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  • 18.174 TÉCNICO/A DE PROYECTOS EUROPEOS Y FUNDRAISING- GRUPO ARESTORA

    18.174 TÉCNICO/A DE PROYECTOS EUROPEOS Y FUNDRAISING- GRUPO ARESTORA

    Grupo Arestora precisa incorporar un/a TÉCNICO/A DE PROYECTOS Y FUNDRAISING, para asociación dedicada a la atención e integración de personas con discapacidad intelectual, situada en la provincia de A Coruña. Misión del puesto: Gestión,...

    A Coruña, Spain

  • TELEFONISTA

    TELEFONISTA

    Importante empresa encargada de Asesoría y capacitación de personal en ámbitos laborales Solicita personal para realizar actividades de oficina principalmente atención de líneas telefónicas, capturar y archivar datos Requiero: Edad entre 18...

    Distrito Federal, Mexico

  • ENCUESTADOR CAQUETA

    ENCUESTADOR CAQUETA

    Profesional en economía, estadística, administrador de empresas, administrador público, abogado y/o ciencias sociales.Experiencia profesional mínima de un (1) año en temas de infancia y adolescencia y/o derechos humanos. La vacante aplica para...

    Caquetá, Colombia

  • AUXILIAR ADMINISTRATIVO

    AUXILIAR ADMINISTRATIVO

    Empresa encargada de la capacitación de personal para cualquier ámbito laboral. Solicita ayudante administrativo para laborar de lunes a viernes, ingresos de $1950 Semanales. Actividades:  Atención a una o varias líneas telefónicas ...

    Distrito Federal, Mexico

  • TELEFONISTA

    TELEFONISTA

    Importante empresa encargada de Asesoría y capacitación de personal en ámbitos laborales Solicita personal para realizar actividades de oficina principalmente atención de líneas telefónicas, capturar y archivar datos Requiero: Edad entre 18...

    Distrito Federal, Mexico

Tausif Mundrawala

Tausif Mundrawala

2d ago · 5 min read · ~10 · 3
To Lifestyle and 5 more
Mercy vs Malice

Mercy vs Malice

Image courtesy- Sara Ray Art. As I was evaluating someone's malicious intent, it kept me disappointed throughout the journey of this emotive issue. How do people hurt without having an iota of mercy in them? From where do they muster enough strength...

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

When we see malice our observation should be focused what principals are at work within the individual. Once the malice is judged it is what it is. But malice does not just turn on in a few moments, it is something we mature into over time. Riding on absolute principals that were giving many signs long before judgment was required.

Malice is always tested in small ways that seem benign until the big event.

3m ago
Tausif Mundrawala

Tausif Mundrawala

Since a long time this topic was doing rounds in my mind. Though both of these stories are real, no one was ready to demystify the first one. I took an initiative to ask her closest ones what actually happened? No one could have thought that this story would be brought forth under the subject of malice but after due deliberation I did. "Zubbie" has always compelled me to pen her story and let this world know what really happened.

The people with malicious intent always behave like a cunning fox by always proving themselves right which is otherwise. I have seen them ruin their own lives with their own deeds. I know I can't prove this scientifically but have seen this happening.

Your contribution has always lead to my intellectual growth for which I am highly thankful. Thank you once again, Sir Harvey Lloyd

12m ago
Tausif Mundrawala

Tausif Mundrawala

2d ago · 2 min read · ~10 · 8
Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

2d ago · 2 min read · ~10
To Business and 9 more
Prisoners of Assumptions and Habits

Prisoners of Assumptions and Habits

Try to change a habit and meet the challenges this change enforces on you. You carry a long-time owned assumption and face the challenge of letting go of it when this assumption is opposed by new facts. As much as these assumptions and habit...

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

You delve into the deeper conversation of faith to an individual. In all faith it should promote humanity as an absolute, even those who are different in faith. As to conversion, i would state that the faith we carry is faith we live by and succeed or fail by. Each person must review their own self awareness of faith and be able to stand within the framework when the storm is at its peak. This is truly personal choice. The reason it is called faith is that i can only prove that it works for me. I cant prove it before anyone else except through how they view my execution. Even then it is still personal choice.

My concern is not how man has dismembered faith into so many secs but rather who is writing our faith if God is not. More in the philosophical realm than religious.

Hard science and clearly not political leaders are suited for labeling morality for us all. With Nietzsche it was this question that he predicted nihilism
would become rampant. I don't think he missed the mark by far. Living life from a moral set provided by authority not of this world is what builds societies. We have historical proof of when we leave this thought what happens and we have proof of what happens when we do serve this higher authority. We need only look at those who rose to power and built or destroyed.

Great discussion and thanks for allowing me to comment.

6m ago
Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

You remind me of the expression "lost faith". The question is also is it "lost and found"?
How do we define faith? Is faith in God being a Moslem disapproves the faith in God by a Christian? Which faith to follow? Is it a learned faith? A genetic one?
These are questions that made me write my previous comment in response to Lada 🏡 Prkic.
People who convert religion- what faith prompted them to do so? I am considering your statement "I don't believe that the truths of faith change...". Do we consider conversion of faith as part of the truth in faith? I don't claim I have the answers, but I am thinking deeply about these questions.

29m ago
Phil Johnson

Phil Johnson

10h ago · 1 min read · ~10
Enough Is Enough

Enough Is Enough

Increasingly I wonder what future generations are going to say about us and the choices we are making. Will they feel our actions have helped them or added to the challenges they are having to face? We are standing on the shoulders of all the...

Ignacio Gallo Campos www.ignaciogallocampos.com
To Coaching and 2 more
How to become a sales pro in 13 days (for non sales pros)

How to become a sales pro in 13 days (for non sales pros)

Spend time in creating a document of buyer Personas to discover who you are selling to and what drives them and to be able to add them tons of value with your interaction. Selling will be a natural consequence, so will be buying.Buyer PersonaPains /...

Edward Lewellen

Edward Lewellen

27/9/2018 · 2 min read · ~10 · 1
To Women in Leadership and 5 more
Why Quick Decision Makers Are More Successful

Why Quick Decision Makers Are More Successful

Andy Andrews is famous for his saying, “Successful people make their decisions quickly and change their minds slowly. Failures make their decisions slowly and change their minds quickly.”Is there any real science behind this saying? Yes, and...

David Navarro López

David Navarro López

According to this issue, some time ago it came to my eyes some information from John Bargh, Yale's University Psychologist, which compelled me to write this presentation. Please enjoy https://www.slideshare.net/bicefablog/why-making-choices-based-on-intuition-can-be-successful-47455282

17h ago
Edward Lewellen

Edward Lewellen

Thanks for your insights, Jerry Fletcher! Some may think I'm promoting a cavalier attitude toward decision-making. I'm not. We need to gather enough information to make a decision and then make it. How much is enough? In my experience coaching people, most people know when it's time to decide. They know when they're 'beating a dead horse' for more information.

28/9/2018

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    Omar Farooqi

    Directors and Executives

    Illinois, United States

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    Sergio Penna

    Directors and Executives

    São Paulo, Brazil

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