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- Producer22/02/2017The 10 Commandments Of Marketing To WomenMost people who know me think of me as an op/ed writer, spouting arguably articulate points of view on things like politics, social media, entertainment and like where I live now.But I am also a professional writer and blogger. This post was one I...
Comments23/02/2017 #55 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsBesides being more likely to refer they are also more likely to broadcast a complaint. Men will give their opinions on a product online but a woman will tell you everything and I mean everything that is wrong with your product. I've noticed this as I do always look for reviews of products and most often men's reviews are not helpful.
Not bad for a man 😆😆😂 Jim!23/02/2017 #53 Jim MurrayApologies to all the beautiful women out there for all the dog eat dog bullshit that has polluted this comment stream. Alpha males. Duh. Anyway, you can agree or disagree with any or all of these characteristics, but understand that I was very careful to source them from articles published only by women. And as my long gone dad used to say..."Differences of opinion are what make horse races."23/02/2017 #48 Lada 🏡 PrkicWell, @Jim Murray, I took your advice and I have read these commandments a couple of times. 😊
I can find myself in most of them. But some of these characteristics can also refer to men, including my husband. We both believe that quantity is not quality, and we trust common sense, rather than authority. My job in project management is based on planning to avoid possible negative outcomes, but sometimes I act less logically outside of work.
I fully agree with 9th commandment, because I am always doing some research about product, and read testimonials and reviews before buying. I think it's the engineering side of me. :)
This is a nice post, and it is sad that is used as a place for a personal showdown between some users.23/02/2017 #46 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#26 Nice post @Jim Murray. I love how @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman broke down a list. I just copied/pasted hers to do my own, thanks Franci!
1. Women Are Focused On Connections: - Yes
2. Women Trust Common Experience - Agreed
3. Women Prefer Win/Win Situations - Sometimes Me: Not at the expense of others or our pocket books
4. Women Plan Ahead To Avoid Negative Outcomes - Sometimes Me: Other times we need it now and no time to plan ahead
5. Women Put More Time And Research Into Their Decisions - Sometimes Me: And sometimes we are too impulsive
6. Women Are More Loyal To Those With Whom They Do Business - Agreed
7. Women Refer More Often Than Men - Agree, maybe because we are larger consumers of products
8. Women Are Much More No-Nonsense Than Men - Agreed - Me: I used to feel the opposite until I began to see the Politics of men in business
9. Women Prefer Stories To Facts - Agreed. I read reviews
10. Women Genuinely Believe That Quantity Is Not Quality - Yes, quality rules
Franci, you and I agreed similarly. I left your words in (sometimes, agree etc..) Jim; "Yea but you're a guy," that gave me a chuckle. Great points Jim!23/02/2017 #41 🐝 Fatima WilliamsThese are fantastic commandments @Jim Murray Thank you for taking the time to point out what women can do. With women being empowered by men like yourself. This world will become an amazing place.
Maybe then the world would be less of a ‘dog eat dog’ place than it is now.#True23/02/2017 #39 Robert Bacal#38 The reason it's necessary to talk about "you", apart from the fact that you made it about you by claiming knowledge of the absolute truth, is that your current level of hostility is so badly messing up your parsing of what's being said, it's clear you aren't understanding what's being said.
WHich is the problem with the holders of absolute truth. You can't converse, you can't learn from them, and they don't listen. I've had better success with Jehovah's Witnesses, Evanagelicals, and other guardians.
Sorry, max, I'm out. I have been supportive of you because I see a lot of positive elements in what you say, a lot of golden nuggets that jive well with my Buddhist thinking. I actually knew what Shamans were/are, having studied that. Now, I think you've forsaken your peace for outright hostility.
As for your invocation of psychology, I spent something like 15 years of formal study in psychology, taught it at university, yada yada yada. So, you know. It's time for me to move on.
Good luck on your future ruling of the universe (I'm joking, but I couldn't help myself. I couldn't waste a good line).23/02/2017 #38 Max🐝 J. Carter#37 I don't play games. And life is not a game and treating it as such is how we inflict harm on each other and then use the excuse of gamesmanship to absolve us of doing harm and inflicting harm. People use the idea of it being a game to allow them to treat each other in inhumane ways and use it as a form of oppression because if you don't their game by their rules you don't count or matter and then it becomes OK in the mind of the game players to use name calling as their approach to assassinate the character of the observer so they can not have to deal with their own guilt.
I am not out of line at all.
To deny that absolute truth exists is a choice and instead of using psychology to tell you why anyone would deny truth I am going to pass.
In this case the truth is that applying gender roles is subjective and not objective and causes harm regardless of intent.
Which I was happy to leave it at my first comment however I will answer when people respond as we have seen.
If we could all stop talking about me and keep it to te issue that would be great.
One can not impose absolute truth it merely is and since all any of you can do is talk about me it shows how true my words are.23/02/2017 #37 Robert Bacal#28 Well, I tried, @Max🐝 J. Carter because I tend to like people who have strong faiths, but you've managed to substitute condemning for the word I used, which was judgment.
So, let me be blunt. Not that you can stop me. Universal truth claims have been made to justify most of the world's worst aggressions, including genocide, oppression, murder, slavery. The certainty of those that are the protectors of absolute truth, and the desire to IMPOSE that absolute truth on others through word and deed are the core causes of violence, physical, spiritual, emotional.
You are WAY out of line on this.
Jim is writing on how to play the "game" of marketing. You are hating the game of marketing. It's two completely different issues. Jim didn't make up the game or the rules, or the cultures in which the game exists.
If I look at the results of stereotyping gender, and I look at the results created by people who "know the absolute truth", I will ALWAYS support the lesser. And in this case...well.
- 23/02/2017I'm new to BeBee and welcome all business connections. I'm an HR consultant working with small to medium businesses. I recently did a two-part series on diversity and ageism in the workplace (see Part II link below). Thinking of ideas for my next blog post. If any subject is of particular interest, let me know. Thanks!The Blog and Musings of Andrea D. Trent – HR Maven At-Largehrbizpartner.net
Comments23/02/2017 #5 Marisa Fonseca DinizGreat article. It is a worldwide tendency to recrimination by age, worse when there are certain outdated concepts in thinking that all professionals above a certain age are lazy or resistant in developing new learning or tasks.
Here in Brazil happens the same problem, that is, until the age of 25 you are too young and inexperienced, after the age of 40 you are considered too old to have good job opportunities.
I have a company and most of my employees are in the age ranges listed in the job market, but contrary to what most HR experts say, I have a very productive team and everyone, both young and old, interact very much good.
- Producer22/02/2017How to do Online Networking?People attend Business Networking events for many reasons. It could be to build rapport, to get your name out there, build your brand or maybe just to put a name to a face.In addition to talking to some people who regularly attend Business...
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- Producer22/02/2017The Road Not Taken: Following In My Father's FootstepsI am a born-and-bred Cheesehead. That's with a capital "C." For those of you internationalists, that means I'm a Green Bay Packer fan from Wisconsin, in the United States. Damn glad to meet you.I have lived in the Badger State (the Wisconsin mascot)...
Comments23/02/2017 #4 Andrew Books#3 I know he would @Cyndi wilkins. Truth be told, we never had the close kind of relationship that I try to have with my kids now. No blame to pass around, just the way it is. I'm okay with that.....and it serves as a foundation for who I am today, bad jokes, warped sense of humor and all. :) Thanks for reading and commenting!23/02/2017 #3 Cyndi wilkinsYou Betcha your father would have been proud @Andrew Books!...You have stepped out of his shadow and grown into yourself...A legacy you will bestow upon your own children;-)
"I wish I had stories like that to tell my kids, but I was too young and really don't remember much from that age, so I rely on my siblings to relive those stories from my father's past."
So you create your own story:
We must learn to express ourselves intelligently, with an approach to life with courage instead of fear...learn that wanting what you want is not enough when sharing a relationship...Value yourself with mutual regard for the other in terms of common concerns, and you travel the path of transformation and recognize the power of individual perspective greatly influences the enigma of reality and its various dimensions and levels.
" I truly wonder if my choices initially might have had more to do with what I had hoped to be a father's pride for his son vs. actually following my own path."
Again I say to you...Your father would have been proud;-)
Much love to you,
- Producer21/02/2017How These 10 Professionals Are Growing Their Personal Brand on beBeeby Katyan Roachtaken from Google Cache / The Huffington Post Your personal brand can simply be seen as the way you present yourself to the world. However, from the moment we connect online, we are asked to wear a variety of different hats.For...
Comments21/02/2017 #16 🐝 Fatima Williams@Katyan Roach Awesome mentions of some super bees here and a real testimony of what beBee is !
"BeBee isn’t here to replace platforms you’ve grown to love, it’s about filling that space where our professional and personal brands collide" Couldn't have said it any better #beBeesforever #beBeelove🤗🐝🤗21/02/2017 #10 David B. GrinbergThanks for another exemplary read, Javier, and thanks for the "shout out" -- which I appreciate. This is a compelling and convincing buzz. I like how you quote the actual users (customers) whose strong testimonials speak volumes about beBee's success in such a short length of time.
Also, as you likely know, beBee has just as many users 2-years after launch (12 million) as did LinkedIn 2-years after it launched over a decade ago. Thus, the doubters are in a for a big surprise because fast-growing startup beBee is already skyrocketing with buzz!
- Producer20/02/2017Personal Branding Examples to Learn FromBe inspired, amazed and dumbfounded by these exceptional examples of personal branding. Create your own noteworthy personal brand by creating a complete showcase of your personal and professional profile at beBee. beBee allows you to create,...
Comments20/02/2017 #10 Sarah Elkins#9 Great point, Jerry, and one which I constantly work with my coaching clients to balance. When the online persona doesn't match up with the in-person, face-to-face persona, trust is eroded. We can no longer separate our personal and professional lives, and I wouldn't want to, so it's best to be intentional with behavior and attitude online and offline!20/02/2017 #9 Jerry FletcherJuan,
In my experience, Personal Brand is the most difficult to explain and even more difficult for which to provide relevant development tips. Examples are extremely helpful. One hallmark I've found in the most successful is consistency between the public and the private persona. Our examples have it.20/02/2017 #5 CityVP 🐝 ManjitThis is the natural home of personal branding, either the larger than life brands of Obama, Bieber, Ronaldo, Perry or the elite of followership where an individuals income is dictated by the size of their followership.
This is current state practice for those that can benefit from personal branding, but it isn't future state because long-term viability includes reputation as a 21st Century vision. Personal branding is not a 21st Century vision, but it is a way of turning viable community into a marketing machine.
Right now in Donald Trump - another example of personal brand there is a right-wing backlash. His arrival is now stoking a left-wing backlash against his brand. In a few years this will transform into a left-wing backlash and where I am sitting in 2020 I want to be sitting in a different place because I am there already, I am just waiting for time to catch up, so I can read this one day and how this reads in the long-view of history is beyond personal brand.
We are living in a past that is profitable and this past as profitable is what Clayton Christensen called "The Innovators Dilemma". Disruptive innovation is not personal branding, and Christensen details all those brands that are now yesterday's news because their management teams focused on doing the right thing and by doing what is clearly the right thing that would not get them fired and keep investors happy, they did not see the disruption. Sometimes we go native in a nice listening bubble.
I will be buzzing about a strong personal brand that is one of our students in our college and so I am not against personal branding, but I know this conversation is not relevant five years from now because the backlash against marketers is one that organizations should not be on the wrong side of or in being fully devoted to this one thing, it will ironically brand this branding.
- 21/02/2017By @Sarah Elkins
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- Producer20/02/2017beBee, an engagement-based communityRemember – relationships matter We can use community engagement processes that help build or strengthen relationships rather than undermine them . Having introductions, working in small groups, having tea and coffee are very basic ways we...
Comments23/02/2017 #31 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand AmbassadorKeep up the great efforts here @Juan Imaz & @Javier beBee. Whatever ethical plane you hold yourself's to, we know that Juan Imaz & Javier are responsible for a team of people called "Bee's", you know that its important to raise the bar even higher as you do by reading & commenting on posts, being involved with media in print & social areas . Your business at beBee.com and its employees(Bee's) are a reflection of yourself Javier & Juan, and if you continue to make honest and ethical behavior a continuing key value, your team of Bee's will follow suit. I am very fortunate to have known both of you & our calls/contacts that we have made through your participation. I enjoy helping you further in any way & am available for both of you 24 x 7. Both of you & any bees here reading my post are welcome guests at any time should your visits take you to Savannah, Georgia. I invite everyone here to come see me for the St Patrick's Day Parade Next month, your first green beer is on me. Thank you & all the Best by Bstankiewicz@portfreshlogistics.com, Office: 1.404.750.3200, post shared with 125,000 business contacts from Bill Stankiewicz, Savannah Supply Chain Guy.23/02/2017 #29 Lada 🏡 PrkicbeBee team created such a cooperative environment that most people respond in a respectful way, building an engagement-based community.
Javier, I also see the good in others and welcome your positive and soothing comments on threads with unpleasant contributors.
I think that on this platform we all have positive intentions, whether people act in good or bad ways. For me, responding to a negative situation in a positive way is the best way. :)23/02/2017 #25 Claire 🐝 CardwellGreat buzz @Javier 🐝 beBee! This sentence really resonated with me :- What sets beBee apart from other networking sites is that it builds business relationships, not just contacts, by connecting people based on their shared interests or hobbies.
Have shared your post on LinkedIn and Twitter.22/02/2017 #24 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand AmbassadorKeep up the great efforts here @Juan Imaz & @Javier 🐝 beBee. Whatever ethical plane you hold yourself's to, we know that Juan Imaz & Javier are responsible for a team of people called "Bee's", you know that its important to raise the bar even higher as you do by reading & commenting on posts, being involved with media in print & social areas . Your business at beBee.com and its employees(Bee's) are a reflection of yourself Javier & Juan, and if you continue to make honest and ethical behavior a continuing key value, your team of Bee's will follow suit. I am very fortunate to have known both of you & our calls/contacts that we have made through your participation. I enjoy helping you further in any way & am available for both of you 24 x 7. Both of you & any bees here reading my post are welcome guests at any time should your visits take you to Savannah, Georgia. I invite everyone here to come see me for the St Patrick's Day Parade Next month, your first green beer is on me. Thank you & all the Best by Bstankiewicz@portfreshlogistics.com, Office: 1.404.750.3200, post shared with 125,000 business contacts from Bill Stankiewicz, Savannah Supply Chain Guy.21/02/2017 #21 Praveen Raj GullepalliThe Medium is the Message - said Marshall McLuhan! I believe beBee is an apt example that quote. A Medium that is also a Message. A loud and clear one. Of INTEGRATED & INCLUSIVE, ONLINE PRESENCE. With its seamless integration of the Personal and Professional brand that every Individual is. It has pioneered a shift from Social Media to Society Media with its predominant characteristics - of Affinity, Accessibility, Association, Acknowledgment and Authenticity.21/02/2017 #20 Lisa 🐝 GallagherVery moving buzz @Javier 🐝 beBee. Couldn't agree more, most of us learn from our mistakes and we will continue to make them. By learning from past mistakes and not repeating them are key to growth. I feel as you do, most people act with good intentions and I honestly try to keep that in mind. I actually try to think of the 'why's' behind a person's possible motives and in the end most times I can conclude, we are all human and no one knows what is going on behind closed doors. It's always my hope that others see the person in me beyond my words, I try to be a fairly open person. I have met so many wonderful people on beBee who would give the shirt off their back to help others and that puts a big smile on my face. What we share in common does lead to deeper relationships. Thanks for this!21/02/2017 #18 Irene 🐝 Rodriguez EscolarFor me, these two paragraphs, are the vital essence. And to say that I am immensely happy because it is a reality.
Once again thanks for this wonderful network, in which respect, regardless of cv or position, we are all bees and we all have something to say and our opinion is valued.21/02/2017 #17 Irene 🐝 Rodriguez Escolar1. beBee gives everybody a voice, regardless of your what is says on your CV or the position you hold. We all have interests and talents, and beBee enables us to demonstrate our expertise.
2. Mistakes teach us to clarify what we really want. Mistakes teach us about ourselves and how to tell our truth. Mistakes teach us to engage in our lives — to live fully. Mistakes allow us to inspire others.21/02/2017 #16 CityVP 🐝 ManjitThe stand out line from the buzz for me is this one :
" We can create processes that promote a cooperative approach to differences rather than processes that encourage argument from entrenched positions."
In the present culture swaying to populism and Andy Warhol 15 minutes of fame, this is one of the central challenges of our time.20/02/2017 #12 Phil FriedmanKudos, @Javier 🐝 beBee, an absolutely first-rate mission summary and manifesto for beBee. Speaking for myself, I'll take Javier over Zuckerberg every day of the week. What this demonstrates, moreover, is that beBee ownership, management, and membership are open to learning, thinking, refining, and evolving as a community. Which, IMO, is reason for great optimism concerning the future of the platform. Cheers to all!
- Producer20/02/2017Social Media TodayThe term social media is usually used to describe social networking sites such as:LinkedIn - 2002LinkedIn is a networking website for the business community that allows users to create professional profiles, post resumes, and communicate with other...
Comments20/02/2017 #20 Robert C. SternWhat's great about all of them, and others that are not on this list, is that they are like a Family. Each social media Platform has its own personality and identity.
So when cross promoting your content you need to take this into mind. Your wording, graphics and CTA might have to be altered before posting on a different site.20/02/2017 #18 Carlos Souza RibeiroEu uso 3 delas fortemente e na bebee eu uso muito o compartilhamento que nas outras como o grande Facebook você não tem esta opção e sim você só pode compartilhar entre as páginas e grupos do próprio facebook. Com isto, eu postando na bebee e levando o assunto para as outras plataformas, você já faz a divulgação da bebee, utilize-a mais vezes!20/02/2017 #9 Luizia PatrícioDas redes apresentadas, utilizo Facebook, para divulgação de meu trabalho em fanpage e para uso pessoal com amigos e familiares. Instagram, divulgação de trabalho. O beBee em minha opinião e a inovação que faltava em termos de redes sociais, estou me inovando profissionalmente e como pessoa cada vez que passo tempo na colmeia vejo o quando sou leiga e o quanto tenho a aprender e esta oportunidade eu tenho através da colmeia, deste que me tornei uma abelha so tenho a agradecer divulgando esta fantástica comeia , quero que muitos tenham a experiência de ser uma abelha !. O beBee investe em seus usuários os colocando em uma uma colmeia, com plataforma individual em cada perfil dando a cada usuário criar seu próprio blogue, interagir, seus hobbies, seus trabalhos, sua empresa, suas buscas, seus conhecimentos, também fazer um marketing pessoal e profissional ampliando seu conhecimento na área que desejar atraves das colmeias, interagindo através do live buzz, contribuindo com informações diversas através dos buzz e muito mais...! Como gostumo dizer as pessoas que apresento o beBee, tudo que você precisar é... se cadastrar e interagir a colmeia tem as abelhas que as nomeio como polinizadoras, compartilham seu mel produzido, interagem. E em termos de métricas mil vezes beBee que todas esta redes apresentadas, eu e três abelhas discultimos isto e vimos que basta usar a rede, esta presente que as abelhas fazem todo o trabalho de polonizar, unidas em expandir a colmeia. Obrigada por nos dar esta oportunidade @Javier, por acreditar em cada abelha #tmj #ilovebeBee20/02/2017 #8 Mike Rana#6 One thing I do now is being more active on Twitter, is if I'm discussing branding or social selling, I will throw in a casual plug for BB.
When I create author blurbs, I have my BB link there. It's on my website, and when I eventually create business cards again, it'll be on there.20/02/2017 #7 Franci🐝Eugenia HoffmanI set up a LI profile in 2011 in order to stay in tune with the Insurance industry, which was my career industry before I retired. I am not a FB fan but my husband is thus our FB account.
I didn't pay much attention to Twitter until I started my WordPress blog. Now, I'm more involved in Twitter because of beBee. I have an Instagram account but rarely use it. I also have a Niume account, which I just started.
beBee is my home base for socializing, learning, and sharing. WordPress is my base for writing - I have 2 blogs on WP, which there is a beBee presence on both. I also am an editor/author for another blogger site via WP. I don't consider WP a social media site, per se. I think of it as a place for bloggers/writers/photographers/artists and those that like to set up their own site and have the ability to be creative.20/02/2017 #2 David B. Grinberg🐝🐝 🌎is my home base for blogging, buzz, personal branding and networking. I also use Twitter and LinkedIn for cross channel marketing and making new connections. Lastly, I also write periodically for Thrive Global, the new publishing platform of Arianna Huffington on Medium. Unfortunately, I'm not pretty enough for Instagram 🤓and not young enough for Snapchat😐. I have never had a personal account on Facebook, but I do use the platform for my day job which has its own handle. Likewise, I am not on Pinterest either.✌️️20/02/2017 #1 Devesh BhattLinkedin. To stay connected and apply for specific projects.
FB, takes too much space and requires too many updates. It is out of my phone till im in a metropolitan. Still no longer use it..but plan to :)
Bebee all the way. One place to do it all.Whatsapp for friends and family.
Just gettin to love twitter
I thought i was agnostic to social media, now i think this is what most people do, professional network and instant messenger. Few on twitter.
Personally, bebee is a better place to start, get the online persona right and then migrate onto Linkedin.
I learn better from conversations than reading when it comes to new things, in this case social media, seeing some good enriching practices here, networking has its lessons in branding, social media, writing and communication. It has improved the way i interact across the board.
Suddenly many of my weaknesses look like strengths :)
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Comments19/02/2017 #1 Jerry FletcherScott,
My clients echo your comments regularly. It all comes down to how people think about networking. Those that approach it from a relational perspective react with horror at the spamming that goes on, which (in my opinion) comes from people that think networking is transactional and can't understand why you object to their approach. Those who really want to connect pay it forward with no expectations of tit for tat rewards.
- Producer15/02/2017The man who turned me on to beBee - Javier Cámara Rica “Maximum affiliation among users who share the same tastes, interests and personal and professional experiences” - Javier Cámara Rica Javier and I first connected on LinkedIn. I kept seeing Javier along with the name "beBee" pop up in the feeds and...
Comments17/02/2017 #20 AnonymousThank you Jeremy Krier for sharing your relevant post as a useful feedback for new bees. The first quality of Bebee is to allow all users to be themselves by providing the freedom to be connected freely with all without qualification lap paid. Disruptive ? No ! Just scaled at a human level to rethink the digital footprint in term of consistency and commitments shared.15/02/2017 #12 Jeremy 🐝 KrierAlso found on LinkedIn, please share with your networks.: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/man-who-turned-me-bebee-javier-c%C3%A1mara-rica-jeremy-krier?trk=mp-author-card15/02/2017 #7 Emilia M. LudovinoYes Jeremy, as my dear @Deb 🐝 Helfrich just said - you really nailed this buzz. @Javier 🐝 beBee and @Juan Imaz are two amazing inspirational entrepreneurs and two leaders with great emotional intelligence skills. We "see" Javier interacting more with the Bees in different social media platforms but we know that Juan is also doing his best to build a great platform for us and for the future Bees. I don't even remember how I came across beBee and this two great gentlemen but since first minute I love it and admire the work they're doing. Thank you for this post. Have a wonderful day!15/02/2017 #5 Deb 🐝 HelfrichYou really nailed this buzz, Jeremy! The fact is that Javier cares about the company he is building so much so, he is invested in spending each day making sure that the bees are content and checking out what is happening in the hives.
The truth is, he is the first customer, a very social guy, who likes to see people connecting and sharing what is important to them. When the co-founders are actively engaged, everyday, and even brand newbees recognize the dedication - well it is a recipe for success.
But it goes much further than that. Because they are committed to taking a lot of people along for this exciting entrepreneurial ride. When customers within a few weeks, start to compare the experience to businesses they've been with for 2 decades - something truly special is going on.
And here is the cherry on top - having fun and being social is built right into the recipe: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@javierbebee/ladies-and-gentlemen-the-bebee-gees15/02/2017 #1 Robin BartonI too was pretty impressed that Javier followed a newcomer like me, and comments on some of my buzzes, as well as shares some of my insights. I think that's really cool-because yes, it never happens online anywhere with the top guy or gal anymore! I often wonder how Javier keeps up with all of us, and I'm not even one of the very active ones! So, I'm glad you brought this up @Jeremy Krier and I would like to say to Javier, THANK YOU!
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- Producer14/02/2017Personal Brand, Personal, Persona: The mask you where for business purposesI have typed that title out in comments on what personal branding is more than few times recently. Here's why.I have read articles that suggest it is a good thing to use a professional name in order to distance who you are in life from your brand. A...
Comments16/02/2017 #22 Max🐝 J. Carter#21 There has been the term Medicine Man and Woman, Taltos, Kahuna, Healer, Priest and a slew of others that have been lumped in one category that these days is called Shaman.
In the oldest of definitions a Shaman is one who would wield influence in the spiritual world for the purpose of soul healing and teaching the people of a community wisdom and how to treat each other in order to keep the other side from screwing with their lives.
As cultures and definitions have blended this has been lost from the origin of the word. Generally speaking depending on the type there are those who enter a trance state to do the job using rituals and plants with psychedelic properties in order to get the job done.
In modern day too much of the focus in my opinion has been placed on the use of psychedelics as the short cut for awakening and moving up the ladder of conscious level awareness as a short cut that too often in my experience becomes a crutch and at times leads to self destructive behavior.
The Shamanic journey itself is learning to master your darkness and never again fear anything that might go bump in the night or anything within yourself by bringing balance to you inner darkness and the light that it gives birth to. Once you do that the things on the other side that would scare most are sacred of you and you tend to creep out those who only know the light and forsake the darkness.16/02/2017 #20 Max🐝 J. Carter#19 It's a term that has been bastardized in the USA to get away with doing drugs and calling it a religious practice.
I don't use psychedelics and never have.
There is no box but the boxes we create for ourselves.
Or to quote the band Delain and their song We are the Others. Normal is just a uniform.16/02/2017 #19 Robert Bacal#18 @Max🐝 J. Carter Glad you weren't offended. I couldn't come up with a better word than "normal" at the time, but I use it with no judgment attached. Just meaning outside the box (ugh) or unconventional, or like that. Most societies and belief systems have included, or still include Shamans. Or the remnants.16/02/2017 #18 Max🐝 J. Carter#17 I reject the idea of normal just as being an individual however I get what you are saying and I am not offended by it at all.
In ancient times a Shaman was a soul healer.
Livin' it true from the core is the authentic life regardless the mask we might wear. Any time we act with a deceptive intent we damage our souls and soul healing is emotional self healing and more of what a Shaman does is guide you through that.
I agree we have many aspects of us that all are true representations of self.
The beauty is we can also grow and evolve and not be trapped in the prison of history.
Everything we do that involves identity is a projection of self based on the words we use after I, me and what we claim as my or mine to define who we are projecting ourselves to be into existence.
We are all infinite. After the words "I am" anything else is merely describing the state of our being in the present moment. It's the image prison of how we see ourselves that we build.16/02/2017 #17 Robert Bacal@Max🐝 J. Carter Max, if one strips away the more arcane aspect of being a shaman, which many reject out of hand, and focus on a few "normal" elements of what you say, it starts to make sense.
"We all wear masks in some form or another throughout our lives. It's the behavioral traits we allow to come forth in one situation versus another."
IS true and accurate in psychological terms. Different parts of ourselves come out in different situations, either intentionally or unintentionally. Behavior is context driven. I talked differently to my boss than my wife, for example. Or to my football buddies compared to people from academe.
In all those situations, I am being authentic. It's all "me".
We DO tend to project images (or in the new jargon, brand characteristics. Different ones at different times. Again, different image projections, different aspects of a brand can all be "true and authentic".
One of these days I have to write about what my view on personal branding and autheticiity means to me.14/02/2017 #14 Don 🐝 KerrNormally I am loathe to comment on such balderdash as those who perpetrate such nonsense and fakery will attempt to find sanctuary in the temple of bullying trolls - witness your comment to @Jim Murray View moreNormally I am loathe to comment on such balderdash as those who perpetrate such nonsense and fakery will attempt to find sanctuary in the temple of bullying trolls - witness your comment to @Jim Murray. If one can equate telling the truth to committing slander then we have truly slipped fully into the embrace of alternative fact. To suggest for a moment that the road to create a relevant and impactful brand - personal or corporate - lies in fakery is absurd in the extreme. To wit - "When forming an online identity that is your personal brand and you put on a mask to show the world this is who you want them to see. That mask is as authentic as the intent behind it." This approach is predicated upon creating a false impression and runs counter to all principles of what it means to create genuinely and emotionally connected brands. If one does not want to be identified with what they're selling - perhaps understandable in some cases - and thereby retain plausible deniability in the vein of 'well you should have known better than to buy what I was selling' then your are creating a brand, a persona and in many regards a person whose foundation is built upon shifting sands. Poppycock. And, to put a final touch on this - before you get all huffy and puffy with whichever persona you choose - I ain't slandering you. I am though calling you out. Close14/02/2017 #12 Jim MurraySo basically you have created a fake persona that you are calling authentic> Do you have any idea how dishonest that sounds to someone who believes that authenticity has nothing to do with personas at all but with real people? Nobody knows who you really are at all, and you're proud of that. Wow. You should be working for the Trump administration, they could really use some fake personas because their real one just aren't working out for them. You don't need to respond to this because, honestly anything you have to say to support the position you take in this post will further this absurdity of it all.14/02/2017 #6 Javier 🐝 beBee"The reason beBee is the tool to use, is that through Publisher you can explore that brand and refine it through blogging. It's a tool for exploring your brand as you go while you are getting constant feedback from the community and how they feel about what you are bringing to the table.
Know your audience and build the right audience. " by @Max🐝 J. Carter
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It really bugs me when people say it's useless in one breath and blame/thank Twitter for Trump in the next
The trick, Max, is to acknowledge that every tweet will get a few retweets. So tweet a lot. A good Twitter engagement is 1.2-2%, which sound low as F*ck. But, 1.2- 2% of what???
2% of a big number is a big number.
And, Javi, Yes, I'm all about the Birds and the Bees (hehe hehe heh) ;-)
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