- Producer24/03/2017Benefits and dangers for children using social networksChildren in the digital age is a topic of huge importance and must be discussed. We teach our future generation, so let’s educate ourselves so that we can teach our youth. Today the average age for wanting and having a social profile keeps...
Comments24/03/2017 #7 AnonymousThank you @Juan Imaz for sharing one of the most important topics, not "trendy" but more as the trend for the next decade, with the increasing number of smartphone users.
Well done !
At all steps, children need guidelines, and more so in this digital age very competitive. Lowering the stress level digitally will help them focus on more important tasks in their daily life.24/03/2017 #4 Ana María Fernández Soriano@Rafael García Romano and I were just talking about this topic during the coffee break today. At 10 they are too young to have their own presence in a social network and, on the other hand, they are 'big enough' to be accompanied by their parents in the path of learning how to use it. This was the advice I received in a talk by an expert in solving conflicts and problems with teenagers. This expert said that it was much better to teach children on social networks at 10 than to wait until they are 14, because they will not follow their parents' advice at this age and they will be taking their own decisions about what to share.
- Producer19/01/2017Being Proud!In life I have been taught from my parents to be confident, but not cocky. I was also taught when it comes to influencing others and being a leader it's important to be a proud leader. Proud leaders express excitement for others' accomplishments,...
Comments22/01/2017 #8 Paul "Pablo" CroubalianI think the biggest lesson I learned from my parents is that a mistake is only a mistake when it's repeated.
I like to do my own thing. I do not seek to lead. I had a mentor who said (and I don't know if his statement was original or "borrowed"), "If you think you're leading, but no one is following. . . Then you're just taking a walk"22/01/2017 #7 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand AmbassadorGreat post here & words to live by @Kevin Pellon and I agree with @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.: " parents and mentors: be genuine, be good, follow your heart, be yourself and nothing is impossible " Like JAvier added be proud & follow your dreams, anything is possible.
Be kind, help someone today.
www.savannahsupplychain.com22/01/2017 #6 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#4 parents and mentors: be genuine, be good, follow your heart, be yourself and nothing is impossible20/01/2017 #1 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.touching recognition, yes, our parents offered us treasures.
- Producer08/05/2016Remembering Mom - Three Lessons In LifeSome things you don't understand until their gone.Five years ago I lost my mother. It was a frigid Massachusetts February morning and the snow was nearly as deep as I am tall. February 7th, 2011. My father wanted to wait for a beautiful Spring day...
Comments08/05/2016 #6 Qamar Ali KhanParents are the most valuable divine gift! A mother is the most loving human being in one's life. Exploring and finding the depth of mother's love is not possible. We must take care of our parents, as it's a divine nature. Our every day and night, and our every moment must be devoted to our parents. I personally don't believe in Mothers Day. Every day is my mother's day. Great post @Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador! Feeling deep sorrow about your loss, irrecoverable. The best thing is to take steps to fulfill the dreams they wanted but couldn't. I'm sure you're a role model father for your kids as well.08/05/2016 #1 Javier 🐝 beBeeHi @Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador , nice thoughts. I think we usually see them as Heroes ( because they are, they gave me the opportunity to study and getting ready for life ) and we think they didn't enjoy enough , but I also think next generation will think exactly the same !
- 13/04/2016If you have kids going to college soon, you will appreciate this post.
/The 8 Things a Seasoned Dad Wishes He Could Tell Every Kid in College -goodmenproject.com Matt Sweetwood has been to college. He has had kids in college. He has taken years of experience and compiled a list for your kids. Listen...
- 21/02/2016Working moms have more successful daughters and more caring sons, Harvard Business School study saysqz.com Working mother's guilt may be real, but increasingly it's being proven...