- Producer20/10/2017Coletillas, muletillas, y otras "illas"Foto PixabayUna de las mayores preocupaciones que observo en mis talleres de formación y que suelen preguntarme con más frecuencia es cómo se puede uno quitar las típicas coletillas molestas e innecesarias que utilizamos al hablar. Distrae mucho...
Comments20/10/2017 #20 Juan J. TamayoMuy interesante lo que expones @Mamen 🐝 Delgado y sobre todo viniendo de ti que eres una gran profesional de la comunicación, y con quien se aprende muchísimo... Sin embargo te quiero preguntar una cosa, tú que sabes de esto bien, verás, entiendo que quienes se dedican profesionalmente a hablar en público deben tener una buena base en oratoria y técnicas de voz, y que lo de las coletillas denotan un síntoma de inseguridad de alguna forma ¿pero no hace que también sea más natural, más cercano?... Ya sabes, muchas veces hemos visto a gente que se dedica al mundo de la comunicación pero que por eso de tenerlo todo muy controlado y muy bien llevado también parece que queda muy lejano de la gente, muy automatizado, muy controlado... Y otra pregunta es ¿para darle más naturalidad y cercanía qué aconsejas hacer sin parecer demasiado encorsetado? He visto vídeos de gente así digamos que famosa que se comunican de forma muy "natural" incluso con coletillas... A ver, entiendo que otra cosa es no tener ningún control y aparecer nerviosos, sin saber por dónde tirar, e incluso metiendo la pata por eso de tenerlo todo muy controlado, ya sabes, queda hasta peor... Bueno, espero tus consejos y recomendaciones sobre esto.. Un saludo cordial y muchas gracias Mamen :-)20/10/2017 #17 Mamen 🐝 Delgado#8 Así es @Carmen 🐝 Juanes Luis, y si es comunicación de andar por casa, pase. Lo que no me parece serio es que profesionales que se dedican a impartir formación o dar ponencias te acribillen a coletillas. Además va en detrimento del ponente o formador. Nos comunicamos de mente a mente y necesitamos captar y mantener la atención de quien nos escucha, y soltar muletillas cada dos por tres no favorece que captemos esa atención.
Feliz finde linda!!20/10/2017 #11 Mamen 🐝 Delgado#2 Muy cierto lo que apuntas @David Sánchez González. Yo suelo recomendar también leer en voz alta cualquier escrito que hagas, incluso un correo electrónico. La persona que lo reciba apreciará la musicalidad que ese texto tiene, aunque no sepa por qué motivo. Prueba a hacerlo!! Ya verás qué diferencia.
- Producer20/10/2017A Fabulous Friday Funday!Why is it fabulous? Well, I live in the northeast part of the U.S., and it’s late October. Our normal temperatures are around 60 for this time of year, but we’ve been treated lately to temps nearing 80! And it’s Friday, the start of a weekend to end...
- Producer20/10/2017Nur in einem ruhigen Teich...spiegelt sich das Licht der SterneAus ChinaOft höre ich „ich denke zu viel“, „das geht mir nicht aus dem Kopf“, oder „ich brauche dringend Urlaub.“Diese Gedanken sind ziemlich verbreitet. Denken, an und für sich, ist nicht das Problem, wird nur...
- Producer20/10/2017#GGA Global Goodwill Ambassadors World Tour #GGAWT 2017 and 2018Send all nominations to Lisa Jones, MBAAbout Global Goodwill Ambassador CEO, MICHAEL RISENHIGHLIGHTS OF SKILLS Extensive experience in all facets of business management and client relations Highly effective interpersonal and communication...
- Producer19/10/2017Can we live in an environment as One in Truth and without Fake News….?I was recently having some very deep conversations with friends around life, the subject matter was ‘Do we live a life of One, Whole and in Truth?’, the general consensus of this conversation was that ‘life’ is incredibly complex, there are lots of...
Comments20/10/2017 #4 Lisa VanderburgExceptional buzz that raises conflicting answers in me @Geoff Hudson-Searle! I'll try and clarify. Okay, so what is truth? Is it something tactile, sensory? No, we know the element of truth is not simply contained in such limited boundaries. We know love, but even though there are biological markers for attraction or arousal, love can't be quantified either. Faith; how about that? We know faith because we believe in things like...love and truth, for example.
Personally, I don't know myself...not really. I might know there are predictors particular to me but they don't become truth unless tested. To say I am certain of anything outside of my faith in a Creator that is not confined to space and time would be untrue. Maybe we know too much. Maybe not enough; either way, our lives are simply too short (mine, too chaotic) to put fully into use what I have learned. Does not mean you haven't though!19/10/2017 #2 Harvey LloydLove is a spiritual word, mythical if you will. Science can't explain it, but society longs for it in many variations. The statistics are not surprising since the questions asked could only, probably only questions of material world processes/physical. Love is not something the material world can grasp or explore because as your final quote stated, love has nothing to offer the material world but a smile of a child.
It is difficult to find peace in a world that measured materially rather than spiritually. The competitive nature of man is unleashed when materialism is at the front. The compassion of man is released only when love is genuine and is motivated spiritually.
It is difficult to have a foot in both worlds/concepts. The truth is relative to the world in which you choose to live. The material world requires fake news to feed the material fire of progress. Fake news destroys our love and spiritual realm in creating cognitive dissonance, because we attempt to survive in both.
- Producer18/10/2017Keep Your Eye On The DonutCover your eyes with donuts simple but cute. Picture: Elena Rodríguez. Model: Elen BassKeep Your Eye On The DonutThere is the donut and there is the hole. And you should keep your eye on the donut. And all the things that go on they don't...
Comments19/10/2017 #21 Phil Friedman#20 Impressive memory, @Peter Altschuler. You are correct. The ditty is on a plaque labeled "The Optimists Creed", a photo of which can be found at: https://restaurant-ingthroughhistory.com/tag/mayflower-coffee-shops/19/10/2017 #20 Peter Altschuler#10 It was the Mayflower Coffee Shop chain that used that little ditty, @Phil Friedman. Yet they were clever enough to create little bite-size bits that were known as donut holes -- the dough allegedly taken out of the center of a doughnut. In storytelling, they're like the Grand Inquisitor tale in the midst of "The Brothers Karamazov."
Personally, I'd rather focus on a 1950s television test pattern than on a doughnut. They are, in all their deep-fried, calorie dense, artery-clogging infamy, the amalgamated sin of all mankind.19/10/2017 #17 David B. GrinbergThanks for more great advice, Javier, which is always a welcome breath of fresh air in a world of information overload and daily distractions. I would add these nuggets of wisdom to reiterate the main points above:
1) While you can't control the actions of others, you can and should control your reactions. In short, don't react to every idiot in the world or you'll be wasting time and losing focus all day long.
2) Per the best selling book of the same name: "Don't sweat the small stuff" -- and it's all small stuff! http://dontsweat.com/
3) Remember the righteous refrain of the successful U.S. civil rights movement which resulted in more equal opportunity and equal justice for every American: "Keep your eyes on the prize!" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keep_Your_Eyes_on_the_Prize18/10/2017 #14 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador@Javier 🐝 beBee u need to be in the innovative Pastry industry to understand what David is talking about....jajajaja....i love this GIG!
But if i may...I prefer to keep my eyes on the "chuuuuuuros"! As good a Donut, but zero chance to get lost in the Hole...hahaha!
- Producer19/10/2017Taking Control of Your Personal Brand is a NecessityYou have a brand like it or not! What you do with it is your decision! Many people just ignore the fact that they have a personal brand, many people think they are showing off their key skills and attributes to position themselves...
Comments20/10/2017 #17 Nathaniel Schooler 🛩 Brand Marketer#15 thanks for your comment Wayne, reputation is a big part of personal brand yes, but if you can’t explain yourself in words that people understand building one is going to be difficult.
The key elements are -
What do you do
What gives you authority and credibility
Why are you different and or better than anyone else
These are also underpinned with some “secret source”
Once you have ticked all these boxes this will enable you to create trust...20/10/2017 #16 Devesh 🐝 BhattThe beauty about Bebee.
It wants me to develop a Personal Brand.
It got me started without it.
I was immediately embraced as a person with a blank profile, based purely on content, which expressed an idea, not me entirely.
As a buzzword, personal branding allowed people to accept my honesty, which was earlier rejected ofr incompetence.
Personally, i think Personal Branding is a good handshake, a good first impression. Still, i did not find it necessary for bebee.
The interactions were organic, relevant, informative and relevant.19/10/2017 #9 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorI love the 5 points takeaway, I would add that you also have to control or at least attempt your visuals, maybe we will have soon a post on that topic with the excellent awarded photographer @Jamie Robert House >>> https://www.facebook.com/gentleman.house
- Producer19/10/2017"Kräftig, wie wir's anfangen,wollen wir zum Ziel gelangen."Johann Wolfgang von GoetheHuman Doing oder Human BeingIm Cockpit gibt es Pilot, Co-Pilot und auch den Autopiloten. Bei einem Flug nach Hawaii werden die Piloten über 95% der Flugzeit nur den Autopiloten bedienen und...
- Producer19/10/2017A Brief History of Global Warming (From Bloomberg), New Edition.Global warming turns 125 ... sort of. Next year will be the 125th anniversary of the first time we figured out that human activity could be causing climate change. Since then, the science has gotten firmer and the politics have gotten murkier, but...
Comments20/10/2017 #6 Devesh 🐝 BhattI have seen people suddenly negate Global warming with persistent counter arguments but none could deny the destruction of water bodies due to manmade causes.
Water allows the planet to heal itself and reduces all pollution causing triggers that escalate in a viscious cycle of human greed.
Perhaps, we ought to define ecosystems around the world across every inch of the planet and implement economically progressive ideas. I have a few of them.19/10/2017 #2 Javier 🐝 beBeeGreat buzz and extremely important these days...
Están quemando España
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@jose-carlos-arnau-garcia/estan-quemando-espana View moreGreat buzz and extremely important these days...
Están quemando España
Miña Terra Galega
- Producer17/10/2017You must have experienced one of those scenariosThe complexity of our lives in increasing because of the increased duality or ambivalence that we suffer constantly from. I am sure we have all experienced one of the following scenarios in which you found your feelings and thoughts are in...
Comments19/10/2017 #79 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#78 Very true @Yolanda Ávila Márquez. However; antifragility is more than resilience. It is coming out of a stressful situation stronger than before. Like carbon under stress yields diamonds so we are expected to be antifragile. This is a subject of huge interest and I hope to cover it soon.19/10/2017 #78 Yolanda Ávila Márquez#74 Of course.
One of the most wonderful capacities of the human being is resilience.
Have you read Viktor Emil Frankl? Man's Search for Meaning
''Man can preserve a vestige of spiritual freedom, of mental independence, even in the terrible circumstances of psychic and physical tension''
''Man can be snatched from everything but one thing: the last of human freedoms - the choice of personal attitude before a set of circumstances - to decide his own way''
Regards!18/10/2017 #73 Yolanda Ávila Márquez#70 I understand you.
I have read more similar cases. I agree that doing something to help others who have gone through the same situation is positive but provided that at the same time you have healed the wound inside.
This model of Yoga, for example, has a support group for women who have been raped.
She helps them because she was also raped. I think it's wonderful and ... healer.
Basically you and I agree Ali:
we must think and act, not stay paralyzed and look for creative solutions that take us out of the paralyzing situations.18/10/2017 #71 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#68 brilliant comment dear @Tausif Mundrawala. You wrote "I have learnt that whatever we desire it comes with a price and requires us to work on it diligently". In thermodynamics we know you don't get anything for nothing. You derived this reality by yourself. You are smsrt my friend.18/10/2017 #70 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#69 Dear @Yolanda Ávila Márquez- I read the story of the girl. She didn't remove her problem, but lesssned its intensity by helping others. She vented out part of frustration this way. The positive side is that she designed the sports shoe. She re-challened her frustration and this was a way of dealing of a problem rather than allowing the problem to ruin her. She was self-motivated to do that.18/10/2017 #69 Yolanda Ávila MárquezMy dear Ali ....
this time I disagree with your opinion , just a little ;)
''So is the case of the raped girl. In one incident a raped girl started a new brand of sports shoes in which she donated a certain percentage of her profits to help girls who suffered from rape. Solving the problem of others puts our feelings and thoughts in harmony''
I think doing that alleviates the pain but does not eliminate it. It is a way to divert or channel attention. For me, it is valid only if at the same time you are healing in yourself what happened. You have to find peace within yourself.
"Happiness is achieved when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony." I agree with him.
All our attention must be focused on living our life with consistency.
Regards!18/10/2017 #68 Tausif MundrawalaHowever disharmonious our situation might be, it's incumbent on us to act in tandem with what our heart says and lies. Whenever I felt low in life I have seen myself inching towards the calling of my heart and wherever I taught my forte lies. I have learnt that whatever we desire it comes with a price and requires us to work on it diligently. We should blink once but we shouldn't leave sight of the path chosen by us and by our Almighty. He gives signs. He would put us in difficulties which would make us strongest than before. We have to heed to his call and suggestions. If someone is meant to be a writer or a poet he/she would always be enchanted with that subject.
Thanks for this wonderful buzz, Sir @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee Awaiting your reply.18/10/2017 #67 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#66 Your comment dear @Cyndi wilkins has just inspired me with the idea for my next buzz. The theme of it is as we face hardships in life it is our best times to find creative and simple solutions. Welcome to challenges because they make us thrive, Thank you Cyndi.18/10/2017 #65 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#64 You really increased my awareness of the role my father> Thank you and I am truly moved by your comment.
When my father passed away in 2005 we only found out that he was sponsoring more than ten orphaned students by paying their university fees. He didn't only scarified for his family, but also for the needy and deprived people.
My father was a renowned writer. He co-authored one book in English.
The early history of the Gulf Arabs / Ahmad Anani and Ken Whittingham.18/10/2017 #64 Cyndi wilkins"The pain was great, but still his beliefs helped him contain the pain."
That my friend @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee is the will to survive...and that is why your father lived another forty years after the fact...His concern for his families well-being should he not survive himself was the driving force behind his choice to soldier through excruciating pain to secure their future...even if he sacrificed his...That is the highest expression of love...and the measure of an amazing man...You are blessed to have had such a wonderful role model;-)18/10/2017 #63 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#62 I agree fully with your splendid comment @Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris. Either we find a creative solutions, or we find a way to lessen the conflict. It is not always easy to find a total solution. I mentioned same idea in my previous comment. But it all starts from congruence with oneself. Beautifully expressed Zacharias.18/10/2017 #61 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#60 Do you know dear @Lisa Vanderburg that my father memorized The Learners' Dictionary in full. At his time very few people spoke English in my country. This helped my father do thirteen jobs simultaneously. He worked as translator, Part-time English teacher and preparing pitches documents to big construction companies, among other jobs. If I claim that he didn't influence my life I would be lying.
There is a catchy phrase in your comment. "Suffering can take a good person and either make them exceptional or destroy them". Absolutely spot on. It is a thin line that can bifurcate us into two different paths. This is a buzz on its own.
Your comment reminds me to invite my friend Dr. @Vincenzo De Florio to the discussions here. Antifragility is to become stronger when experiencing a hard going in life. Not only suffering can take us in two different paths, but it can even make us stronger than we were before the suffering. This is a huge idea for the workshop that Vincenzo is organizing. Pain and Antifragility. It is more than resilience because resilience takes us to the same condition and position we were at before we suffered. Antifragility makes us better and stronger.18/10/2017 #60 Lisa Vanderburg#59 Your father's journey leaves me reeling; that determination takes such great passion to overcome, especially as the odds were so stacked against him. I can see where you get your steel from @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee View more#59 Your father's journey leaves me reeling; that determination takes such great passion to overcome, especially as the odds were so stacked against him. I can see where you get your steel from @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee!
Suffering can take a good person and either make them exceptional or destroy them. Such is the fine line we tread....at some point, our choice will define us. Thank you for sharing your father's story, my friend! Close
- Producer18/10/2017Why you should follow me (and not miss the rest of the world.)beBee wants original content, and, as a reward, it is the only one that will go to the hives. Certainly, this will help to preclude stupid content, trolls, scammers, dating updates, photos of cats, dogs, flowers and generally low-quality imported...
Comments19/10/2017 #6 Francisco Lopez#5 Thank you very much!.I am just a bee in the colony and you have an interesting hive. There is a way out without compromising in any way Javier's position. It will take more time, which is not as abundant for me. I have a business to run and research to do but will give a try and adapt.19/10/2017 #5 David B. GrinbergThank you, Francisco, for sharing your important insights about the platform-wide improvements.
As of your long-time followers, I unequivocally encourage other bees to heed your advice and catch your buzz. Moreover, I can't thank you enough for all of your amazing contributions and relevant content in my hive, "Universe, Space & Beyond." Put simply, this hive would not be the same without you!19/10/2017 #3 Francisco Lopez#1 Dear Javier, as much as I dislike the politicking, demagoguing, stupid part of politics, I regret it is translating into policy, bad and dangerous policy, tainted by racism, bigotry, hate-mongering, xenophobia and under a bad macroeconomic set of beliefs. As an Economist I denounce it. Even for those out of the USA this important, as we produce almost a quarter of the world's GDP (with only 5% of the global population) and what happens here do have an effect in the world. Most of my posts are not in politics, but those in politics are the most that attract attention and create a variety of intense feelings. It could be a great idea, adding a button or setting where one can filter out content, so, content that could be offensive and/or uninteresting could be weeded out from one's feed.19/10/2017 #2 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador@Francisco Lopez. I follow those that I respect and I enjoy their contributions. I follow you on LI and beBee due to your relevant contributions. I'm with @Javier 🐝 beBee, I don't read anything relating to politics because I need a break from the drama, thus the reason I enjoy beBee. I don't notice beBee being heavy ended in politics plus I can use the hide buzz feature for articles I don't want to be bothered with.
I believe you can share your own posts ( but not buzzes) to hives that you own.
- Producer18/10/2017Filosofía del Derecho Filosofía del derecho La filosofía: para vivir El derecho: para convivir La filosofía del derecho: “para desenvolver el concepto del Derecho y ver cómo aparece en la vida humana” (R. Stammler) El valor de la filosofía ha de medirse no tanto...
- Producer18/10/2017Hey College Students! Take Off Your Headphones and Open Your Doors!Recently I returned to my college alma mater for homecoming weekend, a chance to watch football, rekindle old friendships and, as is my passion, visit with my school’s current crop of students so I have some idea of what our nation’s highest...
- ProducerWhen there's nothing left (and you want to give up)When you are about to throw the towel. When the fears and comfort zone are crying inside loud to their maximum level. Suddenly everything seems to go wrong and you have been left alone, where no-one else can see. It seems as if the world was about...
- Producer17/10/2017EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN- A CONFUSING STATEMENT!Shymal is a poor farmer with a small amount of land to till of his own. He along with his wife’s diligence, they are capable to yield food crops and other seasonal crops and somehow managed to maintain his family. His daughter, Anita is now...
Comments17/10/2017 #5 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee"Are not those perpetrators getting approval of majority men by making these incidents as trifle? "
I was just talking to my tenants--young men both--about this yesterday. It has long been disseminated that this is a man's world. Women who speak out against the system are shamed and ignored by most. They agreed this is just plain wrong. Hopefully, we will grow as a race to be totally inclusive.17/10/2017 #1 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeA saddening rape story with far-reaching effects. Thank you @Debasish Majumder for highlighting a hot issue. One other thought in your buzz that got me thinking is your writing "Naturally, they tend to shun their roots". In they you were referring to medical doctors. Aren't we always in going back to the land where from we came out?
- Producer17/10/20174 Tipps zu mehr FokusObwohl Technologie ein Segen für uns ist und uns das Leben vereinfacht, buhlen und konkurrieren Handy-Alerts, Social-Media-Plattformen, dauernde Berieselung von Werbebotschaften und viele andere Aktivitäten um unsere Aufmerksamkeit. Wir sind...
- Producer16/10/2017Survivors VS VictimsI’ve been sick for weeks; groveling in tributes to my body in the form of chicken soup and OJ. Lowering myself to this status began when I attended a speaking engagement on sexual assault and rape at a local college. I coughed mightily throughout...
Comments18/10/2017 #29 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#28 The first time I was assaulted was when I was a 16yo child with no knowledge of male anatomy other than what I had seen at the Smithsonian in DC. You almost sound like sexual assault is acceptable. It is not. Not for men nor for women. It is also not okay for anyone to shield a predator. This happens all too often. The one case I approached for prosecution involved a child predator. His colleagues and others completely shielded him. That post I list in this article holds all the proof necessary. There were too many damned victims in that one. I learned the land of proof the hard way, so I started collecting everything I could. If that man invaded the nightmares of people, we surely invaded his.18/10/2017 #28 Nicole Chardenet#26 Interestingly as someone who's never been raped, I *do* find it hard to believe...but feelings don't matter. I did some research on that statistic too which shows you just how unscientific the stats are. As for being 'sexually assaulted', well, that's happened to *all* of us at one time or another, and probably to a sizeable chunk of men too.
You were right in your post about how women need to go for the prosecution and the police *immediately*. Rape is always going to be a difficult crime to prove if it's just two people alone together...if there's *any* proof that it actually occurred, the time to bring it to the attention to the police is *right now*, and to do otherwise is to seriously risk having no case at all. It's an ugly fact but there it is. Too many "feminists" think that due process doesn't apply to accused rapists, whereas it's still *innocent until proven guilty*. Glad to see you haven't taken that stance.18/10/2017 #26 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#25 Actually--I did some research on that statistic, and having been sexually assaulted twice and raped twice over the course of my life, I did not find it hard to believe. I have one printed-out website in my car and will list it here when I bring it up. Any unwelcome sexual attention--well--is just that. I always wanted to be recognized for my brains rather than my frontal appendages. I worked in male fields all my life. It wasn't easy.18/10/2017 #25 Nicole ChardenetJoyce, I think it's brave of you to have gone for prosecution in your case rather than settling for expulsion. However, re the young women who've been trained to believe the ENTIRE system is stacked against them, it's been the tenor of the "Women's Studies" classes they've been taking since the late 80s, early 90s. Victim feminism has taught women to be weak and disempowered and to regard all men as the enemy, rather than fighting back. Yes, the system is stacked against women in many ways, but it's not hopeless. Women DO win in court, and I suspect it happens more often than we know because victim feminists would rather lament the 'one that got away' rather than the victories.
I will say one thing though: You need to be careful about the statistics you disseminate. Wildly exaggerated and non-supported rape and sexual abuse statistics are part of the reason why women still find it so hard to be believed. I'm working on a blog post about this, not sure when it's going up...but i will warn you you might not like some parts of it. My brand of feminism is a bit muscular for some. At any rate, that 25% figure regarding sexual assault on campuses is considered largely questionable depending on how it's presented and how rape/sexual assault is defined...which is very broadly these days. That's the only part of your post I take issue with. Exaggerated sexual assault stats will be addressed in my post which I wrote before I read this one.17/10/2017 #22 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#14 Professionals need to be taken to task in their views on sexual assault. When I first started organizing our case, I simply thought I was doing the right thing and I was. To have been batter, abused, and made to feel criminal in promoting justice was incomprehensible and horrifying to me. Getting something online is my way of documenting what happened.17/10/2017 #21 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#13 Brian--I got out against these problems to voice my belief that change is needed. You just seem to want to voice anger. There were many boys involved in our case. But I pick and choose my battles--using what happened to me and others--to show change is needed. It is impossible to do so by creating a wide swath against a corrupt system. Calm down and use your voice for change. not for drama.17/10/2017 #18 Joanne GardockiThank you, @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee, for your courage and working for change. The ugly truth must be seen to be understood, changed, healed. There is great power in moving from victim to survivor. May our powerful survivor-self move to a place of winner or hero-self in the process. Be well my friend. ::hugs::17/10/2017 #16 Nicole Chardenet#13 I believe you, Brian. I have an ex-boyfriend who suffered sexual abuse at the hands of his mother.
https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/11/the-understudied-female-sexual-predator/503492/17/10/2017 #13 Brian McKenzieMe too. Over course it was an old hag relative in a position of 'respect' in the community - so it conveniently never happened. And of course, boys are never raped, suffer bulemia / anorexia or swept under by the MN / Social Work machine.
Nope - women never rape boys, keep telling yourself that.17/10/2017 #12 Jerry FletcherJoyce, You are not alone raging against the tide predators. A movie I was watching the other night suggested what I believe to be the appropriate punishment for these perpetrators. Take two ten-penny nails drive them through the perps testicles into a log then push him backward off the log.
- Producer16/10/2017Delivering The First Sexbot To The White House.Even as a prototype, she's still eerily human in an Annie Lennox, sisters-doing-it-for-themselves kind of way.“Get up, uh, get on up, like a sex machine, get on up.” James Brown“This is amazing,” President Trump was saying as I unwrapped Melania2,...
- Producer16/10/201711 Reasons Why To Build Your Personal Brand?There are many reasons to build your personal brand Of course there are the obvious ones, directly related to income levels and standard of living. There are also the less obvious self-esteem boosting reasons and more fulfillment at work can mean...
Comments16/10/2017 #14 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador@Nathaniel Schooler 🛩 Brand Marketer get on FB, so I can see You. ABM server detected this: https://anchor.fm/nathaniel-schooler?at=952861 quite cool.
Do we do a short 10-15 minutes format today to keep audience entertained and aware of what is coming next (so FB events planning to do)16/10/2017 #13 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassadorquoting: " Do not become just another carbon copy of someone else you have seen online who you think looks good! Be yourself and don’t be afraid to move forward and grow into the person that you would like to be and in many cases already are.".....in other words for twitter 140 char. BeBee #Yourself because everyone else is taken.16/10/2017 #10 Nathaniel Schooler 🛩 Brand Marketer#8 I agree completely Jerry it amazes me too how they find so many words to confuse people...a wise man said keep it simple stupid...unfortunately many specialists still don’t understand their best sourf of referrals could be people who have no clue as to what they actually do...lol16/10/2017 #8 Jerry FletcherNathaniel, Good points all. Many times I find that people just beginning this work are baffled by the difficulty in finding a simple answer to the question "What do you do?" The piece of advice they seem to reflect back from my talks most often is that the answer should be conversation, not a commercial.16/10/2017 #6 Nathaniel Schooler 🛩 Brand MarketerI agree repositioning of your brand and changing direction in your career is not easy. It is certainly possible with some time and effort. The main issue is not with society but actually being able to explain what you do in words that not only explain the key fundamentals but in fact engages the audience long enough so their goldfish brains listen to what you are saying long enough to take action...#516/10/2017 #5 AnonymousWell if you are right, it is very important to create a brand but what they do not tell you is how difficult it is to change the course of your professional life.
Society has changed so much and is changing so rapidly that you sometimes think you are losing your way.
Best regards.16/10/2017 #4 Nathaniel Schooler 🛩 Brand Marketer#1 Hi @Proma 🐝 Nautiyal I did see your blog, but rather than addressing the very good points you make in it decided to share this as it addresses most of the reasons people need to brand themselves. Building your personal brand is something that is achieved through hard work and taking the time to share with the world a few different elements.
1) What do you do (in words people understand)
2) What gives you authority and credibility in your marketplace
3) Why are you different and or better than anyone else
If you can answer these elements in enough detail then you will be at the beginning of building a personal brand as you now need to put them into words that resonate with your audience and add some magic sauce ;-)16/10/2017 #1 Proma 🐝 NautiyalWhat an empowering buzz on personal branding, @Nathaniel Schooler 🛩 Brand Marketer! I really like reading your buzzes and following your live videos. I am often asked "Why Personal Branding?" This buzz will be an excellent share to help address their questions regarding personal branding.
I recently wrote a buzz on "Why Embracing Personal Branding Seems So Difficult To Many? (And How to Overcome it)", it would be great if you could give it a read and let me know what you think of it and if there is anything that I have missed and should address to build on my personal branding efforts. Tagging you on my buzz. Thank you!
- Producer16/10/2017Agieren anstatt reagierenSich bewusst zu werden, wann man reagiert und in welchen Situationen man agiert (in einer bestimmten/bewussten Weise handeln) ist lohnenswert. Es ist zwar eine der vielen Verhaltens(ver-)änderungen, die leichter gesagt als getan werden, aber man...
- Producer14/10/2017The Tangling of Words.The more words we use, the more we abuse, and the more we abuse the more words we use.“What you’ve got to say, you say.” Shel SilversteinAs simple as Silverstein’s poems may seem, they were a daily struggle. He was a constant revisionist. More...
Comments15/10/2017 #2 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorI like this piece and specifically your statement "Perhaps that’s what we all need in our writing. We need a little truth, a little bravery, and a lot more fun. Otherwise, we’ll continue sounding like those In Memoriams." It seems to me some writers try too hard.
- Producer13/10/2017Boost Your Talent and And Get Your Dream Job: Career DevelopmentI fully recommend this book "Boost your talent and get your dream job" from Tanja Pirnat. It is an inspiring and motivational book which can help you discover what you really want to do in your life professionally. It discloses all the things you...
Comments14/10/2017 #8 Lisa 🐝 GallagherThis comes in handy right now @Javier 🐝 beBee! Because of my writings on beBee - my Dr. saw them, he asked me if I would consider being on the Board of the Mental Wellness Association. He feels I have a strong skill set and a lot to offer the community. I was then introduced to the director and offered a job today working in the Mental Health Field. I am afraid to get too excited but I must admit, I am!!! My writing about Mental Health is being seen and taken seriously- as in a professional manner. I was also told if I work for them, my anxiety and panic disorder would never be an issue and I would never had to make excuses and hide it. It's lovely to see that people are becoming more informed. I need to update my resume so this is awesome!
- Producer13/10/20173 Schlüsselmomente im LebenPer Zufall, via Conor Neill, stolperte ich über Warren Rustands drei Schlüsselmomente im Leben, die mir sehr bekannt vorkommen:Erkennen, warum ich hier bin.Entscheiden, etwas dafür zu tun.Tatsächlich anzufangen, etwas dafür zu tun.Und Warren meint,...
- Producer12/10/2017Personal Branding Or Not? Everyone has a personal brand whether they like it or not! What you choose to do with it is your choice.Personal branding is something many people avoid entirely. Fortunately here on beBee people understand it’s importance and many people want to...
Comments13/10/2017 #16 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorCongratulations and @Nathaniel Schooler 🛩 Brand Marketer for the suffix! 1700 viewers in 20 hours, with style. It seems that your urls links need more visual attraction with graphical banners. Let's work on that and the story telling about Marketing Labs in Toronto! (Feat. Garin.F)13/10/2017 #9 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorSweet short buzz + Live interview from the United Kingdom at Tinpickle & Rhum Brasserie exactly where Agatha Christie used to find inspiration and write her novels. Shared and My dear MybeBeeTV VIP co-host, I am looking forward to the next stunt together, with Jamie Robert Huse Chris Cota Lance Scoular...Let's join the intranet conference for the 405 members of MybeBeeTV live shows tomorrow.
- Producer12/10/2017Blind Ignorance: The Day I Lost My Sight & Woke Up To The Smell of RosesShe spoke so fast all the words sort of melted into a slur, but her intriguing crooked mouth and her deep husky man's voice, made my ears prick up and I sauntered over to the counter to get a closer look at her face and work out what part of the...
Comments14/10/2017 #8 Ness Campagnaro#7 I often wondered what happened to her, but I know, wherever Rhonda is, she is tough enough to deal with any situation. I like to think she has mellowed, but I know she is still spinning like a whirling banshee somewhere, cashing up and out and moving on....thanks for your words Lisa. More to come....14/10/2017 #7 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher@Ness Campagnaro, I had no idea where this story was headed but I was captured the entire time I was reading it. Wow, what a lesson to learn at such a young age. So glad your eyes healed up. Did you ever hear from Rhonda again? I'm going to guess her life took many turns, one can only hope it took a turn for the better as she matured. Great story, great story teller!13/10/2017 #3 CityVP 🐝 ManjitI am not a great story reader. On the odd occasions I get transfixed by a piece of writing and then I can't let go. That happened when I read Watership Down - a book about Rabbits, it happened when I picked up The Pearl by John Steinbeck, but these are few books. I was transfixed when I read this - riveting read !