Joaquim Vives en Leadership, beBee en Español, Oficios y profesiones Director, Country Manager • Solina-Group Iberia 3/7/2016 · 1 min de lectura · 1,5K

Find the difference to be the Winner!

Find the difference to be the Winner!

We need to find the difference vs. our competitors and build on it, create a winner strategy. Evolution is made from differences. Any small difference is the big change allowing the success if hard work supports it. That's the reason the world evolves! The winners change the rules, they chose what for the rest is sometimes considered as crazy!

Have you seen that in the new world we are living, the crazy ideas are the ones leading the evolution? Who was able to think that communication will increase (well, true that in another way and sometimes not so well) "typing messages" faster than "calling and talking"? Someone thought in a Global Social Network when we thought that the protection of our intimacy was so important... And "le voilà" the door was opened when we thought that had to be closed... So many examples the last 20 years.... So, let's think out if the box, invent, justify why the oposite can work and we'll find the new world that cannot stop...

Ahhh! And do not forget that the young generations have to be the leaders of our future! They are living things we could not imagine (I'm 49) 10 years ago from the begining of their lifes... So, yes, we can bring them our experience but let them be the leaders of the evolution! Understood my friends "the politicians"?

Joaquim Vives 3/7/2016 · #13

#11thanks so much!

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Gerald Hecht 3/7/2016 · #12

#10 @Mamen Delgado no, only the friendly Mexican Wave! I have noticed that (and it's a good sign) they are getting much bigger and have more sustain (like a Carlos Santana guitar solo), BUT THAT IS GOOD --it means there are so many more bees each day, and you feel it!

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debasish majumder 3/7/2016 · #11

your header signifies a lot. nobody knows, i guess, from fish to bird how reptiles emerge and in what perspective. but important and relevant episode indeed! Great post Joaquim Vives. enjoyed read. thank you for sharing the post.

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Mamen 🐝 Delgado 3/7/2016 · #10

#9 Ok, I got it. First thing is clearly happening here in our beBee community. But what about second part? Have you felt any strange high level of CO2??

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Gerald Hecht 3/7/2016 · #9

#6 well they are two different things 1) the Mexican Wave is an attention grabber that has traditionally been viewed as a warning, but now, some researchers think it may have a social "fun" purpose as well (again, in actual honey bees). The other thingie 2) Is called "balling" (no I didn't make that up), and it's a deliberate swarm , WITHOUT STINGING against a predator, like a hornet, or even a queen who has "gone rogue"; it kills the threat by generating heat and lethal levels of CO2... (like "climate change" on a local level)

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Joaquim Vives 3/7/2016 · #8

#7 bad things only, at least in Spain!

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Mamen 🐝 Delgado 3/7/2016 · #7

And if we talk about politicians, evolution and education programs... What can we say?? 😳

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Mamen 🐝 Delgado 3/7/2016 · #6

#3 Woww, that's funny @Gerald Hecht. I had no idea real honey bees do the Mexican wave to new members in hive. So curious... About the lethal defense of the hive, I don't have that extreme feeling (yet), it's more like feeling proud of beeing a Bee.

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