- Producer20/08/2016NATURE'S FLURRY!What should we think? We have to re-think Out of the box Or out of the Circle? All things in the nature appear in spiral Sometimes in the bottom, sometimes in the pinnacle We are oscillating in between this puzzle It is...
Comments23/08/2016 #10 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#4 @Pamela L. Williams, the subject of self-awareness leading to self-realization, comes up quite a bit (although not necessarily as I stated it) - then once you realize a character about 'self,' you increase awareness and presumably 'change.' But it never stops, right, @debasish majumder? Perhaps we aren't limited to be 'only' IN or OuT of a box. Perhaps we are a river that flows, with laminar and turbulent flow, obstructions, viscosity, particulate matter, evaporation, as molecules of ice packed in a 'box-like' CUBE, @Ali Anani?....a cube of ice!21/08/2016 #6 debasish majumderSir Dr. @Ali Anani, pHd. you are extremely learned. i firmly believe you can comprehensively envisage my state, as you only trigger me to write poetry, having fully understanding my potentials. thank you sir for appreciating my post and rendering continuous support. i am privileged and honored.21/08/2016 #5 Ali AnaniThus, we are flummoxed by our crafted deceitful episode
Unable to gauge nature’s proclivity, only trusted road
You must know by now these lyrics resonate strongly with me. Let me ask you a question dear @debasish majumder View moreThus, we are flummoxed by our crafted deceitful episode
Unable to gauge nature’s proclivity, only trusted road
You must know by now these lyrics resonate strongly with me. Let me ask you a question dear @debasish majumder- when you write poetry you feel you are in the box or outside it? Close20/08/2016 #1 Franci Eugenia Hoffman"Frustrated, we surrender and succumb to nature in haste
Not able to envisage these qualities are matters reflection in our brain
Nature laughs for its dicey role
We are bemused and make hyperbole
Unable to fathom time and space as matter and its championing role! "
Exceptional poem and food for thought @debasish majumder. The last 5 lines send a strong message - flurries in the mind.
- Producer29/07/2016What is your passion?Today I had a phone interview with a global manufacturer. It was pretty standard with my being asked all the normal questions. No surprises. Then she ended the call by asking me one question I haven't been asked before; What is your passion?It...
Comments20/08/2016 #79 Pamela L. Williams#78 Thank you @Anees Zaidi. The more time that passes since i wrote this post, the more I consider the symbolism of 'me'. If we believe that we each have a purpose on this planet, then why should 'me' be a person's passion, if you consider that we are all seeking our purpose, our reason for existing. We can only find that fulfillment by coming to terms with the fact that the purpose is about the 'me' in each of us. Does that make sense? :-)19/08/2016 #78 Anees Zaidi'My passion is me' a very strong statement @Pamela L. Williams. Your statement may provided meaning to why I am here, why I exist, what is purpose of my existence? This is my passion to grow my 'self' that may provide answer to all these questions. A great post with fabulous thoughts. Thanks for sharing your wisdom.17/08/2016 #75 Pamela L. Williams#60 Don't know how I missed your comments Lisa! My apologies for the delay. Yes, my daughter is the driver of my life. Nothing comes before her and her well-being. I won't be having grandchildren through her! She has already informed me that that is something that she just doesn't see herself doing. I'm okay with that, plus the fact her mate has a daughter in college so any grandparent feelings I need to fulfill I can bestow upon her! She is more than happy to have another grandparent; more gifts! LOL!17/08/2016 #74 Pamela L. Williams#69 It is extremely important! My quest was determine what my passion was! I realized it wasn't external but within me. Your passion is creation Javier! you create companies, you created two wonderful children. You seem to really enjoy watching things grow from a little thought to a successful reality.17/08/2016 #72 Pamela L. Williams#68 Sounds exactly like what I wrote David! I like helping people, especially through whatever position I'm holding at any given time. Because I like exploring new areas I'll discover things that others may not have considered. I love sharing that knowledge with my co-workers. If something I've learned can help others do their jobs better or faster then I love it!17/08/2016 #68 Charles David UpchurchMy passion is making a difference in other people's lives. As such, I lead by following.
Depending on the needs of those who ask for my help, my passion, and my need for knowledge, adapt to each new situation.
Phrased that way, it sounds very similar to you, @Pamela L. Williams15/08/2016 #66 Pamela L. Williams#64 I'll watch video Wayne! thanks for sharing. Here's the issue with my career to date; the why has been my family. I took the positions that best worked for the well-being of my daughter and myself. Now my daughter has finished with school ( 2 degrees) and I can start focusing on finding my passions, which will be the foundation of my whys. Maybe a bit late in life to be doing that but when it comes to your children; you do what you have to do to make life good for them!15/08/2016 #64 Wayne YoshidaPamela -
Nice buzz. All comments are interesting, but some are not focused on career management/job interviewing.
Here is something to consider: In terms of "career management" - Understand your "why" -- why do you do what you do - why do you look forward to going to work and doing your job? If you are working with your passion - everything else follows.
Take a look at this TEDx talk from Simon Sinek, and think about this from a career management point of view. Also watch the follow-up video called "Building Trust."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VdO7LuoBzM15/08/2016 #60 Lisa Gallagher@Pamela L. Williams, what a great read tonight! So refreshing! I would have to agree with you on your first passion, your daughter. My kids and grandchildren are my first passions. I love how you were able to figure it out, your passion is you! You gave a lot of great examples and you can keep adding to your passion's list. Thanks for sharing this!15/08/2016 #59 Lisa Gallagher#56 @Ben Pinto if you share a buzz (which is what you find on your homepage) like a video eg, you can only share to one hive, same goes with posts, unless they are your own. You can share your own posts to up to 3 hives. I'm curious too, did you post a link from the page back to LI or share from beBee to LI from beBee's sharing tool? I saw the post (thanks by the way!) and I did see the blank box . It allows a person to click on it but no image is there. Not sure how that happened.