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Debate Hive

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Dr. Ali Anani wrote:

"Do we need a "Debate Hive"?
My last buzz on Going against Nature- @CityVP Manjit made a powerful comment in which he challenged the real value of emotional intelligence, and other emotions-related issues. This initiated a discussion on this issue. There are other issues that merit debating on. Do you think that establishing a hive to accommodate debates is worthy?"

Dr. Ali honored me with his suggestion to establish 'Debate Hive'. Here the hive goes live.
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  1. ProducerAli Anani

    Ali Anani

    19/08/2016
    The Triads of Complexity
    The Triads of ComplexityMy last buzz on "We Plan and Destiny Laughs" drew lots of comments. One comment from the brilliant Milos Djukic drew my attention in which he wrote "Fear of chaos. It is our fear of uncertainty of each new day. The eternal struggle with...
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    Ali Anani
    19/08/2016 #36 Ali Anani
    #35 Thank you so much dear @CityVP 馃悵 Manjit. This comment of yours in its clarity serves as a great model of writing with "deep simplicity". I enjoyed this comment because it is eloquent; clear and yet provides incredible info such as the link you provide (which surely I am going to visit).
    I thank you for your kind words. I shall be honest to add that I wrote to few bees in private and showed them by example where I had difficulty in understanding them. I even did some editing. I am glad that I don't have to write any more to them because they improved a lot. In commenting, we should be honest and I only commented on those posts after editing and re-publishing.
    Thank you for giving me the opportunity to explain more my previous comment as well.
    CityVP 馃悵 Manjit
    19/08/2016 #35 CityVP 馃悵 Manjit
    #34 Dear @Ali Anani absolutely ! I am 100% with you on this, which is why the assumption of understanding is such a phenomenal challenge. The process of packing complex ideas into simpler forms can be done but it is extremely challenging.

    The idea of a complex thinker going back to basics is expressed well in "sharpening the saw" which Steven Covey talked about, but to convey complex ideas to get the attention of a lay audience is a mighty challenge for science communicators.

    If anything in your buzzes you take complex ideas and bring them home to people. You are being unduly modest about your own gifts in taking complex ideas and presenting them to a larger audience.

    I can give you a great example of someone who has taken very complex thinking and packed them densely and this woman deals in triads, her name is Gillian http://bioss.com/gillian-stamp/the-tripod-of-work/ She has got her thinking honed to this degree with years of iterations and a depth of reading which I would say is simply phenomenal. Her brilliance will be immediate to you.
    Ali Anani
    19/08/2016 #34 Ali Anani
    #33 "...complex ideas and make them simple enough for the lay-person to understand".
    I have a problem with this. On some scientific fields I feel I know and on many others I feel I barely know anything. With the advancement of science- even my own field requires continuous monitoring.
    We need to simplify while keeping the integrity of the subject matter. I am sure with your depth many readers feel like laypersons even with their high qualifications. I am not ashamed to admit I am one.
    CityVP 馃悵 Manjit
    19/08/2016 #33 CityVP 馃悵 Manjit
    #31 That is the problem science communication is confronting now - how does one take high level abstractive reasoning or complex ideas and make them simple enough for the lay-person to understand.

    Even if a lay-person can understand that reasoning, the way we individually mentally process information is different from the most simplest form of understanding to people who can handle more.

    The mind here is the same as muscle some people can lift 50lb while others can lift 300lb, but putting 300lb understanding on a 50lb mind is cruel. Giving a 50lbs to a guy that wants to lift 300lbs, that guy isn't going to become your best friend anytime soon.

    That is why I like Mihaly's simple flow diagram - it expresses things in a way most people will understand. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjyzMh7DBKg
    David Navarro L贸pez
    19/08/2016 #32 Anonymous
    #30 I don't know if here the internet manners are the same than in other places, but writing all the time in capitals use to be synonymous to SHOUT. AND SHOUTING IS FAR AWAY FROM GOOD MANNERS. Only for your info.
    debasish majumder
    19/08/2016 #30 debasish majumder
    #29 this is exactly what i intend to mean sir CityVP Manjit, THAT THE EMBODIMENT OF MY MATTER IF PROPERLY ORGANIZED IT WILL DEFINITELY PRODUCE A REFLECTION AND MY COMMENTS WILL BEAR THE testimony of the quality of matter i possess. now, the fear is equally a matter as per my evaluation having the quality to produce desired impact to others faculty i surmise and it is evident when i observe the reflection on them.
    CityVP 馃悵 Manjit
    19/08/2016 #29 CityVP 馃悵 Manjit
    #21 Dear Debasish you have actually stumbled upon a very important point between complexity and faculty, but not as deletion - because surmising why I might decide to delete this particular comment is akin to trying to read someone's mind. What we don't however do is connect complexity with faculty. Where we see people who do not applying this alignment, there can be contempt shown at everyday people and there can even be scorn at people whose faculty is at a higher level of complexity than them.

    Conversely, looking at what we are doing to people rather than how we are reacting. To project greater complexity than an individuals faculty is to create anxiety in them. To project lesser complexity than an individuals faculty is to create boredom in them. This means as we look at people and as people look at us we create these imbalances by ignoring this relationship. This is central to the flow theory that Mihaly Cziksentimalyi researched https://www.amazon.com/Beyond-Boredom-Anxiety-Experiencing-Flow/dp/0787951404
    Ali Anani
    19/08/2016 #27 Ali Anani
    #26 @Peter van Doorn- this is what I see
    Peter van Doorn
    1 h ago 路 #19
    This comment has been deleted

    I mentioned the issue to the attention of @Javier 馃悵 beBee
    Ali Anani
    19/08/2016 #25 Ali Anani
    #24 Noo- I understand your concern and I appreciate greatly your telling me about the deletion dear @debasish majumder
    debasish majumder
    19/08/2016 #24 debasish majumder
    sorry sir, i thought the concern person who made the comment deliberately deleted owing to the reasons of his or her own. i usually make comment not merely to express my views but to show respect and gratitude what an author deserve for his tedious effort to write an article, which deserve respect and honor. please don't get me wrong. i don't mean that author might have deleted by his intention. i appologise if i inadvertently made any wrong connotation sir.
    Ali Anani
    19/08/2016 #23 Ali Anani
    I noticed now that your comment No. 16 isn't deleted @debasish majumder. However; one of the comments of @Anees Zaidi is. Dear brother- you know I don't dare to delete a comment of yours or any one.
    Ali Anani
    19/08/2016 #22 Ali Anani
    #21 Dear @debasish majumder- you know that I responded to your comment and in no way I would delete a comment. You may notice also just the preceding comment by @Peter van Doorn is deleted. I don't know why. I bring this to the attention of @Javier 馃悵 beBee
    debasish majumder
    19/08/2016 #21 debasish majumder
    Sir, Dr.Ali Anani, Phd., sometimes with much surprise i took notice that after a comment being made, eventually being deleted altogether. this prompted me to surmise that, visual impact is also a quality of a matter which bears the essence about the potentiality of how it will impact on others faculty, and being fully aware about this consequence the comments are being subsequently deleted. which substantiate my surmise that, the quality of any matter is the consequence of the reflection being produced in our brain and apparently abstract matter is also contain substantial gravity to make an indelible impact to ones faculty.
    Ali Anani
    19/08/2016 #20 Ali Anani
    #19 Peter @Peter van Doorn- you asked "I agree, gaining knowledge is quite useless as a goal. As a tool, it is only useful when you use it for the sake of others.
    That is hard to do, isn't it"? I love this question. When I think how our bodies have functional systems and how these systems talk to each other by sharing info I wonder why we don't realize that functionality and sharing make what we are. The mentality of silos is causing knowledge to be very precious and forget it can be more precious if shared. I have one choice- to agree with you
    Anees Zaidi
    19/08/2016 #18 Anees Zaidi
    #14 Dear @David Navarro L贸pez your comment is full of maturity and wisdom. Unlimited curiosity (that you call 'end' not a 'tool') results in frustration. I think information overload is one of the causes leading us to mistakenly take curiosity as an end and not as a tool. This is race against time when we want to know or grab everything of 'everything'. On social media platforms the concept of 'Hives' introduced by beBee is an excellent way to reverse the race - 'know as much as you can of whatever you like'.
    Ali Anani
    19/08/2016 #17 Ali Anani
    #16 @debasish majumder- I invite commenters to comment on you view that ""Fear", an abstract quality is nothing but a quality of a matter i guess". This is a daring view
    debasish majumder
    19/08/2016 #16 debasish majumder
    intriguing post indeed sir Dr. Ali Anani, Phd. "Fear", an abstract quality is nothing but a quality of a matter i guess, which reflects in our brain as equal to that of "success". unable to determine the character of a matter and its spiral nature, giving a momentum in such a fashion which results on creating chaos in our faculty. actually, it is the matter whose quality being reflected in our brain by observing it, and nature honestly gives us the reflection according to its presence. however, wonderful post as usual sir which always instigate us to ponder upon to enrich ourselves. thank you very much for sharing the post.
    Ali Anani
    19/08/2016 #15 Ali Anani
    #14 When one makes the mistake of using the curiosity as an end instead of a tool, then frustration is going to appear, because it is impossible to anyone to learn everything. a mastermind you are David @David Navarro L贸pez. Yes, when we have collective intelligence we shall acquire knowledge faster. You reminded me of a quote that curiosity sparks knowledge and knowledge sparks creativity. Surely with imagination this is fostered. I think the way you describe beBee shall appeal to beBee Team
    David Navarro L贸pez
    19/08/2016 #14 Anonymous
    It is refreshing to read your lines, dear @Ali Anani, @Anees Zaidi and @Sara Jacobovici , for independently of our different cultures, we make ourselves the same primary questions. And this is the beauty of humanity. When the walls of prejudices, fears, and negativity fall apart, automatically arises that we are not so different, and we can talk about it freely, learning and confirming our own thoughts reciprocally.
    Curiosity is, for the good of the humankind, an inherent quality, which, without it, no progress or improvement could be achieved.
    When one makes the mistake of using the curiosity as an end instead of a tool, then frustration is going to appear, because it is impossible to anyone to learn everything.
    Knowledge can be used to expand our mind, but the limits of knowledge are bigger than the ones our own mind, because knowledge is the fruit of many humans altogether, and not vice-versa.
    We can for sure contribute to the enhancement of knowledge as individuals.
    The day humans will learn that common thinking like ants does, (or bees), is where the real power of knowledge/curiosity is, this day we will make a significant step on humankind progress.
    The media we have today is a wonderful tool for it. Let us see if we are going to take advantage of it in this sense.
    With all, I believe that emerging initiatives, like this one of beBee, gives us a hint on what could it be.
    Ali Anani
    19/08/2016 #13 Ali Anani
    Dear brother @Anees Zaidi- I know that for sure and your words reflect your harmony with yourself. However; what you expressed in few words have loads od deep meanings and rightly dear Sara @Sara Jacobovici spotted one by writing earlier "Sounds like a fractal process to me @Anees Zaidi". Being fractal carries so many beautiful meanings to be mined.
  2. ProducerAnees Zaidi

    Anees Zaidi

    11/08/2016
    Does My Happiness Make Me Happy - 'A Happiness Debate'
    Does My Happiness Make Me Happy - 'A Happiness Debate'Image Credit: Umar Shariff Photography/Getty Images Recently the United Arab Emirates government announced it had selected 60 鈥淐hief Happiness and Positivity officers鈥 to travel abroad to study happiness and how to spread it. Few months back , it...
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    Brian McKenzie
    11/08/2016 #3 Brian McKenzie
    I find writing in a journal depressing - it is the home of bad and acrid poetry. I try not to do it.
    Anees Zaidi
    11/08/2016 #2 Anees Zaidi
    #1 Yes @Donna-Luisa Eversley I watched and listen the video many times. Its great. I agree with you, it is us who may make us our self happy. I see it as a state of mind to look at things whether good or bad. Thanks for your opening comment on this debate.
    Donna-Luisa Eversley
    11/08/2016 #1 Donna-Luisa Eversley
    @Anees Zaidi wow... lets start at the end first Everyone please listen and watch the ..rap video :-) Great post. My thoughts on happiness are many, but the basic fact remains, we are the only ones who can make ourselves happy. We can have all the riches and everything we want but be unhappy, and we can have nothing but experience the greatest happiness. What matters to each individual is different and can change for any number of reasons!
  3. Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    Fractals for @Milos Djukic @Ali Anani @Anees Zaidi @Sara Jacobovici. I took a photo tonight of the train trestle that crosses the Allegheny River in Pennsylvania and edited it. Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
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    Milos Djukic
    10/08/2016 #10 Anonymous
    Dear @Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher, Thank you very much. We recognize the images and those images are about us
    Anees Zaidi
    09/08/2016 #9 Anees Zaidi
    #8 Its my pleasure @Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher. Debate must go on.
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    09/08/2016 #8 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    Thanks for sharing @Anees Zaidi!
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    09/08/2016 #7 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #6 So beautifully articulated @Anees Zaidi, and couldn't agree more! Thanks. :))
    Anees Zaidi
    09/08/2016 #6 Anees Zaidi
    Dear @Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher @Milos Djukic @Ali Anani @Sara Jacobovici and other wonderful bees, we all tread our own path. But in our journey time comes when we cross many stations. I call it 'points of convergence' where we come together and we share/exchange our thoughts, our ideas, our happiness, our sorrows and much more. But we do not stop here. We again continue our journey with new perspectives, new life and new "I".
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    09/08/2016 #5 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    Thanks for sharing @Milos Djukic and @Ali Anani!
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    09/08/2016 #4 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    Thanks @Sara Jacobovici, it was @Milos Djukic and the rest of you who have inspired me :))
    Sara Jacobovici
    09/08/2016 #3 Sara Jacobovici
    Well done @Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher!! Beautiful work. I am experiencing your creativity as fractal..
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    09/08/2016 #2 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    #1 Thanks @Ali Anani. I was going to post the original which was great. But I began playing with my editor for quite some time and thought of all of you above!
    Ali Anani
    09/08/2016 #1 Ali Anani
    @Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher-what a beautiful dedication from from the fractal heart of Lisa. Stunning photo and that reflects your inner beauty as well. Shared
  4. ProducerAli Anani

    Ali Anani

    03/08/2016
    Polished Perspectives on Motivation
    Polished Perspectives on MotivationPeople need to be triggered to act. However; people shall not act unless they are motivated enough and have the ability to act. The Fox Curve or model explains how the three components (another example of triads) are related. Dr. BJ Fogg,...
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    Ali Anani
    06/08/2016 #29 Ali Anani
    The philosophy of rewarding one and not everyone is flawed- you summed it up beautifully @Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher. When there is an obvious reason AFTER completing a task I agree with singling out one person or few. In this case we are rewarding the results more than the person
    Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    06/08/2016 #28 Lisa 馃悵 Gallagher
    I couldn't agree more @Ali Anani. I also feel when one person on a team is given a large incentive to produce the other team members may become hostile. The philosophy of rewarding one and not everyone is flawed. It doesn't work and causes division within the team. You used a great analogy with the football player and noted- they still lost the game! I think there are appropriate occasions that one deserves to be rewarded and that may incentivise others or NOT. For example, if there is a sales team and only a one or two people are carrying the slack for the entire team, the sales goals are being met because of a few, I can see in an instance like that (just as one of many examples) of those team members being rewarded.
    Aaron Skogen
    06/08/2016 #27 Aaron Skogen
    #26 I am flattered my friend. I have some thoughts on the progression of moving from external to internal, however I will withhold comment for the time being in anticipation of the next @Ali Anani!
    Ali Anani
    05/08/2016 #26 Ali Anani
    #24 Dear @Aaron Skogen comment is sharp. It reminds me of plants habits, minerals habits and then human habits. I shall dedicate a buzz on this topic. For now I say habits reflect how a mineral or plant respond to external factors. The habit we develop are the mirror of the prevailing environment. In other words, the external factors may be seen as the driving force for motivating a certain behavior leading to a certain habit. This is an interesting analogy, which I am exploring..
    Ali Anani
    04/08/2016 #25 Ali Anani
    You are correct dear @Aaron Skogen. When I look back at what motivated me personally, I find invariably it was recognition. I made discoveries that were patentable, but pted to publish them. These publications brought me hundreds of invitations to travel worldwide (68 countries). The more I got invited, the more excited I got and the less interested in other motivations I became.
    Motivations are the battery in our "game of life". If the battery is discharged, broken or leaking then we can't operate. But, what game are we playing with that battery? The game has to be worthy.
    Aaron Skogen
    04/08/2016 #24 Aaron Skogen
    A very difficult question my friend @Ali Anani. Taking on the subject of motivation is one we should not consider lightly. While I continue to explore this personally, I am unsure that we do not respond to external stimuli to spur action. Yet, I also believe motivations to be an evolutionary and individual process. It is meta-cognitive in nature and until we develop the ability to know that we ("I") don't know, our motivations cannot evolve into the internal. Personally, I believe a strong and very intentional search for self awareness will drive that internal source of motivation.
    Ali Anani
    04/08/2016 #23 Ali Anani
    #22 Dear @CityVP 馃悵 Manjit- your nobility is reflected in your own words "I cannot serve a market that is simply making a living, but I can serve within a market that makes life a much bigger experience and value than money can buy". I don't sell your friendship for all the money in the world. What a unique man you are.
    CityVP 馃悵 Manjit
    04/08/2016 #22 CityVP 馃悵 Manjit
    #19 Dear Ali Anani, the word ocean is big, really big and so blue ocean strategies or thinking are too big for me for I currently have little interest in maximizing opportunity from the mass. The mass of people represent an economic existence and those people who view themselves far greater than an economic unit are people that are not the size of an ocean, nor are they a blue sky innovation or a green field technology - they are individuals for whom economics enables opportunity, but opportunity is personal.

    The movement of non-customer to customer at mass scale does not change the purpose of my existence, maybe one day it will if I decide that I have a great need in my life is to purchase a professional football team. Then a billion dollars will come quite in hand to pursue this economic toy. I cannot serve a market that is simply making a living, but I can serve within a market that makes life a much bigger experience and value than money can buy; or of course if my tastes in life require that billion dollars to liberate me, then and only then does my mind look to scale. Blue ocean strategy is cool for pioneers who want massive scale - but today I know my scale rather than drown in the blue ocean of my imagination. As the years move ahead, who knows I might get an itch for economic toys - but for now I am quite content.
    Ali Anani
    04/08/2016 #21 Ali Anani
    #20 Deep down in my heart I wished that @Deb馃悵 Lange would comment on this particular buzz for I know she shall contribute purposefully. Now, I know I was right. Socrates said know yourself, but your comment gives the fitness to this wisdom. This is reflected in your writing "I guess my point is that we have to be motivated in the first place to learn about ourselves and life". If all stimulants are out there and we aren't stimulated inside then what use those stimulants have? I know of your vast experiences in instilling hope in desperate people and that you have developed a solid procedure for doing that.
    There is a hidden jewel in your comment as you write "One by one I helped her free herself from self imposed limitations". Removing self-imposed limitations is a way to enhance self-motivation. As much as motivation is a complex issue, you made easier to understand with your bright comment, dear Deb
    Deb馃悵 Lange
    04/08/2016 #20 Deb馃悵 Lange
    @Ali Anani I was talking with a client who I have coached periodically over a number of years for different things. She was saying how she has so much energy now, at times it is almost overwhelming. She has left the Corporate world and is now developing her own business. She has a huge amount of internal motivation. The reason for this is she initially had the motivation to be self reflective, seek out a coach and learn to understand how to make sense of thd things she did well and the things she did that sabotaged her success. One by one I helped her free herself from self imposed limitations. She is now connected to a deep source of her own inner purpose, energy, joy and she has all the motivation in the world to be of service to people who have problems that she once had. I guess my point is that we have to be motivated in thd first place to learn about ourselves and life. If we think we know it all after leaving school or if we are numbed into not being aware that there is much to learn we will not have the motivation to learn. But, we do not know. There are blind d spots. But one day if we are open, we might accidentally stumble across something and open a crack that leads to even more openings.
    Ali Anani
    04/08/2016 #19 Ali Anani
    @CityVP 馃悵 Manjit- unfortunately, I can click the like button once and if I click twice the first like disappears. This comment deserves many like clicks. "...there is a huge difference. Smart people can be lazy and they are lazy because they are smart - i.e. why do something that does not need to be done, so we can focus our energy on that which is smart"? This quote from your comment is deep and provides a new perspective.
    Just a "lazy" question to you, Manjit. In the Blue Ocean Strategy the seek for non-customers who might turn into customers is strongly advocated. Do you see a parallism between un-motivated customers and the Blue Ocean Strategy?
    CityVP 馃悵 Manjit
    04/08/2016 #18 CityVP 馃悵 Manjit
    What goes viral today explains a lot more about the land of marketing zombies than anything else. Take the latest obsession with the "Damn Daniel" meme http://www.techinsider.io/what-is-the-damn-daniel-meme-about-2016-2 View more
    What goes viral today explains a lot more about the land of marketing zombies than anything else. Take the latest obsession with the "Damn Daniel" meme http://www.techinsider.io/what-is-the-damn-daniel-meme-about-2016-2 When I get to the root of this obsession seems to be people wanting to connect with something above and beyond their daily boredom. There is the advertized and marketed generations and there are those who have acquired resistance to marketer methods. No wonder viral videos and viral ideas are compared to a virus today.

    I am most demotivated by any marketplace that relies on the unmotivated because apart from boredom becoming a cultural norm, there is the hand of learned helplessness and here politicians and academics have made their fair share of contribution also. So I am not interested in the unmotivated but still have an affinity with the smart but lazy. The unmotivated are not often lazy, they maybe the one's doing the hardest jobs but they were raised in business, marketing, school and political systems that, people like me refer to as "dumbing down" and as marketed zombies. If your life has been used up by this system, then what energy is there to find one's own motivation - and this is where learned helplessness is a great affliction that sums up a system built and predicated on consumption.

    Academics like B.J. Fogg produce the instruments to tap into this latency. It is not laziness it is boredom - there is a huge difference. Smart people can be lazy and they are lazy because they are smart - i.e. why do something that does not need to be done, so we can focus our energy on that which is smart? There is a German proverb that says the "lazy man is intelligent" - so let us not think the word lazy applies to the unmotivated. The words boredom and learned helplessness require more study. Close
    Ali Anani
    04/08/2016 #17 Ali Anani
    I left a job with a great salary. A friend of mine left a job withan extremely fat salary recently to work a for a more challenging opportunity. I agree with you @Mohammed Sultan
    Mohammed Sultan
    04/08/2016 #16 Mohammed Sultan
    #15 Thank you for your quick response.I absolutely agree with you people have different motivations and the mix of motives changes overtime for the same person.Changing the mix of these motives will also lead to change of behavior.Studies have shown that salary,for example,although it's a motivational factor it doesn't have the same impact as recognition and achievement.
    Ali Anani
    04/08/2016 #15 Ali Anani
    Thank You dear @Mohammed Sultan for sharing your thoughts. I am reading and pondering on your comment. You wrote "Business is all about feelings and when these feelings are suppressed your ROE gets very low.You don't know how pride you feel when your peers trust you,certainly you can call upon that trust many times when you face stressful situations". This applies to me for sure, but how about other people? Are motivators equal? If motivations are based on feelings then we go to Maslow's Pyramid and the top of it in particular. Will feelings compensate for basic needs? A lot to think about.
    Mohammed Sultan
    04/08/2016 #14 Mohammed Sultan
    @ Dear Dr.Ali Anani,thanks for sharing your motivational thoughts.Nobody will act unless he or she has limitless untapped creative resources.The challenge is how to uncover them,develop them and then apply them to the fullest extent.Motivation,whether it's internal or external helps people find balance between the depth of their knowledge and skills,and the challenges they are facing,keeping that balance flowing overtime has also become a challenge.Nowadays,many research studies have shown that being regarded has become more powerful as a motive than being rewarded,and that successful companies in the future will be those who can keep the portfolio of Equity/Emotion balanced and flowing overtime.The higher the org ROE ,the trust level gets very high.Business is all about feelings and when these feelings are suppressed your ROE gets very low.You don't know how pride you feel when your peers trust you,certainly you can call upon that trust many times when you face stressful situations.
    Ali Anani
    03/08/2016 #13 Ali Anani
    #12 That is a brain-stretcher question @Sara Jacobovici. Isn't art a great form of creativity? May be in art feelings of beauty prevail, but in science the emotions of discovery prevail. I haven't thought about this question before, but surely there are common factors like accepting challenges and desires for discovery. I have to think deeper.
    Sara Jacobovici
    03/08/2016 #12 Sara Jacobovici
    Because I was reading and commenting on 2 art Buzzes, Ali @Ali Anani, I thought of what seems to me a difference between motivation to act or behave in a particular way versus the motivation to create. Is there a difference? Is art more related to inspiration versus motivation? Is there a difference?
    Ali Anani
    03/08/2016 #11 Ali Anani
    #9 My late father did the same for us when we were young dear @Anees Zaidi. During vacations he used to bring us a load of books. If any body wanted to go to the movie, have ice cream or get a new shirt all he had to do read a book an s summarize it. Depending on the quality of the summary the reward would be decided. Or, math and science problems to suggest solutions and so on. The motivation started as an external one, but later became hugely internal. I can't imagine myself going to bed without reading or generating an idea. So, internalization of external motivation needs creative approaches.
    Anees Zaidi
    03/08/2016 #10 Anees Zaidi
    Well it was already shared by @Ali Anani in Debate Hive. I missed to notice.
  5. Ali Anani

    Ali Anani

    03/08/2016
    Do we need a "Debate Hive"?
    My last buzz on Going against Nature- @CityVP 馃悵 Manjit made a powerful comment in which he challenged the real value of emotional intelligence, and other emotions-related issues. This initiated a discussion on this issue. There are other issues that merit debating on. Do you think that establishing a hive to accommodate debates is worthy?
    Ali Anani
    Going against Nature
    www.bebee.com It amazes me how often we make the easy difficult for us by going against nature. We tend to swim against the tide and go against gravity for no...
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    Ali Anani
    03/08/2016 #1 Ali Anani
    Thank you so much dear brother @Anees Zaidi for your quickness in establishing the Debate Hive, which hopefully, will pool highly debatable subjects in the right place