- 21/10/20164 Useless Pieces of Advice No One Wants to Hear - Modern Mojomodern-mojo.com There are some pieces of advice that we should always avoid if they are not paired with steps to achieve them. I give the 4 most common ones some...
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- Producer20/10/2016Look Mom, I’m Darth Vader!Last week I met with two wonderful, intelligent gentlemen I met through beBee, Don Kerr and Kevin Pashuk. Don is an extravert like me and Kevin is a rather gentle and quiet soul. We got to talking about our personality types. Like Don, I could...
Comments21/10/2016 #24 Paul Kearley@Renée Cormier ...love this piece! Especially your last line: "We all need someone who believes in us, who is a cheerleader for our goals and dreams; someone who will tell us that we are going to be okay. We also need someone to give us a kick in the ass now and then."21/10/2016 #22 Harvey LloydYour opening line that you met @Kevin Pashuk and his professed strong I (Introverts Unite! (Separately) and your E @Renée Cormier had to produce a story of some sort. I have enjoyed the Myers Briggs concept as a communication understanding tool.
I took administrative staff and handed each objects you would find in wal mart and asked them to come up with a marketing scheme and advertisement. They had to present the advertising to the team. We were able to use this exercise to show folks how their personality guided their understanding of how to communicate to others. Mostly we had fun in understanding how our Myers-Briggs affects our communications. A lens that we see the world through.
One of my favorite pass times is to watch I's and E's coexist in environments. The E is getting charged up in the social gathering and you can watch the low battery signal draw closer in the I. Airports are the best to watch. Most I's have lost it before they get through security. Funny stuff Darth Vader:) I am INTJ, may the force be with you. I share this designation with Stalin, Marx and Martin Luther. I'm figuring therapy will be a constant.21/10/2016 #21 Renée Cormier#8 #4 #17 #16 #20 #15 #13 #11 Here's something funny. I went to a different website to do the free test. This one was longer and I thought for sure I would have a different result because I am not too thrilled with the notion of being considered a ball buster, but geeze, I got the same result! ESTJ! What a riot! Here's the other site: https://www.16personalities.com/20/10/2016 #18 Renée Cormier#13 Thanks for the comment, David. Yes, I've always been a fan of encouraging people to be the best they can be. On another note, it is widely believed that Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, but that's not quite true. It is actually a Canadian invention. Edison was a brilliant business man (no pun intended). He actually perfected and marketed the original design that changed the way we live. http://www.mysteriesofcanada.com/ontario/first-electric-light-bulb/20/10/2016 #17 Randy KehoI refuse to allow myself to be defined by any test that is designed to screw with my head. It's screwed up enough. I don't care to know the particulars. @Renée Cormier By the way, I'm LMAO. For your next presentation, why don't you wear a Darth Vader mask and try to get your message across without pissing anybody off (a reference to your previous post). I'd make a poor shrink, too, wouldn't I?20/10/2016 #13 David B. GrinbergThanks for the interesting and insightful analysis @Renée Cormier. I likewise took that test about a decade ago as part of a leadership development course. Moreover, I likewise don't remember my type.
Anyhow, I commend you on the approach of positive reinforcement, being positively expectant, while at the same time giving a "kick in the ass" to those who might need it to move forward and reach their full potential.
I'm reminded of that saying: those of never fall, never climb. Failing is an inevitable aspect of life. However, when you hit a big accomplishment or major success, that's often what people remember most. For example, most people don't dwell on the hundreds of times Thomas Edison failed before the one time he got it right with the light bulb. I think our successes are usually considered more than our failures.
But, to paraphrase another saying: those who never try will never know what might have been. And no one wants to look back at their life in hindsight wondering what might have been if only they tried and persisted. Thanks again for the good buzz!20/10/2016 #11 Kevin PashukThanks for tagging me Renée. I'm an ISTJ. According to the website http://mentalfloss.com/article/65218/10-myers-briggs-type-charts-pop-culture-characters I share this personality type with Spock from Star Trek.
Hmnnn... I don't know how I feel about that. Wait! I don't (feel).20/10/2016 #9 Don Kerr#7 Once I get on the plane to AZ tomorrow I think this will improve;) "If today's PQ score (63) is an accurate reflection, it indicates a moderate and average level of Positive Intelligence. The bad news is that you are clearly in the net-negative PQ vortex, meaning you are wasting a good deal of your vital energy and resources just to fight your Saboteurs, rather than creating the life that you want. The good news is that you can begin to see a dramatic shift in how you feel about your life and work, and what you get accomplished, in as little as 21 days of focusing on raising your PQ."
- Producer19/10/2016Her Life Wasn't Easy but She Prevailed- My InspirationTonight I read a buzz about Inspiration by Graham Edwards and his buzz made me think of others who've inspired me. The first person who came to mind was my mom. Mom did not have an easy life, she grew up with a father who was an abusive Alcoholic...
Comments20/10/2016 #10 Lisa GallagherMom's start sure didn't predict the majority of her life, including her ending which is very inspiring. Love and hate are both choices. I'm glad mom had no tolerance for hate, we weren't even allowed to use the word hate in our home. Thanks @Deb Helfrich View moreMom's start sure didn't predict the majority of her life, including her ending which is very inspiring. Love and hate are both choices. I'm glad mom had no tolerance for hate, we weren't even allowed to use the word hate in our home. Thanks @Deb Helfrich, appreciate your comment! :) Close19/10/2016 #9 Deb Helfrich"Mom taught us that life is a constant lesson and when we stop learning, we stop living." Inspirational, @Lisa Gallagher, because of the honest truth that our start doesn't necessarily predict our ending. We do have the ability to choose, most especially to choose LOVE.19/10/2016 #8 Lisa Gallagher#7 Hi @Renée Cormier, I could not agree more about my grandfather. As I grew older and heard the stories (too many offenses to list) I felt the same about him, "he's an evil man." He had 6 brothers who were all nice and not one of them were alcoholics. My mom's real mother fell down a flight of stairs and ended up with a brain injury and amnesia. He had her committed to a state mental hospital back then. She developed pneumonia and was pregnant with her second child. They tried to get a hold of him to have her transferred to the Cleveland Clinic for treatment and he was no where to be found. My mom showed me an add his own family placed in the paper looking for him (I just saw the clipping about 4 years ago). Anyhow, her real mom gave birth to a full term still born and died from pneumonia not long after the birth. He took off and joined the Army. My mom was sent to live with relatives in Florida. She told me she loved them and that was the only good time in her entire childhood. He came back when she was 5 years old with his 'new' wife and took my mom back with them. I'm glad my mom broke ties with him when we were younger, she did us all a big favor. Yes, we all get along like best friends, I feel very fortunate. Mom always felt fortunate to have 5 children that loved her so much and was able to give so much love back to all of us. Sorry this was so long but I'm glad you called him out for what he was, it's true.19/10/2016 #7 Renée CormierSuch a beautiful family. You are lucky to have had a loving, caring and giving mother. Not all of us get to experience that. As for your grandfather; it has always been my belief that anything you do drunk you would do sober, if you only had the guts. Your grandfather was cruel at his core. Alcohol just made it easier for him to be his true self. I'm glad your mother found a loving family to be a part of and I am especially glad she did not choose to live her life in bitterness. She certainly raised a lovely lady (you) and I am sure the rest of your siblings have been well raised too.19/10/2016 #5 Laura Mikolaitis"Mom taught us that life is a constant lesson and when we stop learning, we stop living. She taught us that life is more than just ABOUT us, it's about those around us." ~ A beautiful reflection on love and inspiration by @Lisa Gallagher View more"Mom taught us that life is a constant lesson and when we stop learning, we stop living. She taught us that life is more than just ABOUT us, it's about those around us." ~ A beautiful reflection on love and inspiration by @Lisa Gallagher. Here's to moms or to whomever inspires you. Close19/10/2016 #1 Vincent AndrewYour mum is an inspiring person Lisa. Despite the setbacks she faced, she stayed positive and helped raise a kind and happy family. She put others' needs before herself. 'I don't think it was until I became a parent myself that I was able to honestly appreciate the life we were given.' I fully agree with this. I am really really thankful to both my mum and my late dad for their toils, encouragement and wisdom just to help us pull through life. Thanks for sharing this Lisa.
- Producer19/10/2016Where I Really Earned My MBA (a Denny's on The "Shady" Side of Town)Don't let me kid you, Fort Collins is hardly a ghetto. It's a lovely university town that sits up next to the mountains and has a charming and vibrant downtown.However, there is one area out by the interstate that has fallen into some bad hands. A...
Comments20/10/2016 #55 Randy Keho#45 I was in that building once, but I can't for the life of me remember why? It must have been a meeting of some kind. It appeared quite rundown. I remember thinking, "This is Roosevelt University?" However, it was probably quite majestic when you were there. Was there an underground stable for the horses?
- Producer18/10/2016Where to look for Inspiration... Pirates and Bees it seems.If asked what inspires me, I am not sure "pirates" would have come to mind, but it seems for Scott Leckie the principal at Takota Asset Management, they do; after watching his video, I now have a better understanding as to why. I couldn't help but...
Comments19/10/2016 #3 Lisa GallagherVery nice and excuse the pun, inspiring @Graham Edwards! For some reason this made me think of the ocean... when I am to sit near the ocean listening to the waves crash, my worries leave me and so many inspiring thoughts come to mind. I'm also very fortunate to be surrounded by many inspiring people who are also compassionate as well. Congratulations again Graham on becoming an Ambassador and your right, the leadership on this platform truly leads and inspires.18/10/2016 #1 Renée CormierI am very happy to have you working with the ambassadors at beBee. I can honestly say that the conversations we have around business inspire me and the other bees here on beBee do as well. Other things that inspire me are possibility, sunshine and if I look carefully enough, I find inspiration in life itself.
- Producer13/09/2016A World of Uncharted WatersAll waters are uncharted territory.Just because we have a map, it doesn't mean that we've been there before. Someone else's experience may serve as a guide, or plan for us, but is no guarantee of our experience or success.Just because we recall...
Comments21/10/2016 #5 CityVP ManjitDo check out E.F. Schumacher's Guide for the Perplexed. My copy is starting to get old but it is one of those books one can reference over time rather than read cover to cover. Schumacher provides a great map metaphor.
https://www.brainpickings.org/2014/08/05/a-guide-for-the-perplexed-schumacher/18/10/2016 #1 Lisa Gallagher"Just because we have a map doesn't mean we've been there before." Ah, so true @Tony Rossi! Every experience is unique to each individual and how we choose to get from one destination to another, well many times we have to take detours along the way or the path is unknown until we've arrived. Nice buzz and Congrats to you for being named an Ambassador!
- Producer18/10/2016What If Tomorrow Never Comes?I went to a funeral this past weekend - a young man's life cut too short. 33 years and 27 days he spent alive - living, loving and doing.33 years and 27 days.Seeing his family was tough, I know his dad and 2 brothers. I didn't know him at all, but...
Comments18/10/2016 #8 Harvey Lloyd#7 Absolutely! If you want to excite an introvert ask prodding or probing questions as i call them. Your motives should be clear in this case. The questions i refer to or those that you ask yourself when you are faced with a challenge. The challenge presented here is immortality, the value of your own life and worthiness. These questions have daunted mankind for centuries. If we can reframe the questions as Dave is doing here then we can answer the question for ourselves and live accordingly. I know the real question will always be concerning service to others, regardless of what the question is trying to accomplish within our own psyche.18/10/2016 #6 Harvey Lloyd#5 Like the qoute. If we had ten folks in a circle. Each gifted with the question before they spoke, no matter which number i was within the ten i too would receive the richness of someone answering their question. Like the quote you shared. Unfortunately we often experience the circle broken. Number 5 is having a challenging day, within my little world presented, but 9 others can help them by answering their question. What will number 9 do next time they see someone who needs a good question?
A little boorish in context but my hope is that the process of answering the right question as we have discovered here reaches a saturation point with those in your circle. Where life starts to happen within the moment, everyday, all the time.18/10/2016 #5 Jared Wiese#4 Ouuu, I like it better! After all, it is not about ourselves, now is it? It's along the lines of what I heard once, "We come to this life with nothing. We leave with nothing."
“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
― Maya Angelou18/10/2016 #3 Jared Wiese#1 I keep hearing how important questions are. "Quality questions = quality life". Of course, like you say, it is more the action than the question. But just having the question should usually spur some action.
Here's one: "HOW are we taking steps toward living and leaving a legacy this DAY/WEEK/MONTH?"18/10/2016 #1 Harvey LloydThese times are trying at best when we face our own mortality, @Dave Rynne. Our pastor once had a program of living for thirty days as if we new our death would occur on the 30th. No comparison for those who are challenged by the loss of a loved one. But i must say it really did cause me to think about our daily activities and the self proclaimed impending doom. In the end i came to one conclusion.
My goals, and planning were important past the 30 day experiment, but the reality came in a statement that formed over those thirty days. Did i impact anyone today! Did i go out of my way to say, do or act in a situation that grew someone else. Did that someone today experience self worth because they crossed my journey?
I try to ask these question each day and live the statement. Not always succeeding. Tomorrow is a mystery to be planned for, but be all you can today.
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- Producer17/10/2016The Lazarus-effect of social mediaI DM'ed my sister on FB (again). Sent her a nice pic of a funky cake for her birthday - her 60th; egad!! We talk a lot on Facebook these days, even though it's more one-sided than I'd like! I see her wonderful kids; one an astrophysicist teaching...
Comments17/10/2016 #1 Deb Helfrich@Lisa Gallagher - you are mentioned in the text by @Lisa Vanderburg (it is the same as LI here - no mentioning in posts, only in comments)
I don't really know what to do or think about the situation, except that whether the accounts of the dead are helpful or hurtful is almost certainly a very personal decision, but I bet Lisa G definitely will have something to add that is poignant.
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- Producer15/10/2016The Tides of Life"Emotions ebb and flow like unpredictable tidesWith highs and lows, creating puzzling dividesA day full of happiness with a permanent smilesA day full of misery, nothing seems worthwhileSudden bursts of laughter, to enjoy the momentSweeping along a...
- Producer15/10/2016The Traveler, Father Christmas and the ConstellationIn a previous post, I told you how the Traveler is an airliners fan. How he likes them, knows them and is really their friend. But, what made the Traveler such a friend with airliners? Well, it is very simple. It’s simply...
- Producer13/10/2016THE EFFECTS OF EMOTIONS AND NEGATIVE THOUGHTS IN THE BODY!Physical symptoms of the mind-body relationship For several decades, there has been growing interest in the relationship between emotions, thoughts and physical body. The scientific community has accepted the undeniable influence that these...
Comments17/10/2016 #21 Flávio Rodrigues Vieira#16 young you got it all wrong, the article aims to bring the awareness to people that our emotions direct influence on our quality of life and that many times lead not only in diseases of the mind, such as depression, but also body on you talk about external factors, I would be a hypocrite if talking to someone like face a weather event, or any catastrophe that may occur, but the difference and be positive is exactly this, see the example of the Japanese, suffered so much, but their union can do a feat that no other country has been able to, rebuild with tremendous agility, and not they see complaining about the catastrophe they have suffered, the only thing I see is a united and happy people, even with so many problems have not forgotten always think positive about their problems, because other people do not think so just tend to suffer more because they lose a lot of time crying over spilled milk, thanks for the comment!17/10/2016 #20 Flávio Rodrigues Vieira@Jena Ball loved your work, you bring back the connection with each other in the middle of both individualism, I would have been his pupil, but although I am being now, when you came to this post to tell your opinion and add further our knowledge, I am extremely flattered to know that there are still people who have the vision to raise the children the best they can be, uncompetitive because they know that all are the best at what they choose to do.17/10/2016 #19 Flávio Rodrigues Vieira#11 interesting point of view, we are emotional in fact beings, we can not control the people who live around us and the emotions conveyed by it, but we can, as you said, an internal SWOT analysis of themselves, to get through adversity in a very more quiet and even in the worst of storms pull off a great learning experience, thanks for sharing the same point of view, it is extremely important to communion with our being16/10/2016 #16 debasish majumderi am amazed to take notice in your article that, you have entirely ignored the external conditions which are primarily responsible for our change of attitudes in a given circumstances, and we have nothing to do in terms of controlling our endocrinology system, which resulted in our anomalies we experience in body politic. i could not get what in you exactly wanted to mean in your article Flavio Rodrigues Vieira. pretty confused!16/10/2016 #14 Flávio Rodrigues Vieira@Sara Jacobovici thanks for the compliment, my focus is just that, bringing matters to people questioning without trial, all add and my own experiences, we are emotional beings, control our impulses on emotions is essential for a better quality of life, thanks again!15/10/2016 #11 Mohammed SultanFlavio Rodrigues Viera,thanks for sharing a great post. We are in a continuous journey for self-discovery and self-renewal to know our personal strengths and also the weakness areas that need support from others.When we become very keen about doing SELF-SWOT analysis we will reach a conclusion of two points; first,;being in cync with yourself is sometimes more crucial than being in cync with others,we are not influenced by what happens to us as by our view towards what happens.Second,the uppermost priority for our self-renewal is to have fun while doing things and to do more of what we love to do. God has given us the gift of life and let us decide how to live well;we shouldn't run counter to our creator 's own view that strong emotions must be subjugated to the dictates of manners,taste and sensibility,not to our acquaintances or own desires.15/10/2016 #10 Ali Anani#9 This is a beautiful buzz @ @Flávio Rodrigues Vieira and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Amazingly, I was having exchange of comments with @Sara Jacobovici about cellular time recently. This led me to search for the effects of thoughts and fear on human cells. So, it is timely I read this buzz and I find it very stimulating.15/10/2016 #9 Sara JacoboviciThank you for a great Buzz @Flávio Rodrigues Vieira, something, as your readers and discussion shows, everyone can relate to or identify with. From my perspective, the connections among emotions, thoughts and the physical body are there because we experience life (from the very beginning) in a sensory way. Then we give meaning to our experiences and that creates a narrative, a story, that we replay in our minds when we are "reminded" through a similar experience. Another thing that happens is that we internalize "messages" we receive from others from a young age and these "voices", in addition to ours, repeat what we took in. Thanks again Flavio.15/10/2016 #7 Flávio Rodrigues Vieira@Lisa Gallagher smooth, you brought up the problem of many people, including my problem, anxiety in solving some pendency me consuming and makes me negative thinking in some respects, a great solution for a mind control training and always ask, "remember this problem here five years? "almost every time my problem is just that screen out, what allows me tranquility and wisdom to solve it, but to be at peace with himself and all others is something that requires the continuous improvement process thanks for sharing your experience, the purpose meditation is a great way to balance our emotions.15/10/2016 #6 Flávio Rodrigues Vieira@David Navarro López I very much appreciate your opinion, I agree, we can tune our unconscious with good energies and thoughts, but we are emotional beings, often occur situations which are beyond our control, see the difference of those facing a serious problem with good thoughts, easily the person can overcome, unlike those who think negative, in a similar situation, give up and would bring something unresolved out, what in my opinion is transformed into physical illness, after all is energy, thank you for sharing the view that we are what we attract..15/10/2016 #5 Jena BallYes! This is so important. I got interested because the way we educate kids essentially ignores emotions and teaches them to compete, judge and be afraid to take risks. Then we wonder why we have bullying. Here is the piece I wrote on it, I hope we will continue to follow the research and consider how to bring mindfulness and self-reflection into schools: http://notperfecthatclub.com/2016/04/the-science-of-kindness/15/10/2016 #4 Lisa GallagherWhat a great buzz @Flávio Rodrigues Vieira! I think many of us can relate to anxiety and the stressors that can add to it. I am a worrier and I often wonder at times if my mind seeks something to worry about. Just when I think I've let go of something that caused me great stress, another stressor finds it's place in my mind to ruminate over. I have a few books by Louise Hayes and they are great books for affirmation! I agree, counseling is vital if anxiety is consuming a person. I was just talking to a friend today and she's doing yoga, reiki, and meditation; I could tell she was much more relaxed which makes me want to seek out some of this and at least give it a try. Ever hear that saying, "She/he died from a broken heart?" It's true, that really happens. Thanks for this!15/10/2016 #3 AnonymousI really like the way you think, Flavio, thank you for this post. I would say that the human thinking is much more complex than that. When you say"We can not "control" our thoughts and emotions, it seems to contradict your readings of Louise Hay, but it isn't really. We have two main minds, the conscious and the unconscious. The unconscious is where all the information comes, and where complex cognitive processes take place. We can consciously influence our unconscious, by choosing how or with what we are feeding our unconscious.
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