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  1. Pat Smith

    Pat Smith

    Thank you for allowing me this opportunity to share my stories with all of you.. But most of all, I look forward to paying it forward.
    Pat Smith
    Why I Decided to Start a Blog
    www.linkedin.com Many of you have probably read the book or have seen the movie Pay It Forward. This little story is set in a small Central California City, Atascadero, before it started its (slow) gentrification...
  2. Odile Faludi

    Odile Faludi

    Odile Faludi
    12 sales tips and strategies to boost profits
    www.linkedin.com Those in sales today know just how tough things are at the moment. My clients who are predominantly real estate sales agents, recruitment consultants, project managers, small to medium sized...
  3. ProducerTom Whalen

    Tom Whalen

    INFOGRAPHIC - What Makes A Great Inside Salesperson?
    INFOGRAPHIC - What Makes A Great Inside Salesperson?It's no secret that companies are looking to grow faster and reduce travel & expenses by investing more in Inside Sales. Every other week or so, I get a call, e-mail, text, or InMail from someone asking my advice on how to start, scale, or...
  4. deal kare

    deal kare

    deal kare
    Packers and Movers in Kavi Nagar, Ghaziabad | Home Shifting Services in Kavi Nagar | Car and Bike Transportation in Kavi Nagar Ghaziabad
    www.packersmovers.dealkare.com Dealkare packer and mover is moving and packing many things in Kavi Nagar (Ghaziabad) like household, home shifting, bike, car, scooter transportation. Dealkare provides services for national, international office relocation...
  5. Bert Purdy

    Bert Purdy

    Bert Purdy
    How to Brand Yourself as a Professional
    intentionalemployee.com Does your boss think of you as a professional? If not, you won't be promoted anytime soon. Want to know how to brand yourself as a...
  6. Producerjesse kaellis

    jesse kaellis

    Pretty Sublime
    Pretty SublimePretty sublime There are lots of special places and special jobs, but for me being a Las Vegas dice dealer was sublime. It was somehow timeless; timeless and imbued with the corrosive and bland patina of a mundane evil, venality, a...


    jesse kaellis
    05/09/2016 #22 jesse kaellis
    ​#21 I almost did get a place. The credit agency made a mistake -- it was their mistake, and the guy wouldn't listen to me. So I was denied on a credit check. There was an apartment hotel that would rent to me but at $675.00 a month in 1991 it seemed too pricey. Vancouver is similar people are not that friendly. But Nanaimo is friendly. The people here are nice. Nanaimo is on Vancouver Island. I've never lived in eastern Canada, Brian. I've been to Toronto and Montreal briefly.
    Brian McKenzie
    05/09/2016 #21 Brian McKenzie
    @Gerald HechtI like my view for the apocalypse over the horizon - it is why I left the States. Nobody pays attention to me here - in America - I am on too many lists; it is what happens when you troll the White House and mail them a brick. @jesse kaellis Seattle has always been very insular. I got my first apartment because I showed them my birth certificate that proved I was from Seattle and a 'local' even though I didn't grow up there. The 'fair housing act' does nothing for single men trying to get into a place - nothing at all.
    jesse kaellis
    05/09/2016 #20 jesse kaellis
    #18 I'm hoping that we don't succumb to total anarchy. This is the first time in my life that I have been comfortable. Stable and sober. I have a great life now. Aside from a health problem that I am working on -- I'm going to get ​surgery in Puerto Vallarta. Things are looking dire right now. Nice emoticons, Gerald.
    Gerald Hecht
    05/09/2016 #19 Gerald Hecht
    #6 @Brian McKenzie Ha! Wakie wakie...
    Gerald Hecht
    05/09/2016 #18 Gerald Hecht
    #17 @jesse kaellis ha! The people who crack me up the most are the ones who think that they can have front row seats to the apocalypse without going down 🌊💥⚡️📸💔☠
    jesse kaellis
    05/09/2016 #17 jesse kaellis
    #14 I was drawn to the nihilism of Vegas. Many people are, Gerald -- drawn to nihilism. Hence the popularity of end of time movies -- end of the world movies, like The Road, The Book of Eli. Zombie movies. So? How come? There might be a freedom in it, in just embracing futility. There is a secret futility because we know, we KNOW that we're going to die regardless. And life is such a struggle. One time I asked this Christian "What's the deal with the rapture? What's your hurry?" "We're sick of this shit!" Fair enough.
    jesse kaellis
    05/09/2016 #16 jesse kaellis
    #13 I haven't been to Seattle in a while, Brian. I considered moving there in 1991. I would be close to my parents and still have the States. But I was encountering resistance in Seattle. Nobody would rent to me without me having a job first even though I had money. I packed it in and spent four months in Reno. I couldn't get a job there either. Finally, I wound up back in Vegas. The town wasn't through with me yet.
    Gerald Hecht
    05/09/2016 #15 Gerald Hecht
    #3 @jesse kaellis to not read the next page (typo) some neuropathy in my finger; to much guitar work I 'fink
    Gerald Hecht
    05/09/2016 #14 Gerald Hecht
    #3 @jesse kaellis I don't think we have to ask why (those of who are) anyway; I'm a bit concerned about anyone who isn't interested. Darkness is one of the most interesting things since...umm ever. Remember that book; the bible (or something like that) doesn't that word MEAN book...anyway, there's this really famous bestseller; draws ya right in! The very first line is something like: "In the beginning...there was darkness." Anyone who then decides to at least read the next page; is already not interesting
    Brian McKenzie
    05/09/2016 #13 Brian McKenzie
    #11 @jesse kaellis not a casino - just a neighborhood in Seattle where too many hippies have landed hoping to live out or recreate their Haight Ashbury fantasies
    jesse kaellis
    05/09/2016 #12 jesse kaellis
    Haha, I had a flash of inspiration, Pascal. Thank you.
    jesse kaellis
    05/09/2016 #11 jesse kaellis
    #9 That sounds interesting, Brian. This is a casino?
    Pascal Derrien
    05/09/2016 #10 Pascal Derrien
    that's the best post intro I have seen in a longgggg time :-) @jesse kaellis

    ''There are lots of special places and special jobs, but for me being a Las Vegas dice dealer was sublime. It was somehow timeless; timeless and imbued with the corrosive and bland patina of a mundane evil, venality, a soulless mockery of human aspirations. What could be more useless than playing with money?
    Brian McKenzie
    05/09/2016 #9 Brian McKenzie
    @jesse kaellis Enjoying the tale. The Seattle version of Freemont hosts annual nude bicycle parade (* the Horror cannot be unseen) and a Soviet era Lenin Statue guiding your way to Fish tacos & English bangers & mash ~ all guarded by a troll that lives under a bridge and likes to eat VW Beetles.
    jesse kaellis
    05/09/2016 #8 jesse kaellis
    #6 Thanks, Brian.
    jesse kaellis
    05/09/2016 #7 jesse kaellis
    #6 Oops, I'll fix that right now. I thought it looked "off." I thought that was the Stratosphere Tower.
    Brian McKenzie
    05/09/2016 #6 Brian McKenzie
    That is the Seattle skyline, the central focus of my version of "How did I get here? oh yeah - I moved here by choice" Vegas is a city that never sleeps...most nights Seattle is done by 11:oo
    jesse kaellis
    05/09/2016 #5 jesse kaellis
    #1 You're welcome, Gerald. the alchemy of creating empathy from pain. That's what it finally boils down to. I'm still trying to figure out the enigma that is Las Vegas. An enigma within an enigma. And it's so apparent that I can't clearly see it or barely articulate​ it.
    jesse kaellis
    05/09/2016 #4 jesse kaellis
    #2 Donna-Luisa, moving to Vegas was the best thing I ever did. The peroration of my life and my crucible. I loved it there, and I dearly wanted out. The first time I ran, I wound up back there less than four months later and had to start all over again. What's the saying? May you be blessed with interesting times? That life is a part of me now, for eternity, however long that is. Forever I suppose -- soul deep. But it fell on me like a benediction. I have a certain gravitas or at least it's apparent in my writing, and for that -- I'm blessed.

    In the mid-nineties, I could walk the strip and look at a half dozen joints I worked. I could see the physical manifestation of my entire trajectory, from the bottom to the top to the bottom again and nothing unusual about it; thousands of guys ahead of me and thousands more coming up behind; nothing special about my journey. Not in Vegas.
    More money equaled more drugs when I got there. Are there guys who get to the top and stay there? Raise families? Live a quiet life? Yeah, sure there are. I didn't know them. They aren’t the majority.
    Vegas drove me to my knees. I left in 1991. I wanted more. There was an emptiness in my soul. I was in some psychic agony. It was a mistake I knew that. There was nowhere to run. When I got back, I found myself wishing I could somehow get my illusions back; the illusion that status and money would be enough. But I couldn't get my illusions back for love or money.
    Well, look. I did encounter God which is great. But still. I'm still in this life. I still have to negotiate the miserable, soul bending compromises that encompass daily survival. We all have to do that.
    I can't sum it up. Vegas. Everybody knows. It's just a microcosm of the American dream: Something for nothing.
    It should have been paradise.
    jesse kaellis
    05/09/2016 #3 jesse kaellis
    #1 There is no place like it that I've ever been to. And I sensed the darkness the first night I was there, ​and I was mesmerized by it. I can't even explain that. Why was I interested in darkness?
  7. Julio Rodriguez

    Julio Rodriguez

    Business Development, Sales, & Marketing are all related and interdependent. But these unique business processes should be approached with their own specific goals and strategies. Julio Rodriguez
  8. ProducerEli Stern

    Eli Stern

    Leading the change - Revolutionary vs. Evolutionary
    Leading the change - Revolutionary vs. EvolutionaryOrganizational change can be quick or slow. It can be classified as revolutionary and evolutionary, as two valid, different ways of changing organizational culture and structure. Too often the business require a change - Which one should it be?...
  9. ProducerJim Murray

    Jim Murray

    Are You Full Of Shit or Just Creative?
    Are You Full Of Shit or Just Creative?This is the second post in an ongoing series on bullshit in the real world. Hope you enjoy it.My wife, who, for reasons I have never been able to discern, genuinely loves me, and has always believed I am full of shit. She considers it to be an...


    William VanDorin
    01/09/2016 #44 William VanDorin
    I insist I am completely full of shit, but a majority has over ruled me on the matter and seem to take me quite seriously. This should have been a predictable circumstance. I am, after all wildly talented, alarmingly intelligent, strikingly attractive and ever so humble! I know this to be fact... They took a poll. LOL!
    Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    20/08/2016 #43 Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    I have never been offended by the use of the word "shit". I have heard and read a lot worse. I find the past tense word "shat" quite humorous.
    Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    20/08/2016 #42 Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    #33 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
    Phil Friedman
    19/08/2016 #41 Phil Friedman
    #40 Yes, @Jim Murray, Renee Cornier's knocked me right onto my puns. :-)
    Jim Murray
    19/08/2016 #40 Jim Murray
    #33 Beautiful, @Renée Cormier. Best comment of the week and I have had some dandies.
    Jim Murray
    19/08/2016 #39 Jim Murray
    #36 That sounded more like a Jim Able comment. Either way, I liked it.
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    19/08/2016 #38 Mohammed A. Jawad
    Ugh...how sometimes we dearly nickname the many elements of life, and give birth to differing ideas and notions. Perception matters. ..and you become the way you think. Either we are full of shimmering light or lost in the blurring darkness. Or say: by little this and by little that we are partially sensible.
    Renée Cormier
    19/08/2016 #37 Renée Cormier
    #35 I'm a writer, @Dean Owen. I just like having fun with language!
    Phil Friedman
    19/08/2016 #36 Phil Friedman
    @Jim Murray, it bears repeating that you may have been born with a rare genetic malformation that leads to your optic nerve being connected to your anal sphincter muscle -- giving you an unusually shitty outlook on life.
    Dean Owen
    19/08/2016 #35 Dean Owen
    #33 wow you must like the word. I don't.
    Kevin Pashuk
    19/08/2016 #34 Kevin Pashuk
    #33 You have scored 8 on the shit-o-meter @Renée Cormier... I tend to agree with you. I've known people who have taken profanity and made it an art form (for some reason most of them are Irish, but I digress)... others overuse it like the adolescent who got their first bottle of cologne for Christmas... They don't know that a little can go a long way.
    Renée Cormier
    19/08/2016 #33 Renée Cormier
    Jim, I think that people who are offended by people who swear are full of shit. Personally, I believe that people who swear are more authentic than those who don't. Religious people are full of shit, politicians are full of shit, most sales people are full of shit, job seekers are full of shit when they are being interviewed, employers are full of shit when they are interviewing... You are right, @Jim Murray. The world is full of shit. Oh shit!
    Wayne Yoshida
    18/08/2016 #32 Wayne Yoshida
    Now I have a new ear worm - that shaving cream song -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8ffkDf0ol4
    Jim Murray
    18/08/2016 #31 Jim Murray
    Thanks for all the comments everyone...I'm having computer issues and it's a real time suck.
    Jim Murray
    18/08/2016 #30 Jim Murray
    #29 Charlie Trumpess...we are, you know and it's really not a bad think. More of a necessary one.
    Charlie Trumpess
    18/08/2016 #29 Charlie Trumpess
    It's a good question and I guess we're all full of it from time to time
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    18/08/2016 #28 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    I love this shit!! LOL
    John Vaughan
    18/08/2016 #26 John Vaughan
    "Are You Full Of Shit or Just Creative?"
    ... Both, I think (as I believe you've just proven)
    Paul Kearley
    12/08/2016 #25 Paul Kearley
    ...and here I thought I was just being creative, apparently it's the opposite. Oh well, that means that when I have writers block I'm just constipated. I kind of always knew that I was full of it, but isn't selling it just the most fun thing anyone can do?
  10. ProducerCharlie Trumpess
    Simplicity - Your Key to Happy Software Development
    Simplicity - Your Key to Happy Software DevelopmentIn John Maeda’s book The Laws of Simplicity, his first law states: “The simplest way to achieve simplicity is through thoughtful reduction.” As software developers we often find things moving in the opposite direction, from simplicity to complexity....
  11. Wendi Weiner

    Wendi Weiner

    Check out my latest article in The Huffington Post: "The Top 5 Things Holding Your Resume Back from Being Effective" #HuffPost #blogger
    Wendi Weiner
    The Top 5 Things Holding Your Resume Back From Being Effective
    www.huffingtonpost.com Just like how the Zack Morris brick phone has been replaced by sleek and lightweight smartphones, your resume should not look the way it did back in...
  12. Charlie Trumpess
    8 Cool Marketing Analysis Tools for Data Junkies
    Charlie Trumpess
    www.wordstream.com There are dozens of marketing analysis tools, but these are our eight favorite tools for digging in and analyzing marketing data to get...
  13. Renée Cormier

    Renée Cormier

    Shouldn't we rethink normal?
    Renée Cormier
    AbilityOnline Blog


    CityVP Manjit
    28/07/2016 #2 CityVP Manjit
    Unfortunately there is safety in conformity and until that conformity is called abnormal, disability tends not to be accepted and it is viewed as a problem that people want to keep out of sight and mind. I call difference normal because that is the way I come to the world, and when I then look at disability I see the superpowers of disability - and in that we can see that human beings can heighten senses when a particular sense is not operating, or they can utilize their body in ingenius ways to get things done or adapt to circumstances when it is a caregiver where love is the resilience. This an also add value to design of a smarter world because it incorporates safety intelligence. As we keep this out of sight and out of mind, we also don't get to know about the terrible things that people can do to people with disabilities which would shock our sense of humanity. The inhumane in us is not normal http://www.newstatesman.com/society/2010/12/disabled-children-british and it is not normal therefore to keep turning a blind eye here, when we express our desire for humanity elsewhere. That difference needs to become normal today.
  14. ProducerRenée Cormier

    Renée Cormier

    Does your social media strategy include a sniff test?
    Does your social media strategy include a sniff test?Social media is great. It offers a quick, easy and affordable way to reach out to prospective customers. It gives us access to decision makers and also gives us a platform to tell the world what we do. Let's face it, if we were all still relying on...


    Dean Owen
    29/07/2016 #23 Dean Owen
    #21 We eat stinky fish all the time in Japan! It is a delicacy. And whatever is left over, the cat devours. Anyways, it sounds like you discriminate based on body odour, and I think that is wrong, plain and simple.
    Sara Jacobovici
    29/07/2016 #22 Sara Jacobovici
    #21 That's why I asked @Renée Cormier and I appreciate you taking the time to respond. The foundation of my work is that we are sensory beings. Anything related to a sensory experience or expression interests me; especially when it comes in a metaphor! What intrigues me about your expression is that it comes from a sensory environment and is being carried over into a limited sensory environment, an environment where we don't relate to each other through smell. Your comment makes me think of how do we make "sense" of this transition and what new expressions will come out of this new environment? Thanks Renee.
    Renée Cormier
    28/07/2016 #21 Renée Cormier
    #20 It comes from me, @Sara Jacobovici. Animals sniff out danger and opportunity all the time. Would you rather approach someone who didn't smell good or wait until a better smelling person came along? Would you buy a stinky fish or eat something that smelled bad? Of course not! Good sales people discriminate and know how to use their sniffers well! :)
    Sara Jacobovici
    28/07/2016 #20 Sara Jacobovici
    Thank you @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD for bringing my attention to @Renée Cormier's Buzz. Well written, informative, insightful with practical suggestions. I am intrigued with the "smelling"and "sniffing". I am not familiar with this expression. Any idea where it comes from Renee? Thanks.
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    27/07/2016 #19 Mohammed A. Jawad
    Good checklist for using social media sensibly!
    Renée Cormier
    26/07/2016 #18 Renée Cormier
    #16 Thank you, Madeline Anderson-Balmer! It's good to be joined with like minded individuals.
    Renée Cormier
    26/07/2016 #17 Renée Cormier
    #15 That's a riot, @Graham Edwards! Somehow, it isn't surprising, though.
    Madeline Anderson-Balmer
    26/07/2016 #16 Madeline Anderson-Balmer
    Love it. I talk about building your recognition as an expert constantly with my clients. Content is the way to go and inbound is the strategy that gets you there! Love this piece.
    Graham Edwards
    26/07/2016 #15 Graham Edwards
    People are lazy ??!!! Don't say it's so! I knew an organization that had metrics that showed their e-mail campaigns were having less and less effect on potential customers so guess what they did? They increased the number of emails they were sending out. Thanks for the buzz @Renée Cormier and I will check out your video for sure !
    Renée Cormier
    26/07/2016 #14 Renée Cormier
    #4 Thanks, Dr @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD! Sorry I missed your comment . I'm still trying to get used to the beBee community!
    Renée Cormier
    26/07/2016 #13 Renée Cormier
    #9 Thank you so much, @Franci Eugenia Hoffman!
    Charlene Burke
    26/07/2016 #12 Charlene Burke
    #10 Chuck Bartok, my friend! So good to see you here. And, glad you agree with my declaration of listening :)
    Chuck Bartok
    26/07/2016 #10 Chuck Bartok
    #3 Especially love your declaration of LISTENING @Charlene Burke.
    Effective listening is an important skill set for anyone interested in earning a living through SALES.
    And what business is not involved in Sales?
    Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    26/07/2016 #9 Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    @Renée Cormier, your is a well written article and reflects on the use of common sense. Like @Ali Anani "People are active in turning lights on, but very lazy to turn them off". Yep, people are lazy and too bad, because they miss out on some great opportunities. Thank you @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD, with the new profile pic, for bringing this buzz to my attention.
    Renée Cormier
    26/07/2016 #8 Renée Cormier
    #7 Thank you, @Ali Anani!
    Ali Anani
    26/07/2016 #7 Ali Anani
    Love your analytical approach @Renee Cormier. I find the first reason people shy off using social media because they are lazy very true. People are active in turning lights on, but very lazy to turn them off. People tend to go to wasteful action more than useful one by extrapolation? Thanks dear @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD for bringing my attention to this buzz (new photo by the way)
    mohammed khalaf
    25/07/2016 #6 mohammed khalaf
    Leadership without objectives, is without direction,top managers know that the key to management is being a good listener and taking the time to understand the needs of the people around them. No matter how much you don't like someone, don't let your anger or annoyance show, this is an awesome opportunity for small business owners to network, become more professional.
    Renée Cormier
    25/07/2016 #5 Renée Cormier
    #3 Thank you so much @Charlene Burke!
    Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    25/07/2016 #4 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    #1 #2 #3 . Laziness and an inability to 'learn.' ~ Hard to talk to Entrepreneurs who don't realize that their Business is a Business, but social media/PR is a separate Business niche in its own right. The ability to recognize when "I need help" is key. Love what you're doing, @Renée Cormier, your kindness and high 'human' standards really show.
    Charlene Burke
    25/07/2016 #3 Charlene Burke
    "People are lazy". Yes. Yes. Yes. Ok, one more to be certain you know I 'get it' - yes! :) Social media is really social. Listen to what your prospect is saying and how they're saying it - then have a conversation to determine if your solution will fix their problem. A little bit of research goes a long way toward securing a sale. Nicely said.
  15. ProducerRenée Cormier

    Renée Cormier

    The New Business Survival Guide
    The New Business Survival GuideI’ve had three businesses in my life, and over the years I have learned a lot. In my current business, I frequently come across people who want to embark on consulting careers, or other businesses late in life. After you get to a certain age, you...


    Renée Cormier
    21/07/2016 #2 Renée Cormier
    #1 Glad you liked it, @Deb Helfrich! Please feel free to share any of my posts that you find useful.
    Deb Helfrich
    21/07/2016 #1 Deb Helfrich
    Very salient tips on small business survival, @Renée Cormier. I will nominate #8 as the most pressing - and difficult - part of my day.
  16. Rick ONeill

    Rick ONeill

    Hi everyone! Have just joined BeBee this morning and keen to make connections and introductions - so, say Hi and introduce yourself! ;0) Rick ONeill


    Lance Scoular
    28/07/2016 #26 Lance Scoular
    Hi Ho Rick, from Sydney, Australia "The Land Down Under" 🌏🐝
    John White, MBA
    28/07/2016 #24 John White, MBA
    Welcome to beBee, Rick! I just followed.
    Rebel Brown
    28/07/2016 #23 Rebel Brown
    Loribeth Pierson
    27/07/2016 #22 Loribeth Pierson
    Welcome, Rick!
    Sarah Elkins
    27/07/2016 #21 Sarah Elkins
    Welcome, Rick!
    Pamela L. Williams
    27/07/2016 #20 Pamela L. Williams
    #19 Now I like that bee reference Paul...cute! Welcome Rick!
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    26/07/2016 #19 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    A swarm welcome to you, Rick. (You'll come to like the bee references​)
    Richard Buse
    26/07/2016 #18 Richard Buse
    Hi Rick, welcome aboard. I'm a freelance writer. I live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area now. I used to live in Wisconsin.
    Rick ONeill
    26/07/2016 #17 Rick ONeill
    #14 Thanks Lisa!
    Rick ONeill
    26/07/2016 #16 Rick ONeill
    #12 Thanks Kevin!
    Jim Murray
    26/07/2016 #15 Jim Murray
    Hi Rick. Sent you a link request. I'm a communication strategist and writer in Toronto. @jim-murray
    Lisa Baker
    26/07/2016 #14 Lisa Baker
    Hello Rick, I'm Lisa, editor of HR News, really hope you enjoy BeBee, I know I do :)
    Kevin Pashuk
    26/07/2016 #12 Kevin Pashuk
    Welcome to beBee @Rick ONeill... Take some time to poke around. Be sure to not only read the posts, but also the comments... Some of the best dialogue you will ever read on Social Media is there. You may even see @Javier beBee or @Juan Imaz add their two pence.
    Tausif Mundrawala
    26/07/2016 #11 Tausif Mundrawala
    Hi Rick Oneill . Welcome to this fantastic platform called beBee.
    Juan Imaz
    26/07/2016 #10 Juan Imaz
    Hi @Rick ONeill! Welcome to beBee :)
    Javier beBee
    26/07/2016 #9 Javier beBee
    Welcome @Rick ONeill !
    Lisa Gallagher
    26/07/2016 #8 Lisa Gallagher
    Welcome to beBee @Rick ONeill! Look forward to future interactions.
    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    28/06/2016 #7 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    #6 That tagline is for Klarifi, Rick...all yours! You better learn Hindi fast! ;)
    Rick ONeill
    28/06/2016 #6 Rick ONeill
    #3 Ha! No, my native tongue is English - not sure how that happened! lol! Thank you for your comments, and I love the tag line! ;0)
  17. Julio Rodriguez

    Julio Rodriguez

    Julio Rodriguez
  18. ProducerScott Engler

    Scott Engler

    And The Working Title Is, "I'll Never Be Enough."
    And The Working Title Is, "I'll Never Be Enough."Of The Five Common Stories Of Someone Dissatisfied In Their Career, Which Story Is YOURS? (shown below video)      I've spent close to a decade now  consumed with the career development industry.During this time, I've written many pertinent articles...


    Jahanara Hoque
    03/06/2016 #1 Jahanara Hoque
    This stock photo is everything.
  19. Julio Rodriguez

    Julio Rodriguez

    Coaching and Leading vs Managing:
    When an experienced person is placed into a management or supervisory position they will quickly encounter a massive flood of problems and issues from their department or team. As an experienced problem solver, the new leader will deliver solution after solution to put out each fire as they pop up. The problem with this tactic is that it creates a dependency upon the leader to address every single complicated issue or problem that occurs within their domain. This dependency on the leader for all of the answers will steadily drain their ability to lead the team and can quickly frustrate the new leader. A better approach is to focus on coaching your team members. Coaching is very different from managing or supervising. Coaching is a tactic that helps your direct reports develop a solution on their own. In sports, coaches help train and practice their team members to create better performing athletes who win more often. The same thing applies in business. Coaching your employees will develop them into more independently thinking team members that can solve more problems on their own and deliver better job performance. So how is this accomplished? The simple version is to have the leader ask questions when approached with a problem. After each question is answered, the leader then asks a follow up question that leads the employee to the next step in the process. Coaching takes significantly longer to do than simple "here's the answer" approach to leadership, but the long term payoff is much greater. Coach your team, develop them into high-performance employees that add value to your company! - JR
    Julio Rodriguez
  20. ProducerAnurag Harsh

    Anurag Harsh

    How To Gain Influence & Power in the Workplace
    How To Gain Influence & Power in the WorkplaceRecently conversations about leadership, corporate culture, and management have revolved around the upheaval of command-and-control structures and approaches. It can be easy to forget that this upheaval comes with implicit assumptions that often...


    Anurag Harsh
    01/06/2016 #6 Anurag Harsh
    #1 Thank you for taking the time to read the article and for your thoughtful comments. Much appreciated. Here are some of my other articles on similar topics: www.BlogBrain.org
    Anurag Harsh
    01/06/2016 #5 Anurag Harsh
    #2 Thank you for taking the time to read the article and for your thoughtful comments. Much appreciated. Here are some of my other articles on similar topics: www.BlogBrain.org
    Lisa Lee
    01/06/2016 #3 Lisa Lee
    Some key points here about conducting yourself within the work place.
    Lisa Lee
    01/06/2016 #2 Lisa Lee
    This was a really useful article @Anurag Harsh and so many points here are so often overlooked. Thanks for sharing this with us!
    Javier beBee
    01/06/2016 #1 Javier beBee
    Thanks for sharing it !!
  21. ProducerScott Engler

    Scott Engler

    LinkedIn Job Seeker Premium > Basic Account
    LinkedIn Job Seeker Premium > Basic AccountBasic Account"By: Scott EnglerAuthor of “The Job Inner-View” and “Legends of the Recruiting & Career World” With Job Seeker Premium having a whopping 690,000 + members at the time of this article, it’s obviously a premium feature being used...


    Scott Engler
    29/05/2016 #3 Scott Engler
    #1 Hi @Juan Imaz, I appreciate your suggestion! I've only just joined beBee, and still have so much to learn before I'd feel that I could really write an article about it that would benefit its readers. I hope to get to that point in the near future, and have certainly thought about it! I've been on beBee for one month, and have been on LinkedIn for five years...so I've had a bit more experience using that platform you can say :)
    fernando ballesteros
    29/05/2016 #2 fernando ballesteros
    Juan Imaz
    29/05/2016 #1 Juan Imaz
    Thanks for writing @Scott Engler. Hope you will write something like this about beBee in the future.
  22. Donald Retreage

    Donald Retreage

    I am a Financial Leader engaged in a search for a new position within the Greater New Orleans area or International), If you know of any job opportunities or leads that you might be able to share with me, please send them my way.
    Thanks in advance for your help! I hope you all are doing well and hope to catch up with you individually soon.
    Thanks again for your help!
    Please keep me posted on how things are going and if there’s anything I can do to return the favor.
    Donald Retreage
  23. ProducerTanya Wasylewski
    On gratitude
    On gratitudeA few weeks ago I found myself complaining to someone about the lack of beach destinations on our itinerary* for a year. ‘I love the beach, I was looking forward to a year of waking up and having morning swims’. On-and-on I went. And then I...


    Tanya Wasylewski
    26/05/2016 #13 Tanya Wasylewski
    #7 Glad you enjoyed it!
    Tanya Wasylewski
    26/05/2016 #12 Tanya Wasylewski
    #10 Unfortunately I don't have much detail about the picture—discovered it on a stock photo website.
    Daniela Umpierrez
    23/05/2016 #11 Daniela Umpierrez
    We must practice gratitude every day! We have so many things to be gratefull , and don't have to thing about other things that we don't have. Great buzz @Tanya Wasylewski
    Chas Wyatt
    22/05/2016 #10 Chas Wyatt
    @Tanya Wasylewski, "Most human beings have an almost infinite capacity for taking things for granted." ~Aldous Huxley. I am curious about that object in the picture you posted. Do you know anything about it? Thanks.
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    22/05/2016 #9 Mohammed A. Jawad
    One who shows ingratitude towards humans cannot be grateful unto the Almighty Lord!
    Cyndi wilkins
    21/05/2016 #8 Cyndi wilkins
    Another "gem" on gratitude...
    Cyndi wilkins
    21/05/2016 #7 Cyndi wilkins
    What we focus on we create...Raising our awareness as such is the first step in taking responsibility for the role we play in creating our experience of life...Thank you for a very enlightening post Tanya;-)
    NO one
    21/05/2016 #6 NO one
    Oh! Remote Year! I've heard so much about it, I hope you're having an amazing time. Great buzz to start @Tanya Wasylewski!
    Ken Boddie
    21/05/2016 #5 Ken Boddie
    We're happy you're happy,
    Complaints we deplore,
    Welcome to beBee,
    Please blog here some more!
    Dean Owen
    20/05/2016 #4 Dean Owen
    I am grateful you made it to beBee @Tanya Wasylewski. Enjoy your trip!
    mohammed khalaf
    20/05/2016 #3 mohammed khalaf
    Good idea
    Marisa Valdez
    20/05/2016 #2 Marisa Valdez
    Lovely idea. I will follow you on your trip, keep us updated.
    Javier beBee
    20/05/2016 #1 Javier beBee
    Welcome to beBee !
  24. ProducerMohammed A. Jawad
    Are We Getting Squeezed by Workplace Stress?
    Are We Getting Squeezed by Workplace Stress?What a miserable, poor human life where now-a-days people work more for the sake of their existence, and live less amid brief jubilation and little, feeble joys! Perhaps, even after all basic needs and handsome luxuries, our lives are messed up,...


  25. ProducerRosh Sillars

    Rosh Sillars

    Don't Allow Clients To Treat You Poorly, You Have Value.
    Don't Allow Clients To Treat You Poorly, You Have Value.Video Link: YouTubeThe about video is a few years old, yet, it’s still a classic and a good reminder.Ask yourself, is this how your clients treat you and your professional service? and why do you accept such treatment?The path to a profitable...


    NO one
    28/04/2016 #5 NO one
    #4 haha that's funny and bright
    Rosh Sillars
    27/04/2016 #4 Rosh Sillars
    Hey, refer them to you competition to slow them down lol.
    Cory Galbraith
    27/04/2016 #3 Cory Galbraith
    Rosh, very good piece. I've been in business for 30 years and have learned that such clients must be completely eliminated. Over time, you get to sense who has money and who does not, just by the way they communicate. I refer anyone who I believe is looking for a cheap alternative over to the competition. Know your value and price accordingly.
    Daniela Umpierrez
    27/04/2016 #2 Daniela Umpierrez
    Excellent article Rosh! You have to take care of your reputation and don't give your time and work for free. As you said is important to know our value, not only for business but in every aspect of our lifes. You have to know when is time to say no! Very inspiring!
    NO one
    27/04/2016 #1 NO one
    We're the ones that give value to our service first, if we don't ask respect from the costumer then that means that you don't believe you deserve it. Great buzz @Rosh Sillars
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