- Producer13/11/2017RECOBRA tu ALEGRÍA de VIVIR¿Estás harta de sentirte sin rumbo, sin ilusión, cansada, con una enorme desidia…? ¿Puedes dedicarte a ti, hacer las cosas de otra manera, disfrutar… pero no sabes cómo ni haciendo qué?Me llamo Sabina Roleff. Soy autora del libro “A partir de...
- Producer25/10/2017Personal Growth Keeps me GoingImage from quickbase.com/blogAbout ten years ago, a mentor of mine asked me two tough questions. They were 1) What are you doing to Develop yourself? & 2) What are you doing to Develop others?When he asked those two questions, I was confused...
Comments28/10/2017 #4 Claire L Cardwell@Preston 🐝 Vander Ven - yet another timely reminder! Earlier this week I made a commitment to writing a blog post on architecture every day. Still got todays to do, but I know what it's going to be on!
As well as being a designer, I want to become known as an Architectural Journalist and blog through The Naked Architect - although I've set up a hive here and groups on LI and FB, I am still yet to a) promote The Naked Architect on my Blue Designs Website or actually start my own blog site - or even start branding my existing articles properly...
So I am not totally organised yet!
- Producer18/10/2017Keep Your Eye On The DonutCover your eyes with donuts simple but cute. Picture: Elena Rodríguez. Model: Elen BassKeep Your Eye On The DonutThere is the donut and there is the hole. And you should keep your eye on the donut. And all the things that go on they don't...
Comments22/10/2017 #28 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#27 Appreciate that as an extraction of ideas for many people will find this extraction practical for their everyday life. For me it is more important to push continuously at the boundaries where the human condition takes a back seat to making a living. The people who may benefit the most from my thinking may not even be born yet, but somewhere in the future - if what we "think" out aloud here at beBee is viewed as a past that remains important to that future, then my own grand-children may take a wholly different view about what my particular focus was back in our day.
You are right to write for this world, but it is those in the future that may one day have a different perspective, as we do now about the Declaration of Independence, which the Founding Fathers changed to read "unalienable rights" by removing Jefferson's original words "inherent rights". As a society we don't pay attention to these differences but one day we wake up to them and in so waking bring back meaning that others sought to remove at the time.
The difference seems mute, but what the Founding Fathers had done with removing the word "inherent" is accept their ownership of slaves and actually denote that the Declaration pertained to them as white slave owning and wealthy males and not to other groups such as women or non-white etc. The Declaration of Independence was protecting a few white males from the tax grabbing hand of the King of England. Today it is now becoming what Thomas Jefferson actually intended it to be.
It is here those who look from the future can see a different view of the time. It is thus that the metaphor of donut has different meaning to me. This is the diversity I accept. This is the diversity that is both our collective freedom of thought.22/10/2017 #27 Javier 🐝 beBee#26 @CityVP 🐝 Manjit Lynch is talking about creativity and the power of ideas , but - as you know - we are all free to extract new ideas ...here I am talking about focus. Focus is important for success. I am more succesful when I am eliminating time wasting activities.22/10/2017 #26 CityVP 🐝 ManjitWhat Lynch is talking about here is creativity and the power of ideas and this "donut" transcends the desire for achievement, ambition or success. Industrial age thinking and efficiency gurus and turning human beings into objects and image is the hole - the future that is creative transcends ambition, because ambition is what the lesser or more selfish mind settles for.
The greater vision are all possibilities that have not come into being - and these are not about comparison shopping or the relative weight of how our ego feels about achievement and results in our world that balances success as a scarcity mentality, rather than creativity as an abundance mentality. If we know abundance why do we cling for a need for simple messages !
The whole future of human "being" is transforming for a few while the mass population cling to the past and often that past is the voices of yesterday gnawing at our nervous system, fueling the need that we have not evolved from, for we remain the Darwinian ape even though there is a new beginning to becoming a bit more collectively conscious about what being human means, even as modern technology seeks the cyborg. (the less human).
The creativity Lynch addresses here is at the level of transformation of humanity and not donut of a more fragile ego. This is a renaissance that will always be limited by the limitation of minds who are still objects of comparison. Creativity that leads to freedom of being is a totally different level of thinking than creativity to create an object our ego wants to call success.
The donut that is metaphor is what David Lynch speaks of, the donut that is material is the one we still prescribe success to.19/10/2017 #21 Phil Friedman#20 Impressive memory, @Peter Altschuler. You are correct. The ditty is on a plaque labeled "The Optimists Creed", a photo of which can be found at: https://restaurant-ingthroughhistory.com/tag/mayflower-coffee-shops/19/10/2017 #20 Peter Altschuler#10 It was the Mayflower Coffee Shop chain that used that little ditty, @Phil Friedman. Yet they were clever enough to create little bite-size bits that were known as donut holes -- the dough allegedly taken out of the center of a doughnut. In storytelling, they're like the Grand Inquisitor tale in the midst of "The Brothers Karamazov."
Personally, I'd rather focus on a 1950s television test pattern than on a doughnut. They are, in all their deep-fried, calorie dense, artery-clogging infamy, the amalgamated sin of all mankind.19/10/2017 #17 David B. GrinbergThanks for more great advice, Javier, which is always a welcome breath of fresh air in a world of information overload and daily distractions. I would add these nuggets of wisdom to reiterate the main points above:
1) While you can't control the actions of others, you can and should control your reactions. In short, don't react to every idiot in the world or you'll be wasting time and losing focus all day long.
2) Per the best selling book of the same name: "Don't sweat the small stuff" -- and it's all small stuff! http://dontsweat.com/
3) Remember the righteous refrain of the successful U.S. civil rights movement which resulted in more equal opportunity and equal justice for every American: "Keep your eyes on the prize!" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keep_Your_Eyes_on_the_Prize18/10/2017 #14 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador@Javier 🐝 beBee u need to be in the innovative Pastry industry to understand what David is talking about....jajajaja....i love this GIG!
But if i may...I prefer to keep my eyes on the "chuuuuuuros"! As good a Donut, but zero chance to get lost in the Hole...hahaha!
- Producer16/10/2017How to be more successfulWe know that success comes with a lot of challenges and complications at every stage.Here are hard things you will have to do if you want to be successful:1. You have to be able to foresee the future but stay focused on the present.2. You have to...
Comments23/10/2017 #25 Pedro J. EstébanezI really like these pieces of advice.
I already do some of them, but have to improve in some others.
Regarding 10, do you mean 'objectively well, elegant' or dressing consciously, knowing your clothes are something important in your 'avatar', so you can boost through them those personal features you want to?
Well, I guess that for some individuals those are the same, but for other people?18/10/2017 #24 Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand AmbassadorOne of my favorites is the story of persistence. Greg S. Reid shares Napoleon Hill's story of RU Darby in this video: https://vimeo.com/40665216 View moreOne of my favorites is the story of persistence. Greg S. Reid shares Napoleon Hill's story of RU Darby in this video: https://vimeo.com/40665216 . Don't give up 3 feet from gold! Close17/10/2017 #23 Preston 🐝 Vander VenI wanted to add one that I heard at a conference this week. I felt it was worth mentioning. The speaker said the only words he every lived by were those said by his mother, "Do your Best, and Make sure your Having Fun doing it."
He said that if he wasn't having fun, he was in the wrong vehicle of work and looked for another.17/10/2017 #21 Tausif MundrawalaI agree with all the aspects in it's entirety. We have to feel comfortable being uncomfortable. Well said because these testing times helps us realize the importance of ourselves. Jewellery couldn't be form unless and until gold is not melt and the diamond not being cut and shaped.
Thanks for this buzz, @Javier 🐝 beBee17/10/2017 #17 Irene 🐝 Rodriguez Escolar#11 "which readers should consider printing out and and reviewing regularly" completely agree to print the listing.
About the feeling of being uncomfortable being uncomfortable, my ideas are different from those of the rest therefore perhaps undervalued, respectful, that is why I defend them and I go on, I am walking against the current, therefore uncomfortable perhaps, to the rest that wants to make me change my mind (I hope the translator behaves well)17/10/2017 #11 David B. GrinbergThank you, Javier, for such an uplifting and inspirational blogging buzz filled with awesome advice! This post is a like a success "cheat sheet" per se, which readers should consider printing out and and reviewing regularly. You include so many powerful points for serious consideration and implementation. In fact, many studies show that positive people are not only happier, but healthier too!
Personally, I think the most challenging point -- at least for me -- is #2 "You have to feel comfortable with being uncomfortable." Well, one might ask, how does that work? I would say the more one adopts and repeats an initially uncomfortable behavior, habit or trait, the more comfortable one incrementally becomes with it. However, it's the initial adoption and repetition which strikes me as the hardest part. I would welcome any further advice you might have on mastering this principle.
Lastly, I've always prided myself on being a positive thinker -- especially during challenging times. I would note that it's just as easy to think positively as negatively, to see the proverbial glass half full rather than half empty. Yet this is an "acquired taste" for many people. Therefore, I suggest reading the late Rev. Norman Vincent Peale, informally known as the godfather of positive thinking. His timeless words of wisdom can help anyone become less negative and more positive. Check him out:
- Producer13/10/2017People unite facing the common enemyWhen someone is taking out the gun, starts shooting at you and everyone around you, there is only one thing you can do to survive. Unite with everyone around you. It happens in seconds. It's survival instinct.It may sound pretty obvious. But how...
- Producer07/10/2017''Frases poderosas que removeran tu alma''30 excelentes frases motivadoras1.- La confianza en sí mismo es el primer secreto del éxito. '' Ralph Waldo Emerson.''2.-Si no luchas por lo que quieres, no te lamentes por...
- Producer04/10/2017Over 100 HR Tools that are REALLY used by the best Professionals around the World!If you are into LifeCoaching, then why not taking a look at LEXICOACHING? Ever heard about the “Map of Allies”? “Spiral Dynamics”? “Pyramid of Success”? You might know some of the techniques in this book but trust me, you are going to discover a...
- 02/10/2017#relationships #partnerships #women50+ #selfhelpwomen50+CAG Connect ~ Are We “The Invisibles”?www.cagconnect.com Have you ever noticed after you passed your fiftieth birthday that things start to change? I don’t necessarily mean the physical changes as if that would not be enough right ladies? Nobody calls...
- Producer29/09/2017Benefits and threats of writing a diaryThere are many tools available for self-development. Some are clear, some might be a little more specific. I put diary writing into the specific field.Let's first understand (if somebody doesn't know) what is a diary. Diary is a daily written...
- 27/09/2017#partners #relationships #couples #groupforpartnersCAG Connect ~ Our Community Is Ready For Youwww.cagconnect.com Finally, we are ready to mingle! Our private community for anyone in a long-term relationship who has the desire to improve communication with their partner is open for registering. I hope you...
- 22/09/2017#relationships #couples #partnersCAG Connect ~ Our Community Of Like-Mindedwww.cagconnect.com We all know the power of community. I am about a week away from publishing my private membership group on Facebook. This is a very exciting time. I found a way to offer my coaching services in a...
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- 18/09/2017#couples #partners #relationshipsCAG Connect ~ Fights And Misunderstandingswww.cagconnect.com How well did you interact with each other as you met? Probably great, correct? Yet over time, you have gotten in so many fights and misunderstandings despite the wonderful beginnings. Well, first...
Comments19/09/2017 #18 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.perception creates reality, so agree!19/09/2017 #17 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.a man that reflects golden quality; our bee @Andrew 🐝 Goldman listen to what he has to share!19/09/2017 #16 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.16/09/2017 #11 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#10 yes can perfectly imagine that @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador16/09/2017 #10 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorHEy @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. can u imagine a live interview from the woods with Andrew on a FB live of ours? Ohhhhhhh, I do.
- 15/09/2017We choose everything ourselves. What to think. What to do. And how to feel about things around us. Let's make it simple: everything is for the best! #positivemindpositivelife #positives #positively #positivethought #positivechanges #positiveday #positive_vibes #travelfun #travelinspirations #motivationiskey #motivationdaily #motivationmafia #motivationalwords #motivationfitness #motivationnation #motivationalpost #psychologymajor #psychologytoday #psychologystudent #psychologyfact #philosophyoflife #inspirationdaily #inspirationalert #inspirationstyle #inspirationboard #inspirationoftheday #inspirationphoto #inspirationalpost #inspirationsstyle #inspirationforyou
- 12/09/2017#relationships #couples #partnerswww.cagconnect.com Are you ready to talk with your partner to make your relationship a better place? You have been taking notes for quite some time and feel you know exactly what to say. Before you approach your partner to set a “date” to talk I urge you to go over...
- 05/09/2017#relationships #couples #partnersCAG Connect ~ When To Call It Quitswww.cagconnect.com How do we know that it is time to go separate ways in a partnership? Obviously, if it isn’t a partnership anymore, right? Well, it is easy and not easy. There are the clear-cut reasons like abuse,...
- 04/09/2017Discussing the collective mind. Andrew GoldmanCollective mind by Andrew Goldman The easiest way to achieve your goals is together with like minded people. Discussing the collective mind. Andrew...
Comments04/09/2017 #3 Andrew 🐝 Goldman#2 Thank you! @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.04/09/2017 #2 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.this video is very interesting and deserves gold, made by Andrew GOLDman04/09/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.what a delightful video! @Andrew 🐝 Goldman well done
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