Christoph Spiessens

Christoph Spiessens

3/7/2019 · 4 min read · ~10
Wimbledon and the ‘Law of Attraction’

Wimbledon and the ‘Law of Attraction’

Excerpt taken from my book, "Life of a Lifetime" (Business Expert Press, NY)“How Can I Finally Make This ‘Law of Attraction’ I Keep Hearing About Work for Me?”By taking a step back. If you feel the Law of Attraction isn’t working for you,...

Christoph Spiessens

Christoph Spiessens

5/3/2019 · 1 min read · ~10
Ikigai Coaching for  Spiritually Curious Businessmen

Ikigai Coaching for Spiritually Curious Businessmen

Self-actualisation beyond Career Success10 Themes. Infinite Expansion.My Ikigai coaching programme is a confidential, safe, and encouraging journey for male executives committed to exploring the unconditioned soul-version of themselves.Across 10...

Edward Lewellen

Edward Lewellen

19/2/2019 · 2 min read · ~10 · 1
To Women in Leadership and 3 more
When You Change, Your World Changes

When You Change, Your World Changes

The most recent graduate from my 30-day program is a CEO of a Financial Services company.  He was feeling overly stressed and anxious because of money, his teenage kids, and all the things that go with divorce.  His company is doing well,...

Edward Lewellen

Edward Lewellen

Thank you for your comment, dear friend! I haven't been very active on beBee as of late. Many good things are happening in my business and they are keeping me very busy. I hope all is well for you!

21/2/2019
Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

It is amazing how words reflect the inner of us. Troubled people use troubled words as well. The troubled man changed his words from giving orders such as do and don't to ""You have a whole bag of chocolates. I trust you to eat just a little". This is a great example my dear Edward Lewellen. He trusted his daughter and stopped ordering her. By trusting her he made her responsible for her acts and be self-managing.
The effect extended to work and he started to look for advice from enabling people rather than giving orders and angering them.
Yes, when we change internally, we change others with trust and affection.

21/2/2019
Ana Gorostegui

Ana Gorostegui

28/12/2018 · 2 min read · ~10 · 2
To Coaching and 6 more
La otra cesta de Navidad

La otra cesta de Navidad

Las nuevas cestas de Navidad que ofrecen las empresas se están sofisticando con productos exóticos y gourmet. Dice un artículo publicado por El Confidencial que “deben incluir lo que no puedes comprar en un súper, porque tiene que ser...

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30/12/2018
Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador

Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador

A great story, a company like Montgomery Wards could of learned a lot from this management team, now they are just part of History. Similar to what Sears / Kmart is going through.

Best regards,

Bill Stankiewicz
Managing Director
Savannah Supply Chain
Office: 1,404,750.3200
Info@savannahsupplychain.com
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Startup Community every Wed @ 9:00 am at 2222 Bull Street
https://businessradiox.com/podcast/supply-chain-now/supply-chain-now-radio-episode-17/

29/12/2018
Melody Green

Melody Green

4/10/2018 · 3 min read · ~10
To Lifestyle and 2 more
Men, Emotions and Intuition

Men, Emotions and Intuition

  Society has for many decades erroneously carved up emotions and intuition along gender bias. Women being emotional, intuitive, “crazy” and wrong and men being logical, intelligent “reasonable” and right. And in...

Melody Green

Melody Green

Thanks for sharing Preston and being able to recognise the sacred and complimentary balance of your masculine and your wife's feminine. There is no comparison or competition when both parties appreciate the strengths in each other.

9/10/2018
Preston 🐝 Vander Ven

Preston 🐝 Vander Ven

Great Buzz. This reminds me of a book I read with my wife a called "Men Are Like Waffles — Women Are Like Spaghetti". It was a great food analogy of how Men compartmentalize our thinking and then strengthen our thoughts with emotions while Women are skilled to mix their emotions and thinking regularly. It's a great book everyone would enjoy reading.
Another analogy was the Man is like the Head and the Woman is the Neck. The Head may be able to send signals to the body or the family, yet disconnected from the Neck, the Signals are useless. I am a very analytical person, and my wife has a beautiful gift of that sixth sense. Many times I am so focus looking in one direction that, like a neck, I need her to turn my head to make a decision in another direction. She is the best co-pilot I have ever had in my life.
I agree about expression emotions. I once hide my pain and emotions til my mid twenties. I was in depression under my smile. I needed to forgive someone who did harm to me, without getting the apologize I wanted I my life. Yet, after I shed at least a hour of tears, which was over ten years of pain built up, I was able to think clearly again without my emotions clouding my judgement as before. I was a 'waffle' and not a pancake. LOL

9/10/2018

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