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- Producer22/11/2016Who needs a night out?I have a secret confession- last winter I got busted for whining. Who among us hasn’t been caught in a whine sometime in the last year? Let’s face it, it has been a challenging year for all of us. At the time I was whining about a lack of events for...
- Producer03/10/2016Career Paths To Match Your PersonalityOriginally Published hereAre you the type of person who knew what career you wanted? Or did you sail through school and college not having a clue?For some people, the simple idea of just knowing what career path to take can be daunting. How are you...
Comments22/10/2016 #3 Donna-Luisa Eversley@Nissar Ahamed...very Inspiring . I like the way you channel the things one likes, positive attributes and selecting a career path. Recently I've been speaking with my daughter...she spent a lot of her academic time in primary and high school on the sciences, and thought she wanted and should pursue medicine or chemistry type career, as she is quite good in subject areas. She started university and not long after realised she did not like it at all. Thankfully she caught this in time. She likes human resources, problem solving and negotiation...which she discovered by taking a break from studies.( Currently ). These decisions are not cast in stone, but selecting a career requires a lot of thought and understanding of oneself.
- Producer10/10/2016A Tale of Two Women - Hillary & KimPrelude...I was eighteen when I had my first son. I did not know what it felt like to love someone unconditionally until I met him as he grew in my womb. He was born on November, 22nd 1987, the most beautiful baby boy the earth had ever seen.I had a...
Comments25/10/2016 #29 Jackie PantalianoBrilliant! You've given me wonderful food for thought about my negative perception of Kim Kardashian. I agree with you completely about Hillary Clinton, and I love the comparison of Hugh Hefner never being judged negatively in the same way that female business leaders and politicians are.16/10/2016 #28 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsI loved your perspective @Donna-Luisa Eversley. Though I empathize with Kim's robbery experience I just can't find her 'business' as having a positive impact on society or the young women of today, which to me is just as harmful to women as anything Hugh Hefner has done. Just because it's women getting rich from the exposure doesn't change the negative stereotype is places on all women.
As for Hilary, that is one strong woman, of that there is no doubt, I'm just not sure she is Presidential material. But if I have to chose between her and DT, I'm Hilary all the way.14/10/2016 #25 David B. GrinbergBelated kudos on sharing that personal story @Donna-Luisa Eversley. I'm reminded of that old saying: what doesn't kill us makes us stronger. I think going through adversity and facing immense challenges -- while no fun at all -- does in fact strengthen people's character, determination and steadfastness.
I recall at the last town hall presidential debate, the last questioner asked each candidate to say something they admired about the other. Donald Trump sounded sincere, at least in this instance, when he praised Hillary for being a fighter and never giving up. I think all her past challenging life experiences helped to mold Hillary into the person she is today. And ditto that for most, if not all, people.
And while it's terrible what happened to KK in Paris, one would think she would have bodyguards to protect her in public when she flaunting very expensive jewelry while playing games on social media. But that's just my 2-cents.14/10/2016 #24 Anonymous#19 I must admit @Donna-Luisa Eversley I did see the buzz and thought it was going to be about politics which I try to avoid!
As quite a few bees have said which I will reiterate I just cannot imagine what must have been going through your and everyone else's minds, how frightening for you all. and what a really moving piece you have produced here on bebee...I take my hat off to you for a remarkable contribution.14/10/2016 #22 Mamen 🐝 DelgadoMy dear @Donna-Luisa Eversley, I confess I saw this Producer a couple of days ago but, as @Pascal Derrien has said before, I was so silly I didn't feel any engagement with the title neither with the two pictures on the top.
I simply can not imagine what you were through in that night you have described, as a mother I don´t feel strong enough to try to imagine it.
Your article is full of sensibleness and sobriety, as well as of emotion. The same emotion any human being can feel, because as you wisely say none is inmune or set apart from humanity in a life or death experience.
Thanks so much for tagging me. Love you, dear being. 💞14/10/2016 #21 debasish majumderwonderful post madam Donna-Luisa Eversley! absolutely stunning! i wonder, how state sometimes act as a male and sometimes as a female! we have seen number of states where female at the helm, but the character of state remain same. there is no absolute masculinity or feminism. still, i believe, female are more compassionate and caring, as they can only endow motherhood. however, lovely post madam. thank you very much for sharing the post.14/10/2016 #20 Laura MikolaitisExcellent piece, @Donna-Luisa Eversley. What a chilling recall of your experience. I can't even begin to imagine what it must have been like, but you paint a vivid picture that speaks volumes to your own faith, strength and resilience. I am sad to hear that you went through something so terrifying, but it seems in spite of it all you have found the grace within. You have crated and penned such a well-written piece here and opened eyes so that we can see beyond the media hype. It can be challenging to dissect the authenticity that is often overshadowed by the propaganda. In the end, both women are human beings - and as you have so eloquently pointed out - there's more than what meets the eye.
You have brought to light some interesting perspective with regard to both Kim K and Hillary Rodham-Clinton. While I may not necessarily agree with or be a fan of either, what I will openly acknowledge is their perseverance and resilience. It takes a great deal of tenacity to be a public figure and both women have demonstrated these traits under some dire and heated situations. And for that, I give them credit. It's not easy to be torn down and ridiculed at every turn but they fight back where some might never find the strength to get up and keep going.
Thank you Donna-Luisa for leading me to this. I did miss it's original posting somehow.14/10/2016 #17 Donna-Luisa Eversley#13 Wow .. @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, thank you very much. I appreciate your feedback and comments. Its never easy sharing some things, but you make it okay. #worldbestcheerleader #bebeehugs Yes women have come a long way, and we keep moving forward, because we are #ablewomen10/10/2016 #13 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman@Donna-Luisa Eversley, you just hit a homerun with this post. I agree with Pascal in that this is the best article I have read all week. I can't imagine how you endured the robbery but so glad you did or I wouldn't be reading this 5 star read. I am not a fan of Kim Kardashian but give her credit for making herself into a multi-million dollar empire. Hillary is a smart and gutsy woman and has endured a lot, as well. She seems to have the ability to bounce back and ready for the next hurdle. Women have come a long way and are making great strides but we still have a rocky ride ahead of us. It takes time and patience - and endurance to make the world a better place. Bravo Donna-Luisa and buzz on.10/10/2016 #12 Dean OwenI cannot imagine the trauma of being held at gunpoint. How horrific. Kim Kardashian - I have no idea who she is and had no idea she had been robbed. I empathize with Hillary for the fact that she had to deal very publically with a cheating husband. I have never thought "if Hillary was a man" but I have thought if Michael Moore looked like Robert Redford, he'd probably be heralded as an American icon. Weird world we live in.....10/10/2016 #10 Donna-Luisa Eversley#4 @Vincent Andrew thank you for understanding us women 😉...you have had the privilege to be surrounded by many females and you get to protect and love and care for all our hormones! The robbery was awful. I try not to think about it, and I guess I have not really laid it to rest. The feel of the gun remains, and my son is 29 next month. I was crazy about safety and security after that..sleeping lightly, keeping my home locked tightly day and night. Not opening windows, being obsessed with locks...took almost twenty years for me to relax. When one is robbed like that the physical things lost are nothing, it is the way your personal safety was violated, that, is a loss hard to recover from. 🐝🌸
- Producer25/09/2016IH awareness monthSeptember is IH awareness month.I have created a video and a slideshare to raise awareness and I'd really appreciate it if you could share these to help us raise more awareness.Thank you so...
- 09/07/2016LinkedIn meet #beBee !
There was no completion until now!
Users and companies have to pay to access many extra features in #LinkedIn, including the ability for the folks to get their profiles to the top of job requests they apply for. The price for these features seems to be going up each year too. It appears LinkedIn has become too big to even know these issues exist. But that’s to be expected when there is no competition to keep them in check. No competition until now, that is.LinkedIn’s 1st Competitor? beBee Buzzes Inmsweetwood.com LinkedIn is the most widely used business networking site on the planet with more than 433 million worldwide users, including 128 million in the United States. They have a monopoly on the...
Comments24/09/2016 #3 Anonymous#1 Laurent--THANK YOU for crediting @MattSweetwood I make it a point to credit authors if I copy paste parts. Im used to the writer credit showing up automatically when I post to other platforms, so I did not double check that it was clear that I did not write this article ( I am a little embarrassed--but glad it was brought to my attention)...I was sharing it with my own commentary. I will make sure I do so in the future as I believe in giving credit where credit is due.
- Producer02/09/2016Discovering Wisdom, Success, Fate and TruthThe following are four little stories about things that shaped my thinking about life. I believe there is a divine wisdom behind every experience. I also believe that everyone can be successful if they choose to be, that everything happens for a...
Comments12/09/2016 #30 Jared Wiese, 🐝 adds VALUE & RESULTSI really like this, Renee! Such a personal heart-warming share. Thank you so much for sharing it. Some of the best parts for me:
"Life is really about decisions, isn’t it? We are never really as powerless as we feel." That resonates with me on the work by Tony Robbins: "Quality of life = quality of questions" "Decisions = destiny"
"Life is a beautiful experience for those who look for beauty and appreciate every moment. Live, reflect, learn and teach."
So true! What a great moto/mission for life!12/09/2016 #28 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD@Doug Vernon @Renée 🐝 Cormier: Fantastic Pin / What awesome and incredible things you did with the owl! Can you please make me one for Lyme Disease in lime green? Perhaps Buzz it over to Invisible Illnesses: Lyme? 🤗🐼 Fo r#MandiPandi . Here's the Pin: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/425097652311775270/12/09/2016 #25 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDLove the positivity, inspiration and motivation and clearly your reading audience is moved. Is is just me or do you find your prose more free-flowing? I'm thinking that the more we write, the more potent out Honey becomes. This is a great article that hits spot on. Here's your Pin - https://www.pinterest.com/pin/425097652311775064/ 🤗09/09/2016 #23 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#22 Thanks right back at you 🤗🤗🤗Just read the buzz again absolutely love it.
"You can't live your purpose being what other people want you to be. You must know yourself, love yourself, be courageous and be all of who you are if you are going to thrive at all in this world." FACTS OF LIFE09/09/2016 #19 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsBtw The finding money trick . My dad and I used to look for the same while we used to ride back home.
We were riding on his scooter one day, at may be 40kmph suddenly he'd just park the bike to the corner of the road and tell me "Fatima there's a hundred rupees note on the side of the pavement go pick it up , at first I thought he was joking but then we used to find money most of the time. It was like an adventure that only both of us shared. I'd be amazed everytime he was right about the amount. He had a very sharp eye sight,was a very generous human and I miss him alot.08/09/2016 #18 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsThis is a motivating story of challenges and success resulting from our own decisions in life. I always believe that we are the only person responsible for anything that happens in our lives. The experiences you've had and examples you shared validates the same. I love your courage and admire it so much. Thank you @Renée 🐝 Cormier for sharing this with us. It's got me thinking08/09/2016 #15 Donna-Luisa Eversley@Renée 🐝 Cormier yes you found wisdom, success, faith, and truth and most importantly you found you. I like the way you have shown examples of 'lessons' along the way. This is what life and personal development is about - experiences. You can never know the scent of the rose if you did not step into a garden to smell it.
Very inspiring...Paul @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian @Jim Murray @Phil Friedman David @David B. Grinberg @Javier 🐝 beBee @Jim 🐝 Cody @John White, MBAdo Deb Helfrich @Deb 🐝 Helfriche@Lisa 🐝 Gallaghera@🐝 Fatima G. Williamsa@Dr. Corinthia Pricew Porter@Andrew Porters@jesse kaelliss get to check this out!08/09/2016 #14 David VernonI had some fun using the Prisma AI app in using the beautiful owl photograph to create colorful artwork and effects: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@david-vernon/owl-with-special-effects-from-prisma-ai-app
- 27/07/2016Looking forward to networking with other buzzing professionals. @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD, @Ben Walker, @Dave Bookbinder, @Aretha Perkins, B.A., @Peter Pinfold, it's nice to be part of your network!Six Ways You Can Use Internet Marketing to Maximize Your Brand Having trouble marketing your brand/product in the ever-growing world of the internet? This video will show you six ways to get your brand/product noticed...
- Producer02/09/2016A Quick and Easy Tip to Grow Relevant Followers on beBee I get asked all the time about growing followers on social networks. People want to know, do I need quantity or quality followers? It's almost like they think they have to choose one over the other.My answer is simple: if you are using social media...
- Producer07/09/2016The Crazy Shit I Am Discovering on My #StartUp Journey.If You Want Something You Have Never Had, You Have to do Something You Have Never Done! - Anonymous When You stop for a moment and take a good look at your life what do You see?Back somewhere between late February and early March of this year,...
- Producer31/08/2016What Can Happen When You Don't Have a Strategic Plan?Editor's Note: Excuse my self-indulgence last week, but it seemed to strike a chord - thanks for all of the feedback! What do airplanes and strategic planning have in common? Read on and enjoy. As always, you can find all my blog posts from 2013 to...
Comments08/09/2016 #19 Steven Marshall#18 A lot going on in that post, @Pamela 🐝 Williams! My only comment is that, in life, you tend to go where you're aiming. If you are dominant in aiming for the "T" in SWOT, then that's where you will go. My other comment is that I equate "Threat" with fear and all that fear provides is motivation to move away from the source of fear/threat. On the other hand, "Opportunities" provide a compelling direction toward something like a goal or a destination. That's why I think that all 4 qualities are equally important in the SWOT analysis.08/09/2016 #18 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsI have worked with some great, and i mean great, strategists. I learned a lot from them and their ability to see the big picture. I have used much of what I learned in other positions and what I find is I'm the 'T' projector in SWOT. Some thought of it as being a nay sayer but I have found exploring the threats in depth you are prepared (much like those A & B plans for your flight). My grandfather used to tell me that people start every job high; excited, driven. But every job had its rough spots. Knowing that and having a plan to deal with them can change your own outlook and the outlook for the company. My two cents! Enjoyed this read, very interesting!07/09/2016 #17 Steven Marshall@Laura Mikolaitis - MOST places I visit don't have a plan or else the plan they have is purely tactical or operational. I work within the hierarchy of answering the WHY first, the WHAT second, and the HOW last. In America, we are excellent at figuring out HOW to do things, but when I ask groups what is the expected outcome, I often get another HOW. The first 2 hours of a planning session with a new group is often spent teaching them how to think in the hierarchy above. My favorite analogy to get them thinking in this new way is one I came up with working with a car dealership; "We provide transportation, to enable people to go to work or play, through the sales and service of cars and trucks." Thanks for your comments and insights!06/09/2016 #16 Laura MikolaitisInteresting insight @Steven Marshall, thank you for sharing it. And to @Donna-Luisa Eversley, thank you for the shout out and pointing me to Steven's post. Steven, I agree with you that the only constant is change - and being able to adapt to it is a key component to being able to move forward - both professionally and personally. In my opinion, having a plan is always a good idea but I have been involved in many scenarios where there was no plan, and instead a spaghetti theory approach was applied; that is, throw it against the wall and see what sticks. Sometimes it worked and other times it failed. I can't help but wonder how the scenarios could have played out differently had a strategy been hatched. Thanks for the post!03/09/2016 #10 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDJust Inspiring and Motivational, and what a thorough presentation! Like pilots, anesthesiologist 'take off' and 'land' with extreme vigilance. The application of aeronautic pilot management is directly applicable - in a lateral move - to putting a patient to sleep. I'm Sharing this further, to my Hive for NewBeeZ, and to Women Entrepreneurs. Posting to G+, FB, Tweeting too!02/09/2016 #3 Donna-Luisa EversleyFriends I just have to share this gem with you.. @Pamela 🐝 Williams @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman @Laurent BOSCHERINI @Laura Mikolaitis @Renée 🐝 Cormier @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher @David B. Grinberg @Bobga Ronard @Alan Geller @Shubhanshu Garg @🐝 Fatima G. Williams @Dean Owen01/09/2016 #1 Donna-Luisa EversleyGreat post @Steven Marshall...being aware of what's going on around you and in the wider world can give you an opportunity to prepare and tweak an existing plan. Let's face it sometimes much more than a tweak is needed if you're not on the ball. Love your observations!
- 03/09/2016I knew I had it on my blood...
Take a look:There’s Coffee On That DNA.neatlifestyle.org (Star Trek pun intended.) Why is it that some people crave several cups of coffee a day while others stop at only one or two, or even none? A growing body of evidence suggests that the amount of...
- Producer17/08/2016How's *Your* Privilege?I heard a Pakistani immigrant girl on the CBC a few weeks ago complaining about racism in Canada. She told of how she was going to university and her new roommate said that 'Rule 1' of the household would be no cooking curry, because she couldn't...
Comments04/04/2017 #72 Nicole Chardenet#71 Lyon, I'm not at all convinced that young lady's difficult roommate problem was any different from many other peoples'. The roommate was a bully, plain and simple, and whether the Pakistani girl's freedoms were curtailed is unknown - did she bow to the roommate's wishes or demands? Or did she say, "Screw you, I'll cook whatever I want, and BTW your cabbage stew stinks up the house so if we have a no-curry rule, we'll also have a no-cabbage rule"? I had a bullying roommate for a short period of time many years ago (she moved in shortly before I moved out, had nothing to do with her) and she was a bully to *everyone*, dictating who would do this and who would do that and assigning us chores. We were all, as I recall, white. Fact is, the world is full of a*holes, and they never need much of an excuse to be one.
I wonder if the Pakistani girl stood up to the roommate or whether she knuckled under like a good little conflict-avoidant girl. Women's psychology - how does it not serve us sometimes? Explain. Discuss. Debate. :)
Just because I'm white doesn't mean I can't comment on issues of people of colour. Just because someone is male doesn't mean they can't have valid opinions or criticisms of women and feminist issues. If it's okay to support someone who belongs to a group you don't belong to, then it's okay to critically analyze them or that group as well. This political correctness that dictates who can comment on this or that is just a subtle and often bullying way of shutting down opinions one doesn't like. It's time to challenge prevailing thinking.
That's a general comment, BTW, not aimed at you. I don't think you're trying to bully me, just offering your opinion. But it's something to think about. Does political correctness subtly bully others into offering non-standard opinions? Explain. Discuss. Debate. :)01/04/2017 #71 Lyon BraveI appreciate lots of things about you. One you are very bold and honest with your opinions and you are not afraid to tackle race issues that are not your own. I do think all people of color should discuss race issues. However, bullying alone can create server problems. You reported the girl is being denied freedom in her own house and facing a series of ignorant and racist comments. People should feel comfortable and understood in their own house. Cooking curry might be a part of her identity. Perhaps, you should consider that just because something is a lesser evil of hate doesn't make it acceptable. Humans don't always need to share their opinions. And truthfully, though it is your right to write about race issues you will never understand them because you are not a woman of color, you are not brown. However as a woman you are a minority and I hear you. I think many of your points are valid but don't confuse people who report harassment and racism as playing the victim. Victims are often silent. Advocates are often vocal. Please keep sharing and I mean no offense.14/02/2017 #70 Nicole Chardenet#69 Actually, Paul, it's 'negativity bias' and it's a by-product of our evolution, which wired us to always expect trouble (since it was usually just around the corner), constant imminent death (which was usually imminent just around the corner), and to be wary and fearful of anyone who was not of our tribe or not exactly like us (because they were often unfriendly and dangerous).
However, we're not slaves to evolution or our wired brains. We have the capacity to move beyond that and challenge ourselves. And yes, there's a lot of power in victimhood - it will probably be the subject of a future blog post. Watch for my post tomorrow on how "It's all your parents' fault!" (Maybe a bit of a pre-victimhodd-blog-post taste :)12/02/2017 #69 Paul JacksonWe are an imperfect species which only focus on the negative aspects of life, this is a by-product of sin. Humanity was given free will and we have unfortunately chosen to just bitch and moan about everything. O, don't focus on any positivity in the world, that takes away the limelight from the "victims" in the world.09/09/2016 #62 Nicole Chardenet#60 BTW I think you're looking for Ben @Ben Pinto's link https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ben/cause-that-is-how-we-are08/09/2016 #60 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian#57 To quote the Beatles: "I'll get by with a little help from my friends." This rant of yours, plus one that you inspired that I want to link to but can't find (It was titled "because that's the way we are" or something like that) led me to write my https://www.bebee.com/producer/@paul-croubalian/emulsification-racism-and-getting-along .
I was also thinking about this post this morning. It's a quiet work day and I needed to think about stuff for my web-app-with-no-name.
So I got to cooking.
It's my father-in-law's 88th tomorrow, so I made his favs. I started with Jack Daniels infused orange marmalade. It will be served with homemade vanilla/Grand Marnier ice cream on puff pastry boats (now in the oven.)
I have a big-assed batch of basil tomato sauce simmering away to use in the lasagna/cannelloni/manicotti (I haven't decided which yet, but the pasta dough is ready)
I also made some tomato sherbert to use as ice cubes to keep the gazpacho cold. Did I mention the gazpacho?
My condo has waves of various aromas. The marmalade mixed with tomato was getting to me. I opened the windows.
That's when I saw Melissa, my neighbour. She was heading out.
She told me she couldn't stand the smells anymore. Not that they were bad, but that they were making her hungry. She was off to a Weight Watchers' meeting.
LOL08/09/2016 #59 Nicole Chardenet#55 WOW. I think I would have killed my kids (if I'd had any) if they referred to me as a 'white bitch'. What an awesome act, to move them to a whiter neighbourhood where they can learn to appreciate the other half of their DNA. You bring up a great point, which is that racism is ALWAYS wrong. Even when you're not white. 'Victimhood' isn't an excuse.08/09/2016 #57 Nicole Chardenet#52 Yes, and I very much appreciate everyone's support! It still amazes me how it drew little attention a few weeks ago when it was published (and I almost didn't for fear I would get flamed far and wide by the left) but then Paul and you and a few others found it and now it's got over 2,000 views! Thanks so much to all of you!08/09/2016 #56 Nicole Chardenet#50 You can come over to my apartment building and rant about all the curry smells you can find...along with fried fish and Goddess knows what else. I live in an immigrant 'hood in Toronto (and I'm an immigrant myself) and the halls are always filled with food smells. But my reaction is usually, "Oh please, invite me in for dinner!"08/09/2016 #55 Renée 🐝 CormierI used to live in a neighbourhood which was filled with immigrants from China, Pakistan, India and a handful of Middle Eastern countries (i.e., people who might consider themselves brown). My children are mixed race so they are not as fair skinned as me. One day I discovered some things they had written where they referred to me as "that white bitch". Not long after, we moved to a whiter neighbourhood because I was not going to have my children grow up to be racists and believing they were separate and different from me. Comedian Russell Peters in his routine called, Red White and Brown, commented that brown people were more racist that white people. I have to think there must be some truth to that. Having said that, a spoiled brat is a spoiled brat and all university students go through an adjustment period having to learn to live with strangers. C'est 'tough shit' et c'est la vie!07/09/2016 #53 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#40 "People stink universally" and "melatonin-challenged" and You gotta love that people really have raised a spark! I quote these as I quote (?hundreds) of other writings to capture phrases that bees originate.[ In Fractals Forever with @Milos Djukic, we quote one another all the time. } This is simply noted to accentuate your originality of thinking, something we love to notate in Fractals. ;)
- Producer28/08/2016So you want to produce a little Honey?There are those on beBee who are so adept at blogging and publishing that this little instructional post may seem a little elementary. But there are many Bees out there who have never written a long post or even a wordy Buzz and this post is...
Comments03/01/2017 #47 Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín#45 The tag in Producer in the body of the article, are already active. Use @ with the name of the user.
About what you mention about updates to a Producer article, can you explain me in detail? If you want you can write me a private message or email.
Thank you very much for the feedback.
Best Regards.03/01/2017 #46 Pamela 🐝 Williams@Javier 🐝 beBee, @Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín,
I was re-reading this blog and realized that it needs updating. For example: The profile link I point to on the image of Paul's profile has changed. When are the updates rolling out and will we receive an summary of the changes so honey like this can be updated to reflect those changes? This is currently a schedule Tweet so I want to make sure it's right. THANK YOU!03/01/2017 #45 Pamela 🐝 Williams#44 You have to be following them to tag them.
In comments: do an @Name of Bee, a list will drop down, and choose the Bee you want. Some are more difficult. For Instance (sorry Ali, you were the best example) When I want to tag @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee View more#44 You have to be following them to tag them.
In comments: do an @Name of Bee, a list will drop down, and choose the Bee you want. Some are more difficult. For Instance (sorry Ali, you were the best example) When I want to tag @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee I sometimes have to type his name as it appears on his profile (A..I...i...space...A...n...a.. and then he'll show up in the drop down. The reason being, for example, because of someone with the first name Alice. So when I type just Ali, it will show me Alice, or anyone else with a first name that starts A L I. It's only after I add the space and A N that beBee begins to recognize that Ali is the complete first name.
In a Producer Post
if you want to tag someone in the post I'm told you can also use the @ as in a comment, but I've not done this yet. You can link to their profile but I'm not sure if they are notified (@Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín, how does the tag work in the body of the Producer text? Is it working yet or is that in this month's roll out of updates?) When you have time to answer Fede, could you tag Lyon?
In a Buzz Update: in the text you can @ a Bee just like in comments. Close31/08/2016 #36 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#29 @Pamela 🐝 Williams: I mentioned it below but it didn't get noticed...we both wrote on this same topic on the same day! Perhaps, @debasish majumder, boxes of bees were dropped off at two different places on the same day! I wonder how often this happens - and our two articles really don't have overlap - that is statistically significant. So interesting...#22 #26 #25 #23 https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/sharp-check-in-dr-margaret-aranda-s-newbeez-be-a-bebee-producer31/08/2016 #32 Pamela 🐝 Williams#26 I read about the honey production in India. It does have a very beneficial side; bee populations are growing. If you have heard about Colony Collapse Disorder then you know that most of the world is seeing declines in bee populations. India could become the bee/honey capital of the world :-)
- Producer29/08/2016Caitlin's Wish Young carers awareness presentationhttp://www.slideshare.net/VTaylorAuthor/caitlins-wish-young-carers-awareness This is the SlideShare I created for Young carers awareness day this past January.Please please share it to raise awareness of young carers. With more awareness comes...
Comments02/09/2016 #11 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#6 Absolutely thank you @Victoria Lewin! Victoria's Book, Caitlyn's Wish is particularly fond to me. It represents the true life happenings of a child who takes on a Primary Caregiving role to a parent who has a chronic illness or disability. This topic is absolutely dramatic on several counts: pediatrics, psychology, responsibility, parenting, childhood, and so much more.
- Producer26/07/201610 Reasons Social Media Won’t Work For Your Small BusinessSocial Media, over the last number of years, has become an important part of online and mobile interaction as well as promoting offline businesses. The well established platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google+ and LinkedIn have...
Comments31/01/2017 #23 Claire L Cardwell@Lance 🐝 Scoular - very well written post! I get much better results now from my blogs and posts on Social Media Platforms than I am from advertising on Google. I think that people are fed up with see adverts on the search pages, and those awful Adsense ads and pop up ads that are so prevalent. Establishing yourself as an expert within your field creates trust and I find the feedback from readers and potential clients invaluable. Have shared on the Marketing Hive and on LinkedIn.27/08/2016 #15 Praveen Raj Gullepalli10 Reasons why Social Media may not be working for your small business! I think this would have made a better title dear Lance ;) Right now it reads like a statement that states social media doesn't work for small businesses.That aside, yes indeed to all your observations. Some are the very basics that need to be established before campaigning begins.Great checklist in there! The smartphone is the newspaper, the TV, the Radio and the Internet all rolled into one right now. No sayin it! Thanks for sharing :)27/08/2016 #13 Jim MurrayGood Stuff Lance. The trouble that most businesses have with social media is that they really aren't willing to make the investment in professional communications. That and the fact that they don't really understand how it all works or, as you pointed out, how long it takes to build their brand online. Thanks. You should consider joining the All Business hive and posting this there. https://www.bebee.com/group/all-business
- 25/08/2016beBee selected in the 18 top tech startups selected to represent Europe at the Startup Europe Comes to Silicon Valley (SEC2SV) program September 12-20.Top European Scaleups chosen for prestigious Silicon Valley programwww.eitdigital.eu
Comments25/08/2016 #22 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDAmazing effort went in to produce an even more amazing distinction! Woo~Hoo! Calls for a Virtual Party! Dr @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee and I thought of having a 'Contest' for encouraging bebee imagination ~ I'm thinking that would be a small measure of our appreciation back to you ~ @Juan Imaz, @Javier 🐝 beBee! ~off to write a Dedication!
- Producer22/08/2016Plato's 6 Rules of Leadership for Today's WorldHe is one of the most famous names in history. Greek philosopher Plato understood human nature.If you're a team leader or manager - Plato's 6 rules for leadership will help ensure that you get the job done.1. Put the "Human" back into "Human...
Comments31/08/2016 #24 Cory Galbraith#23 Thanks for your comment @debasish majumder. I won't attempt to challenge Plato on what he said, but my conclusion in relating his words to today's circumstances, is that often in business, people use buzz phrases and language they do not fully understand themselves, in an attempt to impress other people. The point here is that clear communication should be the priority, not trying to impress others.30/08/2016 #23 debasish majumdernice insight Cory Galbraith. lovely elucidation. only thing i am bit confused is the last point, where you mentioned "SPEAK TO BE UNDERSTOOD." how could we eventually conclude that poet's utterances seldom be understood by themselves? is not it a deliberate effort to undermine one's acumen and virtually foil the entire essence of your post, where sense of humility being distorted?25/08/2016 #15 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#2 @David B. Grinberg, you are so right: Who can argue with Plato? #7 Mentoring students is a key concept in medicine, where the medical student always seeks approval from the Attending Physician, who is held in great respect. I would also add #: Great Leaders Make Great Leaders. That is the ultimate success when the greatest university Professors produce the next ones. #11 @Tausif Mundrawala, you said it. Thank you for posting, Cory @Cory Galbraith24/08/2016 #11 Tausif MundrawalaPlato was gifted with the knowledge of two philosophers who immediately preceded him: Socrates and Aristotle. The latter was the tutor of Socrates and Plato was the student of Socrates. He grew under the tutelage of Socrates, no doubt about that, but he had his own great thinking and philosophy. All his teachings are worth paying heed. Thanks for sharing this post, Cory.24/08/2016 #9 Tausif MundrawalaPlato was gifted with the knowledge of two philosophers who immediately presided him: Socrates and Aristotle. The latter was the tutor of Socrates and Plato was the student of Socrates. He grew under the tutelage of Socrates, no doubt about that, but he had his own great thinking and philosophy. All his teachings are worth paying heed. Thanks for sharing this post, Cory.23/08/2016 #3 Erroll -EL- WarnerI will add the seventh. Don't be a Micro manager. Stop being an idol to your self.To avoid being a Micro manager educate your self. Don't flex your muscles because of your connection with the hierarchy managerial structure. You will be nothing when there is a shake-up.22/08/2016 #1 AnonymousThank you @Cory Galbraith for sharing your insightful post so short as relevant.
"Excellence" is not a gift, but a skill that takes practice.
We do not act "rightly" because we are "excellent",
in fact we achieve "excellence" by acting "rightly".
....Plato ! As Your Motto !
- Producer19/07/2016Getting Started on beBee: The Big - Assed ListAngus Grady messaged me yesterday, Angus seemed to remember that I once wrote a getting started guide for beBee. He couldn't find it.I actually wrote a few.I thought I would assemble them all here.I listed them in some semblance of what I consider a...
Comments24/08/2016 #21 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian#20 Actually, Mags, opening up to more than 3 hives is not the best idea. The spam-potential is too high. You can always ask others to share in other hives. Come to think of it, if you wanted to post in, say, 6 hives, list the other three in a comment. Someone else will do it for you.24/08/2016 #20 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#18 @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian, not to bitch (i.e., "Paul makes tech my bitch!" ~why did I miss this until now?), but can we please Press the button: "Increase Hive" to more BeeZ by 'freeing it up' to more than 3 Shares? I'd like to post it to all my Hives / increase the #of LadyBeeZ. This is Pollen! @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, @Aurorasa Sima, @Dr. Allen Brown, @Dr. Allen Miller, @Charlene Burke, @Michele Williams, @Deb 🐝 Helfrich, @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher, @Sara Jacobovici, @Donna-Luisa Eversley, @Özge Yavas, @Prof. Mg. Rodrigo Ariel PRADIER, @Bill SerGio The Infomercial King, @Tracy Darchini, @Dr. Kristina Nelson, @Mamen 🐝 Delgado, @Juan Imaz🐝. :)24/08/2016 #19 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#16 Accolades for making our jobs easier in Welcoming in NewBeeZ! I was trying to do this 'Piecemeal' here and there, This is #1! Question (you know me lol): How will I get updates for Hive 🐝"Dr Margaret Aranda: My NewBeeZ"🐝? Can you track all who Comment & Request so you Auto-Buzz us in? I'd like to get Tagged on all future renditions, please! Mercí / Gracias / Abogado / 🌺 🌻!
- Producer22/08/2016Before I formed you in your mother's womb I knew you –, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed you as a prophet to the nations. Jeremiah 1.5This past month has given us several opportunities to reflect on God's statement to Jeremiah – and by extension His word to each one of us.A social worker called up saying that she had a client who was HIV positive and pregnant. She had tried to...
- 20/08/2016When you have a purpose you still succeed even when the odds are stacked against you.
Don't switch off because athletics isn't your bag... this is far deeper and we can all have a real purpose, but few , yes few use it. Have you a purpose like this Olympian?Beyond the Struggle | One of the most iconic marathon finishes ever watch One of the most iconic marathon finishes ever watch in Rio Olympic 2016. Subscribe our channel for more interesting...
Comments22/08/2016 #10 Neville Gaunt#5 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD thank you so much for that link - forgotten it was there! Thank s again - you might like this too https://www.bebee.com/producer/@neville-gaunt/i-want-to-be-more-successful-but-don-t-know-how22/08/2016 #9 Neville Gaunt#6 Yes she does @Mamen 🐝 Delgado and if you notice she has very little #behavioralwaste as in here https://www.bebee.com/producer/@neville-gaunt/i-want-to-be-more-successful-but-don-t-know-how22/08/2016 #8 Neville Gaunt#3 Thank you @Lisa Gallagher have you downloaded the book on here
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@neville-gaunt/i-want-to-be-more-successful-but-don-t-know-how21/08/2016 #5 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDGABRIELLA ANDERSON-SCHEISS Aug 5, 1984 Los Angeles Olympics Win! I remember her! More personal Interview here, Amazing! https://youtu.be/lBasZWjd92k View moreGABRIELLA ANDERSON-SCHEISS Aug 5, 1984 Los Angeles Olympics Win! I remember her! More personal Interview here, Amazing! https://youtu.be/lBasZWjd92k / MD standing by spoke to her & Excellent Neurologic Assessment & Clinical Exam Supreme! iBravó! Women On The Historic Scene! Close
- Producer09/08/2016Visionary leaders seek the organization's hidden visionaries. - Ben PintoThere are employees in your company with ideas that could catapult it to greatness; maybe the night custodial worker, maybe the receptionist, maybe you aren't looking for any of them. If you are the only visionary in your business you aren't a...
- 16/08/2016If you think running a startup makes work-life balance impossible., just be glad you don't have to balance homework and puberty! Check out this great young entrepreneur!The young entrepreneur with big plans but 'still has to do homework' - BBC Newswww.bbc.com Twelve-year-old entrepreneur Henry Patterson tells the BBC how running a successful business has changed his...
Comments16/08/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD@Michele Williams - great find! How much can we learn from him? What a genius - I hope he still plays with Legos....just hate to see kids grow up too fast. I'm glad he's still worried about school. And he speaks so freely - tells me that he must have a stay-at-home Mom who saw his brilliance and supported his genius. There's a genius inside of each and every child
Comments15/08/2016 #1 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD@Max Carter ~ so true! Let's add in there "A wise woman.... yes?" And just to note that plenty of famous people were not appreciated in their quest to be 'wise..' Many of whom did not get 'famous' until after they died. So, whenever someone gets upset at what we say (i.e., those who are spiritual/philosophical/'religious') I always pause. And when it boils down to it, leaders are here for the people, not for other leaders. So as long as we wake up To Serve, that is all I need before God. I'm not here to please any one. Only the poor and hungry. And I need to get better at that, always. Muaaah!
- Producer11/07/2016Three Internal Factors Affecting Employee MoraleEmployees’ attitude towards their jobs determines their productivity. If they are motivated, their focus is in doing their best for the company. On the other hand, if employees are not motivated, they are less inclined to go the extra mile. Their...
Comments29/07/2016 #7 Carolyn BusseyUnfortunately fear is usually the only motivator a visionless leader can come up with. Fear of losing your job. Fear of being passed up for a promotion. These tactic are used daily with the outcome being the same. A brand thats as interesting as watching grass grow. Trust your people. Give them room to shake it up a bit and watch what happens!28/07/2016 #5 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#1 #2 #3 @Carol Evenson: You have it on the nose! I'm lovin' this post! I'm Tweetin', Buzzin', and doing the most to let people know that it isn't so hard to treat people like humans instead of like a postcard. Don't send them away with just a turse note...give them your best, train them to emulate yourself, and build strong leaders from within your own Camp! Hive! Yes...your own Hive! That is what keeps any business alive. People. Love. Humanity. Awesome Buzz!14/07/2016 #3 Erroll -EL- WarnerEmployees Moral could be affected by lack of transparency, respect, accountability, humility, and Micro Management. Lack of employees participation and feedback. Employers unwillingness to balance associates work and family life. There is a great need for work life balance.14/07/2016 #2 Donna-Luisa EversleyCarol Evenson, this topic on employee morale is highly relevant in this changing world. As businesses seek to keep ahead of trends they also need to be mindful of creating a secure culture. A culture which promotes wellness, health and a fair reward system will see greater relationships developed with customers as reputation is an important part of sustainability. Great post! Thanks for sharing!