly happy within themselves and that´s a state that not everyone can reach. And you certainly are there dear @Rebecca Brockway View moreThere is something about getting older that I love (I am 48 years). I admire people, whatever the gender they are, who are truly happy within themselves and that´s a state that not everyone can reach. And you certainly are there dear @Rebecca Brockway, the rest is anecdotal. 😘 Close22/06/2016 #46 Dale Masters@Rebecca Brockway I really don't know what to say...except that the woman who contacted you really, really needs to get a life. I don't mean this sarcastically. People like this baffle me. To me, it's inane that she would contact you about such a thing, but, then again,I think that 95% of what the world is involved in is inane. Again...not sarcastic. Truthful. I can just imagine what LinkedIn would say if I posted an updated profile pic!22/06/2016 #45 Rebecca Brockway#44 Hi Vanessa! Although I've never viewed your "old" profile pic, I like the new one very much. You don't look "scruffy" in the least. You look naturally feminine . . . lovely! You're right about the benefits of "pulling away from the pack." It's good for the soul, and I hope it proves to be beneficial marketing as well. For more on the topic, I invite you to read my beBee article: "Do You Believe in the Power of One?" Thank you so much for contacting me. Bee well :-)22/06/2016 #44 vanessa ropihaHilarious post @Rebecca Brockway on a matter that could be taken very personally. I think your picture catches your personality well. I have recently changed mine from the professional all smiling corporate shot to now looking a tad scruffy. I don't t like having to fit the norm of expectations and maybe this might go against me in the LinkedIn world. But as you get older you start to realise that sometimes its good not to be part if the pack and just be yourself. If other people cant handle it then whose fault is that?21/06/2016 #42 Rebecca Brockway#34 #28 Neal Rauhauser: A lot of women are very self-conscious about their physical "flaws." I am too. But, I'm also very grateful for my strong, healthy body. I'm not willing to forfeit my enjoyment of life's pleasures due to concerns about how I look. Thank you for contributing your thoughts.21/06/2016 #41 Rebecca Brockway#35 I am a writer, Jason Attar, so my "professional" attire may be different from the attire worn by a woman in an office setting. A male LinkedIn member suggested a new fashion trend: men's sleeveless business suits! That would certainly do a lot to promote office equality! ;-)
- Producer12/09/2016GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTENThis image of this card is not retouched in any way. The skyline was truly spectacular. I am fuzzed due to the camera being focused on the Twin Towers. I produced this as a card on photo paper and mailed these out to many. It was postmarked December...
- Producer06/09/2016Selecting and Importing Images/ by Dr Margaret Aranda / For any Production, you need good images. Let's say you are looking for a picture of a car lights.Please find 2 pictures, or 3 when you have a lot to say.Remember that graphs, algorithms, pie charts, and diagrams portray...
Comments07/09/2016 #11 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDTagging @WILLIAM C. BALLARD II, @Manish Nair | Research Postgrad, @Kirstie-Sweetie Louise, @Hemu Rayamajhi, @Naeem Masih, @Stacy Hall, @Victoria Lewin, @Lisa Gallagher, @David Grinberg, @Bill Stankiewicz, @Michele Williams, @Aurorasa Sima, @Charlene Burke, @Adriana Bevacqua García, @Lina Ruiz Bravo, @Angela Maria Cardona Gomez, @Linda Rubino, @Maria Paz Hueso Luque, @LUNA OROZCO, @Ray Looker, @Randy Smith, @Nicole Chardenet, @Valeria Gazzara Coach, @David Vernon, @Vincent King, @Annmarie Sherlock and more.07/09/2016 #7 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#2 Now studies show that for disabled cars on the side of the road, hazard lights blink and attract a drunk driver to actually crash into the car ~ so better to drive off the road and never change a flat tire with your body sticking out into a highway ~ that too causes many mortalities/year. Nice key points here.07/09/2016 #6 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#1 Thanks, @Gordon Pye, nice on the blue lights ~ that's the 'affinizing' part of beBee, when one conversation stimulates another! I love cars and would truly be interested in learning more. Do you have an article? That would make a great Buzz or Production; Tag me please if you find it!06/09/2016 #2 Gordon Pye@Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD I've got more important UK fish to fry at the moment but one day I will write a history of British Motorised Haulage post WW1., As for headlights, up until the 50s we drove on sidelights and a Spot aimed at the Kerb about 50 yards ahead. An old guy who I once picked up as a hitcher on Trade Plates at Luton told me how using headlights became mandatory after a drunk was run over and killed by a lorry on the outskirts of Birmingham one wet and stormy dark night.06/09/2016 #1 Gordon PyeI find the snazzy " Ice Blue " lights fitted to many executive cars are a menace on unlit roads as they close down your pupils and blind you from seeing anything past them. The older Halogen headlights were OK, but they need to be at least 7 inch and round, square lights are useless and may confuse Owls resulting in their road death !
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