- Producer21/09/2017Transformational Mindfulness Stress Reduction - A very special offerRegular readers will know that my wife, Kate Kerr, is a highly-respected Mindfulness consultant. She recently posted the following on her FB company page and because I am such an enthusiastic supporter of both her and the benefits of mindfulness I...
- Producer21/09/2017In Diversity We TrustMonths ago I wrote half an article that was meant to be bundled along side another half. Myself and another blogger had in mind to produce a long form post together. For various reasons it did not happen and it did not help that I had also lost the...
Comments21/09/2017 #17 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBeeGreat piece, @Pascal Derrien. But you are fighting the Human Condition. I sat with someone yesterday--trying to explain the unimaginable--that Humans are a predatory species and prey on their own kind. Perhaps if we get down to those basics, we will overcome nature-ingrained instincts.21/09/2017 #14 Pascal Derrien#13 thanks @Don 🐝 Kerr Ireland has a lot catch up to do, for example there is one Muslim teacher in Ireland today , that's not reflecting really the composition of the pupils in our Irish classrooms. The old generation is completely out of their depth when it comes to the new society parameters and have huge difficulty to accept that the Irish identity is evolving at a very quick pace21/09/2017 #13 Don 🐝 KerrPart 2: @Pascal Derrien @Jim Murray It was my great fortune to spend a considerable amount of time over several years in your adopted country - both the Republic and the north. I recall on my first visit to Dublin just about 15 years ago, noting the virtual absence of people of colour. I remarked to my companion that we had seen exactly one black person and that just happened to be the disgraced Canadian Olympic sprinter Ben Johnson. I also recall having a remarkable conversation with an old chap at a pub in County May who asked if we Canadians ate and gathered with 'them black fellas'. Unfortunately, to echo Jim, this lack of tolerance is a learned behaviour. My kids have friends who are Asian, Chinese, African, Lebanese, Saudi, and Australian(!). They have friends with two daddies and others with two mommies. They have no comprehension of why that is somehow anything but normal. My wife and I strive to keep that attitude alive.21/09/2017 #12 Don 🐝 KerrPart 1: @Pascal Derrien With the caveat that people who live in glass houses should undress in the dark, I'll weigh in on this as a corollary to @Jim Murray's astute comments. Canada has, with certain caveats, especially with regard to our treatment of indigenous peoples, a deserved reputation for tolerance and diversity. However, it was only about 10 years ago that controversy in our country revolved around a passionate debate about whether Sikh members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police should be allowed to wear turbans. Now, a turban-wearing Sikh is running for nomination as the leader of one of the federal political parties. It was only a couple of years ago that a debate raged in Quebec about the right for women to wear the hijab and appear in court with their faces covered. That one has yet to come to a total resolution. Our federal Conservative party has elected a leader who has some worrying tones that replicate the mad ravings of the alt-right movement. We are not immune to the same vicissitudes that surround racial profiling by our police with carding still an unresolved issue in many of our major metropolitan centers.21/09/2017 #11 Pascal Derrien#10 thanks @Jim Murray for dropping by, world is not perfect and we are not perfect either as a specie Ireland has a gone thru a massive learning curve from an inward migration perspective now you would think of all countries and with a long tradition of emigration they would adapt quicker but no it takes ages to reverse a narrative of victimhood into a modern and innovative thinking of openness.21/09/2017 #10 Jim MurrayIt's interesting to read this about your adopted country, Pascal. In Canada, we have a PM who believes that diversity is one of our strengths, as do I. And we probably have one of the world's better batting averages in that regard. But every society and country has its warts. And though it's not anywhere near as institutionalized as it is in the US, racism and tribalism does exist here to a limited extent. For the life of me I cannot figure out where this comes from. We certainly aren't born that way so it has to be something that is taught. Well I never took the courses or got the memos, and grew up (and older) believing that the human race was the only race, and that all you had to do was look around and see that while people may look a little different or have different skin pigmentation, there are achievers and slackers all over the place. To me it's an absurdity, and something I have never been able to understand. But then again. I'm a white guy living in a predominantly white country that goes out of it's way not to be like the US. So what do I know? Good post.21/09/2017 #7 Ken BoddieInteresting take on diversity, Pascal, which stimulates my fog of a memory and brings me back to my uni days, when I read the evolutionary works of Desmond Morris. The concept, if my memory serves me, is that we have not advanced, socially, beyond our primate forefathers in the cave; and therefore we are still subliminally bound to seek out groups of 6 to 8 based on affinity (whether real of perceived) rather than diversity, as a consequence of our bonding capabilities being ineffective beyond these cave-sized groups. While, theoretically, we may state that we abhor lack of diversity, lest we are labelled as politically incorrect, we need to be aware that we survived in our primate past based on affinity and a healthy cautious suspicion of diversity. By all means let's embrace diversity, and encourage its development, but let's be aware that, every now and then, our 'Naked Ape' past surfaces to mess with our best endeavours.21/09/2017 #5 AnonymousThank you @Pascal Derrien for sharing your excellent post so sensitive. Maybe, the Cultural Evolution Society places diversity issues in the foreground of its structure and by-laws,steered by the science and public policy recommendations should be stronger. If none is the same, we have to think, all of us are living in a very scaled world, excepted in our mind to react about it in its context.21/09/2017 #2 Zacharias 🐝 VoulgarisPerhaps the problem is not diversity, but lack of tolerance. In every society there is some degree of diversity and it's usually fine. When people in that society cannot handle the diversity because of whatever reason, then it becomes a problem. I believe that many of the world's issues can be resolved if we learn to get along with each other better...21/09/2017 #1 Devesh 🐝 BhattFirst we gamed our own identity. Now we game diversity.
Ultimately it is not what works best but what is mutually acceptable.
The unjustified choice is accepted by all in the name of fairness and justice.
Is diversity the critical requirement or a safeguard? The priorities must be set right.
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- Producer30/08/2017Managing Your Mind Through Facilitated NeuroplasticityWhen you think back to Napoleon Hill, William James, Dale Carnegie and, in more recent times, Zig Ziglar, Wes Brown, Jim Rohn, and Tony Robbins; What were (and are) they trying to do? Robbins consistently speaks of changing your "State", the way you...
Comments02/09/2017 #5 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee"Another misconception about the brain is that you only use pieces and parts of it at any given time and that it's silent when you'r doing nothing". Sometimes I wonder my friend @Edward Lewellen how wa lead ourselves astray with misconceptions sometimes. Our brains receive info from our senses. Our senses are in perpetual motion and so keeping our minds busy. It is equally interesting that our brains keep changing as well (neuroplasticity).
This is a wonderful buzz and I am sure as nore discoveries are made, new facts shall appear.
You wrote that you are the author of the book "Life Mastery: The Fully Functional Life"! Is it published? I can tell your readers this is a book to rad. I have had access to its draft and the book is for us all.02/09/2017 #4 Cyndi wilkins"It takes practice to empower a person to make significant change in the way their mind and brain work."
For that it an absolute truth @Edward Lewellen ...It is not a 'one and done' kind of thing like learning to ride a bike ...it is an ongoing process of daily practice...like fine tuning an instrument...and that instrument is your own consciousness...the more you practice, the clearer your frequency becomes...you are then open to all possibilities;-) In my energetic circles we call that 'channeling.'30/08/2017 #1 Preston 🐝 Vander VenGreat Buzz. I love your methods of Meditation, Mindfulness, and Visualization. Yet for me to use these, I either need to read something or listen to something new or inspirational, write in my journal to get all the thoughts out of my head, or relax outside somewhere I call just hear the sound of nature. These three environments help me use the methods you describe above. Afterwards, I usually have more energy than drinking 2 or 3 energy drinks. It may not be physical. Yet, it is a emotional and spiritual boost that can get me over any temporary physical hump I may have that day. The human brain is amazing.
- Producer28/08/2017How often do you reflect and remember?A few weeks ago Kate, many of our breast cancer community and I lost a remarkable person and friend Catherine Brunelle.Since her death Kate and I have thought of her every day. There is no morbidity in our memories and daily reflection. There is...
Comments29/08/2017 #5 Jerry FletcherDon, you reminded me of this wonderful poem by Lord Byron:
She Walks in Beauty
She walks in beauty, like the night
Of cloudless climes and starry skies;
And all that's best of dark and bright
Meet in her aspect and her eyes:
Thus mellow'd to that tender light
Which heaven to gaudy day denies.
One shade the more, one ray the less,
Had half impaired the nameless grace
Which waves in every raven tress,
Or softly lightens o'er her face;
Where thoughts serenely sweet express
How pure, how dear their dwelling-place.
And on that cheek, and o'er that brow,
So soft, so calm, yet eloquent,
The smiles that win, the tints that glow,
But tell of days in goodness spent,
A mind at peace with all below,
A heart whose love is innocent!29/08/2017 #4 Bette ForesterAs always, Don, you plumb the depths of being a loving human being. Thank you. I challenge your idea of win/lose, however. Death, however grotesque and premature, is just death. Grace in all your poignant definitions lies in each moment... in each day. It is in that fullness and courage of being which is the win. You and Kate are proof of that. And your children, too. Catherine still is proof of that. She didn't lose... she won even as you morn... your loss, not hers. I am sad for your loss and I rejoice in your memories of her grace.
- Producer22/08/2017Now is PowerfulThe eternal present is the space within which your whole life unfolds. Life is NOW. There was never a time when your life wasn’t RIGHT NOW, and only YOU can chose to have the focus of your consciousness in the present rather than in the past or the...
- Producer16/08/2017How to Beat Back Your FearFear is incessant; it makes us lazy, robbing us of many different assets. One of the things I do is help people overcome their fears and get on with their lives. EXCEPT, I can't use those words or phrases. Instead, I use phrases like, I can help...
Comments23/08/2017 #26 Phil Friedman#25 Oh Ms. @Charlene Norman, I understand, believe me I do.
What concerns me about the use of terms that express unrestrained optimism is that it can lead to genuinely damaging some people. Consider the expression, "You can do anything you set your mind to do."
The fact is you can't. I have a younger cousin who once set her mind on flying. Put on a superman cape and jumped off the top of a staircase into mid air. Luckily she was very young at the time, the stairs and the floor were heavily padded and carpeted, and she suffered only minor injuries. But the incident illustrates the importance of understanding reality and not being either overly fearful and time OR being overly and unrealistically optimistic.
Again, this is as important in business as it is in life in general: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@friedman-phil/avoid-the-pitfall-of-excessive-positivity23/08/2017 #25 Charlene Norman#24 Oh Mr. @Phil Friedman.
How I miss the days of being black and white. While I agree with the concept of developing the ability to assess what one needs to be afraid of and what one does not need to be afraid of, I have found many folks don't share that opinion. And I have given up (in most cases) trying to change minds because frankly, it is just a waste of my energy. Instead, I start from where they begin and try to nudge them forward.
No, I am not always successful with this approach but surprisingly, even to me, it is more effective than trying to convince them of the errors in their thinking patterns. Besides, I find when it comes to matters of the brain, I am generally wrong in the words I choose. Not in the ideas or thoughts. Just the words I choose. And that is a very humbling lesson.22/08/2017 #24 Phil Friedman@Charlene Norman, not to put too fine a point on it, I believe that Lance is off-base when he says, "F.E.A.R. is an illusion. Something we fabricate in our own minds and pretend is real."
Fear is often real, even when the "object" of that fear is very often not. But to deny reality to peoples' emotions is akin to taking drugs. What is necessary is to develop the ability the assess what one needs to be afraid of and what one doesn't. And that is just as true in business as it is in life in general. Cheers!22/08/2017 #19 Charlene Norman#18 Thank you for the share and thank you for the additions @Don 🐝 Kerr. I find them all fascinating and very true. I will use them when next I teach. Although to be fair, I prefer to stick to the really practical stuff that I can beat in with a 2 by 4. Much easier that way. LOL22/08/2017 #18 Don 🐝 Kerr@Charlene Norman There's a couple of really valuable lessons that we learn in mindfulness meditation that are relevant here. The first is this: thoughts are not facts. Too often we allow ourselves to ruminate on thoughts that have very little to do with the reality of our situation. We allow past failures to fester or over-inflate past achievements and wonder why we're not achieving the same results today. Or we spend useless moments allowing thoughts to cloud our vision of the future or indulge in ridiculous, unattainable fantasies that our brains try to trick us into believing. Focusing on the present moment allows us to clear our minds and address things which we really can manage. The second is this: Jon Kabat-Zinn wrote "You can't tame the waves but you can learn to surf." His meaning here is that avoiding (because we're fearful?) adversity in our lives we get swept away. Turning toward adversity, recognizing our fears as factual is the only way to effectively put them in hand, examine them and address them with relevant action. We also refer to this as employing C.O.A.L. Confront fear with Curiosity. Be Open to what the reality is. Accept that they are present. Come to Love what they represent. Will share. Well done.22/08/2017 #14 Charlene Norman#12 WOW! @Lance 🐝 Scoular How brave to do a Live feed on such a raw experience. I was riding shotgun with you on the entire emotional roller coaster. Thank you. I have a few sayings ... 'everything is temporary -- the good, the bad and the ugly' "it is never as bad as it seems' 'we always have options' 'we never know how inspiring we are to others'. I think each and every one of those sayings applies to your very important lessons that you are trying to teach here. (I can't speak about the teachings of the live buzz feed. LOL) And it is soo true, the biggest fear we have is when we are gobsmacked with real life and death stuff or something important we can't solve with our loved ones. And then our whole perspective changes. And changes dramatically.
My moment of reckoning came in Feb 2015 when I faced near death and two strokes felled me. I was scared silly I would never be the main breadwinner again, would never be the smart and sassy person my husband married, and would instead just be a vegetative lump. The power of the brain is truly remarkable. We all have the power to outstanding. A bit of hard freaking work, a positive can do attitude and the sky is the limit for pretty much anything. Today I say everyone needs a good jolt of fear to face down. At least once. People think I am crazy. Nope. Not at all.
And it was wonderful to hear your accent too. It has been ages since I heard a good Aussie accent. The perfect way to start my morning. Thanks Lance.
- 13/08/2017This lady is awesome!How Spirituality Clarifies Your Successful Career Directionnicolagrace.com
- 13/08/2017Relaxing music - Sacred Chants of Shiva (full album) - Yoga meditation - Om Namah Shivaya Learn English on Skype - http://www.studyenglishskype.com/ Sacred Chants of Shiva. From the Banks of the Ganges. 2003 Artist: Urmila Devi...
- 13/08/2017#receiving #courage #love #acceptanceCourage in receivingwww.linkedin.com In a nondescript neighborhood in Washington D.C., where street crime was higher than school enrollment and young adolescents were more found...
- Producer12/08/2017Have a Great weekend .... The Power of Nothing .... For this weekend we have a great principle to share with you you can use at all times.Focus & EnergyAs we propagate and cascade that anything YOU WANT, is bound by Focus & Energy, this principle is applying to many things as well. Since with...
- 10/08/2017@Aaron 🐝 Skogen just shared a lovely piece of music with me and it caused me to recall this wonderful song by my good friend Cosima Grunsky. She's a fellow parent of two young boys at my kids' school and a genuinely sweet, loving person. She also mentions my wife Kate in this tune! Thought you all might enjoy her perspective on finding grace in a sometimes crazy world and enjoying the present moment.New Found Grace Cosima A new song from Cosima's new CD: Grace Notes...
- Producer09/08/2017Mindfulness Changes Your Brain... Literally!Mindfulness is a pretty big buzz word these days. And before you dismiss it as new-age hype, there is scientific research and neural imaging studies to back it up. Mindfulness doesn’t just change your mindset; it literally alters your brain. ...
Comments10/08/2017 #4 Puneet SrivastavaThe truth of the pudding,
is in discovering its taste.
Plus the feeling called 'yum'
can't be captured
in the charts, reports & statistics
put together in the world.
For that can be read
only on the face of the one
who just had a bite into the 'yum'.
Same is this stuff,
which you call Mindfulness.
Gud day & Gud wishes. :)10/08/2017 #2 David B. GrinbergThanks for sharing the interesting info and insights, Melissa. I'm sharing this on three hives. I think our friend and neurology expert, Dr. @Ian Weinberg, may also have some thoughts about the relationship between mindfulness and neuroscience. What say you, Dr. Weinberg?
- 07/08/2017We have shared another Great Universal Principle today. All about Abundance. How it works, how to let it become part of your life and how to start the Cheap Challenge. Want to get it? Just email us at Power@numoquest.nl . It;'s commercial free, no hassle, no afters ales. Njoy®! :O) René C.
- 02/08/2017Come and get it for free.... Changing habits. It' isn't that hard or difficult, it's a Choice. Your Choice. What happens if you change a habit? Just grab a read and you know. Free of charge, free of choice. . Power@numoquest.nl
- Producer02/08/2017Are good story tellers happier in life and business.....continuedI recently wrote a post: “Are good story tellers happier in life and business“? I received an overwhelming response to it, so, with this in mind I decided to continue the subject in this blog.When we look at the constant and repetitive process of...
Comments04/08/2017 #14 Lisa Vanderburg#13 Thanks @Geoff Hudson-Searle! Sorry - should have mentioned I had read your blog post at the same time as this; that too was excellent. Like you, I'm a great believer in the power of story-telling. It is an art and by far the best way to communicate! Love to be tagged on your next post/buzz!03/08/2017 #13 Geoff Hudson-Searle#11 Hi @Lisa Vanderburg, great to hear from you loved your thoughts, I did write an earlier blog called 'Are good story tellers happier in life and business' I felt the subject was worthy of a further explanation and funny enough I have an interesting theme for a new blog that is due for release on October 16th, now that would be great to have your prospective and thoughts. What a storyteller says must be consistent in their heart and mind and truth to the audience, mindfulness is really important in how one delivers the story, a final thought: stories do grab us. They take us in, transport us, and allow us to live vicariously and visually through another’s experience. As I’ve said often in my work around presence, shared stories accelerate interpersonal connection. Learning to tell stories to capture, direct and sustain the attention of others is a key leadership skill. Storytelling also greatly helps anyone speaking or presenting in front of an audience.03/08/2017 #12 Geoff Hudson-Searle#10 Hi Jerry, @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. was correcting me over the day and she was so right, I needed more coffee on Wednesday, however, Tuesday could also be the new Wednesday :-) what exactly is time? According to Wikipedia, Time is the indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future. Time is a component quantity of various measurements used to sequence events, to compare the duration of events or the intervals between them, and to quantify rates of change of quantities in material reality or in the conscious experience. Time is often referred to as the fourth dimension, along with the three spatial dimensions. So whether you are in the upper left hand side of the US, Midwest, New York, Europe or London, time to me is a metaphor for moments, experiences and of coarse mindfulness :-)03/08/2017 #11 Lisa VanderburgThis is my first experience of your story-telling @Geoff Hudson-Searle, and it is GOOD! Although I have never been part of the corporate world, I have given presented talks to some corporations. I observe the essence of what you know: Story-telling is wholesome and energizing; even if it's not particularly an 'up' subject, it can be enlivening, encouraging and should always be entertaining!
I am personally a little wary of Mindfulness (happy to expand on that if you want), but I have no doubt to its power in those 'willing to receive'! I have seen thousands-strong corporations embrace this philosophy and become all the stronger and better bonded for it. So Mindefulness may well be the epiphany we collectively need, and that boils down to a good story!03/08/2017 #10 Jerry FletcherI'm reading this on Thursday here in the v upper left corner of the USA. The day/date doesn't change a well wrought excursion into what makes writers a little closer to the earth. I believe that as we live through, structure and organize experiences we may be slightly better attuned to all of our senses and the emotions they evoke with a dollop of synesthesia thrown in. If you want to call that mindfulness, okay.02/08/2017 #9 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#8 well I join you for that, thank you, happy coffee moments and more!02/08/2017 #7 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#6 well, I thought it was officially Wednesday ;-) but thank you @Geoff Hudson-Searle, in that case the week will be longer and has more room for more beautiful posts here on beBee02/08/2017 #4 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.bees that bring happiness to beBee02/08/2017 #3 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.of course they are ;-), as they give, and giving is always receiving. You made bees happy with your post, and it will certainly reflect to you in bitcoins for happiness.02/08/2017 #2 Geoff Hudson-Searle#1 Thank you Numo, great comments and no surprise I am totally in agreement to your thoughtfulness on mindfulness, there is a quote by Thich Nhat Hanh that really resonates with me too “People usually consider walking on water or in thin air a miracle. But I think the real miracle is not to walk either on water or in thin air, but to walk on earth. Every day we are engaged in a miracle which we don't even recognize: a blue sky, white clouds, green leaves, the black, curious eyes of a child—our own two eyes. All is a miracle.”02/08/2017 #1 Numo QuestThough the approach is most interesting, I like to leave the commerce out of it. Since the focus of Mindfulness as we experience, is free of all. Free of judging, free of feeling 'pressed' to judge, or to opinion or stand because of what commerce is want us to. Mindfulness is the joy and pleasure of nothing and all for any person in difference globally. Mindfulness is like floating on your back in the Ligurian sea looking sole to the blue sky and think nothing. Mindfulness is your focus, strive, journey to fullness, regardless what that fullness for anyone is. Just out 3cts in this great publish.
- Producer01/08/2017Questioning the Questioner: Sara Jocobovici Takes Her TurnThe lovely Sara Jacobovici has taken to interviewing fellow bees and posting her Q & A series so that we may all know each other better. After Sara interviewed me, it occurred to me that Sara should also be interviewed. I have taken the...
Comments03/08/2017 #45 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsThis is such a wonderful interview and a bonus to what we already know and learn from Sara. Her mind and thoughts are that a beautiful bee that buzzes around leaving pollen and honey on the way. Pollen helps generates more honey and the honey enriches our minds in creative ways. We have both shared our love for Victor Frankl and I knew the answer to that question.
Your journey on self discovery is inspiring and I thank you for sharing it with us. Keep inspiring the world and stay awesome always #beBeelove
Thanks Renee for the awesome interview.03/08/2017 #41 Tausif MundrawalaI kept on hold to watch this wonderful video and believe me I became a bigger fan of yours, @Sara Jacobovici The pain of losing the closest family member in fact my own progenitor was devastating. I wanted to forget myself so that I could forget her but my entire family would have been in ruins with this drastic step of mine. You have always been a great support whenever I needed as you have asked about her well being. God bless you always.03/08/2017 #35 Aaron 🐝 SkogenWhat an outstanding interview @Renée 🐝 Cormier! I love that you flipped the equation and put @Sara Jacobovici in the spotlight. And Sara, its so great to learn just a bit more about you. We have something in common, and its a bit funny. Just the other day a friend on LI posted about "what-if" careers. My response was twofold. First, I've always wanted to build canoes (Which I know my friend @Don 🐝 Kerr, would understand) and I WILL do that ("I'm working on my first pair of snowshoes to learn how to form wood strips), the second (and funny thing), was that if I had it to do over again I might have pursued the Ethnomusicologist path as well. I think that would be a seriously COOL job! Back in the day when I was just deciding on my degree path, I didn't even know such a career existed. It wasn't until I was about 30 that I ran into a museum curator who was. . .02/08/2017 #33 Tausif MundrawalaThank you so much, @Renée 🐝 Cormier for this interview. It was absolutely necessary to know the person who took pain to introduce many of our bees to us. The bees to whom I know but got to know them more closely just because of this interview. You are a jewel in this crown of beBee, @Sara Jacobovici
- 01/08/2017Last night was my son Gabriel's last game of the 2017 season. The Giants won only two games all year but they finished out the season with a hammering of the #1-ranked Expos with a score of 21-7. It was delightful to see the unbridled joy the kids displayed but equally impressive (if not more) was the determination, dedication and stalwart belief these 9 - 11 year old boys and girls maintained throughout the entire experience. There's a good lesson for grown ups here - it's about the playing and participating fully and not about the winning. I'm gonna miss these evenings at the ballpark being inspired by these kids and their amazing, dedicated coaches.
- 31/07/2017So you read all these one liners, all those books of how they became successful. So you have attended the many seminars of motivation speakers, bought all stuff of the secret or law of attraction. Did it brought you any further? Exactly, here's why not.... You forgot to Focus .... then to ACT! firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments05/08/2017 #1 Numo QuestTo achieve anything? All you do is paint that picture, Focus only to that. Then... 'ACT!' Many people forget to ACT! in accordance with their objectives set. It opens doors and opportunity. http://numoquest.nl/ACT.pdf View moreTo achieve anything? All you do is paint that picture, Focus only to that. Then... 'ACT!' Many people forget to ACT! in accordance with their objectives set. It opens doors and opportunity. http://numoquest.nl/ACT.pdf Just try it! René C. 2017 Power@numoquest.nl Close
- 30/07/2017Many are so afraid for .... anything. They haven't been told that if you put energy in 'what ever', that it grows. If you start to neglect and ignore fear, it finally will go and disappear. The only you have to do is focus on something else and occupy yourself with just that. #Fascinating http://www.numoquest.nl/Fascinating.pdf
- Producer26/07/2017True Talent seldon recognized ....Let me first start here to pay my Respect to all individuals and professionals having keen eye for True Talent, you are belonging to the Remarkable upper 4% and 1% league of your game.War for TalentA phrase running globally around .... meaning...
- Producer24/07/2017It's free and it's more than you think .....SummertimeAs I am accustom to, being half Italian, the privilege to go to Liguria Italia. In Laiguelia, near Albenga, time has stand still. That is, Italian style. Everything is there, if you know how and where to look...In the midst of all kinds...
Comments25/07/2017 #3 Numo Quest#2 I know it's universal and very happy to read your reflection how the universal principle is working anywhere. In most instances they don't mind the understandable imperfection yet treasure the effort you make. From my humble experience I manage to make every stay, anywhere, this way an unforgettable experience. Great to read you share the same. :O)25/07/2017 #2 Jerry FletcherNumo,
Your advice works around the world...at least where I have visited. Any attempt in the language of the country one visits will bring out the love. And, it works at home as well. I became a favored customer by simply saying thank you in Korean. My coffee is served European style because I said "Bonjour" to the owner.
The mother tongue is a shortcut to the heart.
Mindfulness is the practice of bringing one's attention to the internal and external experiences occurring in the present moment, which can be developed through the practice of meditation. The term "mindfulness" is a translation of the Pali-term sati, which is a significant element of some Buddhist traditions.