- 14/12/2016The Beauty of Bees:
"Honeybees have an amazing capacity to learn and remember," said Dr Stephanie Biergans, first author of the study and researcher at the University of Queensland, Australia. "They are also social insects that interact, teach and learn..."Honeybee Epigenetics Finding may aid Alzheimer’s Researchwww.labroots.com Brains are complex; studying brain function often involve simple organisms, like honeybees, which provided a finding that could aid Alzheimer's...
Comments16/12/2016 #10 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#2 Excellence in science, nature and environment, nutrition par none. Beehives are the way to go and whoever can get real honey from one... just golden. Great neuro emphasis, too. Thanks for the Tag, @David B. Grinberg View more#2 Excellence in science, nature and environment, nutrition par none. Beehives are the way to go and whoever can get real honey from one... just golden. Great neuro emphasis, too. Thanks for the Tag, @David B. Grinberg; really appreciate!🎀 Close14/12/2016 #3 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#1 Thanks a honeybunch, @David B. Grinberg. @Gerald Hecht pointed me here a couple days ago and my methylation misfired.
The environment is key. Whether in our brains or in our social networks.
"There is thought to be a genetic predisposition for some conditions, such as Alzheimer's and dementia, but in many cases environmental factors determine whether the disease will manifest," Biergans concluded."
- 10/12/2016Had a nice dinner.. feeling like a bumble Bee tonight
cc: @Pamela 🐝 Williams
- 08/12/2016beBee Irrelevant Group (BIG)beBee Irrelevant Group (BIG) https://www.bebee.com/group/bebee IS THE GROUP AND YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN. LET'S MAKE THIS THE LARGEST HIVE ON THE
- Producer25/06/2016To All the Bees – Flying fast and freeAh, it’s Saturday morning and I am sitting on my patio as the bright, red cardinals gather ‘round our bird feeders in delight. The balmy Florida morning breeze brushes my unkempt hair as I sip my coffee and indulge in ‘buzz’ after ‘buzz’ on my...
Comments09/10/2016 #77 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#71 There does seem to be a different sense of time in beBeeLand.... must be about flow and feeling in the parasympathetic zone... Amazing what a little love rippling can do!
Thanks for the way you focused so many people on the preciousness of community, @Irene Hackett
- Producer24/09/2016The Key Philosophical Differences Between beBee Ambassadors and "Influencers" on Other Social NetworksLately, I've been seeing a lot of discussion about beBee Brand Ambassadors and several have called me into those discussions for feedback. In fact, much of this blog has been taken from my responses in the comments on a viral conversation on...
Comments02/10/2016 #81 Andrew PorterI'm still playing catch up and was on my holidays when this was published, but the points are well made about the differences between ambassador and influencer and the facts about the program, if you really like something you are going to engage and participate in highlighting the product or brand...you only reap what you sow, and the seeds of beBee must be sown far and wide for it to compete and be successful...very well explained @John White, MBA27/09/2016 #76 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman#40 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD contacted me is taking a break from beBee due to her friend that is extremely ill and other circumstances. Those of you that are close to Mags can reach her on her Twitter account. cc @Pamela 🐝 Williams @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher @Donna-Luisa Eversley @Ali Anani "@Paul "Pablo" Croubalian @Deb 🐝 Helfrich @debasish majumder26/09/2016 #73 Lisa 🐝 GallagherThanks for taking the time to write this @John White, MBA, you laid out the facts of the program nicely. We are not influencers and as @Dean Owen noted, we also are not responsible for managing problems people encounter on their posts. Isn't there abuse@beBee.com and support@beBee.com if people have issues? I for one, do not feel I am any better than anyone on this platform and I have much respect for all the bee's I interact with. There are so many wonderfully talented people on beBee and I'm doing today what I've done since I began on this platform- promoting as much as I can because I want to see beBee succeed and it's never been about me. Javier built a great team in Spain first and now with you John, and @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood working hard in the US to help beBee grow, well I see this as a win/win.. as I said, many great people here, yourself included.
Comments13/11/2016 #16 CityVP 🐝 ManjitHeh! Canada continues trend here this week. after CNBC discuss how Americans can emigrate http://www.cnbc.com/2016/11/09/this-is-what-you-need-to-do-to-move-to-canada.html and Snopes confirms that it was worried Americans who crashed the Canadian Immigration website following Donald Trumps victory on Thursday night http://www.snopes.com/canadas-immigration-web-site-crashed-after-2016-election/
- Producer10/11/2016What is beBee?For a few months, I have been using beBee, a social network I love. On a daily basis, I spend quite a lot of time logged in, since it helps me to achieve my corporate goals and I can find there many awesome professional people with whom I can...
- Producer12/10/2016King/Queen for a day!I recently saw a post that talked about the Emperor’s New Clothes. Oh how I love this story. I used to refer to it a lot back in the day. Actually, I still do. Sir/Mam You look marvelous but I think you may want me to tell you that you don’t...
Comments13/10/2016 #14 Harvey Lloyd#13 I hated the events and the subsequent live through that happened. But at my age i am realizing folks like that showed me more about myself than i learned about them. If nothing else i learned how to piss them off from a safe distance. When i read about the characteristics of the various winning and losing positions, they came alive through people. I could see and watch the impact of Win-Lose within groups. Unfortunately i also was able to recognize how i had practiced this process in my own life.
Again i thoroughly enjoyed your read, @Joel Anderson. These tales demonstrate to me that life is a shovel of fertilizer and we need to learn how to plant and grow things in it.13/10/2016 #13 Joel Anderson#12 Thanks for the insights @Harvey Lloyd I will take a look at the books you mention. I remain committed to a life long approach of learning and finding both good and bad examples outside of the personal experience domain. It is always good to keep an open mind and gain and learn from each experience. Nitwit indeed. And yes, with a little understanding of the practice of Win-WIn/Win-Lose or Lose-Win, he remains a poster child of win-lose and all about me-isms. It is kind of like the cast in Monte Python's The Holy grail when confronting these killer rabbits in our lives, back then unfortunately I just didn't have the luxury to "run away." I guess in hindsight, tis and twas "but only a flesh wound." Keep clapping and clopping those coconuts I will and know that I wish only the best to you and all the rest who experience toxic leadership. Why, because as Annie would say, the sun'll come up tomorrow. On that final note and just as an aside, years later one of my folks was having an exceptionally bad day. He worked in an office of 37 other very smart people. As I walked by him, it was obvious that he was distressed. I simply stopped by his desk, asked him what was wrong and then busted out in my best rendition of the song. It was humorous to watch the heads pop up from behind the cubicles and probably more impressive as everyone in that room started singing along with me. Not sure if I did much to solve his angst, but the smile on his face was classic. :)13/10/2016 #12 Harvey Lloyd@Joel Anderson your post was not long but intriguing. Anything that is intriguing has to lay down the groundwork. I must say that during these career episodes it is not funny and to some degree depressing. But forgive me if i laughed at the circumstances with you. You and others who have experienced these events have helped me understand that i am not totally outside of reality when i say, What a nitwit leader!
Disrupted by Dan Lyons is a book i recently read that chronicles your story and many others in this crazy world. It's a entertaining read. Like your story, you keep waiting for the person to say. I woke up and it was all a bad dream. Unfortunately the authors were awake.
I would offer up the discussion Steven Covey or Roger Dawson had in their respective books. The idea of practicing, Win-WIn/Win-Lose or Lose-Win. I would state that the leader you encountered was practicing win-lose. I usually run from these folks. Their theory is that they have to see you lose in order for them to win. When you call them out, they will only make you lose larger.
I found these perspectives to help when engaging new relationships, personal or professional. (Lose-Win is always being the victim.)13/10/2016 #11 Joel Anderson#l Thanks @Pascal Derrien "All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent. Edmund Burke
It is kind of ironic that I focused so much on this nut cases commitment couch. About a month ago, I bumped into a colleague and his wife at one of the local stores. What were they doing? Looking at couches. It must have sparked something now that I think about it. Since the time of this story, I have annoyed the pea waddens out of my wife. When it has been time to go look at and get another couch I refuse to participate. Get me to go look at chairs recliners, end tables, lamps--I am a more than happy participant. Couches, I have just walked away. She knows why but she keeps trying to tell me it is irrational. Maybe I am superstitious? I think I may just be able to cross over that threshold now. :)
All the best and keep making a difference.13/10/2016 #10 Joel Anderson#7 #8 Aside from the therapeutic nature of this post for me, I think I just may have had one of those moments. Here I am sitting in the dark, drinking my coffee and waiting for the sunrise. Now on my second cup, there is the beginning of early morning nautical twilight on the horizon and I just had a thought. Here i am in the dark, but soon I will be in the fall sunlight. This dude, and others like him rarely see the light around them because the perceive an aura emanating from and around them. They generally don't grab a clue until they are out the door (usually on a bad note.).13/10/2016 #9 Joel Anderson#6 Thanks @Deb 🐝 Helfrich It is unfortunate indeed. We live, we learn, we grow from each experience. Despite it all, all we can do is to endeavor to recognize those who behave this way for who and what they are, and deal with it accordingly. The human dimension of the work place to me is what is the important thing.13/10/2016 #7 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman@Joel Anderson, I agree with @Gert Scholtz - no need to shorten this as it is perfect as is. Plus, I can relate to this because I had a manager like this. I was not alone in my feelings he was the manager from hell. Before his meetings we had paperwork and after his meetings, the same and while traveling, the same. I had two managers at one time and he informed me he didn't give a crap about my other manager, he wanted his reports completed. Our reports were never used for the benefit of the company, only for his ego. He thought he had an in with the upper management but found he only had an out, which was out the door. This is a very enjoyable article.13/10/2016 #6 Deb 🐝 HelfrichI wish I didn't have similar experiences, but, alas, I did. But the humor of reading through your time as this guy's court jester was amusing from the remove of hindsight. It just bugs me the very real human toll of people trying to do a good job who are getting derailed by naked emperors.12/10/2016 #1 Kevin PashukIt goes to show you Joel, that everyone serves a useful purpose, even if it is being a great example of a bad example.
I wouldn't be so quick to discard your 'piss and vinegar'... Channeling it for good can be incredibly constructive for an organization. There's a big difference between an effluent agitator (good) and shit disturber (bad).
- Producer28/08/2016So you want to produce a little Honey?There are those on beBee who are so adept at blogging and publishing that this little instructional post may seem a little elementary. But there are many Bees out there who have never written a long post or even a wordy Buzz and this post is...
Comments03/01/2017 #47 Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín#45 The tag in Producer in the body of the article, are already active. Use @ with the name of the user.
About what you mention about updates to a Producer article, can you explain me in detail? If you want you can write me a private message or email.
Thank you very much for the feedback.
Best Regards.03/01/2017 #46 Pamela 🐝 Williams@Javier 🐝 beBee, @Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín,
I was re-reading this blog and realized that it needs updating. For example: The profile link I point to on the image of Paul's profile has changed. When are the updates rolling out and will we receive an summary of the changes so honey like this can be updated to reflect those changes? This is currently a schedule Tweet so I want to make sure it's right. THANK YOU!03/01/2017 #45 Pamela 🐝 Williams#44 You have to be following them to tag them.
In comments: do an @Name of Bee, a list will drop down, and choose the Bee you want. Some are more difficult. For Instance (sorry Ali, you were the best example) When I want to tag @Ali Anani View more#44 You have to be following them to tag them.
In comments: do an @Name of Bee, a list will drop down, and choose the Bee you want. Some are more difficult. For Instance (sorry Ali, you were the best example) When I want to tag @Ali Anani I sometimes have to type his name as it appears on his profile (A..I...i...space...A...n...a.. and then he'll show up in the drop down. The reason being, for example, because of someone with the first name Alice. So when I type just Ali, it will show me Alice, or anyone else with a first name that starts A L I. It's only after I add the space and A N that beBee begins to recognize that Ali is the complete first name.
In a Producer Post
if you want to tag someone in the post I'm told you can also use the @ as in a comment, but I've not done this yet. You can link to their profile but I'm not sure if they are notified (@Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín, how does the tag work in the body of the Producer text? Is it working yet or is that in this month's roll out of updates?) When you have time to answer Fede, could you tag Lyon?
In a Buzz Update: in the text you can @ a Bee just like in comments. Close31/08/2016 #36 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#29 @Pamela 🐝 Williams: I mentioned it below but it didn't get noticed...we both wrote on this same topic on the same day! Perhaps, @debasish majumder, boxes of bees were dropped off at two different places on the same day! I wonder how often this happens - and our two articles really don't have overlap - that is statistically significant. So interesting...#22 #26 #25 #23 https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/sharp-check-in-dr-margaret-aranda-s-newbeez-be-a-bebee-producer31/08/2016 #32 Pamela 🐝 Williams#26 I read about the honey production in India. It does have a very beneficial side; bee populations are growing. If you have heard about Colony Collapse Disorder then you know that most of the world is seeing declines in bee populations. India could become the bee/honey capital of the world :-)
- 08/10/2016After Bee Gees song, we can prepare another videoclip like this one!Do the Honey Bee! It is a fact of nature: Honey bees perform a series of moves known as the waggle dance to let their hive mates know the distance, quality and quantity of a...
- 08/10/2016ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL BEE DOING WELL IN SAVANNAH:Savannah Bee distributors aid growth - Atlanta Business Chroniclewww.bizjournals.com Savannah Bee Co. is the International Company of the Year in the Small size category in the 2016 Governor’s International Awards. This award honors a Georgia-based company engaged in international business with one to 99 employees that is showing...
- 05/10/2016If beBee gave you a t-shirt that said:
on the front and the beBee logo on the back would you wear it out, in more ways than one?www.beBee.com
- Producer04/10/2016From Here to AffinityBeBee is the network of affinity. Sharing interests of whatever kind, personal and professional, makes this platform a pleasure. Here are a few suggestions on how to increase affinity and connection with other Bees. Write away Write a Producer...
Comments07/10/2016 #38 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsMost excellent post Gert. Affinitize! I like that word and it speaks to how we Buzz around the hives and interact with our fellow bees. This provides simple guidance on what is entailed in being part of the community; which is no more than engaging and becoming acquainted with like minded people with whom you share a common bond. It also changes how many view professional engagement, by being personal. I think of the old line "It's not personal, it's business". But, as Meg Ryan said in the movie You've Got Mail,
"Whatever else anything is, it ought to begin by being personal".
- Producer28/09/2016beBee storeHi bees,I am happy to announce that we have a beBee store ! Netta is a hero... is irreplaceable ... and she is IN ORANGE ! :-)She is working hard for getting everything ready ! . Thank you very much ! beBee store is going to be epic with lots...
Comments10/01/2017 #50 Netta Virtanen@Ravi Ranjan At the moment we are selling the products on Amazon Europe and Amazon North America, the reason being that we have production of the items and offices in these locations.As beBee grows we will be opening new offices and new points of production, India being one of them. =)22/11/2016 #42 Camille Mari#41 @Netta Virtanen your link is working very well, thanks. But the one on Javier post isn't. Same for the Spanish shop by the way. The page from Amazon is empty, maybe they updated the link and it's different from the one on the post, it happened all the time for books.22/11/2016 #41 Netta Virtanen@Camille Mari the UK shop shows that there is stock of the white t-shirts and mugs: https://www.amazon.co.uk/beBee/b/ref=bl_dp_s_web_11447914031?ie=UTF8&node=11447914031&field-lbr_brands_browse-bin=beBee
Once you click the shirt you like, you have to select your size. You can only add the shirt to your cart once you have chosen your size. =)
Let me know if you have any problems and I would be happy to help you.02/10/2016 #33 Ken BoddieGreat news, @Javier 🐝 beBee! I must have missed this buzz first time round, as it sped on its merry way down 'Wall Street'. 😊
So what about the 'Boys from the Gap', namely:
- South Africa's, @Gert Scholtz;
- Bali's, @Paul Walters;
- Shanghai's, @Dean Owen; and of course
- the shy and timorous wee beastie, Ken Boddie (moi), from the Penal Colony?
Which would be the best outlet for us to purchase our goodies?
- Producer27/09/2016TRUCO en BeBee: Como publicar artículos en menos de un minutoSi algo me apasiona de la informática es poner a prueba mi capacidad de encontrar trucos para facilitarme las cosas. En su día me especialicé en las redes sociales más globales como Face… y Twi… y acabaron aburriéndome y las abandoné. Hace un...
Comments28/10/2016 #15 Javier 🐝 beBeeEsperamos que no sea un enamoramiento pasajero como Facebook o Twitter. beBee es una red para conectar con personas nuevas, que comparten tus mismos intereses profesionales y personales. Efectivamente cuando copias un artículo te aconsejo que cites la fuente o el original para que no tengas problemas. beBee no se puede hacer responsable de lo que hacen sus millones de usuarios. ¡ Feliz Viernes a todos !29/09/2016 #14 Martín GraffEs un buen post para compartir lo que uno desea, pero por lo general soy de publicar mis propias ideas o lo que creo acerca de algo. No soy de copiar mas que imágenes o algún vídeo. De todas formas son consejos muy útiles, solo que prefiero la originalidad del propio autor. Si bien el defecto es que me limita a publicar mas seguido jejeje. Éxitos y abrazos enormes.28/09/2016 #12 Paz🐝 Hueso LuqueMe parece un gran post, Aitor. Estoy de acuerdo con mis compañeros en que hay que tener claro que tenemos que citar y referenciar la página web o blog de donde hemos sacado la información si no es original: o bien con enlace o bien de forma normalizada con las Normas APA para así hacerlo correctamente.¡Un saludo!28/09/2016 #8 José Luís CasadoJa, ja... buen truco para hacerlo rapidito. Eso sí, imprescindible citar la fuente y deseable poner un link al post original. No solo por ética, sino porque además esa persona acabará detectando esas visitas desde beBee y tarde o temprano vendrá a ver qué es esto ;-) Buen post, @Aitor 🐝 Díez Fernández
- Producer19/09/2016Step by Step Guide on How to Use the New Live Buzz (Video) Feature on beBee Since the launch of beBee's epic new feature Live Buzz, I've been getting a lot of questions about how to use it. In this post, I will share with you step by step instructions on to do a live buzz and even a few tips of what type of content to go...
Comments24/09/2016 #21 Michele WilliamsTwitter is rumored to sell Vine. Great time to show the world the power of bebee's video feature. Look for Twitter Poll about Vine sale with bebee as an option @MicheleWilliamz or https://twitter.com/MicheleWilliamz/status/779644113662738432 View moreTwitter is rumored to sell Vine. Great time to show the world the power of bebee's video feature. Look for Twitter Poll about Vine sale with bebee as an option @MicheleWilliamz or https://twitter.com/MicheleWilliamz/status/779644113662738432. Close
- Producer20/06/2016Dear LinkedIn: Is My Armpit Bad For Business?(This post has recently caused a stir on LinkedIn. I'd like to share it with my fellow beBee subscribers.) * * * I’ve been posting my essays on...
Comments18/09/2016 #63 Anonymous@Rebecca Brockway, LinkedIn is an advocate of false professional ethic.It is a single-mindedness. This new trend in a way represents a generalization and somehow discrediting the human need for creative self expression, including armpit. Different things represent pleasure for different people. I certainly think that any kind of generalization is not good, if not rather dangerous. I used to say: People are not products. People are much deeper than stereotypes.17/09/2016 #54 Claire 🐝 Cardwell#46 I love your profile pic! I am also getting v. close to 50 and recently after yet another LinkedIn post on L.I.O.N.S. I changed my profile pic to one with me sitting with lion cubs! I can not believe that they are not doing something about the people that pose rather revealing selfies.....17/09/2016 #53 Donna-Luisa Eversley@Rebecca Brockway ... where do I start.. Love your arms - and armpits, if I showed mines someone may have a heart attack ( hahaha - kidding on the heart attack!) You sure rock and at any age you will. It is the essence of who you are which shines through your photo. You are enjoying the freedom age now provides and why shouldn't you. Your smile and glow tell the story reflected in your eyes. Sometimes folks are insecure in their own images and self and reflect this on what they see in others. There was a time many years ago, I felt the perfect standard photo was the one to be shared, but threw that thought out when I turned forty... hahaha, now everyone gets to see me. It is sad that some folks won't get to experience the freedom of enjoying a beautiful self - but that's something they need to figure out.
Looking out for your stories, because I'm approaching fifty in a few years and once I'm around the world will need to get ready for me!27/06/2016 #49 Rebecca Brockway#48 In the past, I've had to grab me by the scruff of the neck and give myself a talkin' to: "Rebecca, if you choose to waste your life fretting about your age, believing that you no longer measure up, then it's nobody's loss but your own!" That snapped me out of the doldrums. Nowadays, I prefer to grab the world by its tail! I expect your gorgeous self to do no less, Mamen Delgado!22/06/2016 #48 Mamen 🐝 DelgadoThere is something about getting older that I love (I am 48 years). I admire people, whatever the gender they are, who are truly happy within themselves and that´s a state that not everyone can reach. And you certainly are there dear @Rebecca Brockway View moreThere is something about getting older that I love (I am 48 years). I admire people, whatever the gender they are, who are truly happy within themselves and that´s a state that not everyone can reach. And you certainly are there dear @Rebecca Brockway, the rest is anecdotal. 😘 Close
- Producer15/09/2016Live Buzz, beBee’s new video streaming toolbeBee has no limits with even more new services at your fingertips! Now you can make live videos with our new streaming tool Live Buzz. Give it a try! Log in to beBee from our new mobile app and share whatever you fancy with your hives: whether...
Comments11/11/2016 #26 Teresa Gezze#23 Hey @Don 🐝 Kerr Here is the iOS app: https://itunes.apple.com/es/app/bebee-affinity-networking/id975185842?l=en&mt=8
If anybody need the Android app get it here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bebee.android.hive&hl=en
You should probably give that game a whirl tho. Might be fun =P09/10/2016 #22 Lisa 🐝 GallagherAnd if someone doesn't care to have the video on themselves, they can turn the rear facing camera on immediately to video anything they find interesting. Its fun, and I'm enjoying seeing others, hearing voices along with a variety of places etc...people are sharing from many places. Live cooking has been done too, @Hugo Chinchilla just made a tasty looking dish Friday!
- Producer13/09/2016Welcome to "Bee Social" HiveTo"beBee" or To beBee ...that is the question?Well friends, I'm sure by now you may have heard about a new social media platform called beBee. This social media site originates from Spain and has buzzed its way to the Top of my social media listing....
Comments13/09/2016 #6 Donna-Luisa EversleyHi Friends, here is my second post for this very 'Bee Social' Hive, the links to join are all within. This will be a few days of 'Bee Social' awareness and fun, hope you enjoy at your comfort :-)! @Phil Friedman View moreHi Friends, here is my second post for this very 'Bee Social' Hive, the links to join are all within. This will be a few days of 'Bee Social' awareness and fun, hope you enjoy at your comfort :-)! @Phil Friedman @Phillip Hubbell @Jim Murray @Jim 🐝 Cody @John White, MBA @🐝 Fatima Williams @Chas ✌️ Wyatt Ben @Ben Pinto @Renée 🐝 Cormier @Javier 🐝 beBee @Juan Imaz @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman @David B. Grinberg @Michele Williams @Ivan Campos @Don 🐝 Kerr @Daniel Donachie @Mamen 🐝 Delgado @Milos Djukic @Teresa Gezze @Laura Mikolaitis @Shelley Brown @Flávio Rodrigues Vieira @jesse kaellis @Ken Boddie Close
- Producer11/04/2016Why I’m on beBee? Who am I?Social media is really thriving. It has literally changed the meanings of social interaction and connectivity. A large number of social media platforms have emerged within the last 10 to 12 years and people, businesses, and organizations started...
Comments01/02/2017 #212 siraj shaik@Qamar Ali Khan Sir hope you might have read articles posted on LinkedIn by an influencer "Mohamed El-Erian". And also like him there are other Muslims listed in influencers list. Maybe you have missed something or something skipped under your eyes or I am unable to rule out your focus. Surely I couldn't get the point .. there are so many others (to pin point specifically "Muslims" (kept an observation who interact in various places within LinkedIn). Frankly I am not supporting any such. Also once shared with East asians in 1990 and later with many and till day I follow rule one "I have not mastered everything but at maximum I follow some principles and morals. Sincerely follow all testaments prioritizing the last one. By chance for reasons have to fake it to make it (no matter whatever bountiful riches it might give in return), I step back or move away. What's in there for me is destined by the only Omni present". (Last year Ramadhan tried to reach you via LinkedIn, seems I am listed in your blocked members).01/02/2017 #210 siraj shaik#207 Just wondering on the point mentioned by @ClaireCardwell about "maybe reason". @Qamar Ali Khan Sir hope you might have read articles posted on LinkedIn by an influencer "Mohamed El-Erian". And also like him there are other Muslims listed in influencers list. Maybe you have missed something or something skipped under your eyes or I am unable to rule out your focus. Surely I couldn't get the point .. there are so many others (to pin point specifically "Muslims" (kept an observation who interact in various places within LinkedIn). Frankly I am not supporting any such. Also once shared with East asians in 1990 and later with many and till day I follow rule one "I have not mastered everything but at maximum I follow some principles and morals. Sincerely follow all testaments prioritizing the last one. By chance for reasons have to fake it to make it (no matter whatever bountiful riches it might give in return), I step back or move away. What's in there for me is destined by the only Omni present". (Last year Ramadhan tried to reach you via LinkedIn, seems I am listed in your blocked members).30/01/2017 #209 Claire 🐝 Cardwell#208 Well this anti-muslim sentiment is really getting to me. I went to schools in England that had people from all over the world attending them. One of my greatest friends was a girl called Shalahleh Qadir. Her wit, intelligence and knowledge of Islam was truly inspiring. It really gets my goat when people who have not even bothered to read the Koran say that it promotes violence and says that Jesus Christ was just a prophet. I finally got my hands on my own copy of the Koran last year and opened it at random. I got the book of Maryam which is just beautiful.30/01/2017 #207 Claire 🐝 Cardwell#206 @Qamar Ali Khan - hope that things resolve themselves quickly with LinkedIn! I think the situation is ridiculous.... How they could ban you because you are muslim and not ban the thousands upon thousands of fake accounts opened by scammers every day is beyond me! You report these people over and over and nothing seems to happen.30/01/2017 #206 Qamar Ali Khan#204 Thank you @Claire 🐝 Cardwell for finding and sending me the link of Qurban Ali khan and his lonely remaining post. It's really thought provoking. Unfortunately, he looks not in my contact list on Li. I cannot check back because of my ban to my profile. Thank you so very much! You're such a nice friend.30/01/2017 #205 Claire 🐝 Cardwell@Qamar Ali Khan - this is the only post that is left on Qurban's profile : -
The problem with third world countries like us are that theses are not only devoid of material resources but also lack moral and intellectual values. So if a flood ravages the communities and the leaders are compelled by the pressure of public opinion to react to it, they say thanks heavens only a hundered or so people have died and we will take care of them. They can't realize that the death of a single person for a family is like the death of the whole world to them.The developed world or philanthropists could offer money to such communities to mitigate the hardship but to instil moral values and respect for human life in to their mindset is beyond their mandate and would be mis construed...
It's very short, but gets to the point and gives you a clear picture of the man....30/01/2017 #204 Claire 🐝 Cardwell#203 @Qamar Ali Khan - please don't be sad! beBee is far better than LinkedIn and it won't be long before your contacts join and pretty much leave LinkedIn to it's own devices. LinkedIn is a dinosaur on it's last legs! You can always google people and see their LinkedIn profiles without having to log on. Here is the URL for Qurban Ali Khan.... :- https://www.linkedin.com/in/qurbanalikhan29/01/2017 #203 Qamar Ali Khan#202 I also had been very critical to Li, in a positive manner. In some of my threads, I usually used to see somebody from Li top management dropping in, in an attempt to cool the things down. But it was the past. If they're trying to fix me now, it's too late. What I miss, like you, are some of my most valuable contacts there, and my all those precious posts. But @Claire 🐝 Cardwell! I did some very supportive work for them as well, far more heavier than my criticizing work. I had been in touch with their top management, and they used to welcome my suggestions. I really don't know what went wrong. I'm feeling sad.29/01/2017 #202 Claire 🐝 Cardwell#201 LinkedOut is such a pain @Qamar Ali Khan - their next move is to restrict access to a list of your connections if you are not a paying member.... I was so disillusioned with LinkedIn and it's increasing irrelevance. I just keep my account open as I have a lot of SA business contacts, but beBee is my main platform now. Qurban Ali Khan has also been v. quiet for a while now. I am wondering if LinkedIn is subscribing to a ridiculous paranoia and is restricting the accounts of anyone with the incorrect surname. I'm actually quite surprised they haven't suspended my account as I've been so pro beBee and so scathing about their lack of service.29/01/2017 #201 Qamar Ali Khan#199 @Claire 🐝 Cardwell! This is really sad. You have developed my curiosity about Qurban Ali Khan, and now this disappointment. You know what! LinkedIn has restricted my entry to my own account. They're demanding some official personal id docs. I have been on LinkedIn since 2009. Isn't it a strange demand? I'm not very active on social media these days, due to certain unavoidable reasons. I don't know what compelled Li to block me to see my account. I haven't written anything there since July 2015.
The Kashmir you're talking about is the one situated at Indian side. Going there might not be so easy. A serious law and order situation prevails there, and making it difficult to visit that phenomenal beauty. Kashmir at Pakistan's side is also very beautiful. But you cannot cross the dividing line between both the Kashmirs. You're always welcome to Pakistan, anytime :-)29/01/2017 #199 Claire 🐝 Cardwell#197 Qurban Ali Khan is a v. interesting guy, he used to work at the FSR and now is in the Model Customs Collectorate in Peshawar. I've just checked out his profile and he seems to have taken down all his articles which is a shame because he wrote beautifully. I've wanted to go to Kashmir after I saw a movie about the country when I was about 8. There were lakes with house boats and mountains , I hope that I get the chance to go!29/01/2017 #197 Qamar Ali Khan#196 @Claire 🐝 Cardwell! Yes, March and April are the best months to visit and travel toPakistan. The other months to visit are October (the end) and November. Kashmir is a beautiful land, and it's not far from my own city. But sneaking across the border is not a good idea. The border there is a highly sensitive area. I wonder why I haven't heard about Qurban Ali Khan on LinkedIn, if he has written something. What I know is that I had been an active contributor to the LinkedIn writing platform from Pakistan. I never heard about him. You can say it's my bad luck, what else.29/01/2017 #196 Claire 🐝 Cardwell#193 @Qamar Ali Khan - I've been told that one of the best times to visit Pakistan is in April when the almond blossoms are out. I would also love to sneak across the border into Kashmir! Are you any relation to Qurban Ali Khan? He's written some beautiful posts on LinkedIn and I am hoping to see him here on beBee soon....
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Comments09/09/2016 #16 Jared Wiese adds VALUE & RESULTS#13 #5 I don't believe there is a way to reorder. I just added a 7th link (so it shows at the bottom of my 7 links) but it is the 3rd (bottom) link in the upper-left of my profile. Luckily, it's the one I want!
Seems the system is choosing the latest LI and Twitter links?09/09/2016 #7 Mamen 🐝 DelgadoLove this post John!!! I share many post on Twitter from beBee and it's very very useful what you say, and I have found there are many users on beBee with Twitter account but they don't have it added to beBee. Everytime I share something on Twitter I try to find the author's Twitter account to include it on the tweet.
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Sorry I deleted comment #4, technical little problems... 😉09/09/2016 #5 Federico 🐝 Álvarez San MartínThanks @John White, MBA. Great article. It is important to note that the system recognizes the first and second URL social networks included in the links section, for display in the box on the left upper area below the profile picture and information.