- 28/05/2017Estupendo artículo sobre la presentación de Tips para Emprender en RRHHDigital. Equipazo de lujo liderado por @Cristina Alvarez Pagán.
Comments28/05/2017 #3 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.inspiring bees
- 28/05/2017Hardship often prepares an ordinary person for an extraordinary destiny. — C. S. Lewis
Remember that you are being prepared for something greater today!
Comments28/05/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.you know what, fully endorse these words
- Producer28/05/2017INTRIGUING LIFE!Sarama, a girl of her mid-thirties, works as a domestic help to number of houses, majority of them are from affluent class and offers handsome financial package to her as remuneration from which she maintains her livelihood. At a very tender age,...
Comments28/05/2017 #5 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.love this one, full of wisdom, please combine them in a big book of all your stories!!!!
- 28/05/2017En Algún Lugar Sobre el Arco Iris. Una de las Canciones con más Sentimiento que conozco. La Compuso Cuando sabía que Moría por la enfermedad de Obesidad Mórbida que padecía.OFFICIAL Somewhere over the Rainbow - Israel "IZ" Kamakawiwoʻole Download the Song: http://www.izhawaii.com/store Israel "IZ" Kamakawiwoʻole's Platinum selling hit "Over the Rainbow" OFFICIAL video produced by Jon de...
- Producer26/05/2017Trust your senses - Deb Lange Mentor - Review Must ReadEver since I read the book " Trust Your Senses" my body is more aware, able to understand my senses and what it is capable of.There is much wisdom in our body, listen in, sense, intuit your inner language - Deb Lange This book reading journey is...
Comments28/05/2017 #21 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI like this suggestion, "Learning how to trust our senses will give us a newfound freedom and belief the power lies within. Exforming is another important aspect of the book. To let go and realise and be free. " I need to work more on 'exforming.' We still need to come up with a time and date to connect on zoom @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee. I will be out of town beginning Monday the 29th- June 8th. Lets try to connect when I return. Sharing!27/05/2017 #11 Savvy RajWhat a lovely and compelling review my dear @🐝 Fatima G. Williams. And may be you should take it seriously what @Deb Helfrich has said about sensing and connecting deeper with this gift of yours . And as for @Deb Lange .Sensing empowerment all the way... .Success to all your endeavours!26/05/2017 #9 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#7 Being curious is the foundation. Plus, being vulnerable enough to just start talking about those little urgings inside that seem crazy today, because they SEEM so far from where we find ourselves right now.
Do chose to relinquish all guilt. The reason this matters is so you are always facing forward. We all have a journey and there is nothing to regret about a stage where we have to focus on paying the bills, while allowing our heart and imagination to start to pivot us into our right life.26/05/2017 #7 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#6 Deb I should join yourll this time for the webinar. I am tired giving myself excuses for what I want to do as I said in the review I only end up with guilt of not doing what I love. This is one of those books I can always come back to.
Book reviews hmmm I haven't thought of it in that sense. Interesting I shall explore this and see how to expand on it.
The golden heart of thinking what best we can bring out in other's I swear to God I haven't seen it else where other than beBee. I have many who can testify the same.
To be honest I have just started listening to my body Deb and it's tough to change the routine and take that risk but you inspire me to go forth and do the same.
I know not where this journey will take me but I'm curious and that's a good start.26/05/2017 #6 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#4 @🐝 Fatima G. Williams - you have a gift for book reviews, that is for sure! Do you have a sense that this might be related to your calling?
And you absolutely mimicked my experience. @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee, created a book that invites you to experience both her wisdom and our own senses right now, in the present. In the best way, I always ended up reading less than I expected, because her words and the accompanying images compelled me to move, explore, notice, and sense beyond the page, right into a new phase of life.
I also have to recommend that anyone who wants change in their life, think about joining us for the series of webinars that will start again soon. Deb has created a sensory meditation that is a rich way to envision what we want. Both the first and second times I went through the exercise, I felt and imagined very similar things. And then I moved close to the ocean, just as my bodymind suggested.
I live for the sighs, the flood of 'YEP!', these days that I have learned to cultivate via this precious book that arrived in my life at the exact perfect moment. I feel certain it can have a major impact in anyone's life, because our bodies are our compass.26/05/2017 #4 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#1 Thank you @Cyndi wilkins to be honest it is a conscience pricking book. I've taken almost I don't know how many month's to read it thoroughly. Acceptance is the toughest part of the book. As I said I am still on the self-discovery journey with the book and i have to thank both the Debs for this. As even @Deb 🐝 Helfrich has shared life changing experiences with me. Thank you all26/05/2017 #3 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeWow @🐝 Fatima G. Williams to wake up this morning and read thisbuzz is amazing. I like Ve your thirst for knowledge - your thirst for making sense of the world - your thirst for helping others. I am so happy this book opened up a new way for you to have inner freedom . I know we talked about how you are positioning belt affecting others as well as you share with them what you are learning. Keep up the great work. Munch love and blessings to you. Deb xxx
- 28/05/2017I've known Autumn since 1st grade, and have been teaching her the violin ever since. Autumn applied, was accepted, and offered full tuition scholarships to all schools she applied. (Including: Johns Hopkins, Wake Forest, Columbia). Today I attended her "college reveal" H.S. graduation party. She decided to go to Spelman College, and she then gave the reason for her choice. Autumn announced "...first of all, they are paying for everything, and I'm able to double major - pre-med and music! And, since I'm planning on becoming a pediatrician, they are giving me a full scholarship to attend Morehouse Medical School upon graduation. ..Oh, and they're also taking all those AP credits I did in high school, so I'll be entering as a Sophomore. So, I'm going to Spelman, how could I not?" --Way to go Autumn!
- Producer27/05/2017Dare Mighty Things“In the battle of life, it is not the critic who counts; nor the one who points out how the strong person stumbled, or where the doer of a deed could have done better.The credit belongs to the person who is actually in the arena; whose face is...
Comments27/05/2017 #1 Robert CormackEnjoyed the quote and the commentary, @Janet Lentz. Few people know that Roosevelt nearly died on an African safari with his son. He actually thought of shooting himself so he wouldn't hold up the rest of the group. This wasn't one of those expeditions where you ride around in an open-roofed truck. They hiked through some horrible terrain, jungles and swamps. Imagine what that was like for someone with asthma. Thanks for the post.
- Producer09/04/2017a piece of virtual flotsam on the Internet’s wide oceanWhy would you be a piece of virtual flotsam on the Internet’s wide ocean when you obviously have more direction and intention than being tossed on the currents of chanceYou may have been washed up on a particular shore but not through the chance or...
- Producer24/05/2017ServicePreface: Thank you to Kelly Skogen for contributing to this piece, and to Duane France, Pete Hanson and John Henka for the help and support.“Service” (n) is defined by Google Dictionary as “the act of helping or doing work”. Its definition as we...
Comments25/05/2017 #2 Laura MikolaitisA beautifully reflective post @Aaron 🐝 Skogen. My nephew and his wife are both in the Army. We are so proud of them. In fact, when my nephew graduated from Norwich University, I cried at his commissioning. Our niece's husband gave him his first salute. It was such an emotional ceremony on so many levels. Truly a day that reminded us of freedom, gratitude and selfless service.
But you are right, there are many ways we can be involved and serve. Thank you for the reminder and for sharing this with us. May you have a wonderful weekend!24/05/2017 #1 Pascal DerrienAwesome article and awesome song choice too :-) Different country different rules and I did not serve either despite being just a few weeks away from being called up in the early 90's, now I live in a neutral country who is proud of all his UN engagement and peace keeping commitment :-) @Aaron 🐝 Skogen
- Producer25/05/2017How to Never Stop Improving Your Operation (Even at 94)“Building a better battery is the holy grail for people who want better technology. Now researchers at the University of Texas, Austin say they may have found that battery — or something close. But their claims have sparked controversy,” writes...
- 25/05/2017http://www.ad360.eu/consulting #AD360 #Digital #Strategy
Comments25/05/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.inspiring
- Producer25/05/2017The true meaning of successWe're on the culture side of the divide. We view our differences from a slightly different angle. Whereas, success holds different meaning and interpretation. More or less, it depends largely on the accomplishment of an aim or purpose. Without a...
Comments25/05/2017 #3 Vincent 🐝 Manlapaz25/05/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.she is quite an inspiration, Maya
- 25/05/2017Next week look busy Moderating a panel on GDPR @ Tech Summit 2017 followed by an invite to the US Ambassador's residence for a talk on Social Entrepreneurs Gosh I am busier than when I worked :-)
Comments25/05/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.enjoy it and congrats!
Comments25/05/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.stunning nature
- Producer23/05/2017Somewhere along the way... we find ourselves at the crossroadsImagine the fog all over the place. You walk by the road which seems familiar. There is the pub which you visited yesterday. But now it's fading. The same happens to your office on the other side. And now there is nothing more. You stepped on the...
Comments25/05/2017 #9 Sara JacoboviciImportant message @Andrew 🐝 Goldman. Beautifully told. Also love the comments your buzz inspired. Too often we think of stopping as something bad when it's confused with being stuck. At other times stopping can be scary because the fog may clear and you may not like what you see. I am a strong advocate of taking a pause or finding a spot on your path to rest. Your share is a wonderful inspiration to do just that. Thanks!24/05/2017 #7 Jerry FletcherEach day I try to remember the simple truth you provide here. It ain't easy. Getting caught up in the hubbub seems to be a curse of being human. But words like yours make me want to seek out places and times from the past where the fog was a friend. Thank you Andrew.24/05/2017 #3 Deb 🐝 HelfrichNo truer words have ever been uttered, @Andrew 🐝 Goldman....
"Pizza it is."
Or the same thing with a little more detail:
"Don't trade the existing moment of adventure for some goals you are not sure about. Goals are a compass on your ship. The crew, waves of the ocean, the sun and the moon, songs, dancing and work, friends, family, and love, that's a real life. Which we can fully enjoy when we feel it."23/05/2017 #2 Laura MikolaitisGreat job, @Andrew 🐝 Goldman! I love the way you speak to moments. I'm on board. Whether the moments are big, small or somewhere in between we should enjoy them and nurture them. They are nuggets in our chapters of life. This is one of my favorite lines of your post: "cause when we are always moving we can't focus on the simple reality which is all around us." So true.
- Producer25/05/2017Forever Grateful to Roy the cab driver. This is my daughter, Brittany, on her way to graduation Saturday at Ole Miss. The man beside her is Roy, her cab driver for the past 4 years. If you would have asked me 4 years ago, who would play a major role in my daughters college life, I...
Comments25/05/2017 #4 Irene 🐝 Rodriguez EscolarI don't believe people come into your life by coincidence. There is a reason for everything. Of course. Even momentarily, you have to assess, why that person has entered your life. It is not easy to leave our sons and daughters in the hands of ... how good to have wonderful people.
Thank you for telling us such a wonderful anecdote.
- Producer24/05/2017What Does It Take To Be The Best?What does it take if you want to compete with the very best in any field?Often we see the result, not the preparation.We see Michael Phelps dive into a pool and swim like no-one has swum before, but we don’t necessarily see the pain it took him to...
Comments25/05/2017 #9 Tricia MitchellGreat post @Alex Swallow with a lot of truisms. Your comment, "Most people just want to see some improvements compared to what they were like before," reminded me of Kyle Cease talking about how when we use ourselves as a benchmark for improvement, we are limiting our potential. For example, if you made $30,000 last year, you set a goal of $40,000 this year, so your goal is based on the limiting belief that created your earning potential in the past.
https://youtu.be/rGG93siO9u0?t=54s I help people be their best by shining a spotlight on their limitations and supporting them to release them. That way, they achieve their goals faster & opportunities flow to them. Thanks for sharing & have a great day!24/05/2017 #5 Vincent 🐝 Manlapaz@Alex Swallow One of the great posts I have read. Thanks for sharing. If I may add, being the best doesn't mean we must prove that we can do things that others can't. It is a reminder that wanting and desiring doesn't go out for without a reason. I believe, to begin with, we must see the potential of ours and must realize that we already are the best. Our actions must corroborate to our intended goal. I agree, we must seek first to understand what we want to be good at. Only then we can have a clear set of objectives on how we are going carry it out. I'll be keeping an eye on your next post. Glad that you have used beBee.
- Producer23/05/2017How To Be An Olympian In Your Life - Insights From 4 Time Olympian Ruben GonzalezPassion. Purpose. Determination. You probably think you’re heard it all before. Hang on.I’d like to share with you an A-Ha that came up during a conversation with four time Olympian Ruben Gonzalez. He is the only person to have competed in four...
- Producer23/05/2017If HR Tools Had Hearts; Here's the Professional Profile From MineRecently, a former student of mine approached me in a local supermarket; saying that they just wanted to thank me; that even though (at the time) they didn't always grasp the full meaning of some of the “advice” that would find in its way into some...
Comments23/05/2017 #13 Gert Scholtz@Gerald Hecht I think there can be no higher accolade than a student telling his professor that "he is cool". All the best in your more independent pursuit of 1) develop a love of learning in students and 2) strengthening my own love of that feeling of "leaning a bit too far back in one's chair". For me personally the best post to come from your pen. Emoji! Emoji! Emoji!23/05/2017 #12 Gerald Hecht#7 @Vincent Andrew there really is nothing like that feeling of having made a difference...the best is when you see the "Eastern Philosophy Phenomenon" actually happen; a student goes on to surpass (by a large magnitude) your own achievements --and then they find you and thank you...it blows my mind every time it happens; thank you (and everyone) for the engagement on this. Thinking I'm standing at a fork in the road...23/05/2017 #11 Gerald Hecht#6 @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher yeah, it still never fails to make my day; in Louisiana, most students at the State/Public University systems (and yes, in Louisiana it' really is plural: LSU system, SU system, UL System...and I believe one other) are from in state; and many (although a decreasing number) stay in state...so from 18 years of (just my intro courses at SUBR and LSU alone) that's thousands of former students who still live here...those kinds of encounters happen about twice a week on average...and yes, as you say; I think that an opportunity to teach/learn with younger people would be both 1) a chance to really make a difference in a region of the country which desperately needs such phenomena, and 2) a tremendous responsibility --in the best sense of the word, i.e., http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/confederate-monument-supporters-gather-beauregard-statue-4744969723/05/2017 #10 Gerald Hecht#5 @CityVP 🐝 Manjit yeah, I think that's where the "nice work if you can get it" problem has its genesis...social/economic institutions have a "playbook" that "has to be followed" and is monitored with continually evolving tools...still, I can't let go of my idealism entirely (and at my age, I think it's a permanent "condition")...I think if one can reach them early enough...all kids are bright; it's the gig of total flexibility and tailoring of the "curriculum" without being sanctioned for every deviation from the institutionalized playbook/best practices...an overseeing body who would actually be willing to monitor things over sustained periods of time...and also be willing to really redefine (actually, stick to the existing definition [of critical thinking, sound question generation, etc.] which are increasingly empty terms) success...I still believe that where there's a will, there's a way.🤞23/05/2017 #7 Vincent AndrewThe majority of my top students pursue the subject (Economics) that I taught them in school. I feel encouraged by this because this may mean that they see something in the subject that is relevant to them. Maybe the subject fascinated them. The last note I received is from a former student who has now settled in the United States. She sent me a FB message asking how I was and if everything was ok on my side. It's not always we get this kind of messages but it does make you think that somewhere somehow we have made a difference in someone's life. Thanks @Gerald Hecht for a great piece!23/05/2017 #5 CityVP 🐝 ManjitI think it pays to include the prefix "bright". Bright young students are a joy to work with, but unimaginative young people can drain the psyche. Life is too short to end up with a classroom of kids following me, my caveat is looking for young leaders and then I have something to work with and one can reciprocate in a true two way relationship. This is nice work if we can get it, and for me, at least by setting a standard or parameter may lead me to a different place.23/05/2017 #4 AnonymousThe Migrant Mother, still iconic in an entirely new World and context. You know, I planned on being a literature teacher after planning on being a pianist, now I plan to not plan much which might not be very wise. I'm mostly ok with that though, and I still get to go to school all the time, like when I'm reading your words which always make me reflect and think and discover things and people and ideas. I'll click relevant, but it's a Heart button, to me. Thank you!23/05/2017 #2 Gerald Hecht#1 @Yogesh Sukal Exactly! The "clay isn't fired yet"...we could go discover stuff; a chance to be more of a half catcher in the Rye and half fellow student...if that makes sense. Its only recently become a "vision" that keeps knocking on the door...I would want to be (even if the only one, or one of a few) who exerts as much energy as possible into maintaining "fluidity/flexibility of thought...a guide in the technique of "science as sculpture"...the art of discovering things that "don't fit" whatever discovery path we take on a given day and how to "chisel them away"...a "truthish" sculpture --the essence of scientific inquiry!23/05/2017 #1 Yogesh SukalIn my opinion, primary school students are more amazing to teach than a PhD candidates.
As these kids dont know many theories in science & technology, and hence try to imagine more rather than searching the solutions in already studied theories.
Hence they have actual no limits and boundaries to think upon.
Comments22/05/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.awe so sweet!
- Producer22/05/2017Gumption to MoveIt all started with a text on a semi-nice weather day in late March. March 28th to be exact. I was hurrying around at home getting ready for another work day. It had officially been Spring for about a week, and I desperately needed to feel her...
Comments26/05/2017 #9 Laura Mikolaitis#8 Thanks, Deb. I wasn't ready for it to be that warm yet and now it is rainy and cool. I hate to admit it, but the weather does have an impact on my mood. I'm craving some sunshine right about now, but will enjoy this rainy vacation day as much as possible.
I love your referral to the "whisper inside all of us." We do have it and I suppose it is ignited by various things; nature being one of them. My favorite thing the past two mornings has been listening to the rain and birds sing together. It's a peaceful way to welcome the morning.
I hope you are acclimating to New England and that your transition to the east coast is going well. Thanks so much for stopping by my post and sharing your thoughts.24/05/2017 #8 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#7 Said 90 degree day threw me for an enormous loop de loop. @Laura Mikolaitis this post was a needed reminder to work a little each day, establish doable moments of pause and action, to keep summer from taking its toll on me. Because anyone wanting to do seminal research on reverse seasonal affective disorder simply has to message me.
The lunchtime walk and immersion in nature, in all its various incarnations, is exactly the sort of whisper inside all of us that will produce profound results. Most especially if we have a partner in wellness, so that we have reinforcements until the habit is self-perpetuating.23/05/2017 #6 Laura Mikolaitis#3 I agree @Pascal Derrien. On those days when I don't feel like, I have to push a little harder and work through the voice on my shoulder talking me out of it. Although, some days I do let myself rest; especially when I've put in 5 solid days of exercise. It really is the best medicine and the open road has definitely been my therapist through many life challenges the past few years. It's good to step away and to get out of your head for a bit. Things always seem better to me after that break, that's for sure.23/05/2017 #5 Laura Mikolaitis#2 @Jerry Fletcher, go for it! What have you got to lose? I find that some days it doesn't even have to be a long walk. Even a half hour away from things helps get me out of that blah cycle. I say do what works for you. You'll figure it out. It's just the first step that is often the hardest.23/05/2017 #4 Laura Mikolaitis@Aaron 🐝 Skogen, I hear you. This winter was a tough one for me. I got out when I could but certainly not as much as I would have liked. It was my winter of hibernation I suppose. Living in the country, going to the gym isn't necessarily a viable option for me. It's not even on my way home. The yoga studio is though so I may have to tap into that again this coming winter. I was in meetings until after 2:30 today so I didn't get my lunch time walk in and I notice the difference. It's all good though since I'll go tonight and recoup some of that mental clarity. Thanks so much for chiming in!23/05/2017 #3 Pascal DerrienI think it is important to build a routine within the day or at other times if not practical, I cycle more when it is not winter but I run outside all year round no matter what the weather like, now there are days are I don't feel like it but it is the best medicine in the end and I try not to listen to my thin excuses :-)22/05/2017 #1 Aaron 🐝 SkogenThis was like reading my own story @Laura Mikolaitis. Judging by the extra pounds I am carrying this spring, one would think I didn't get outside at all this past winter. Our winter was as bi-polar as yours. I logged more miles on my bike outside in February than I did in March and April. Crazy! In the end your spot on! Taking the time, midday to recharge through physical activity is great for the mind and body. Around lunch is my favorite time to ride. I typically have only so much time, yet making the most of it by pedaling the roads here is the best way I think to spend it. 13.7 miles at lunch today :-)
- 22/05/2017El Condor Pasa - Paul Simon & Garfunkel
Comments22/05/2017 #2 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.love this one @Chas ✌️ Wyatt! thank you and the images, awesome!
- Producer22/05/2017OBITUARY OF GRATITUDE!Once I have been asked While having an encounter with fracas With an agitating bent of mind A man, hailing from human society being entwined Reaching to higher echelon with gleam Ignoring people, who sent him to such elevated...
Comments22/05/2017 #6 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.beautiful! there is something about gratitude, whenever we tap into it, we shift and see things in a much different way @debasish majumder
- 21/05/2017SADE LIVE!! Brilliant encore from the latter day set...outstandingly choreographed. Ford memories of her Abu Dhabi show 12/2012.Musical perfection @Antonio L Rodríguez del Pozo @Dominique 🐝 Petersen Deb Helfrich @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.Sade - Cherish the Day (Live 2011) Taken from the album The Best Of Click here to buy on iTunes http://smarturl.it/TheBestOf Click here to buy Cherish The Day http://smarturl.it/TheBestOf...
Comments24/05/2017 #8 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#7 she is a very beautiful and a unique singer!23/05/2017 #7 Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SA#6 This number on stage is quiet simply breath taking @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. Usually the encore - so the band leave the stage, audience screaming and clapping for more. Arena in blackness.Atmospheric introduction strikes up and Sade's back...dancing her thing in the spotlight, barefoot for this one as you'll see - I guess it's to give her more stability on the platform which is pretty small - suddenly she's rising up from the stage.. ..platform must rise at least 4 metres; the silkscreen comes down to give the appearance that she's dancing amongst the NY skyline backdrop. Brilliantly choreographed not to mention the exceptional musicianship of the band and of course the incredible mellow laid back vocals of the lovely Sade..her unique dance moves are also unbelievable. Hard to believe but she was already 52 in this clip..now 58.
"Cherish the day..."22/05/2017 #6 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.OMG wow!22/05/2017 #5 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.she is one of the greatest, love her music! thank you @Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SA
- 22/05/2017Great Sunday Serenade Student Recital - Bravo to all!Sunday Serenade Recital - May 21, 2017 Violin and Viola Recital Featuring Adam Crane’s Students May 21, 2017 2 pm – Elementary School and Adults 3 pm – Middle School 4 pm – High School Location...