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  1. Julia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
    LOOKING TO HIRE OUTSOURCING COMPANY?
    Julia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
    Looking to hire outsourcing company?
    bit.ly The reality of the matter is that picking an outsourcing company can increase the value of your business, the errand is not as simple as it appears as organizations face a lot of difficulties with...
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  2. Nadiya Manir

    Nadiya Manir

    29/06/2017
    A Beginner's Guide To Ethereum, The Next Bitcoin

    via DuckDuckGo for Android
    Nadiya Manir
    A Beginner's Guide To Ethereum, The Next Bitcoin
    digg.com Just what is this Ethereum thing? Will it really make our current monetary system obsolete? Are we all gonna be rich? The answer is, well, just...
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  3. ProducerPhil ๐Ÿ Johnson, MBL and Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Emotional Intelligence 20,000 Reasons
    Emotional Intelligence 20,000 ReasonsThe organ that has kept us alive has become our greatest obstacle to achieving better results. In the next 10-15 years we will experience the equivalent of 100 years of innovation and change. This rate will continue to accelerate throughout the...
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    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    29/06/2017 #2 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    Great explanation of the brain @Phil ๐Ÿ Johnson, MBL and Brand Ambassador @beBee. I think my limbic system works overtime. It needs to slow down & compensate lol. You wrote, "Our ability to embrace these changes will be determined by our level of emotional intelligence and authentic leadership." How true this is. Well stated!
    Lyon Brave
    29/06/2017 #1 Lyon Brave
    I love this
  4. Geoff Hudson-Searle
    Do not miss this weeks blog 'Music is emotional communication...explained' Not to be missed.
    Geoff Hudson-Searle
    Music is emotional communication... explained - Freedom after the sharks
    freedomafterthesharks.com Some time ago I wrote a blog called โ€œWhat is Happinessโ€ โ€“ the blog talked about our human happiness, the opening of our hearts to truly experience passion in our lives and our ability to elevate our emotions and increase productivity across our...
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  5. DrArt Trejo

    DrArt Trejo

    29/06/2017
    7 Things Fabulous Listeners Do Differently
    DrArt Trejo
    7 Things Fabulous Listeners Do Differently
    www.linkedin.com Listening is a bit like intelligenceโ€”most everyone thinks theyโ€™re above average, even though thatโ€™s impossible. And listening is a skill you want...
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  6. DrArt Trejo

    DrArt Trejo

    29/06/2017
    How to Make Sense of a Mass Grave
    DrArt Trejo
    How to Make Sense of a Mass Grave
    www.atlasobscura.com A fascinating case study from the Thirty Years'...
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  7. DrArt Trejo

    DrArt Trejo

    29/06/2017
    12 Ancient Scientific Instruments You Can Still See Today
    DrArt Trejo
    12 Places to See Some of the Earliest Scientific Instruments
    www.atlasobscura.com These ancient mechanisms were way ahead of their...
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  8. DrArt Trejo

    DrArt Trejo

    29/06/2017
    very sad - 'Moms are persona non grata': are tech startups hostile to working mothers?++
    DrArt Trejo
    'Moms are persona non grata': are tech startups hostile to working mothers?
    www.theguardian.com From all-nighters at the office to insensitive male coworkers, working mothers and mothers-to-be often describe the tech world as hostile to their...
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  9. DrArt Trejo

    DrArt Trejo

    29/06/2017
    This 700-Horsepower 3D-Printed Supercar Is the Future of Car-Making
    DrArt Trejo
    This 700-Horsepower 3D-Printed Supercar Is the Future of Car-Making
    www.popularmechanics.com The Divergent 3D Blade demonstrates how 3D printing will make future supercars even...
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  10. Phil Friedman

    Phil Friedman

    29/06/2017
    @Javier ๐Ÿ beBee abd @Juan Imaz, this is the transom lettering of the Offshore 80 motor yacht recently completed in Taiwan under our supervision. Who says we don't promote beBee? See: http://tinyurl.com/y9enzhrj Phil Friedman
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    Javier ๐Ÿ beBee
    29/06/2017 #3 Javier ๐Ÿ beBee
    @Phil Friedman thanks!!! Much appreciated !!!!
  11. ProducerGraham๐Ÿ Edwards
    It may seem like I want to discuss hiring... and I do.
    It may seem like I want to discuss hiring... and I do.Recently I wrote about ownershipย couched in a story about hiring and I was asked by a couple of people if I could offer some insight and thoughts into the topic of hiring itself โ€” Bingo, Bango, Bongo a blog topic presented itself.ย Much of my hiring...
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  12. Patricia M Plaza
    ยฟTocamos las castaรฑuelas? #Gastronomรญa #receta #cerdoibรฉrico
    Patricia M Plaza
    Receta de Josรฉ Luis Santos Argaรฑรญn ~ Pplaza~Patriplanner
    bit.ly Receta de Jose Luis Santos Argaรฑรญn, jefe de cocina de El Ermitaรฑo (Castilla y Leรณn). Glaseado de Castaรฑuela ibรฉrica, su jugo, verduritas y caviar de...
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  13. George Touryliov
    Retailers must make a concerted effort to create a consumer experience that feels downright effortless. It should be as easy as taking an outfit from your closet, or putting it back on the hanger if you change your mind. Shopping can and should be both richer, and more simple, than ever. Read on for more -
    George Touryliov
    That Was Easy: Retailers Must Simplify Shopping in a Complex World
    www.business2community.com Shopping today is an experience in choice: consumers can shop in person, on a desktop or from a mobile device. They can communicate with a brand via phone, email, text messaging, live chat, social...
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  14. ProducerBrigette Hyacinth
    The Manager who could Lead: Leaving a Leadership Legacy
    The Manager who could Lead: Leaving a Leadership LegacyThe true test of your leadership is after you have gone. Do you remain in the hearts of your followers? Is the baton passed on to follow the vision or does it die with you? We see today, people are still being inspired by the worldโ€™s greatest...
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    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    29/06/2017 #5 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    Great points about being a true leader @Brigette Hyacinth! This one stood out: "Humility is a critical leadership success factor. Leading with humility means focusing on others and practicing the servant leadership. True leaders always aim to serve rather than be served." I've had one leader in my life who truly stood out and that was our director of Respiratory Therapy. He was kind, quiet, had a lot of humility, led by example and was extremely intelligent. Our department or as we'd be called today, our team functioned quite well as a team because of his excellent leadership skills. When I was pregnant he was flexible with me, something that wasn't so common back then. To this day, I'm grateful to him for hiring me and training me exceptionally well. We had many good times even though the job was highly stressful due to the nature of this type of career. Sadly, I learned he passed away from cancer about 5 years ago, he wasn't that old.
    Lance  ๐Ÿ Scoular
    29/06/2017 #4 Lance ๐Ÿ Scoular
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    Lyon Brave
    29/06/2017 #3 Lyon Brave
    yes!
    David B. Grinberg
    29/06/2017 #2 David B. Grinberg
    Thank you, Brigette, for another buzzing blog about the foundations and fundamental of great leadership. I would say that our King Bee @Javier ๐Ÿ beBee exemplifies all the important points you make above. I'm share this post in several hives. Again, your expert advice, astute analysis and important insights are always most appreciated. Thanks for all you do -- and keep buzzing!
    cc: @John White, MBA @Matt ๐Ÿ Sweetwood @Lance ๐Ÿ Scoular @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian @Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher @Mamen ๐Ÿ Delgado
    Rick Delmonico
    28/06/2017 #1 Rick Delmonico
    Leading from the front, leading from behind and leading from above.
  15. ProducerSteve Blakeman

    Steve Blakeman

    28/06/2017
    My parents have no idea what I do for a job. Do yours?
    My parents have no idea what I do for a job. Do yours?I've been in the media planning / buying business for 30 years. And for the exact same amount of time I've been trying to explain what I do to my parents. But alas to no avail. They still think I "make adverts".ย  Trust me, it's not like I haven't...
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    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    29/06/2017 #9 CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    My parents usually tell me the job I should be doing and if I do happen to do that one, they tell me about the job I should be doing.
    Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    29/06/2017 #8 Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    I stopped explaining what I do...I just tell people I play with numbers and data all day or I jokingly tell people; I show people what a bad job they're doing.
    I always sigh when I have to answer the question: What's your title? I'm the Projects & Operations Analyst...They just stare at me because they don't want to ask: What's that? The fun part is when someone asks me: So, what's your degree in? I find the stunned silence when I say; I'm an Environmental Scientist by education...hilarious as they try to connect the two. As for my parent; she thinks I'm still a secretary.
    David B. Grinberg
    29/06/2017 #7 David B. Grinberg
    Interesting read, Steve. My first question is, do you think this is a communications problem that can be attributed to generational differences, especially considering that some of the job titles weren't even around during the time our parents were in the labor force?
    And second, would it be partially or fully accurate to tell your parents: I buy and sell media advertising for TV, other media outlets, and/or media-related private sector companies? Sometimes the most simple answer is best. Just a thought...
    Thanks for an enjoyable read and buzzing blog post!
    Aaron ๐Ÿ Skogen
    28/06/2017 #6 Aaron ๐Ÿ Skogen
    #3 I have a gut feeling your spot on there, @Lynda Spiegel, and yes, no matter what I'll still be a proud "pop's" :-).
    ๐Ÿ Fatima G. Williams
    28/06/2017 #5 ๐Ÿ Fatima G. Williams
    Great post here @Steve Blakeman it sometimes helps telling our family and friends what we do. May be they have some advice to offer or might even end up getting us contacts that we can potentially use to expand our business or get advice on what we do. I think it's important that family knows our work and it's expectations. This will also help bring in a work life balance. The easiest way to explain our jobs is tell what we love the most about our jobs.
    Lynda Spiegel
    28/06/2017 #3 Lynda Spiegel
    #1 @Aaron ๐Ÿ Skogen, there's no doubt in my mind at all that whatever your 16 year old will do professionally is not yet a "thing;" your five year old - for certain. But you'll be proud and that's all that matters!
    Lynda Spiegel
    28/06/2017 #2 Lynda Spiegel
    I'm wondering why it matters if parents get it or not. One of my kids (both Millennials) is a branding exec; the other is a film publicist. On a high level, I understand what they do, but I have no idea what that translates to on a day-to-day basis. Several years ago, I had to tell THEM was a UI/UX designer was! So the point is, what difference does it make, so long as we can explain what we do to ourselves, and to those higher up the corporate food chain?
    Aaron ๐Ÿ Skogen
    28/06/2017 #1 Aaron ๐Ÿ Skogen
    Same issue here @Steve Blakeman, and I'm in a relatively "traditional" senior operations leadership role. My parents really don't understand what I do, but I've resigned myself to that being "OK". :-)

    Nice buzz! I enjoyed the list of reasons parents may note get it from Forbes. I like to think that in a few years when my oldest, who is now 16, joins the workforce in whatever it is he decides to pursue, that I will understand. Yet I wonder when my youngest, now 5, joins the workforce if the job will have even existed today. . .
  16. George Touryliov
    When it comes to Big Data, itโ€™s not how much you have โ€” itโ€™s what you do with it that counts. We all know that major companies like Amazon, Uber and Netflix use big data to drive everything from new product developments to predicting which movies will keep you glued to your chair โ€” but retailers face a unique situation that many digital properties donโ€™t.
    George Touryliov
    How 4 Major Retailers are Using Big Data
    blog.kissmetrics.com What are major retailers doing now to capitalize on the data they collect? Letโ€™s take a look at some innovative...
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  17. Raรบl Ibilcieta
    Raรบl Ibilcieta
    Consultorรญa Online Express.
    securitylabs.es Servicio de Consultorรญa Online Express. Consultas por Whatsapps, Email o...
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  18. George Touryliov
    A Step-By-Step Guide To Implement Social Selling for Executives outlines the strategy and process leaders need to jumpstart digital transformation in their sales organization. Rather than a definitive guide, it is a roadmap and a starting point for success.
    George Touryliov
    How To Roll Out Social Selling [eBook]
    www.salesforlife.com Understand the necessary framework, steps and technology to successfully implement social selling in...
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  19. ProducerAli ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Quit while at the Top
    Quit while at the TopLada Prkic shared a beautiful buzz about the Stiniva beach on the Croatian island of Vis. In a response to my comment Lada wroteย "Dear Ali, it sounds to me like an intriguing thought for a new buzz. :-) Hiking on a steep and narrow path is...
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    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    29/06/2017 #40 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #39 This is a quite interesting comment @Tausif Mundrawala. I always ask myself what makes me change direction. YOu offer one great reason "This pain leads us to change directions or if pain leads us to that direction than it becomes easy to chart our path towards success". Great inspiration
    Tausif Mundrawala
    28/06/2017 #39 Tausif Mundrawala
    Intially our pain leads us to unbearable and excruciating one where we feel that it's never going to end but that pain slows down slowly and gradually it makes us strong to question what the damn is pain. This pain leads us to change directions or if pain leads us to that direction than it becomes easy to chart our path towards success. Thank you for this wonderful buzz,@Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    28/06/2017 #38 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #36 But you build layers of inspiration for me with your so supportive comments @Jerry Fletcher. I feel the need to tie the loose ends and to converge great ideas from their diversion. I feel this is good way to understand intriguing topics.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    28/06/2017 #37 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #35 Thank you @Yogesh Sukal. I am preparing a buzz and par of which will refer to waves.SO, I am rather surprised that you mentioned waves in your comment.
    Jerry Fletcher
    28/06/2017 #36 Jerry Fletcher
    Ali, You are an inspiration. The way you build your posts layer on layer from the comments is a treasure to delve into. Thank you.
    Yogesh Sukal
    28/06/2017 #35 Yogesh Sukal
    I like the your quote @Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

    Life is not linear and by trying to make life linear we lose because we offend reality.

    And probabilistic like wave particle duality with Schrodinger equation. :)

    Thank you for the buzz.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    28/06/2017 #34 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #33 If we look back n history and whom e call disabled achievements we shall be sorry for our modest contributions. The "Dean of Arab Literature" the Egyptian Dr. Taha Hussein became blind when he was only two years old. One of the greatest musicians who passed away three years back was also blind.As you say blind people can see what we fail to. When they are seeing we are blind. Mind you dear @CityVP Manjit these comments from you and few of @Louise Smith will be the basis for my next buzz.
    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    28/06/2017 #33 CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    #32 Do not forget that there were New Testament words such as "they have eyes but they do not see, they have ears but they do not hear" - and that on any given day half of the Earth is in light and the other is in dark. A blind genius is someone whose eyeball does not function but in the black space that is blindness, the blind man is not blind when he can see greater things in life that we cannot see. In seeing the blind man as disabled we continue to see life as a square thing where we place people in boxes and need these compartments to categorize people and find comfort in this conformity, rather than be in the sphere of greatness we live in.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    28/06/2017 #32 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #30 Dear @CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit- keep writing and I keep my mind busy. If I tell you that I have three buzz ideas from your comments on this buzz I shal be understating reality.
    You wrote "All media is the creation of someone's vision but not all vision is media". Immediately, you brought to my mind a presentation that I wrote on Unequal Opposites.
    https://www.slideshare.net/hudali15/unequal-opposites
    Now, you provide me with a great example of what I mean. The eyeball has a ball shape regardless of the shape of the eye. I wonder if the focus of the eyeball is affected by its surrounding (eye shape) and what factors will affect the performance of the eyeball, besides its surrounding. Al I can say is that your comment leads me to the freedom of asking, wondering, searching and seeking knowledge. Your probing comment has turned my eyes into new possibilities.
    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    28/06/2017 #30 CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    #25 Dear @Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, no matter what particular shape each of our eyes are, the eye is always a ball and that ball is either connected to the media it see's or the vision that feeds conscious existence. Our Earth is a ball there are no square planets only square rocks. We have certainly never found another Earth, never mind a Square One.

    This eye ball either feeds the brain of control which is our external existence or it feeds the brain of freedom which is our internal choice. For me this is profound as anything I can think, the measure of which is always the profoundness of thoughtless existence or simply thinking about life rather than creating value that is life.

    Somewhere along the journey vision becomes control, and that is the only sadness we see in our world, the happiness is our ability transform vision into a life that values freedom.

    All media is the creation of someone's vision but not all vision is media - vision is either based on all our yesterdays or it is the laser of now, etching a new future, new ways of thinking, smarter ways of being because freedom is our freedom to think, have vision, and add value to life.

    Great vision creates great media but it should never substitute greater vision - and that is the challenge called leadership. We can either lead for control or lead for freedom. The great leaders will create greater freedom because their brain is a ball, their eyes are ball and with in this ball the great game of life plays out just like a marriage - better or for worse, in sickness and in health.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    28/06/2017 #28 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #27 Dear Lada, don't worry at all. That you inspire me, comment and exchange minds with me is so much worthy and that is what is really important to me.
    Lada ๐Ÿก Prkic
    28/06/2017 #27 Lada ๐Ÿก Prkic
    Dear Ali, I forgot to begin the first sentence of my comment with "Dear Ali."
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    28/06/2017 #26 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #24 In reality you are a co-author of this buzz @Lada ๐Ÿก Prkic and I therefore find it difficult to respond. However; I paused on this segment of your comment "But I've always remained true to my own course and never felt the need to change direction. I've always listened to my heart and my intuition". For me, I did superficially change direction, but now thinking about it I actually changed methods. Instead of using my scientific background to research chemical molecules I am now more into researching human molecules. I only realized this to a much brighter state because of your comment.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    28/06/2017 #25 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #23 If I claim that I don't feel sad because of the truth in your words @CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit then I shall be lying. "so the irony is that in this state we are not focused on spreading our branches and roots, we become merely object of the media owner". This is one example from your comment of what I mean.
    I find myself drifting in to a river because of your comment. You wrote "There are many people who are driftwood just being carried by the river of media". I am not in the river media. I am in a different river flowing with some new thoughts because of your superb comment. Again, you wrote "our round peg is the human eye and the square hole the media we fit that eye into,..." Now, I find myself asking how about people with eye shapes other than rounded? Some people have protruded eyes, others eyes that are upturned and others downturned eyes. Are these related to the shape of our mind eyes? Are those people with more rectangular-like eyes fit more in the square pig?
    Finally, @Sara Jacobovici may find this part of your comment relevant to her buzzes on Monday Talks!
    You kindle my mind Manjit.
    Lada ๐Ÿก Prkic
    28/06/2017 #24 Lada ๐Ÿก Prkic
    I'm so glad that my response to your comment has served as an inspiration for this thought-provoking post. It made me think about my path of life.
    I am on the same steep and narrow pathway I had chosen many years ago.
    The path went over many mountains and hills. It sometimes went through a dark woods. But I've always remained true to my own course and never felt the need to change direction. I've always listened to my heart and my intuition.
    There were some detours off the path that kept me moving forward when I encountered obstacles, but these detours brought me back to the same trail again.
    I respect the path of others. Some chose to take a new direction in their walk of life. But I think, and this is something life taught me, that we are still able to grow although keeping the same direction.
    However, never say never.
    We develop through the whole life. When we reach the top of one mountain, life takes us to another. I'm now standing at the top of the mountain of my success. Perhaps my heart will tell me it's time for a change and show me a different direction. :-)
    CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    28/06/2017 #23 CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit
    #19 A round peg can fit a square hole but what we do not see is that our round peg is the human eye and the square hole the media we fit that eye into, whether it be a television screen or a always-on cell phone screen. This inevitably brings me back to the conditioned (if not mentally sedated) lives many commercialized lives lead. I am not excluded from living this branded and mediated existence and also partake in the very same conditioning, sometimes my round eyes are also transfixed into the square hole of media.

    What we learn from your buzz is that even tree's talk to the fungi because the tree is aware of its environment, which is exactly what we are not aware when our attention is focused on a square hole - a square hole that has a black hole kind of force and attraction. Yet even as I think this, I am aware that the brightness of the screen (which is actually a rectangle - so we use the word square as a metaphorical approximation) has a backdrop to it, which is the room. With a cellphone the backdrop is whatever environment we happen to be in when we are engaged on that screen. If we notice the backdrop and the screen as a window that supports our awareness, then we are legions smarter than any tree, otherwise we become a lump of dead wood.

    There are many people who are driftwood just being carried by the river of media and brand so the irony is that in this state we are not focused on spreading our branches and roots, we become merely object of the media owner. Tree's are not slaves, they are living contributors to the act of life giving yet we are the one's who are rooted. So the moral here for beBee is not to turn more people into wood but to focus on spreading the roots and branches so meaning and not media or even madness flow through them. Servant leadership is not a top-down model of the universe, servant leadership is a part of this tree of life.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    28/06/2017 #21 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #20 Yes, walking the goat path enriches us with its challenges and the joy of surmounting them as well the gained experiences. I fully concur with you @Harvey Lloyd. We can hover over the path, but walking it is what makes us more wise. The new products deprive us mostly of this joy as they take us on a helicopter trip.
    Harvey Lloyd
    28/06/2017 #20 Harvey Lloyd
    The goat path of life is difficult. We live in a world that wants us to believe that we can use various products and services that grant us instant gratification. Even with enough money this lifestyle is so unfulfilling.

    The difficulty of the goat path is where character is built and gratification becomes wisdom. With each branch of the path new wisdom and understanding is found along with a deep sense of joy.

    The one who rides the helicopter to the top of the mountain vs walking the path is a challenging branch. But i know the walk along the path will give me new beginnings i would never achieve within the helicopter. Although both people would bring home similar pictures of the event the one who walks the path will bring a rich and shareable experience.
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    28/06/2017 #19 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #15 Very true and maybe we need to use upside down term more often @CityVP ๐Ÿ Manjit. Sometimes we try to fit a "rounded " ball in a square pig in a round hole. The funny thing is that the opposite "square" ball in a rounded peg" is funny. How can a ball be square?
    Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    28/06/2017 #17 Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #14 Thank you for your beautiful words @Gert Scholtz, which made me feel I am walking in a forest.
  20. Anne ๐Ÿ Thornley-Brown, MBA
    Team Building What are the Benefits of Business Team Building Simulations?
    https://corporateteambuilding.wordpress.com/2015/08/01/team-building-simulations/
    Anne ๐Ÿ Thornley-Brown, MBA
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  21. Don Hornsby

    Don Hornsby

    28/06/2017
    If you are not willing to risk the usual, you will have to settle for the ordinary. - Jim Rohn

    Will you settle for the ordinary today?
    Don Hornsby
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  22. Amy Volas

    Amy Volas

    28/06/2017
    When hiring, please think about candidate experience!
    Amy Volas
    Flipping the Script: What Shoddy Candidate Experience Looks Like - Avenue Talent Partners
    avenuetalentpartners.com Growing up, do you remember what it was like to discover new hobbies? ย  Whether through books, television or a close group of friends, if you were anything like me, you were always on the prowl for that single pastime that would soon become...
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  23. John Barton

    John Barton

    28/06/2017
    John Barton
    The Waiting Game โ€” Why Providers May Fail to Reduce Wait Times โ€” NEJM
    www.nejm.org Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine โ€” The Waiting Game โ€” Why Providers May Fail to Reduce Wait...
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  24. Mark Tillman Davis
    Mark Tillman Davis
    My Three Rules on Twitter
    twitter.com โ€œThe next time you are at the supermarket or Walmart, just take a look around. #leadership...
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  25. ProducerJordan Sands

    Jordan Sands

    28/06/2017
    The power of ownership.
    The power of ownership.No, I am not talking about your bank balance, your car or how big your house is. I am talking about some thing much more powerful and important. Ownership of a situation, a conversation or even a room. It is not even about control, but more that we...
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