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  1. ProducerTaseer MK

    Taseer MK

    02/08/2016
    The beautiful British Columbia: the best place to study, work, immigrate and raise a family
    The beautiful British Columbia: the best place to study, work, immigrate and raise a familyWhen thinking of immigrating to Canada through ACEducation Services, the city you choose would have a great impact on your future life whether it is family, recreation, work or schooling of your children. And, for a richer and beautiful that you are...
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  2. ProducerTaseer MK

    Taseer MK

    29/07/2016
    The beautiful British Columbia: the best place to study, work, immigrate and raise a family
    The beautiful British Columbia: the best place to study, work, immigrate and raise a familyWhen thinking of immigrating to Canada through ACEducation Services, the city you choose would have a great impact on your future life whether it is family, recreation, work or schooling of your children. And, for a richer and beautiful that you are...
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  3. ProducerRebel Brown

    Rebel Brown

    12/06/2016
    4 Tips to Handle Woman Bullies in Business
    4 Tips to Handle Woman Bullies in BusinessA number of my coaching clients are dealing with unreasonable women bosses who are just plain bullies in business. Most of the women I know have dealt with a nasty woman at some point in time or another. I've known some doozies myself. I've dealt...
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    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    19/06/2016 #43 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #39 Aren't you so kind for looking up my father's surname? Great definition...now I'll have to live up to it lol...but no, in all seriousness, I had no idea of this, so that was truly grand of you to share! Thank you!
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    19/06/2016 #42 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #36 Gosh, you are so meticulous...ahhh. But that's because you're a genius! Everything you write is not only stimulating, but I love the social significance and the world-view you have. If I grow up, I want to be like you...!
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    19/06/2016 #41 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #34 Oh, I'm brewing up something good, and you're the 2nd person who has called me the "Queen Bee!" WoW. Never thought I'd live to see the day. I feel like I just won an Award! You are too gracious...but thank you for giving me another surprise smile! God's best to you.
    Ali Anani
    18/06/2016 #40 Ali Anani
    #37 @Rebel Brown- Our discussion put me in the mood of writing. It resulted in a post I have just uploaded on "Indicators that are not".
    Ali Anani
    17/06/2016 #39 Ali Anani
    #32 Being the first time I meet a lady with the name Aranda I have just checked what it means. AMong the descriptions I found this one "You have a bubbling, spontaneous nature and a happy-go-lucky outlook which helps smooth the pathway of life".Is that you @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD. At least I find it consistent with what I thought of.
    Ali Anani
    17/06/2016 #38 Ali Anani
    #37 I only write when I feel the passion @Rebel Brown. I have so many ideas on the shelf. When I only have the passion to write and the feelings it has something to add to the reader I do. BTW_ rarely I have published more than one post a day. I don't have a calendar on when to publish. As soon as I have finished with the post I publish.. Posts of value will get their credit. I have few presentations which drew more than ten thousand views one year later. It depends if we think of the present value or the future value. With this I say I value your comment.
    Rebel Brown
    17/06/2016 #37 Rebel Brown
    #36 I dont post based on when I'll get the most views @Ali Anani I post when my heart leads me to write and share. And I only write one post a day max because I want to give it the attention it deserves....
    Ali Anani
    17/06/2016 #36 Ali Anani
    #33 I find that my posts on Fridays are the least viewed. My post of today--even one of the most difficult to write- had less than fifth of views I normally get. So, you are smart enough to spread it out @Rebel Brown View more
    #33 I find that my posts on Fridays are the least viewed. My post of today--even one of the most difficult to write- had less than fifth of views I normally get. So, you are smart enough to spread it out @Rebel Brown. For me, the important thing is to breathe out what goes in my lungs and see what happens. Close
    Ali Anani
    17/06/2016 #35 Ali Anani
    #32 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD- I dedicate my next post to your appreciative soul. I nicknamed you "The passionate pollinator". In fact you are the queen.
    Rebel Brown
    17/06/2016 #34 Rebel Brown
    #32 Great to see you here Margaret!!! I can tell you smile all the time, look at your pic! Looking forward to learning more about you here and in the Breakout Women hive:) Be Unstoppable out there!
    Rebel Brown
    17/06/2016 #33 Rebel Brown
    #29 Coming tomorrow Ali. I had another post thats been on my mind for over a week so I just buzzed it today:) I'm trying to pace myself on beBee so it's quality over quantity:)
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    16/06/2016 #32 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #25 I love that thought, and there has to be a mental process of choice behind the one who picked the photos....so I'd say, "Yes" Ali Anani, you're on to something. And what a continued inspiration, @Rebel Brown View more
    #25 I love that thought, and there has to be a mental process of choice behind the one who picked the photos....so I'd say, "Yes" Ali Anani, you're on to something. And what a continued inspiration, @Rebel Brown, especially because people say that I smile all the time, too. Looking forward to more articles! Close
    Rebel Brown
    16/06/2016 #31 Rebel Brown
    Thanks for sharing my post in my hive. DUH.... I'm learning how to buzz @Cat Gal U.:)
    Ali Anani
    15/06/2016 #30 Ali Anani
    #28 I wrote once a post titled "Places not for them". I refered to people sitting in the front row to get captured by the TV camera. But then few ministers walked in and these people had to evacuate their seats. They appeared on TV camera being asked to move to the back rows. This topic interests me hugely @Rebel Brown
    Ali Anani
    15/06/2016 #29 Ali Anani
    #27 That is a great offer Rebel @Rebel Brown and I have an idea to write a buzz on. But still, I believe your photos disclose a lot about you. And so are mine (just ignore the gray hair). I am waiting with enthusiasm for your post.
    Rebel Brown
    15/06/2016 #28 Rebel Brown
    #26 Isnt it amazing that people are placed in positions of authority with little if any experience and skills? I see it all the time in my corporate clients. Men and Women. What bugs me is that in my experience, these are the folks that become the biggest bullies. My supposition is that it's because they know they don't have the skill set and are afraid they will be "found out." So they go on the offensive with anyone who HAS the skills so that they can distract and conquer. SORRY you had that experience. Been there too many times and NONE of us deserve it...
    Rebel Brown
    15/06/2016 #27 Rebel Brown
    #25 There is Ali! The whole body language thing is actually unconscious programming from caveman days. Im going to post an article I wrote about it for you... along with my free ebook that explains how you can let your body talk to create immediate trust and rapport with everyone you meet:) Hows that????
    Randy Keho
    13/06/2016 #26 Randy Keho
    Good stuff, @Rebel Brown. After about two months, I resigned from my first job out of graduate school due to a female boss who was a bully. I should have known something was amiss when I was offered the job two weeks after it had already been filled. I was the second choice, but, what the hell, it was a great job with the medical school of a Big 10 university. I soon found out that this woman hadn't a clue of how to successfully manage her two-person press office, but she wasn't going to let that stop her. She was the butt-kissing type, and, to her, every doctor deserved a smooch on both cheeks. She couldn't understand why our press releases weren't getting into the local paper. Well, she demanded that every release contained the doctor's alphabet soup of a title behind his name. She simply couldn't offend a doctor. Well, I knew full well that newspaper editors, of which I had been one, don't play those games, There is a style book to follow (Associated Press, etc.). They just don't print what you give them and they don't have time to have some intern rewrite press releases. They go directly into the circular file. Nonetheless, she was relentless, even though I tried to explain to her what the issue was. She wouldn't believe me. Then, as I was sitting across from her desk, I saw it. On her bookshelf was a three-ring binder entitled, "How to Write Press Releases." She got the job through connections and was "home schooled." I knew it was a lost cause. I took a day off, accepted another job offer, and returned to be the second person to resign from the position in two months. She freaked out at me and called me an ungrateful SOB. I don't know whatever happened to her, but shortly afterwards, her husband was dismissed from his position as a school superintendent. He had ruffled the wrong feathers, too.
    Ali Anani
    13/06/2016 #25 Ali Anani
    #24 @Rebel Brown- Lots have been said about body language. I wonder if there is a "photo language". Seeing your photo and understanding it tell me you laugh a lot at issues that may infuriate others. May be we have a new theory on photos language.
    Rebel Brown
    13/06/2016 #24 Rebel Brown
    #23 The simple key, @Ali Anani, is to focus on what you want and simply ignore the things you dont want. I pretty much laughed my way through the day - which had so many roller coaster moments that I had to laugh a lot:)
  4. ProducerGraham Corsar

    Graham Corsar

    07/06/2016
    Coming Home to Saskatchewan?
    Coming Home to Saskatchewan?Are you moving home to Saskatchewan? Have you spent the last few years commuting up north from home in Saskatchewan? As the economy changes in western Canada, people are on the move – you might be one of them. A couple months ago an article in...
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  5. Navinya Lee

    Navinya Lee

    09/05/2016
    My thoughts are with those effected by this sad event.
    Navinya Lee
    Fort McMurray, a Canadian Oil Boom Town, Is Left in Ashes
    www.nytimes.com Fast-moving wildfires have consumed entire swaths of a town that had drawn residents with fat paychecks and second chances, though some residents vow to...
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  6. Jim Taggart

    Jim Taggart

    24/04/2016
    It's time that Canada earned its reputation as a peace-loving country.
    Jim Taggart
    Canada’s War on Women
    changingwinds.wordpress.com Something’s wrong, seriously wrong, in peace-loving Canada. Actually the peace-loving label is bullshit, merely a stereotype constructed by those living in other countries, embraced by deluded...
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    Jim Taggart
    28/04/2016 #2 Jim Taggart
    #1 Thanks Pamela.
    Pamela L. Williams
    25/04/2016 #1 Pamela L. Williams
    Brilliantly written article.