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  1. Carlos Albares Gómez
    “Ven y mira y dime qué veo”.
    Carlos Albares Gómez
    SUPERVISIÓN BREVE ESTRATÉGICA. - Tacto Estratégico
    tactoestrategico.es La Supervisión Breve Estratégica es un recurso de apoyo a la intervención y cuidado de profesionales de la ayuda, desde psicoterapias breves y...
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  2. Carlos Albares Gómez
    Carlos Albares Gómez
    PSICOTERAPIA BREVE ESTRATÉGICA. - Tacto Estratégico
    tactoestrategico.es Psicoterapia Breve Estratégica. Centrados en tu problema, en el presente. Actualmente, abordo tres problemáticas: tabaquismo, disfunción eréctil e...
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  3. ProducerAri Kopoulos

    Ari Kopoulos

    18/01/2017
    Why You Need a Mentor, and How to Find One
    Why You Need a Mentor, and How to Find OneEvery successful person has a mentor. That mentor might be a teacher, parent, sibling, political hero or business associate. One mentoring organisation reports that 25 percent of high potential employees plan to resign within a year, so it becomes...
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    Ari Kopoulos
    19/01/2017 #11 Ari Kopoulos
    #4 Thank you..glad it resonates!
    Ari Kopoulos
    19/01/2017 #10 Ari Kopoulos
    #5 #3 thank you!
    Ari Kopoulos
    19/01/2017 #9 Ari Kopoulos
    #6 Cheers Lisa...thank yoU!
    Ari Kopoulos
    19/01/2017 #8 Ari Kopoulos
    #1 Cheers David...and the true value is when we pay it forward. I suspect you are a mentor!
    Ari Kopoulos
    19/01/2017 #7 Ari Kopoulos
    #2 I like your mentor...truely sagelike.. Master Po!
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    18/01/2017 #6 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    Nice buzz @Ari Kopoulos, very informative. I think mentoring is a great idea. You wrote, " Finding a strong advisor can take your career to the next level and ensure that there’s always someone to guide you when you face difficult tasks. " I think it would also make a person feel less stressed knowing they have a mentor and make for a much smoother transition.
    Ali Anani
    18/01/2017 #5 Ali Anani
    #3 Indeed great insights from @Ari Kopoulos and I like the differentiation between short-term oriented coaches and long-term oriented mentors.
    I fail to express my gratitude to you dear @debasish majumder and I am grateful that I have a person of your high caliber to talk about me like this. I supported you because it was so easy to spot your high quality writings which match your high manners.
    Liesbeth 🐝 Leysen, MSc. beBee Ambassador
    18/01/2017 #4 Liesbeth 🐝 Leysen, MSc. beBee Ambassador
    this is a wonderful post!
    debasish majumder
    18/01/2017 #3 debasish majumder
    Great insight @Ari Kopoulos! i do have experience of a mentor, who alone can change the course of life and give you a magnitude and direction, enabling you to thrive with distinction. mentor is a vector quantity, as i personally experienced a mentor of distinction like @Ali Anani! and i am truly grateful for the social media enabling to interact with a true mentor who has changed my views and vision too! lovely post. enjoyed read. thank you very much for the share.
    Preston Vander Ven
    18/01/2017 #2 Preston Vander Ven
    Great Article. My first mentor gave me a to do list. Until I completed this list, I was not worthy of his time. This list was great. It has two main purposes: to help me find my goals so my mentor new what he what I was striving for, and of course, to see if I was commented. If was going to treat this opportunity as a hobby, he most likely would have given me similar advice yet just passed on a book to read instead of his time.
    David B. Grinberg
    18/01/2017 #1 David B. Grinberg
    Awesome buzz, Ari! I echo your sage advice about the critical importance of mentors to career advancement. I was fortunate to have many mentors to help guide my career when I was younger, which led to positions in the White House and Congress. Nobody does it alone.
    I've shared this in three hives. Keep buzzing🐝🐝✌️️🇺🇸
  4. Dunja Radosavljevic
    Engage your brain with NLP questions and you will easily get into a wonderful flow that creates absolutely no resistance and actually feel easy, true and fun. How does it work? Instead of using regular affirmation like I am pretty, I am smart, I have all the answers, I am becoming rich quickly etc, put those into questions that start with a WHY. Why am I pretty? Why am I smart?, Why do I have all the answers?, Why am I becoming rich quickly?, Why am I allowing myself the opportunity to succeed?, Why are things coming easily to me?, Why do people love me? Why am I so cool? And you are on a roll just keep adding whatever feel natural and positive to you. Add anything you want at this moment and put it into a WHY question – this feel so good immediately because for one it strongly engages your brain which is important for heavily analytical people, and it does so in a positive manner, opening up possibilities and at the same time triggering absolutely nothing, which allows you to sustain these wonderful feelings indefinitely. Try it. Start asking yourself questions and watch your subconscious deliver answers when you least expect it. It’s such a great way to enter the state of flow which is the most creative space you can be in no matter what you job or career or business is. Dunja Radosavljevic
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  5. Dunja Radosavljevic
    Do you believe that work must be a struggle? Do you think that becoming successful entails struggling and doing things you dislike? Do you think that as a female entrepreneur owning a business, you must work so hard, harder than anyone else in order to make it?

    Until recently my answer would be yes to all of the above. I couldn’t see it any other way. Everyone I knew and heard of succeeded by working hard, sacrificing and persisting in the face of never-ending challenges. No one modeled for me effortless, natural success. And I wanna do that for you now because I feel its needed, so that new ways of being in the world can take root within our current reality and can become something other people aspire to because they see its possible.

    Here is what natural success is for me: Recognizing, Containing, Expressing and Expanding on your value in the area that feels most natural to you. Isnt that beautiful – expressing value in the area that feels most natural to you? Doesn’t your mind, body and soul wanna jump into that kind of reality like right now? Yes, I know, it sounds too easy, but indulge me for just little longer. What if it were true? How about you finish this sentence for yourself: If being successful meant to recognize, contain, express and expand in the area that feels most natural to me, then (fill in the blank) – what would you do, feel, see, experience, what would follow if you believed the first statement. Lets hear it!
    Dunja Radosavljevic
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  6. Sara Jacobovici

    Sara Jacobovici

    17/01/2017
    #97 - 3 more to go!!
    Sara Jacobovici
    Revealing Procrastination
    www.linkedin.com My post on LinkedIn, Perceiving Time Can Be In Tense, was the first in a series of posts to focus on understanding our perception of time. I...
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  7. Dunja Radosavljevic
    Slowing down doesnt mean waiting, it means listening. In order to hear yourself, your intuition, your heart, in order to hear your soul and the soul of your loved ones, there needs to be a space for listening, a time for quiet alertness. By creating this when you feel the need, you answer the call of your soul for deeper connection. What do you do when you usually hear this call? How do YOU dear revolutionary women listen deeply? Dunja Radosavljevic
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  8. ProducerAurorasa Sima

    Aurorasa Sima

    15/01/2017
    The Dark Side of Mindfulness
    The Dark Side of MindfulnessMindfulness is extremely useful in everyday life. Mindfulness and meditation can change your brain and help remove the "scars of life". It´s a powerful tool to help with depression and anxiety and can increase your level of happiness - and therefore...
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    Aurorasa Sima
    15/01/2017 #2 Aurorasa Sima
    #1 I agree, Mohammed, in some cases we are serving our gadgets and not the other way around. Thank you for reading, commenting and sharing.
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    15/01/2017 #1 Mohammed A. Jawad
    Too many things, busy life and work schedules, and fast paced worldliness has left human being 'a puppet in the age of machination and digital world'. Presumably, a little mindfulness to examine self and little mindfulness to remember the Almighty Lord is essential in one's life.:)
  9. Aurorasa Sima

    Aurorasa Sima

    15/01/2017
    Free mindfulness gift set: https://goo.gl/S7qp1Y Aurorasa Sima
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  10. Dunja Radosavljevic
    "I try to be alert and available." Bill Murray - what an awesome comment he made in an interview with Charlie Rose. It sums up life for me to the fullest. If you would like to live your life or lead your business alert and available - give me a shout through PM. Dunja Radosavljevic
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  11. ProducerAurorasa Sima

    Aurorasa Sima

    11/01/2017
    Did the executive coaching industry fail?
    Did the executive coaching industry fail?The dose makes the poison Currently, terms like authenticity, emotional intelligence, mindfulness are trending. We want to optimize the way we communicate, we want to be mindful, we want to grow and become more efficient and productive. Companies...
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    Mohammed Sultan
    15/01/2017 #34 Mohammed Sultan
    #33 The concept has been developed specially for top management who are going to qualify for leadership positions and have no time to deal with everyday routine affairs.The intervention is done to widen the time window of the trainees based on a vision building exercise and how could they relate the current vision with the rapidly changing conditions in the marketplace.
    Aurorasa Sima
    15/01/2017 #33 Aurorasa Sima
    #31 That´s an interesting concept, Mohammed, thank you for sharing details. I will admit that I still did not fully understand - that´s probably owed to my lack of English language skills, or that I am not sure which industry/job roles you work with.
    Aurorasa Sima
    15/01/2017 #32 Aurorasa Sima
    #30 Thanks for clarifying, @Phil Friedman, that makes sense to me and I agree. Also ... often, coaches do things intuitively, but they need formal training to understand how they can make what they do intuitively accessible to others.
    Mohammed Sultan
    13/01/2017 #31 Mohammed Sultan
    #28 In "time leadership" we help the leader investigates h/his relation with "time and decisions" in a different way based on h/his "core interests" not his "core skills".The time horizon of time leadership will be stretched more beyond the traditional leadership tasks of operational visioning to the philosophical part of their org vision which includes its identity and purpose.Time leadership will lead to the emergence of a new set of an organizational "core competences" based on the common interests of its people and rooted in the success moments in which they have done things differently.Time leadership,at the end ,will help create an org "common intuition" and expand the cognitive span of its executives beyond the norm and the logic of the traditional leadership tasks.
    Phil Friedman
    13/01/2017 #30 Phil Friedman
    #29 Aurorasa, not saying that training is completely irrelevant. However, it is well known that practitioners who are successful with one approach in a coaching or clinical counseling field are very often successful using other approaches as well. While some are not successful using the same approaches, no matter what. Leading to the conclusion that the contribution made by the practitioner him- or herself is often the key to success. When it comes to dealing with human needs and frailty, you can't just read a book or take a course, and, wham bang, become good at helping people. In your case, for example, I personally perceive a level of empathy and sympathy that cannot be taught but must be nurtured and developed.
    Aurorasa Sima
    13/01/2017 #29 Aurorasa Sima
    #20 Hmmmm .. I think it´s a mix of experience and training you receive.

    After your "coach the coach" class you have to go out there and find clients to gain experience. After a while, what you have learned in theory and praxis will melt together into "your thing".
    Aurorasa Sima
    13/01/2017 #28 Aurorasa Sima
    #22 Could you expand on "time leadership", please? It´s not my area of expertise, but I would like to learn more about the concept.
    Aurorasa Sima
    13/01/2017 #27 Aurorasa Sima
    #19 I think I was more aiming at the delivery (including follow-up) than the quality of coaches.

    I have to say that I started coaching only 3 years ago (and not exclusively executives) so that I have definitely not seen it all or know it all.

    What you are saying about prices seems to be a good point. Maybe we should negotiate from the beginning on that follow-ups are necessary.
    Aurorasa Sima
    13/01/2017 #26 Aurorasa Sima
    #18 Well, that´s an interesting tax construct.

    I´m not saying that I think the quality of coaches is not good. Often it would help if there would be a follow-up after a training.

    What is difficult, especially if you can´t bill the time, is keeping people motivated to repeat whatever information has been shared until it became a skill or habit.

    Often, we go back to our stressful jobs and forget about the training/coaching right after it ended, even though we felt the content made sense and can help us.
    Aurorasa Sima
    13/01/2017 #25 Aurorasa Sima
    #21 Thank you for pointing that out and joining the conversation.
    Aurorasa Sima
    13/01/2017 #24 Aurorasa Sima
    #23 Thank you, dear Emilia. Your support and kind words are much appreciated!
    Emilia M. Ludovino
    12/01/2017 #23 Emilia M. Ludovino
    Great article @Aurorasa Sima, with great points and full of insights. It's always a pleasure to read something that I can relate and written based on years of experience. A big thank you for such a refreshing and real post. Best wishes!
    Mohammed Sultan
    12/01/2017 #22 Mohammed Sultan
    @Aurora Sima. The problem with leadership coaching is that many executives are trained on "core skills" not "core interests".Every executive based on his or her core skills wants to be a leader,but the question is ;are they really have deep interests in creative thinking and the instinct of taking risks rather than the ambition and the prestige of being leaders by the title?Nowadays, leadership training should go beyond "time management" to "time leadership" Executives are in a more need to be trained on how they conceive their leadership role for the future and in different boundaries.The more the coach can expand the cognitive power of the trainee ,the more the individual will be able to stretch his or her thinking beyond the norm, and the more the trainee will be able to pay attention to what's left unsaid or what else question? "Time leadership" training will surface the moments when the trainee has made something different.The more you analyze them you will find the themes or the threads that run through them, and the more you can help him/her to shape their core interests.Thank you for your insightful article.
    Robert Bacal
    12/01/2017 #21 Robert Bacal
    #20 Within each of the professional areas you highlight, there exists models and schools of thoughts that are student centred, client centred, and NOT practitioner centred. Of course, you'd have to have more than a passing knowledge about these disciplines to know that.
    Phil Friedman
    12/01/2017 #20 Phil Friedman
    #19 Pascal and Aurorasa, what People have to realize is that coaching -- like teaching, clinical psychology, and counseling -- is practitioner-centric. Methods, schools of thought, techniques all matter less than WHO THE PERSON IS who is doing it. Effective coaches grow organically, not made. And paying to take and complete a course doesn't turn someone into a coach. Of course, neither does standing on a rock and proclaiming oneself the leader of the next evolutionary level of mankind. Caveat emptor. Cheers!
    Pascal Derrien
    12/01/2017 #19 Pascal Derrien
    too many coaches are kill the coaching industry, in Ireland there is an abnormal ratio of coaches, consultants per square meter it is actually frightening. The excellent ones get shafted by the mediocre ones who offer great prices.....and average service delivery, they all worship gurus like Tony Robbins to a point of obsession.

    It is an industry that need to reset itself but is not homogeneous so maybe it is only a phase.... but I am tired and sometimes cynical when I hear the same things form interchangeable consultant. So to your quesiton, has it failed probably not but the edge is not too far either:-)
    Devesh Bhatt
    12/01/2017 #18 Devesh Bhatt
    One shoe doesn't fit all. It's not an excuse to deny core issues.

    It is derived from bad policies, bad processes, bad communication or bad people.

    I don't think it's a failure, it overperformed and is now normalising to the genuine people when people have become aware .

    They may not know your field but they certainly know how to evaluate coaches better.

    Funny thing in India, Hiring Executive coaches can save companies' tax but hiring an operations/business consultant gets both of us taxed. Clients want to hire an executive coach who teaches their manager operations in the guise of leadership. I don't pick up such assignments because the label would be very restrictive unless they mention my scope in the contract.
    Don 🐝 Kerr
    12/01/2017 #17 Don 🐝 Kerr
    @Aurorasa Sima It's great to see you active. Now, I don't know if it's IQ, EQ or FQ (careful pronouncing that last one) but I entered the professional working world in 1977. In the ensuing 40 years technology has made the great leap forward. From what I can see, human resource management (a misnomer if ever there was one) hasn't changed one goddamn bit except for the adoption of new jargon, lingo and buzz. For all of the corporate world's claims to care for the well being of their most valuable asset they continue to give short shrift to supporting the real humans who work for them. Wall Street, Bay Street, or The City - they demand quarterly results and if those are put in jeopardy by the collateral damage of human kind - too bad. Perhaps there are some shining examples that disprove this - Google, Aetna, Apple, Manulife? Not sure. That would be an interesting track to follow and maybe I shall for another day. In the meantime, thanks again for provoking thought in a meaningful way!
    Aurorasa Sima
    11/01/2017 #16 Aurorasa Sima
    #10 Thank you Harvey!
    Aurorasa Sima
    11/01/2017 #15 Aurorasa Sima
    Good point, Ian. Anything that has to do with changing your ressourceful brain is tricky. The approach you suggested would definitely be the way to go.

    I could see smaller companies with wise leaders adopting it. Large corporations, public companies not so much. It´s not easy to show the ROI on gratitude. Respect ends when sales targets are not met.

    And if companies adapt it ... I´m working on an article "mindfuless to go". Some companies ARE adopting mindfulness programs. But it´s more a play on the old game of increasing productivity and helping people who are suffering from too much pressure to endure even more.

    I deliver my EI training over a period of 30 days and then two more components on days 50 and 80. Supporting people after the initial motivations fades is the hard part.
  12. ProducerGreg Rolfe

    Greg Rolfe

    10/01/2017
    Greatness and the status quo
    Greatness and the status quoIt’s been said that the thing that keeps us from greatness is the status quo. Be that our daily routine or simply the way we are content to say in our comfort zone. Our daily routine is usually a set series of tasks that keep us on track and is...
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    Greg Rolfe
    10/01/2017 #3 Greg Rolfe
    #2 You are so right we do teach repeat the same expect the change. You have most likely heard the quote "practice makes perfect". But if what you are practicing is partially what is wrong. you are not going to getting any better. Getting feed back from others is very helpful when we trust the source, or evaluate the advice from others and apply what strikes us as valuable.
    Preston Vander Ven
    10/01/2017 #2 Preston Vander Ven
    I agree. I believe that everyone can Dream and truly find their Vision on their own. Yet, modifying our pattern's is something that I feel takes influence from outside sources. These sources are those we associate with us, what we read, and what we listen to.
    I have always been able to find my goals, yet I always have a blind spot somewhere. Yet, when I get constructive criticism, and keep learning on a daily basis, I can learn from mistakes and modify my routine. Otherwise, I feel it is human nature to repeat what we have always done, expecting different results. This is Einstein's words of insanity, yet society teaches these patterns generation after generation.
    Adam Weedy
    10/01/2017 #1 Adam Weedy
    I think that people are forced to change. I know there's this perception out there about people who assign themselves arduous tasks solely for the purpose of "seizing the day" but I've yet to see this occur in real life.
  13. ProducerNoble Newman

    Noble Newman

    10/01/2017
    Taking on a Mentor (or Mentee) Today
    Taking on a Mentor (or Mentee) TodayHenry Ford once said “coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” The implementor of assembly-line process manufacturing more than likely knew a thing or two about the importance of collaboration. Ford...
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  14. ProducerFlavio 🇯🇵 Souza 🐝
    Seven Years In Tibet
    Seven Years In Tibetfullcircle innovations is about to be seven years old (it was funded on January 8th, 2010). As the congratulations votes keeping pour on my LI feed, I thought I could write something about the learnings so far here on beBee.Back in 2010, I private...
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  15. ProducerPreston Vander Ven
    Think and Grow Rich by Napolean Hill
    Think and Grow Rich by Napolean HillArticle from Blog Freedom STOP AND WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVENapolean Hill is a top selling author that wrote one of my favorite books that about the topic of money.  I have heard this book called the Bible of wealth.  It was written almost one...
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  16. ProducerRebecca Liston

    Rebecca Liston

    09/01/2017
    Business Trends for 2017 That Will Matter — A LOT
    Business Trends for 2017 That Will Matter — A LOTI am not a psychic. Or a seer.I cannot predict the fall of Rome or whether or not the fields will be overrun with locusts this summer.And no one comes to visit me in some shrine in a cave in the deepest darkest corners of the Peruvian forest.I am,...
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  17. Aurorasa Sima

    Aurorasa Sima

    08/01/2017
    Newsletter is out
    Aurorasa Sima
    01-08-2017 - Predictions & Pain
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    Aurorasa Sima

    07/01/2017
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    Aurorasa Sima
    08/01/2017 #15 Aurorasa Sima
    #14 Thank you very much, Mohammed. A few affirmations are not enough to heal a depressed mind, but if it gives someone sad a minute of break I´m glad.
    Mohammed Sultan
    08/01/2017 #14 Mohammed Sultan
    @Aurorsa Sima .Nature can dictate our emotion and senses.With such gallery of impressive and expressive pictures one can avoid regressing into depression or negative mood.Thank you.
    Aurorasa Sima
    08/01/2017 #13 Aurorasa Sima
    #11 Glad you like them! I made 20 with music to send a positive vibe to people suffering from anxiety too.

    https://www.bebee.com/producer/@aurorasa/20-powerful-affirmations-to-reduce-anxiety
    Aurorasa Sima
    08/01/2017 #12 Aurorasa Sima
    #8 If you are lucky enough to find one with that credentials, good for you.

    100 % agree with the definition of meditation. Just would like to add that by being present you actually get away from everything.

    Yes, rewiring is possible, takes about 90 days but will not happen if you meet the 08/15 doctor that puts you on meds.
    Emily🐝 Bee
    08/01/2017 #11 Emily🐝 Bee
    These are wonderful!
    Aurorasa Sima
    08/01/2017 #9 Aurorasa Sima
    #7 D´accord!

    Yes, it´s a very interesting topic. Perhaps we can dig deeper into it some time.
    Don 🐝 Kerr
    08/01/2017 #8 Don 🐝 Kerr
    #6 However, if you are working with a psychotherapist with an understanding of neuroscience then the benefits of mindfulness based stress reduction practice and it's ability to assist on the neuroelasticity front, i.e., it is never too late to rewire, progress can be made and sustained. I don't ever (now) underestimate the genuine benefit of mindful meditation. While it is far from 'affirming' since it demands that you face adversity and explore it with curiosity and openness leading to acceptance and love, it is effective for many. "The point of meditation isn't to be peaceful, to be better than where you are now, or to get away from everything. It's to be present. Present with whatever is." Waylon Lewis
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
    08/01/2017 #7 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
    #6 I would trust in neuroscience since it is a scientific study of the nervous system, rather than psychotherapy, which could be made up of those in the field but with varying degrees.

    Interesting discussion, Aurorasa, especially relating to traumatic experiences.
    Aurorasa Sima
    08/01/2017 #6 Aurorasa Sima
    #4 I learned three years ago that EI is not always enough when I discovered that 8 years of traumatic experience had changed my brain.

    Similar to anxiety and depression, traumatic experience changes our brains in a way that regions of the brain that do not serve us when it comes to achieving goals and happiness become part of our default mode network (the DMN turns on when we "turn off" = relax).

    Affirmations can never be more than a short positive sprinkle for a depressed person, for as long as they did not retrain their brain - for which everyone is in needed to check out my offering.

    I don´t trust in psychotherapy. I trust in neuroscience.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
    07/01/2017 #4 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
    #3 Yes, that's unfortunate and finding a cure for those that are diagnosed is iffy.
    Aurorasa Sima
    07/01/2017 #3 Aurorasa Sima
    #1 That is very true, dear Franci. And then there is also the social stigma. 350 Million suffering from depression (WHO), plus all the people that have not been diagnosed.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
    07/01/2017 #1 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
    Thank you for sharing, Aurorasa! This is an inspiring selection of positive affirmations. Depression is difficult to detect as it can tuck itself away deep in the mind. There are some obvious signs but not always. It's transparency is frequently elusive and treatment is a guessing game. Depression=the hidden disease.
  19. Aurorasa Sima

    Aurorasa Sima

    07/01/2017
    I like this.
    Fred Luskin, PhD: What Is Forgiveness?
    Fred Luskin, PhD: What Is Forgiveness? This video series is a dialogue between Dr. Fred Luskin, who holds a PhD in Counseling and Health Psychology from Stanford University where he served as...
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  20. ProducerAurorasa Sima

    Aurorasa Sima

    07/01/2017
    20 Powerful Affirmations To Reduce Anxiety
    20 Powerful Affirmations To Reduce AnxietyVideo version with soothing music or if you want to download the affirmations that resonate the most with you, grab them on slideshare. Downloadable Powerpoint Version: HERE  -- Aurorasa SimaEmpowermentalist/Coach/Emotional Intelligence Trainer...
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    Emily🐝 Bee
    09/01/2017 #4 Emily🐝 Bee
    Oh yes, majority of my life. Affects all aspects & can be quite severe. :-(
    Aurorasa Sima
    08/01/2017 #3 Aurorasa Sima
    #1 Thank you, Emily! I was not aware that this is an issue for you. I´ll PM you something really useful in about 2 days/as soon as I can.
    Emily🐝 Bee
    08/01/2017 #2 Emily🐝 Bee
    Shared to 3 relevant Hives :-)
    Emily🐝 Bee
    08/01/2017 #1 Emily🐝 Bee
    I can't wait to try this! What an ingenious idea @Aurorasa Sima, thank you. I am a true anxiety sufferer, so I greatly appreciate this.
  21. Aurorasa Sima

    Aurorasa Sima

    07/01/2017
    From me with love to you. Also available as video edition with empowering music.

    Use this slideshow to download the affirmations that resonate the most with you.
    Aurorasa Sima
    Affirmations For Anxiety
    www.slideshare.net Use this affirmation to power up. Positive words produce positive thoughts that lead to positive results. Give it a...
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  22. ProducerJim Cody 🐝

    Jim Cody 🐝

    06/01/2017
    10 Things That Will Change Your Life
    10 Things That Will Change Your Life 1. Put your cellphone down. Unless you are calling someone. We spend too much time on our electronic devices. Make it part of your 2017 goal to spend more time with family and friends. Talking may once again become a vibrant part of your...
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    Jared 🐝 Wiese
    10/01/2017 #19 Jared 🐝 Wiese
    #18 Likewise to you, good sir! Thx for the kind reply.
    Jim Cody 🐝
    10/01/2017 #18 Jim Cody 🐝
    @Jared 🐝 Wiese Thanks for kind comments and insight. May 2017 bring you rich blessings.
    Jared 🐝 Wiese
    10/01/2017 #17 Jared 🐝 Wiese
    Great thoughts, Jim! Resonates with me so much. We so often get distracted with the corporate ladder, or simply our own busy-ness of life. Taking time to pause, reflect and plan daily is so key - not just once a year!

    #3 & #9 remind me of Getting Results the Agile Way by J.D. Meier.
    #4 Reminds me of the Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod.
    #5 is like Affirmations to me. Keys I like to remember are :
    1) Personal ("I" am doing something. Nobody is doing it for me),
    2) Positive (I am "not" poor ==> I have enough and am getting more!) and
    3) Present tens (I will be rich ==> I AM abundant in ...).
    #6 & #8 are like gratitude - for the good and the bad

    ... I wrote a post on Six Minute Scribing that works on all of these with 6 daily questions - if you are interested. It helps keeps me focused and grounded.
    Hoping it adds to your great post and might help inspire someone, like you said in #3.

    (NOTE: If you want to be tagged, move your 🐝 after your first name ;)
    Jim Cody 🐝
    07/01/2017 #16 Jim Cody 🐝
    #15 Absolute not, but many choose to be poor... something I'll never understand. To change your life you must first have a positive attitude. Second you must set obtainable goals. Third you must work your a__ off and do whatever it takes. Most of all you must have faith in yourself and mankind. God Bless.
    Roy Daggs
    07/01/2017 #15 Roy Daggs
    So you mean if I decide I'm not poor, I will be rich.
    Jim Cody 🐝
    07/01/2017 #14 Jim Cody 🐝
    #13 @John White, MBA I'm not sure about brilliant but thanks for the compliment. More like well seasoned and knowledge from "hard-knocks of life. Happy New Year my friend.
    John White, MBA
    07/01/2017 #13 John White, MBA
    Brilliant advice from a wise man. Thanks, Jim!
    Jim Cody 🐝
    07/01/2017 #12 Jim Cody 🐝
    #6 Thanks
    Jim Cody 🐝
    07/01/2017 #11 Jim Cody 🐝
    #5 @Richard Buse Thanks for comments. Motivation comes within, however having a positive outlook inspires those who come in contact with you.
    Jim Cody 🐝
    07/01/2017 #10 Jim Cody 🐝
    #4 @Laura Mikolaitis You're very welcome "I'm going to" is much better than I will try. Let's make 2017 greater.
    Jim Cody 🐝
    07/01/2017 #9 Jim Cody 🐝
    #3 @David B. Grinberg You're welcome. If I inspire only one person it is worth my time. Buzz-on in 2017
    Jim Cody 🐝
    07/01/2017 #8 Jim Cody 🐝
    #2 I've realized that smiling makes me happy. Most of all it's infectious. Happy New Year.
    Jim Cody 🐝
    07/01/2017 #7 Jim Cody 🐝
    #1 Thanks @Emily🐝 Bee Lets do more and less trying in 2017.
    debasish majumder
    07/01/2017 #6 debasish majumder
    lovely insight @Jim Cody! enjoyed read. thank you for the share.
    Richard Buse
    07/01/2017 #5 Richard Buse
    @Jim Cody. Wonderful tips, Jim. Thanks for sharing them. What I try to remember is that while some days are bound to be better than others, no day should be regarded as a throwaway day. Yes, planning and patience are important, but every day presents opportunities to take positive actions and to nurture ourselves. Life is not meant to be lived passively.
    Laura Mikolaitis
    07/01/2017 #4 Laura Mikolaitis
    I'm with @Emily🐝 Bee...I particularly am akin to No. 5. Removing "try" from the sentence gives it a completely different context. And, I believe, increases the accountability factor. Thanks for these practical tips Jim Cody. Wishing you a great year ahead!
    David B. Grinberg
    07/01/2017 #3 David B. Grinberg
    Thank you, Jim, for an outstanding read filled with practical and easily applicable advice. Each one of your 10 points make perfect sense, although I'm having some trouble disconnecting. Keep buzzing throughout the new year!
    Lyon Brave
    07/01/2017 #2 Lyon Brave
    I once fell in love with a person just because they smiled a lot. Smiling will definitely make people like you, maybe a little too much
    Emily🐝 Bee
    07/01/2017 #1 Emily🐝 Bee
    Love these, especially #5. I admit I say "try" a lot.
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