- Producer20/07/2017What's Your Story, Morning Glory?“‘I need your help,’ the blond whispered in my ear as she took me by the arm and started fast-walking me towards Boylston Street. Before I knew it, she pulled me into a taxi and barked ‘Copley Square’ at the driver. As we sped off, I noticed two...
Comments21/07/2017 #13 Sara Jacobovici@Alan Culler writes: "My personal stories become illustrations to the point I want to make. That happens in conversation too. My songs often come from a chord progression on the guitar, which reminds me of a feeling, which I then put a story to. If/when I end up writing fiction, stories may require a bit more planning and a return to Joseph Campbell."21/07/2017 #12 Sara JacoboviciHonoured to be mentioned among this group of writers and storytellers @Alan Culler. I so appreciate your stories and style (sorry I sometimes miss your posts). Love this buzz; the beginning, the middle and the end. I will keep an eye opened for future stories from you. Thanks again.21/07/2017 #10 Harvey LloydStory telling is an art form, that i enjoy, thanks for the tag.
A story well told captivates the listeners emotion set and they can place themselves in the storyline. I have met a few in my travels and can say that a good story teller can replace the media very quickly.
I am glad you posted your thoughts it was enjoyed.21/07/2017 #9 Jerry FletcherAlan, Some of us come to story from without being from an oral tradition. My father didn't tell stories nor did my mother but they kept me in books from the time I could read. I "grok" science fiction because as a teen I was given a subscription to the Science Fiction Book Club. I'd been through Greek, Roman and Scandinavian mythology well before that and the writer's ability to paint new worlds and cultures with words opened my mind to a new realm. And I got into movies although it took a half-day to go into the city on Greyhound for a matinee and return.
My ex is a fiction writer. I could never do what she does. But I can write to convince or persuade. I can make people listen to a different viewpoint. And I have a voice that resonates with most people. So I speak and have done so professionally on three continents. (I'm waiting for an invite to Australia) The stories I tell in speaking are ones that make a point like Margie, The Galactic Commander (www.NetowrkingNinja.com) or The man with two wives by Aesop which I use to explain positioning.
What I've found over the years is that each of us has stories that will involve and intrigue most people but we just don't notice them. You have to want to be storyteller. That opens your eyes. Simply recalling all the sensory input of when and where the story took place will connect your audience. Then just tell the story. Hone it with the next telling. Find the words that connect every time. Make that story a signature--one no one else can tell.20/07/2017 #5 Tausif MundrawalaIt's an absolute honor of mine to be one among many great writers. Well the topic of storytelling is vast and I think the lifetime won't suffice describing it. But in order to be a good storyteller you have to be a great listener. You should feel and view what your teller wants you to feel and opine later on. I have seen many tragic stories in my life and have tried to bring them forth on this platform and am thankful it's being appreciated by all my fellow bees here including you, my friend. It should evoke memories which would otherwise go into drain with our death. There are many stories left untold which needs to be bring forth here on beBee. Thanks for the encouragement, my friend.
One of your statement evoked many memories of my childhood where my daddy would start with his stories and though he being a disciplinarian he would give a stern look if we try to interrupt. Even now we can't interrupt until he finishes his conversation. He has taught me to be a good listener. That's what make me a good storyteller and my mom instilled in me a habit to feel emotions.
I am glad to be connected with you, my friend, @Alan Culler20/07/2017 #4 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorStorytelling takes the listener and the learner to a whole new level. I feel relating to a story makes it easier for the listener to remember. When I was taking insurance courses, the instructors that related a story to the subject being taught deserved an A+, IMO. When exam time came around, those stories really helped in associating the question with the correct answer.20/07/2017 #3 Alan Culler#1 @Sarah Elkins Thanks so much for your comments. It is about the story - what immerses the listener in the tale. I too have spilled my share of liquids on the dinner table gesticulating obliviously -I'm not Jewish, Greek or Italian -though truth be told I do have a passion for Mediterranean food, people and cultures. Nope, I'm just an old Celt - in the sense of the ancient European people of 500 BCE to 500 CE, the Gauls of France, the Galatians, who ended up in Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Brittany, Cornwall, Iberia and the Isle of Mann -who did produce some stories themselves and their descendants have spilled a lot of beer.
I think a passion for stories isn't limited by ethnicity -Google Sufi Stories.
Alan20/07/2017 #1 Sarah ElkinsYou know how frustrated I get with the use of storytelling as a buzzword, @Alan Culler, which is why this post resonates with me; it's not about the teller, it's about the story! When we have a story to tell, there are lots of ways to make it engaging, and I think that's where the magic comes in.
I've found that some cultures are more likely to pass the storytelling gene along than others, I've found a consistent trend in the Jewish and Native American cultures for sure. I've heard great stories shared in Greek and Italian families as well. What's most common among these populations? People who speak a lot - and who speak a lot with their bodies, their hands. I cannot tell you how many glasses of wine, water, and milk have been spilled at our dining room table, thanks to a particularly enthusiastic story teller. Even the most seemingly boring story can be made entertaining with the right props and vocal techniques.
Terrific beginning to this discussion, Alan.
- Producer14/07/2017Spontaneous PoetryI move with the air and the wind,in my Heart, there is no sin.A man made word, no heartbeats heard,convention and wisdom lie withinin a World that peers without.Yet, in the momentselectric sentences blazethere, a word, a colour, a name.The whisper...
- Producer12/07/2017Our Last Love SongOur Last Love SongMrs-WhiteThis image is harsh on the emotions. Or is it the addition of the title which helps to nail its impact? I felt like I'd been thumped when I first laid eyes on this picture, although there was probably more than a little...
Comments12/07/2017 #5 Rowan Leigh#1 That would have been a considerably better title, but one I would not have ever come up with myself. I almost wanted to look more closely at the possible interpretation of him looking at his shadow...there was probably a message in there somewhere. Thanks, Chas, I hope to be around a little more often.
- 03/07/2017ello.co Meet Artist Sunjae Lee Sunjae Lee (@eugenesunjae) was born in Boston, MA, trained in Portland, OR, is currently based out of Seoul, Korea and specializes in traditional Asian brush watercolor paintings. Interviewer Mark Gelband (@markgelband) is...
- 28/06/2017Golden Horse During Golden Hour
My latest photo on www.flickr.com/photos/kwpashuk
This is a crop of one of the series I shot at a riding stable during Golden Hour, just before the sun sets, and things take on a wonderful glow.
Comments29/06/2017 #7 Sara JacoboviciMagnificent @Kevin Pashuk. You have indeed captured a tremendous amount in this one shot. BTW, it is interesting that in the film business what you refer to as the Golden Hour is called the "magic hour". Many a cinematographer and film director waited and had everyone on the set wait for that special light produced by mother nature. Well done Kevin!28/06/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.super beautiful Kevin, proud of you. Horses are special. This picture is gorgeous gold.
- 09/06/2017In my on-going exploration into the nature of creativity, I have posted a new interview on my blog. This is a vlog with musician and song-writer Michael Flek and consists of a video made up of photos from his career with the audio of the interview over-layed:From Wild Youth to Neue Wilde: Michael Flek on Creativitydavidchislett.com This next creativity interview is an experiment in including sound, photos and the interview into one little package. And the interviewee is Michael Flek: probably best known as the front-man of...
- Producer20/05/2017Writing in WoodA recent post by @Jim Murray got me thinking, as they usually do.https://www.bebee.com/producer/@jim-murray/the-art-of-being-patient-with-yourself-persistent-with-your-craftIt's about the creative urge and what drives it. For him it is about writing...
Comments20/05/2017 #16 Gert Scholtz@Michael O'Neil The fences really are pieced of art. Perhaps I can say your "writing is on the wall". My father was an academic and also loved woodwork - he used to say that it is important to alternate abstract thinking with concrete hand skills - keeps you balanced. Wonderful work Michael.20/05/2017 #14 Jennifer HeflinThe fence is actually stunning. I want one for my home! I love to work with wood and create. It's so rewarding as you say. Thank you for this post and this beautiful sentence "Fractal-like sparkles of sunlight refracted through the droplets on the leaves of trees outside the bay window".20/05/2017 #3 Anonymous#2 My real pleasure @Michael O'Neil. I have just finished мy examination of PhD thesis at the University of Queensland. So we are closer than you think :) Thanks for fractals...New Zealand! ... Sound great. My late father was good with wood. He was an artist and an engineer. Thanks for the memories and for some wonderful thoughts, including yours.
- Producer24/04/2017All Time HighWednesday 8th of July 2028A great year by any means, une année peu ordinaire that's if you really dareDo you know what you will be doing on that day?I don't, and chances are you don't know eitherUnknown is the futureWednesday 8th of JulyA great...
Comments24/04/2017 #6 Praveen Raj GullepalliNow is the time...now is the time,
The past was a pantomime, where we struggled to keep rhythm, keep rhyme.
Now is the time...now is the time,
Sow the future for a dime, for if left wondering your mind a mountain will have to climb.
Now is the time...now is the time,
For hellos and for goodbyes, procrastination is a pocket full of lies.
For you Pascal. From me.
- 25/04/2017Let's have some fun! Free creativity workshop in Durham, NC on 5/4.
Did you know that 98% of us are born with a creative genius? And that the World Economic Forum recently determined creativity will drive our future successes?
I am hosting an action-packed workshop on May 4th from 6:30 to 7:30 pm at the Southern Regional branch of the Durham Public Library. This workshop will help you grow your creative capacity and develop your entrepreneurial instincts; you’ll develop skills that will serve you in all aspects of your life...and did I mention it's free!
I will share the best of what I've learned as an entrepreneur—one of my start-ups was on INC Magazine's list of the 100 Fastest Growing Co’s two years in a row. And as a creative professional—l’ve worked in 4 of the creative industries. And as a fishing guide—at the age of 16 I was leading 50 yr old bank presidents on 4 day fishing trips. And as an author—three novels published, plus ‘Becoming a Creative Genius (again)’. And as teacher and a student of creativity—I spent 14 years teaching courses on creativity and entrepreneurship at Duke.
Bring a friend or two, bring your book club, bring your virtuous circle, bring your business associates, and let’s have some fun.
Southern Regional branch of Durham Library
May 4th, 6:30 to 7:30
- Producer14/04/2017Fibonacci Variations on a Theme of Papiliones, Opus II am currently migrating my artwork to BeBee, in an effort to transform my life into one of professionalism and sensibility, elaborately intertwined in the fabric of reality. View the original poem here: http://ow.ly/mrvF30aQGLc.This is the first...
Comments15/04/2017 #33 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#28 that is so super kind thank you @Salma Rodriguez15/04/2017 #28 Salma Rodriguez#25 Why, I am humbled, @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.. I am very grateful for your feedback. Thank you and God bless on this Good Friday.14/04/2017 #27 Tausif MundrawalaIt was as if words came alive in the form of the surrounding of this beautiful butterfly. I was spell bounded by their very liveliness and full of activity. Thanks for introducing me to Fibonacci poetry and I would like to thank my friend, @Milos Djukic for tagging me. Milos have inspired many of our friends to pen buzzes either on his comments or an idea. I am exhilarated to be a part of such an intellectually charged environment of our beBee.14/04/2017 #26 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.delicious honey and that reference to the lovely @Milos Djukic was a good choice, good luck with your art work on beBee @Salma Rodriguez14/04/2017 #25 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.wow, discovered a gem bee!14/04/2017 #21 Salma Rodriguez#18 Thank you, @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee. I had reinvigorated my soul, returning from a state of depression, when I wrote this poem. #14 @Milos Djukic I will read your article! Thank you once again. And thank you, #17 #16 #12 @Sara Jacobovici @debasish majumder and #11 @CityVP 🐝 Manjit for all your comments.14/04/2017 #18 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeThe Fibonacci structure of poetry writing is truly a beautiful idea. I wonder even of our buzzes should be structured accordingly.
Thank you @Salma Rodriguez for sharing this great poem with its new soul and to @Milos Djukic for making the suggestion to you and also for writing a great comment below explaining in Fibonacci numbers the idea of this structure.
"The tide is high and then it's low, and when it breaks it tears apart unharnessed shells and injured souls within their shells"- Salma you got me out of my shell bursting with joy reading this line. So many rich feelings embedded here14/04/2017 #14 AnonymousFractal writing style experiment...
"The new mathematical (Fibonacci) sequence, a string of objects (words) is: The People's (0) beauty (1), means to respect (1) someone's curiosity, mindfulness and imagination (2). The human interaction (3), which is a synonym for leadership, means to learn (5) from someone and to educate (8) someone. Creativity and authenticity (13) are necessary in order to elevate the human spirit (21) and successfully adopt the self-similar (34) principle" - from "About People, Social Writing and Mindfulness", LinkedIn long-form post, published on December 16, 2014
- 06/04/2017Two words: Discover Weekly.Not So Special eh?davidchislett.com I have always thought of music tastes as a kind of unique feature, like a fingerprint. We all grow up with different influence in our immediate environment and go through distinct phases as...
- Producer05/04/2017Magic of the Movements .Here is a true story As a Dance Educator and a Creative MovementTrainer using Ballroom and Latin dances to improve health and well-being through various Dance for Wellness programs, it has been an enriching experience watching the learners revel in...
Comments06/04/2017 #5 Savvy Raj#4 This is one of those moments when writing and sharing stories from our lives bring us a deep sense of connection... with our readers and ourselves in gratitude for the learnings. And there is that sense of magic through words.
This is an old story but to me, but sharing it evokes the same poignant feeling of fond memories of the people that are attached to it. Thank you @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee for your caring to share your thoughts here It is wonderful to know you enjoyed it. I see this as a great personal learning, sharing it here on Bebee. With both you and @Sara Jacobovici. having reflected on my writing skills and concurring. I am indeed truly honoured and motivated by your words to share more05/04/2017 #4 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeNever write a comment post a comment by @Sara Jacobovici because she reads my mind. I concur with Sara and I find that the talent of @Savvy Raj in writing stories is rare. I started to sketch the events and the tension build up and I find this buzz a great example of storytelling. March on Savvy.05/04/2017 #3 Savvy Raj#1 The joy of writing is only surpassed by the acceptance of what you wrote ... Robert Lucas
Thank you dear Sara for your sensing the story with me and caring to share this . It is interactions such as these that leave us touched beyond words in the circle of life and living and propels us to do more. Felt this story needs to be shared. And Thank you for your kind words
and keen observation of my skills in time.Truly an honour coming from a prolific person like you ..05/04/2017 #1 Sara JacoboviciBRAVO @Savvy Raj. Your story is wonderful on so many levels! First, you are a great storyteller. I was able to "follow every step" of emotion and learning. You are also a great teacher because you are a witness to your students' learning and experience. And you also learn from them; this is the most important sign of being a good teacher. You are also a very creative person; through dance, images, poetry, writing and storytelling. Finally, you have all the ingredients to be a successful business person; "Cultivate Patience. Dream selflessly. Positive things are waiting to unfold if only we continue to dream our unique dream and believe in it ! All you need is the strength of intention and the dreams realizes itself , just trust in the process! Do what you do with all your heart ! Like minded people will arrive somehow and help you actualize it !"
- Producer19/03/2017Pockets of Creative ThoughtsSome ideas crossed my mind while exchanging comments or reading buzzes here on beBee. I wish to share them with you. If you find me hallucinating it is because of the depth of what I have been reading. I share with the readers what I experienced...
Comments20/03/2017 #39 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBeeIn years past, my quiet time was merely when I was sleeping. I was too busy to stop and reflect. I would oftentimes problem solve in my sleep and show up back to work the next morning refreshed and able to put my discovery into play. I now have time to reflect and can hardly keep up.20/03/2017 #33 Alan CullerSo many engaging thoughts, Ali -"fire from ice. . .if the ice is really clear" -how to engage with vision - a clear, engaging, sensory rich, and emotionally laden picture of the desired future state.
"Quiet space for calm reflection" -how little time we leave ourselves to learn -without insight practice has the monotony and stagnation of learning-less, unaware action, which leads to error and safety risk.
Riding "the eye of the storm "-what a description of how master change through reflective learning.
Thank you for stretching my thinking.
Alan19/03/2017 #30 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#27 This is an accomplished comment dear @Tausif Mundrawala. I love it. In particular "I have read an article about human tears reflecting their mood and their state of mind when that tears were being shed" and this is very true. Apparently, our tears record our feelings and shape up accordingly. I have learnt from you as well and I am deeply grateful to you.19/03/2017 #28 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#26 SOoner than you expect @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc., but not the next one. I promise very soon.19/03/2017 #27 Tausif MundrawalaI think each and everyone one was us needs a so called 'Me-Time' to reflect upon us being an individual person. Sometimes we tend to overlook our strengths and categorize it as our weakness and vice versa. I have read an article about human tears reflecting their mood and their state of mind when that tears were being shed.
We need to have an eye on every detail which completes us as a person and which goes hand-in-hand by developing and helping us emerge strong from within. I would like to thank you for your previous statement that Dear Tausif we have lived through your experiences and we would like to carry it forward.
I can't thank you enough for all the buzzes which you have produced and has helped us to engage with our other fellow bees. It's been a great learning experience for me here on beBee.19/03/2017 #26 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#25 ooooh I am so looking forward to reading that jewel @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee. Let it come!!!19/03/2017 #25 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#24 Absolutely correct @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.By the way, soon I am writing a buzz on one of your buzzes.19/03/2017 #24 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.a beautiful example of joined bee forces
- Producer15/03/2017Wanna start a music revolution?"If you wanna start a Music revolution, please don't know what you're doing!" - John Lydon (Johnny...
- 13/03/2017Thanks to @Gert Scholtz for sending this article my way. Great article about a great individual @Milos Djukic, the following line in the article reminded me of you and your work: "...the friendships between great artists and great scientists..."Oliver Sacks on Storytelling, the Curious Psychology of Writing, and What His Poet Friend Taught Him About the Nature of Creativity – Brain Pickings | beBeeview.bebee.com
- 12/03/2017Anything is possible!A man isolated himself in the Arctic for 20 years. What he reveals inside this cave is incredible.www.topbuzz.com Tim Linhart was an ice sculptor in Colorado. One day he carved an upright string bass from ice and was astonished at the beautiful sound it made. Now he is...
Comments12/03/2017 #3 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeI commented on a buzz by @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. on Freeze Your Brain today by asking a question. If we freeze our brains (mostly composed of water) if we still can use the frozen brain as an instrument to generate music from the ice.
- 11/03/2017I like what this guy has to say.Hans Zimmer Teaches Film Scoring | Official Trailer Learn more at...
- Producer09/03/2017BeBee Poets and PoemsOn BeBee there are many prolific poets. They enthrall us with their rhythm and rhyme and palettes of prose. They touch our mind and our heart. They combine creativity and precision. Here is a new collection of more than twenty poems from the poets...
Comments27/04/2017 #55 Yogesh Sukal#50 Indeed, great month of poetry festival, I almost got four poem this months here one more added. Have a look poets here in the bebee poetry festival.
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@yogesh-sukal/everything-or-nothing View more#50 Indeed, great month of poetry festival, I almost got four poem this months here one more added. Have a look poets here in the bebee poetry festival.
Thank you @Gert Scholtz for the great initiation.
#53 #49 #48 #45 #40 #29 #8 #9 #10 #11 Close07/04/2017 #53 Laura Mikolaitis@Gert Scholtz, this is a wonderfully eclectic compilation of poetry. Each one paints its own story for the reader and easily transports to a place within where one can reflect, and perhaps connect. I truly enjoyed reading each of these and many kudos to the authors - you have done a wonderful job!07/04/2017 #51 Gert Scholtz@Mamen 🐝 Delgado @Sweta Parmar @Tausif Mundrawala Thank you for your wonderful comments. Tausif, your comments are poetic in itself: "Lets celebrate this wonderful festival of words where each and every word chimes like a bell with different tones left unexplored before. Lets pour those words through our truest self in order to reflect upon the unheard and unexplored territory of senses and emotions".06/04/2017 #48 AnonymousThanks @Gert Scholtz , I am honored to be included amongst such wonderful writers and words! And thank you for putting this compilation together in general, so lovely to see, discover, and feel. :)
“Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.” ~Leonardo da Vinci06/04/2017 #47 Tausif MundrawalaLets celebrate this wonderful festival of words where each and every word chimes like a bell with different tones left unexplored before. Lets pour those words through our truest self in order to reflect upon the unheard and unexplored territory of senses, emotions, happenings etc.
Different words like different hues form shades of all the philosophies which were left unexplored. Thanks my friend,@Gert Scholtz once again.14/03/2017 #38 Yogesh Sukal@Gert Scholtz Thank you starting poetry fest, here is one from me.
- 04/03/2017Pendulum Waves with Philip Glass I loved this video of pendulum waves from Harvard and knew immediately that Philip Glass would be the perfect accompaniment. "The Secret Agent Ending" from...
- Producer02/03/2017Art by Claire CardwellBlue Lion - 2007 I've been rather busy recently painting and finishing off projects. I am starting a marketing campaign to promote myself as an artist and sell my work both in South Africa and overseas. I don't have a particular style or genre, I...
Comments19/03/2017 #35 Claire L Cardwell@🐝 Fatima G. Williams - Pepper has gone out her way to make people feel unwelcome in my home. She glares at them and has perfected the Death Stare. She can keep this Death Stare up for hours on end..... Recently she glared at poor Molly Zodwa for over two hours. She also bites all my guests. Only two people have ever come over unscathed. One of her favourite tricks is to lurk behind doors and attack you as you go past. I have to keep her pretty stoned on Catnip on many nights.19/03/2017 #33 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#31 She bites really ? 😂 I have two cuteys back home. Named them whiskey and Brandy 😂😍. Love them loads. If we irritate them they act like they are biting us but if we were to react with a painful sound. They would look with concern. They recognise my voice whenever I skype home. Miss them loads.03/03/2017 #20 Claire L Cardwell@CityVP 🐝 Manjit - thanks so much for the links - I actually have a copy of The Artist's Way knocking around somewhere, I will go and dust it off! The Pinterest page was v. interesting and inspiring. Since I work for myself I am free to take time off or work whenever I want. As I do things that I love (Architecture, Writing and Art) work does not feel like work, it's playtime all the time for me! However you are right I do need to focus in being here right now and I do need to take time off to rest and recharge!
- Producer02/03/2017'I', AN OBSCURE ELEMENT IN OUR EYE!I am in quandary, who I am ? What is in my D.N.A. is truly the reflection in my name? I am confused what is in my plasma How I feel exasperated in the available miasma Where I feel stifled and in claustrophobia Where my entity is...
Comments03/03/2017 #26 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeLife itself appears as a conundrum
Where external elementary conditions make huge humdrum
The silver lining in the cloud engulfed me
At least I find a quality and character to align with glee!
I see my buzz on the mirror of your poem dear @debasish majumder. Your vocabulary is very rich and your poem flows. I selected the few lines that moved me the most. I shared and I voice my opinion again you are a scientific poet.02/03/2017 #18 David B. GrinbergDebasish, I admire your creative writing talent and potent poetry. I think that you and @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. should be knighted as beBee's resident poets. You both work wonders with words and meaning.02/03/2017 #16 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#15 happy to read that @debasish majumder, thank you02/03/2017 #14 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.thank you for the tag @debasish majumder, one thing is sure, with your DNA we can expect many more perls of wisdom from you!
- Producer25/02/20171 Thinking Rationally Limits our Creativity When people do not have one or more senses they develop others. Like Helen Keller, in the picture above, who said her thinking was like a dance, with movement, energy and rhthym when with dancers at Martha Graham's dance studio. “Oh, how wonderful!...
Comments25/02/2017 #19 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee#15 Exactly, we need both - I am not throwing away the baby with the bath water! It is just for 1000's of years the prevailing focus has been on what is rational & objective - it is like being lop sided. And it is known Now but we haven't quite shifted gears! We attempt to be systemic but with a rational bias. We are still not giving credit to our sensory, intuitive, creative capacities. This requires us to be flexible and resilient and accepting - all the things we say we want.25/02/2017 #18 🐝 Fatima G. Williams@Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee Talking about senses, my body signals me when I'm about to do something wrong or screw up at something. It's like I know I'm not supposed to be doing this. Why am I even here. A feeling in my gut uneasiness etc
All those mistakes I could have avoided had I known to read these signals and acknowledge them
Reading your book I realise that its been my body and senses talking to me. I'm left intrigued.25/02/2017 #15 Robert CormackFunny you say that, Deb. I have a friend who's a medical masseuse. Needless to say, she's touching and feeling all the time, but she absolutely loves reading. Everything I write, she comes back with a message, telling me she liked this or didn't like that. She craves creativity. I guess that's the way the pendulum swings, we need the "other side" to balance us out.#925/02/2017 #12 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee#3 @William VanDorin what a great quote, "Brilliance is the intuitive application of imagination manifested in reality by technical expertise resulting in an augmentation of our perceive reality. Rationality is subjective and limiting in it's scope.?" Thanks for reading & commenting. Let's continue the dialogue.25/02/2017 #11 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee#5 Dear @Ali Anani, have you heard of Tim Leberecht? he wrote, "The Business Romantic" I sense you will love his work. Bringing beautiful into business. I am lucky that he will be here in Australia soon with another creative Mykel Dixon. I am looking forward to the event. https://www.thebusinessromanticevent.com/#201725/02/2017 #10 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee#6 the art of dance yes. Waldorf Steiner & Howard Gardener talk about dance as an intelligence. I sense though some people see dance as something some people have and others don't. Whilst some may be born with an inherent interest and skill in one domain, I believe we all have intelligence in our movement. Start noticing how your body unconsciously moves when you speak or think about something and sense your posture, shape, movement, temperature. Sense your body moving and then muse on what your body just said to you!25/02/2017 #9 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee#7 Yes @Robert Cormack - "being creative isn't going to get us anywhere" - that has been a common belief in the past. I sense this being overturned, flipped completely upside down. To compensate working with technology I believe we are unconsciously choosing activities that bring us into the realm of the senses. I just saw a post on Linked In that said, beauticians and massage therapists in demand. Our need for touch & aesthetics being played out here.These are visceral & sensory.25/02/2017 #8 Chas ✌️ WyattYou have used quotes from one of my favorites- Einstein. "Real freedom grows in a climate of surrender and letting go. The creative spontaneity that we seek implies a simultaneous liberation from ourselves, from our ego and mundane attachments, with a growing receptivity to the deeper, more essential parts of our nature."~ David Ulrich, "The Widening Stream- the Seven Stages of Creativity".25/02/2017 #7 Robert CormackGood post, @Deb Lange. You've included one of Einstein's best quotes. In some respects, I guess we stick to script: "This is how life is, being creative isn't going to get you anywhere, why don't you get a safe job?" Thinking back, so many decisions have been based on what other people do. Why aren't I being normal? Why aren't I enjoying myself like everyone else? This is where rational thinking comes from, the idea that rational follows popular train of thought, whereas creative is somewhere off in la la land. Thanks for posting.25/02/2017 #5 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeDear @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee- no topic attracts me like creativity and you have done a wonderful sensing of what creativity is all about. To be deprived of our senses is to lack creativity and work with only half of our brains. I share this buzz because it is so clear and outstanding
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Comments05/04/2017 #40 Henri GalvãoI love Paco de Lucía. I don't know much about Carlos Montoya and Andrés Segovia (except for this performance of "Asturias - Leyenda"), but I'd like to mention Sabicas. Honestly, I've never seen anyone play with such grace as he did.
Here in Brazil, there are/were many very fine guitar players also, but the one I'd like to highlight is Baden Powell. Among others distinctions, he's the first guy that i know of that could play effortlessly while holding a cigarrette :-D
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HgR7YJpOoPE05/04/2017 #39 Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SAGreat buzz @Javier 🐝 beBee. I was especially impressed with the technique of Carlos Montoya..powerful, technically brilliant and it seems he can improvise at will. He makes his instrument sound like an electric guitar and even a bouzouki in places. Paco de Lucia brought back fond memories of Las Ramblas in Barcelona ..relaxing at the side walk cafes eating jambon and croquettes and listening to the street flamenco players...great holiday!21/02/2017 #38 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsI love guitars and it's so cool to learn about the spanish guitars. And Flamenco OMG He is a magician with the guitar in his hand. I love the guitar as most of my friends are pretty good at it and this is such a musical buzz and I just love it. All the musicians here are insanely fantabulous with the masterpiece in their hand. Wow I'm just wowed 🤗 Thank you @Javier 🐝 beBee we would love to see you strike a few chords I'm sure you have one 😉😉😉😉19/02/2017 #35 Mario L CastellanosWant to hear someone that will blow you away? This German, yes GERMAN, is one of the "baddest" (this means "good" for those unfamiliar with kid slang here in the US) Spanish guitarist you will hear. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIN6L3mKDpg&list=RDOIN6L3mKDpg#t=42. If you don't have 1hour and 10 minutes right now, Jump to 9:02 BARCELONA NIGHTS.
How I wish I had continued my lesson when I was kid myself. I've tried to listen to good Spanish guitar when I'm driving. But, I always eventually close my eyes. The two don't mix to well.19/02/2017 #34 Javier 🐝 beBee@Sara Jacobovici @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian this is the context Javi vs the Plow: Speculative Fiction https://www.bebee.com/producer/@paul-croubalian/javi-vs-the-plow-speculative-fiction
By the way if you search "javi vs the plow" google show nice results 😂😂😂😂
Google is starting to fall in love with beBee19/02/2017 #26 Javier 🐝 beBee#23 @Sara Jacobovici @Phil Friedman I am happy you enjoy spanish guitarist. They are leyends. And Phil I agree ... bordes are set by humans... beBee flag will be made of diversity, multilingualism, and no barriers at all. The fact beBee was born in Spain is a simple coincidence. We are not better because we are americans , europeans , asians, oceanians or africans. It is very sad to see how human can be so stubborn.