- Producer28/06/2017College Search: How Do I Find the College That's Best for MeDeciding which college to go to is often challenging and stressful because there are so many things you should take into account. There are many items on your checklist, from academic ranking, tuition and living costs, to student housing and campus...
- Producer28/06/2017Let’s Get Personal – Recruiter, InMail and Other Communication Strategies that WorkGetting Personal with LinkedIn InMailToday I read an article by Catherine Byers Breet, a self-proclaimed “recovering recruiter,” on “How to contact a recruiter on LinkedIn.” As you can imagine, recruiters get bombarded by InMails and connection...
Comments28/06/2017 #1 Javier 🐝 beBee@Brenda Bernstein great advise !
"Get Personal !!!!!!!!!! Exactly THIS IS IS BEBEE. beBee gets Personal.
After handling the logistics, it’s a simple trick to inspire people to open messages: Write something personal!
Yep. That’s it. All you need to do to increase the open rate on your InMails is to establish a personal connection. If you don’t, you can be sure that approximately half of your intended recipients will not read what you’ve written."
beBee is a global site where you can strike up a conversation with anyone about anything that interests you.
Personal connection speaks louder than any resume ever will. beBee understands that there's a lot more to you than just business. The idea behind beBee as a networking site is that your personal interests can lead to business opportunities. beBee enables you to form meaningful human connections on a personal and professional level.
- 27/06/2017How Algae Can Help Sweden Eliminate Carbon Emissionsecowatch.us7.list-manage.com Algae is often considered a nuisance, but for Sweden, the rapidly growing sea plant is now an...
- 27/06/2017Teenagers See Renewables as Fuel of Their Generationecowatch.us7.list-manage1.com "The perception that the oil and gas industry is good for society decreases with each new...
- Producer27/06/2017ABOUT: The Last Three - Three And A Half Years Or SoAfter completing a BS. Degree in Experimental Psychology at Rowan University, a second MS. Degree in Biochemistry (also at Rowan University), taking a down year during which I watched one of my teenage role models --the Musician John Lennon die...
- 26/06/2017Huge Milestone: Renewables Now Provide More Electricity Than Nuclear Powerecowatch.us7.list-manage2.com For the first time since the nuclear era, renewable energy sources are...
- Producer26/06/2017The Motto of beBee: Believe in YourselfbeBee is not just another social media site. In the world of disconnectivity, beBee has created connectivity. What I mean by that is it feels pretty good to use beBee. I don't leave beBee sick of seeing baby photos or engagement pictures. I even...
Comments27/06/2017 #26 Lisa 🐝 GallagherLMAO, well I never heard that one before.. "Looks like I ate a lawyer for lunch." That's freaking hysterical! Believe me, I'm normally a jeans and sweats kind of gal. Thanks for the mention and this was very creative @Lyon Brave View moreLMAO, well I never heard that one before.. "Looks like I ate a lawyer for lunch." That's freaking hysterical! Believe me, I'm normally a jeans and sweats kind of gal. Thanks for the mention and this was very creative @Lyon Brave! Glad we met :)) Close26/06/2017 #24 Lyon Brave@Rick Delmonico Thanks for introducing yourself to me in the comments. I'm following you. @Simone Luise Hardt I really like the name Simone for a girl and i just added you. @Deb 🐝 Helfrich, You're silly. The only thing that changes with success is really your finances, Better finances mean I would have way more opportunity to get out in the world and meet people. You could be like we just grabbed coffee together. Coffee keeps you grounded. Haha you see the pun. @Susan 🐝 Botello I will enter it. I need more details. @🐝 Fatima G. Williams (WINK )26/06/2017 #23 Rick DelmonicoTruth fluctuates everywhere we find it. So we must look beyond the information to the agenda, there is always an agenda. The agenda is tied to a belief system. Belief systems are filters. The purity of truth never survives these filters. Truth is the core of reality. As information, it has the most potential and the most symmetry. Self organization occurs at the boundaries of chaotic systems. The outer boundary has the most variation or degrees of freedom, and the least significance, in terms of meaning.26/06/2017 #22 Rick DelmonicoInformation is a difference that makes a difference. Understanding is life, islands of order in a sea of chaos. Perception creates division. The engine is imagination and the fuel is novelty. Innocence is unfiltered perception. We live in the shadows of perception where all belief systems are filters. Meaning is created through this process. In order to create meaning something must be consumed. Light pierces the darkness and is consumed, truth pierces the chaos and is consumed. The universe behaves more like a song than an equation. How can location exist in a song? We can give behaviors location, beyond that we cannot say.26/06/2017 #20 Susan 🐝 Botello@Lyon Brave Thanks for an awesome mention of my passionate work and myself. I believe we are all connected to each other through the vast universe. It is true there is a reason for everything and sometimes the most hopeful beings realize that chance encounters have purpose if we are willing to take a little time to discover it. I love that you shared the "trail" that lead to us and to you being inspired through my work to take the opportunity to make a film with your smartphone. I am inspired by your words and am hopeful that you will make a film which we can include in our global film festival next year and that through the red carpet we can both meet in person as you connect to a global community of mobile filmmakers who may even be friends you have not yet met. I can't wait to meet you and see your film! beBee is awesome...and so are you! If the beBees on this platform would not be wonderful then beBee would not be wonderful and wonderful beBees are attracted to a wonderful platform. It's the "circle of awesome" that is making beBee the best place to bee in the world of online and offline communities!26/06/2017 #18 Deb 🐝 HelfrichThis buzz is so pricelessly you, @Lyon Brave! I honestly got teary-eyed over these few lines:
" It helps me to see I don't have to be a product of my environment. I can be a product of my future. In my future, I am a success story. I overcame all obstacles."
This realization is the foundation of all sorts of miraculous opportunities.
Stepping out of our past, the habits of mind it created, is both a continuing process and a single, momentous occurrence that can delineate the past BC/AD style.
I sincerely have a feeling of deja vu when I think of saying sometime soon, I knew her when.....
Just keep stepping forward, offering value, demonstrating what you can do.26/06/2017 #14 Michele WilliamsLyon, This is a deceptively powerful statement; " I even like that I don't really know anybody on beBee. For this reason, i'm allowed to make new friends and reach out for better opportunities. " As @Javier 🐝 beBee View moreLyon, This is a deceptively powerful statement; " I even like that I don't really know anybody on beBee. For this reason, i'm allowed to make new friends and reach out for better opportunities. " As @Javier 🐝 beBee and @John White, MBA have always said the opportunity to really meet wonderful people on beBee is a defining feature of the platform. Close26/06/2017 #12 Simone Luise Hardthi Lyon :) nice story :) thanks for sharing :) and yes, beBee is great ;) I love beBee too ! (And many other platforms ;) and it´s always great to meet "new" people :) so how about "us" two? Wanna connect? Would be pleased to see you here at beBee :) and if we´re already connected (could be(e ;) lol) I´m truly sorry for not recognizing you :)
Anyway, have a great day/evening today :)
Regards Simone :)
- Producer25/06/2017Some Thoughts About President TrumpI was on my way to the library today. There was some sort of rally or march in the streets going on. I had to cross Fourth Avenue in Downtown Seattle to get to where I was going. I saw guys wearing women’s clothing and a bunch of people...
Comments26/06/2017 #2 Brian McKenzieMark, Enjoy the Seattle Summer - it is one of the best times of year in that town. but it does bring out the freaks. I am sure you are already aware of the Freemont bicycle parade.... and it's home to Lenin for the last 25 years.
PS - They find the President and his Balls (courage, fortitude, dedication) offensive - and will stop at nothing (including violence) to make their case / cause against him. Stay Safe.26/06/2017 #1 Barbara HensleeNot sure if this buzz is satire (just joined the platform), or if this is simply ignorance (lack of knowledge). But, just in case it is the latter....I'd wager that was a Pride parade you witnessed. June is Pride month, celebrating and supporting the LGBT community. And, that's all I'll say about this....'cause I'm just too new here.
- Producer25/06/2017Coping with a Ballooning Older Population: The Looming Inter-Generational WarAnd you thought the world had enough problems already? Just wait, it’s going to become a lot more tense, especially among generations.The world is going through a massive demographic transition that will reshape nations, economies and markets over...
Comments27/06/2017 #9 Jim Taggart#8 Victoria, Greater Vancouver and Toronto have insane house prices. However, Canada as you know is a huge country. Much lower house prices in Ottawa (great city), or in the Atlantic Provinces where lived for three decades. And Montreal (where I grew up) is not too bad. The marginal tax rate between $143k and $203k is 29%. If you're earning $46k - 92k, the rate's 20.5%. Canada's corp tax rate has dropped to 26.5% from the all time high of 51% in 1981. So the picture's improved.26/06/2017 #5 Jim Taggart#2 You'll see in my reply to Joyce that I have four adult kids. I do agree with some of your other comments, especially about keeping the elderly an active part of society. In Canada and the U.S., seniors often get warehoused in long-term care homes. A new solution is desperately needed as the numbers of elderly mushroom in the years ahead.26/06/2017 #4 Jim Taggart#3 Having raised four kids (now in their twenties and thirties) during a time of government cutbacks to social programs was a challenge. My wife, Sue, was out of the labour force for 12 or more years so we flew on one income. Today, child care costs are wild, except for the Province of Quebec which heavily subsidizes it.26/06/2017 #3 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBeeUntil childcare becomes a part of our system: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@joyce-bowen/women-are-declining-to-breed View moreUntil childcare becomes a part of our system: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@joyce-bowen/women-are-declining-to-breed. Women are smartening up and opting for careers over breeding. Careers opt for the 'bottom line' and have no room for kids. Childcare can consume a paycheck in short order. Close26/06/2017 #2 Brian McKenzie• Where do YOU personally stand on the challenges facing society and organizations from an ageing population? - I opted out - I moved to a third world country where the dollar goes further. I am never marrying, never having kids, and I am showing other men how to do the same. No more fodder for the machine. No more livestock for the sausage grinder.
• Do YOU want to play a role in finding solutions, whether it’s dealing with mushrooming healthcare costs, encouraging the elderly to remain an active part of society or becoming an inter-generational barrier buster? Already doing that. I help youth, small employers, independent contractors and expats get care in overseas markets. http://bit.ly/2rS0mf0 Our solutions could work for America too.26/06/2017 #1 Brian McKenzieWar. That is always the solution the employ. They will launch a civil war - kill of a grand portion of Gen - X / Gen - Y while baby boomers will be shuffled off to camps - those that can't do camps will be unplugged. And they have been planning it for a good damn long time. Watch Venezuela - it is a rendition Beta Test. Ukraine is already in 2.o mode. The genocide there is clicking in to a steady stream.
- 24/06/2017www.questia.com INTRODUCTION: MENOPAUSAL WOMEN AND SMOKINGCigarette smoking has serious health consequences...
- 22/06/2017Latest article is using digital signage to promote activities and how to involve your students in a fun exercise and learn new skills at the same time.Using digital signage to promote school activitieswww.bebee.com Repeat Signage delivers information to all at West Yorkshire school - success story " The school was searching for a user-friendly, versatile...
- Producer22/06/2017Small Changes Are What MatterI usually post something about the environment when I have time to go online. Today when I saw the emails from the sites I subscribe to all I saw was negativity. From what I can see there are environmental groups that want to blame certain...
- Producer22/06/2017THE POVERTY LINEWhat's the poverty line?The poverty line is a metaphor for the financial divisions that happen in society. It's not the line that separates the middle class from the rich. Middle class people are nowhere near the rich and in many ways, the poor are...
Comments26/06/2017 #12 Joe SiklosiAs long as the financial institutions accept printed money to build buildings, one example, that are empty, you will have a decrease in value of the incomes each and every day. Right now there is a phenomema that is call financialization, where loans are being distributed to things and actions which have no value.22/06/2017 #10 AnonymousThank you @Lyon Brave for sharing your excellent post. Let me invite you to read "Capital in the Twenty-First Century" is a 2013 book by French economist Thomas Piketty. It focuses on wealth and income inequality in Europe and the United States since the 18th century, as a perfect match ! Well done ;)22/06/2017 #9 Chuck BartokI did not know we were "poor" until I wandered off to the University and read the information presented by social engineers.
Grew up in a stress free home and family.
Dad worked sometime two jobs at median labor wage, my mother raised her children.
They lived within their means (less than take home and therefore had "savings"). Dad was earning about $1.25 to $1.50 hour.
I have never earned anywhere near the upper middle income brackets and children seemed to grow up OK and those who wanted to received advanced educations, which they they paid for with out borrowing
Of course we worked as a family raising our food and providing for others.
But lived below our means and saved.
Now, years later, some would call us wealthy.
Kids, and now grandchildren, followed the same simple path of not allowing others to dictate WHO you are or allow to be labeled.
I wonder how many of the 'poor" are in that class because they have allowed themselves to be defined by others and have excuses presented to justify?
Currently live in a "low income" area, yet no one seems to think poorly or define themselves as such.
An anachronism?22/06/2017 #5 Lisa 🐝 GallagherTruth! Thanks for all the info @Lyon Brave. Many people were not born to be leaders or given the skills to be one. No one should be penalized in an industrialized nation such as the USA. No one should be homeless. There will always be some who prefer to be homeless and that's more than likely due to mental illness, schizophrenia in particular. I've had discussions with many about the minimum wage in our Country. Some feel it should not be raised, others feel it should. Personally, I think it should be raised but with conditions: Higher minimum wage for people over age 21 and for companies that employ at least 50 but possibly 100 people plus. Those who employ over 100 people can afford to pay it. Something has to change because it's not healthy, lifespan is altered, it affects mental health... all of these issues equate to higher healthcare costs that may be coming out of the pockets of others. Everyone should be able to enjoy the pleasures of life if they are working. Some people work two jobs and are still considered low wage earners annually. Thanks for posting this buzz.22/06/2017 #4 debasish majumdercandid insight indeed @Lyon Brave! i guess, whether developing or developed, majority's like always in misery, whether financial, social or political. they are the bait of the class who are in the corridor of power and power regulates everything, whether poverty, misery as well misogyny, causes of all disharmony. however, lovely buzz. enjoyed read and shared. thank you for the buzz.
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- Producer21/06/2017SUN YOUR BUNS: BIKINI LUXEBikinis are everything in the summer. I know women who dedicate their lives to the summer. What that means is they are the type at the Christmas party in December who refuses the extra cookie because they plan on vacationing in Spain next July. If...
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- Producer19/06/2017Planting Seeds of Goodness at Indiana UniversityThroughout my four years as an Indiana University undergrad, I’ve had friends and family members that always wanted to visit and have me provide them the “campus tour.” IU in Bloomington is one of the largest universities in the United States with...
- 19/06/2017Webinar on Career & Job Guidance on #Biotechnology #Pharmacy #Biomedical & Life Sciences on Wednesday (June 21).
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- Producer18/06/2017Gen Y, Are You Ready to Reinvent Yourself? Six Tips to Ride the WaveOkay, I admit I’m one of those Baby Boomers detested by Gens X and Y. “Ah feel yo pain,” as President Bill Clinton liked to express when pressing the flesh. We’ve inundated you with non-stop rock-and-roll for far too long. (I admit that I still love...
- Producer11/06/2017"Quoteful Shots" with Yogesh Sukal : A day at the museum and surprises.Dear reader, these are my few thoughts inspired with the photoshots captured at various places I recently explored.Continuation from the following blog series of "Quoteful Shots" with Yogesh Sukal, -Buzz 2, -Buzz 3, -Buzz4, -Buzzz5 ...
Comments15/06/2017 #45 🐝 Fatima G. Williams@Yogesh Sukal This sounded like such an amazing walk to the museum. I enjoyed your narration and love the way you explained your experiences. The villa looks like my dream house surrounded with trees. Quite a delightful day. Dogs the best friend to even stranger's. Their love is unconditional. You must read Deb Helfrich's book "A tale of grief and puppy love" to know the extent and impact of dog's affection and love. Stay awesome #Keepbuzzing14/06/2017 #41 Yogesh Sukalwow, that's amazing. Really good know about Frank Lloyd Wright and similarity of his Architecture in central Tokyo to the this museum. seems like surprises are continued as with amazing informative comments.
Thank you @Dean Owen View morewow, that's amazing. Really good know about Frank Lloyd Wright and similarity of his Architecture in central Tokyo to the this museum. seems like surprises are continued as with amazing informative comments.
Thank you @Dean Owen for you contemplative thought. Close14/06/2017 #36 Dean OwenFabulous article and seriously great photography! If you hadn't mentioned it, I would have thought this was a museum in Tokyo. The building is almost Frank Lloyd Write like, quite similar in period and style of the Imperial Hotel on the palace grounds in Central Tokyo, part of which he designed. Fabulous collection. Definitely worth a detour. And thanks @Louis Smith for bringing this to my attention!13/06/2017 #34 Yogesh Sukal#31 The place was really amazing, quite surprised with such variety o experiences from the same place and the same time. The museum day was amazing hence the storytelling. I am really happy to know that you and many bees enjoyed it.
Thank you so much for the positive note @Lada 🏡 Prkic13/06/2017 #33 Yogesh Sukal#32 It is really interesting to know about similarities between an artist's name with japanese art itself as his first name to Edo period of japan. Also glad to know the museums you visited in japan, definitely would like know more about the same. Maybe you could take us there with your experience.
The reason for the Japanese culture museum in Genoa because Edoardo Chiossone was genovese and he spent his last 23 year in Tokyo later his collection sent to Genoa and this museum based on the same. But true about spaghetti and noodles ☺.
Thank you so much for your contemplative comment @Louise Smith13/06/2017 #32 Louise SmithHi @Yogesh Sukal This is a cleverly composed whimsical post that easily draws the viewer into a different reality.
The building housing the Japanese art collection of Genovese artist/engraver Edoardo Chiossone, is also very architectually interesting - clean, uncluttered, simple, big spaces, a perfect example of the juxtaposition of ancient and modern.
A play on words could be made with the name Edoardo Chiossone as his surname is close to cloisonne the French word for the art form of enamelling using a copper metal base and decorating it with enamel, glass and gemstones. This is also common in Japan. I bought some shippou yaki when I was there.
The Edoardo Chiossone Museum reminds me of similar places I have been in Japan often in small out of the way places.
One I love is the Ohara Art Museum in Kurashiki City, Chuo, Japan. I have been there a few times to see the beautiful paintings.
My other favourites are the Pearl Museum on Mikimoto Island near Toba City, Mie
and the Kiri Museum in Kitakata City, Fukushima which is the Museum of "Geta" (wooden clogs).
I really like the glass art work of Japanese sculptor Oki Izumi, please post some more photos of his work if you have them.
What was disorienting for me was the combination of the places - Genoa City, Italy and the Japanese Art Museum.
I guess that's because the Japanese Art Museum is so authentic !
And after all, both cultures love spaghetti and noodles !
@Dean Owen FYI13/06/2017 #31 Lada 🏡 PrkicI like all your posts of "Quoteful Shots" series, but this one is particularly well crafted, beautifully written and with excellent photographs. I enjoyed the tour, from passing the tunnel, through the beautifully presented Japanese art collection, to the outdoor photos of the villa and the city. It was an amazing and unforgettable day at the museum.I can only repeat what Franci said, "This is a masterpiece of creativity."
This post is definitely worth reading and sharing.12/06/2017 #30 Yogesh Sukal#13 Indeed happiness lies in the unexpected moments. I have been few more museums too and each has their uniqueness. It really amazing to interpret the message from the each art or come up with our own reinterpretations. but this museums gave me the experience beyond expectation. I am really happy that you liked it. Thank you @Vincent Andrew @Sara Jacobovici for Positive note.12/06/2017 #29 Yogesh SukalI agree about the hamster wheel point, sometimes we have to pause to get off the wheel and to align with better cause.
But I literally meant that, was little scared to go thtough tunnel. but glad I did :)
Thank you for enriching the buzz with your comment @David B. Grinberg. Always happy to receive you thought.
- Producer18/06/2017WHY BEING SENSITIVE WILL HURT YOUR CAREERWe can’t be so sensitive to words when dealing with our relationships with other people. Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted when I am contradicted.” Words are tools to help us...
Comments26/06/2017 #1 Louise SmithI really like this post Lyon ! I wrote a comment a week ago and accidentally deleted it !
So I think people can learn not to be over sensitive. It's to do with self esteem and "Believing in Yourself".
I teach my clients to imagine they have a "Sensitivity Switch" that they can control.
So if someone insults them, they can decide to turn it OFF.
It seems to work for most clients !