Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

10/10/2017 · 3 min read · +100 · 13
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The Flow of Life and Leadership

The Flow of Life and Leadership

Photo Credit raramsey.comThe workplace is increasingly becoming an extension of who we are within our social selves. The weaving of personal and professional lives is creating a different need at the leadership level. Mindfulness and emotional...

Tangela Serls

Tangela Serls

I love this analogy. Portraying a leader as a maestro lends an artistic notion to the practice, and considering harmony, efficiency, and success is interesting in other contexts. A leader must orchestrate the success of their business/endeavors, but they cannot control individuals. What they can do, however, is devote time to identifying individual strengths, weaknesses, fears, and goals in order to help them succeed on an individual level, making the entire business (or symphony) a success as a whole.

6/11/2018
Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

My leadership is mostly with my peer group. Children get to close to my heart. My daughter has now taken the lead director position and she has a heart that can compartmentalize many of the events. But even she comes home with a heavy heart in leading children.

The conductor is really what we are when we lead. We are guiding the energies of our teammates to success around the proposed goals.

Thank you for your kind words and the staff here at our firm are an amazing group of teachers and aides who each day face a feedback loop that would make most cringe. Never do they give up.

18/10/2017
Neil Smith

Neil Smith

16/10/2018 · 2 min read · ~10 · 4
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Graham🐝 Edwards

Graham🐝 Edwards

15/10/2018 · 2 min read · ~10
The quirkiness that comes with business travel...

The quirkiness that comes with business travel...

It’s a lot easier to simply say you are going to Boston for a business trip instead of Newton (which is a suburb of Boston) — it’s simply more recognizable and comes will less explanation; although disappointing all around when you clarify. I...

Graham🐝 Edwards

Graham🐝 Edwards

Thanks for the comment Pascal Derrien... you should write the book for sure!!

28/10/2018
Graham🐝 Edwards

Graham🐝 Edwards

Sadly I'm still coughing from the cold I caught Renée 🐝 Cormier... good advice though!!

28/10/2018
Jim Murray

Jim Murray

4/10/2018 · 4 min read · ~10 · 3
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Some Content Creation Insights I Developed While Riding My Bike

Some Content Creation Insights I Developed While Riding My Bike

I have been riding a bike since I was old enough to actually able reach the pedals. The beauty of it is that not only gets you from place to place, it also provides you will a lot of time to do nothing but pedal and think.Most of the insights that I...

Jim Murray

Jim Murray

Yeah. I agree with you. I guess the reason I brought it up in the first place is because the digital marketing industry make their money off process, so they tell you that this 'engagement ' process is a long drawn out affair. Back in the day, when we were doing ads, we could totally engage people with a great headline and lead them right to the water with scintillating copy. It's decidedly a different world now, but I, for one, believe that the same mechanisms are as powerful as they ever were, just being under-used. As my sister pointed out last night while we were watching the Yankees get slaughtered, these ads are all explaining way more than they are selling, All I'm saying it that the selling part of the equation is weak right now, because most of the dweebs who are doing the selling, lack the old fart perspective and balls to the wall attitude that they need to really give people a boner.

9/10/2018
Don 🐝 Kerr

Don 🐝 Kerr

Hey, you old dog Jim Murray. I'm almost as old as you and have been an ink-stained wretch for nigh unto 45 years and I almost agree with you entirely and I have used way too many 'ands' in this sentence and I don't give a squat. Here's the thing: I don't see a real difference between selling and engaging. In fact, you can't sell a damn thing without engaging with your prospective buyer. Further, in order to engage with someone (which I think you will admit is part of the selling process) at an emotional level, your likelihood of success is low - unless you're selling a life jacket to a drowning person. What much of the content out there right now fails to do is create a call to action. Perhaps it's considered too rude to actually ask for your reader to do something BUT if you've engaged them at an emotional level it ain't gonna be rude to suggest they might want to consider buying your product, making contact, asking a question, subscribing to a list, commenting on a blog. Anyway, I'd be interested in your perspective. You can reach me on the usual channels and I look forward to hearing from you. Your old-fart pal on the north side of the lake!

8/10/2018
Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

2/10/2018 · 3 min read · ~10 · 7
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Self-Rising

Self-Rising

The seed idea of this buzz popped as my eyes fell upon a quote by Aldous Huxley. The quote reads as follows (image below). So, between the opposites there are the doors of perception. In between self-contempt and self-inflation there is...

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Yes, it is an uphill walk and it takes your endurance to continue with the journey

7/10/2018
Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

The word comparing is the word i hone in on. Comparing to what? Can i develop in any good way a list of things that i then hold you accountable? Does my list supersede your list.

Yes it is the comparison where humanity breaks down. We should be complimentary and not competitive between lists.

In order to do so we have to see the human seperate from the act. If i am to be defined by my act then who is in charge of this judgment? In seeking the good in others, regardless of the act, i can choose not to engage because i cant find the good from where i am, all the way to engaging fully with empathy towards the axioms that drove the act.

I do believe that humanity has gathered an intellect that we can ask ourselves in settings the question of competitive or complementary.

But this is my sometimes seen as hopeless belief in mankind’s ability to have free will. Also an argument that i merely engage with all those who in history have battled this thought. Many greater minds than my own.

7/10/2018
Neil Smith

Neil Smith

2/9/2018 · 4 min read · ~10 · 1
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Don Philpott☘️

Don Philpott☘️

2/9/2018 · 4 min read · ~10
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Working with Wordpress ...Folly to be Wise.

Working with Wordpress ...Folly to be Wise.

Daniel Kahneman won a a Nobel prize for his work in heuristics. He is the most widely cited author in the field of behavioural psychology. Let me start by examining your biases. You assume I'm selling you something. "And you're not easy to...

Neil Smith

Neil Smith

Thank you Don Philpott☘️.

4/9/2018
Don Philpott☘️

Don Philpott☘️

Hi Neil Smith, in order of simplicity, Wix is the easiest to produce a clean looking website fast. It is complete drag and drop...but you will have to buy G suite access and (no free email) the more extensibile options with some of the others; weebly, squarespace or wordpress will not be available. That said, as an "utter newbie,"Wix stands as probably the best one to cut your teeth on. You can still run e-commerce from it and play with it for free, just to get a handle on things and how it operates. Wishing success!

4/9/2018

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