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  1. ProducerJavier 🐝 beBee
    How These 3 Top CEO’s Use Social Media To Build Their Brand
    How These 3 Top CEO’s Use Social Media To Build Their BrandImage: http://www.8dimensions.net/blog/single/7 Article:  https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/how-these-3-top-ceos-use-social-media-to-build-their_us_583cbe69e4b0bb2962f177c4by John White, MBAWhen it comes to social media most top...
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    David B. Grinberg
    21/11/2017 #13 David B. Grinberg
    Kudos to @John White, MBA on the excellent article with advice that withstands the test of time. Nice feature of Javier and beBee too, very well deserved!
    Luana Diwie
    21/11/2017 #12 Anonymous
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    20/11/2017 #11 Javier 🐝 beBee
    #10 @Ken Boddie thanks. Much appreciated ... our australian super bee. Many thanks.... 🐝🐝🐝💪💪💪💪
    Ken Boddie
    20/11/2017 #10 Ken Boddie
    So let’s give our hurrah,
    To Javier Camara,
    Who visits our posts,
    Like there’s no tomorraw,
    It’s quite plain to me,
    He’s special, you see,
    ‘Cause he’s changed his name,
    To Javier beBee.
    @Julio Angel 🐝Lopez Lopez
    20/11/2017 #8 @Julio Angel 🐝Lopez Lopez
    Everything has a reason @Javier 🐝 beBee
    Hugo Chinchilla
    20/11/2017 #7 Hugo Chinchilla
    Great!!! Go, go, go @Javier 🐝 beBee
    Mamen 🐝 Delgado
    20/11/2017 #6 Mamen 🐝 Delgado
    Great job @Javier 🐝 beBee!!! 👏
    Claire L Cardwell
    20/11/2017 #4 Claire L Cardwell
    That's great @Javier 🐝 beBee!
    feriha joshi
    20/11/2017 #3 feriha joshi
    congratulations !!
    Esther R. Nieva
    20/11/2017 #2 Anonymous
    Great!!
  2. ProducerJim Cody 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    Internal Customers are Just as Important as External Customers
    Internal Customers are Just as Important as External Customers Internal Customer refers to the interactions between all the employees who support the company and those who work on the front line with “The Customer”.Companies know who their external customers are, every employee is taught to embrace this...
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    Jim Cody 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    21/11/2017 #6 Jim Cody 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    #5 Yes they are @Franci 🐝 Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador if only companies management would realize it.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    21/11/2017 #5 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    Spot on @Jim Cody 🐝 Brand Ambassador. Employees can be a company's most important asset.
    Edward Lewellen
    21/11/2017 #3 Edward Lewellen
    Absolutely on target, @Jim Cody 🐝 Brand Ambassador!
    Jim Cody 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    21/11/2017 #2 Jim Cody 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    Many thanks @Harley King. However many companies need a Paradigm shift for culture to change.
    Harley King
    20/11/2017 #1 Harley King
    @Jim Cody 🐝 Brand Ambassador. In some respects, internal customers are just as important as external customers. People need to work together as a team. If employees are not courteous and friendly with each other, it will ultimately have a negative impact on the external customers. If management does not treat the employees well, they will not treat the external customers with courtesy and respect. If managers want a great customers service culture, they need to treat the employees in the manner they want the employees to treat the customer. Excellent article.
  3. ProducerSabrina Cadini

    Sabrina Cadini

    20/11/2017
    Integrity gives you real freedom
    Integrity gives you real freedom“Integrity gives you real freedom: You have nothing to fear because you have nothing to hide” ~ Adel De MeyerIf you don’t know Adel De Meyer yet, visit her website to learn more about the awesomeness about her, and start following her on all of her...
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    Jim Cody 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    21/11/2017 #2 Jim Cody 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    Integrity is everything. Without trust you cannot have leverage over anything.
    Many thanks for a great bit of honey. Buzz on!!!
    Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    21/11/2017 #1 Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    Great Buzz. Beware, Never Sacrifice Integrity for Growth. You can lose it in the blink of an eye, yet it could take a lifetime to create again with others.
  4. ProducerGeoff Hudson-Searle
    Can you really fall in love with a robot?
    Can you really fall in love with a robot?Our company has just started to work with a new client who has developed a humanised robot, which they describe as a ‘social robot’. It is clear by my work to date with this company that advances in robotics and AI are starting to gain some real...
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    Jim Cody 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    21/11/2017 #17 Jim Cody 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    To me AL if continued on the path and current course will lead the world to a path of destruction worse than mankind has ever seen.
    Jim Cody 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    21/11/2017 #16 Jim Cody 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    #15 Spot on @Phil Friedman AL is dangerous borderline stupid in many cases.
    Phil Friedman
    21/11/2017 #15 Phil Friedman
    With all due respect, Geoff, when you say, "A new study has found that humans have the potential to emphasize with robots, even while knowing they do not have feelings ...", I think you (and possibly the researchers you cite) confuse "empathize" with "anthropomorphize". The current BS propagated by the Prophets (Profits?) of Artificial Intelligence plays on our willingness and ingrained tendency to anthropomorphize all manner of animate and inanimate objects in our world, from automobiles to boats to plants to cute little parlor tricks (like Siri and Alexa) that use voice recognition, synthesized speech, and algorithms to create the appearance of conversation. I knew a fellow once who "loved" his inflatable sex doll and said she was even better than a human companion because she didn't talk. Proving that we can grow to love just about anything as long as we keep our ability to self-delude active and strong. Cheers! https://www.bebee.com/producer/@friedman-phil/artificial-un-intelligence
    Deborah Levine
    20/11/2017 #14 Deborah Levine
    This is truly weird stuff @Geoff Hudson-Searle. what strikes me the most is the creation of these robots by men for men in Stepford Wives form. The issue isn't just the interpersonal dynamics with the robots but whether they could replace real women who nearly as obedient, submissive, or servant-like. And if not actually replace them, change the dynamics between men and women and the expectations, particularly of men, of women's role. I wonder what these robots would look like if they were all designed by women?
    Yogesh Sukal
    20/11/2017 #13 Yogesh Sukal
    #12 @Geoff Hudson-Searle I have seen both movies, there are two ways to look upon it, if really humans got feeling for future AI's then thats a kind of evolution to us, Either we become so much subjective that even objective AI seems to be one of our kind or become to much objective that we dont care of any subjective experiences. As i mentioned in my following buzz

    https://www.bebee.com/producer/@yogesh-sukal/science-philosophy-singularity-magic-of-absolutism

    The important is morality for humans and certain regulations or rules for AI's.

    Because if you see in the movies ex machina and her, how two AI's turned out to be, one with manipulative skills and one with love.

    Really enjoyed this contemplative buzz.


    cc : @David B. Grinberg @Deborah Levine @Susan 🐝 Botello @Phil Friedman
    Jim Taggart
    20/11/2017 #12 Jim Taggart
    This topic poses over time significant ethical, mental health and societal problems.
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    20/11/2017 #11 Mohammed A. Jawad
    Falling in love with a robot will turn out fallacy in loneliness!
    Geoff Hudson-Searle
    20/11/2017 #10 Geoff Hudson-Searle
    #5 wonderful @Ignacio Orna :-)
    Geoff Hudson-Searle
    20/11/2017 #9 Geoff Hudson-Searle
    #4 I am smiling @Lisa Vanderburg absolutely, AI/deep leaning and IoT applications with any robot = intelligent learning and connectivity. The humanized robot that my client has built has operated with 20,000 people it can sense your mood, humor and even ask you difficult questions. As i said to @Brian McKenzie people are using and not using dating sites, people feel lonely from dating sites and their interactions, then we feel unhappy, lonely, isolated and anti-social, next best choice is Samatha the ios operating system.be careful what you wish for indeed, for society to seek Sam or Samatha we become very sad individuals in deed and i do not feel we are too far away. Thank you for your wonderful comments, very thought provoking indeed! :-)
    Geoff Hudson-Searle
    20/11/2017 #8 Geoff Hudson-Searle
    #3 - agree with you @Brian McKenzie watching HER left quite an impression on me, one that made me write this blog. The fact that technology is making us humans anti-social, lonely and isolated is also a true fact, i can see Samanthas everywhere at one point, but like you its going to be much fun watching the chaos or should i say madness? :-)
    Geoff Hudson-Searle
    20/11/2017 #7 Geoff Hudson-Searle
    #2 Thank you @Randall Burns for your openess and honesty. I understand your skeptism this was me 6 months ago, but working with the technologists and a humanized robot, makes you realise that this falacy is not the future, its now. I agree across the media the AI/deepleaning and IoT hype is quite immence and going by Cisco's latest report its clear only 1 in 4 will succeed. These facts do make you think, more than you can believe. :-)
    Geoff Hudson-Searle
    20/11/2017 #6 Geoff Hudson-Searle
    #1 thank you @Debasish Majumder for your kind comments and for the share on this weeks blog. Have a great week!
    Lisa Vanderburg
    20/11/2017 #4 Lisa Vanderburg
    Fascinating buzz @Geoff Hudson-Searle, and terrifying! The trouble with AI is the second letter, meaning (in theory) it'll learn. Who will it learn from? Us. That's fine is one's 'beyond reproach' but now for the rest of us, I suspect. It's crazy that people have to use dating sites at 7.6 billion, but maybe we're just no longer happy with ourselves? Maybe bots are what most want, but it's a 'be careful what you wish for' kinda thing.
    Totally enjoyed the read though; I remember feeling sorry for the bot in Bladerunner - the one that found out she wasn't human.
    Brian McKenzie
    20/11/2017 #3 Brian McKenzie
    "Samantha" from 'HER' Cheated on Theodore with a big University mainframe . Technology is apparently not an answer, but it will be fun to watch the chaos AI Lovebots create.
    Randall Burns
    20/11/2017 #2 Randall Burns
    Interesting read @Geoff Hudson-Searle but I am skeptical as to the time frame that you discuss. @Phil Friedman posted an article almost a week ago, https://www.bebee.com/producer/@friedman-phil/artificial-un-intelligence along these lines but from a very different perspective. granted it's ALL conjecture at this point but it does make one think...
    Debasish Majumder
    20/11/2017 #1 Debasish Majumder
    lovely buzz @Geoff Hudson-Searle! enjoyed read and shared. thank you for such relevant buzz.
  5. ProducerSusan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess
    American Grammar Checkup: Issues with Gender-Neutral Pronouns
    American Grammar Checkup: Issues with Gender-Neutral PronounsYears ago, I remember talking with a friend who was (and still is) deep into technology. I admired her ability to keep up with it, because technology moves so quickly, and I also remember mentioning something about being happy to work with a topic...
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    Nicole Chardenet
    21/11/2017 #3 Nicole Chardenet
    "They" and "Them" does seem weird when talking about one person. The whole gender pronoun thing is fraught with more meaning than it should be. I was out with two friends last week, one of them had a gender-fluid child (actually 'they' are grown and married, but my friend can't call them 'my daughter' anymore so...) We disagreed on the whole gender pronoun thing, mostly because my stance is that there should be one third set of pronouns to rule them all (them's that aren't male or female anyway) and the fairly extremist SJWs of the gender-fluid set (oh there I go sounding a bit like B.M. :) ) insist on a different set of pronouns for every label they come up with for themselves. My feeling is that a compromise is a third set of pronouns and my friend, wanting to support her child, goes with the multiple pronouns. Although she herself struggled with trying to be gender-neutral a few years ago when she tried to refer to her child as 'zie', one of the earliest gender-neutral pronouns to be invented. Now she has it easier with 'they' and 'them', as did I, although I struggled to refer to the young person as 'they' and 'them', I kept slipping up and using female pronouns because the last time I saw the person, well...she was a cute little teenage girl :) So she's still female in my head even though I try to make this accommodation for her mother (the party in question lives in the States now and I haven't seen them for many years).

    Your suggestions are spot-on and I think i will share these on Facebook and solicit comments from the mother of the Person Formerly Known As Female :) OTOH, I don't know that they would work too well for a document of any real length! Well, we as a society will work it out one of these days :)
    Ken Boddie
    20/11/2017 #2 Ken Boddie
    Guilty as charged, Susan. Ever since I attended a gender bias presentation at work I must admit to having overused ‘he/she’ without realising it could be ‘clunky’. Now I’ll attempt to use ‘they’ more often. I just hope ‘they’ aren’t the same ‘they’ who sent me to the zoo the other day. ‘They’ only had one animal ..... a dog. It was a shitzu. 😂
    John Rylance
    20/11/2017 #1 John Rylance
    To avoid pitfalls if not using a proper name then express in the plural. It appears to me put any of no or yes examples into the plural and they meet the criteria of 5.
  6. ProducerElisa White

    Elisa White

    20/11/2017
    Get Unique CFO Email Database
    Get Unique CFO Email DatabaseWhat can be better that being able to directly get in touch with a company's CFO to promote your firm and your services? Yes, Global Data Brokers makes this possible for you. With our extensive customer information categorized in various data...
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  7. ProducerSavvy Raj

    Savvy Raj

    20/11/2017
    What was, is and might be!
    What was, is and might be!Times we live in today with so called modern connectivity challenges us in every step to conform and yet can completely make us feel alienated in the non conforming ... Many of us are feeling the pinch a jab of what reality is turning out to...
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    Mohammed A. Jawad
    20/11/2017 #10 Mohammed A. Jawad
    Perhaps, when we unveil our identities step by step we all become cautious for every step to be taken. In remaining obscure, we hold fleeting thoughts and lives, and forget and refresh ourselves by the dawn and dusk in this very digital, global village. Somehow, social media keeps our sinews soaring and we cherish dual states, that is, virtual and real worlds in disproportionate manner.
    Savvy Raj
    20/11/2017 #9 Savvy Raj
    #8 .Thank you @Jerry Fletcher for your highlighting the depth of many of the comments on Bebee buzzes. It is no wonder that they continue to inspire us all.
    Fascinating , what is revealed in the strength of the interconnects.
    Jerry Fletcher
    20/11/2017 #8 Jerry Fletcher
    Savvy, Don't ever stop weaving your insights. Diving into the comments here on beBee is a way to find concentrated wisdom and a way to gain perspective on issues we may not have considered. Thank you for this helpful revisiting.
    Savvy Raj
    20/11/2017 #7 Savvy Raj
    #6 Maybe in our cosmic sense we can slow down and understand the essence of smooth.... Taking a moment to sense the wisdom in reflections.@Joel Anderson Thoroughly enjoyed your valuable inputs in the tapestry of thoughts.
    Joel Anderson
    20/11/2017 #6 Joel Anderson
    Smooth is fast. When we take the time to open our eyes to truly see, open our ears to hear, and open our minds to think beyond the moment we just might be getting somewhere. Far too often we allow the speed of things to cloud or hide the interwoven nature of things. The interactions, the inter-dependencies, the connections, the story's, the things we take for granted and yes, even the steps yet to come. May be a stretch but your writing made me think of humanity. We just may be like the Aspen tree(s). Where the roots are connected and interwoven and on the surface appear to be individual entities when in reality, they are one community. Maybe in our cosmic sense we can slow down and understand the essence of smooth. @Savvy Raj Keep making a difference: one person, one step at a time.
    Savvy Raj
    20/11/2017 #4 Savvy Raj
    #2 Dear @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee Personally delighted to share this one on and for Bebee , for all these comments , were a treat to interconnect . Many paths do lead us home enriched in the experience after all !Thank you .
    Savvy Raj
    20/11/2017 #3 Savvy Raj
    #1 Dear @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee I am so glad you think so as I was personally keen on seeing this word ,Tapestry somewhere in the Interweaving of thoughts as truly each of the comments had enriched my thoughts in their own special way .
    Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    20/11/2017 #2 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Dear @Savvy Raj- every quote in your outstanding buzz is a concentrated drop of honey. I salute you for putting many quotes in such a coherent manner. I enjoyed immensely your buzz and the great thoughts embedded in it. Shared proudly
    I thank you for my mention. I am truly privileged
    Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    20/11/2017 #1 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Love the way you have woven the warp and weft of conversations and ideas. A wonderful tapestry.
  8. ProducerDeidré Wallace

    Deidré Wallace

    20/11/2017
    Are You Closing Potential Career Doors Without Realising Why?
    Are You Closing Potential Career Doors Without Realising Why?Are You Closing Potential Career Doors Without Realising Why?Social media has changed how we do business. Via social media we can build our brands, sell our products or our services, in ways that were not available or even conceivable, only a few...
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    Deidré Wallace
    20/11/2017 #2 Deidré Wallace
    Thank you, John Rylance.
    John Rylance
    20/11/2017 #1 John Rylance
    Good advice.
  9. ProducerMahesh Kumar

    Mahesh Kumar

    20/11/2017
    Why Transcription Employment Will Not Go Out of Trend
    Why Transcription Employment Will Not Go Out of TrendIf the word transcriptionist makes you think of people that quickly type doctors’ records, you only know about a small portion of the field. Transcription employment includes a diverse group of services such as medical, legal, business, educational,...
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  10. ProducerMohammed A. Jawad
    Excessive Long Lunch Breaks
    Excessive Long Lunch BreaksIt’s factual that employees are assets of an organization, and when they work hard and capably they ought to be appreciated and rewarded. However, when it comes to employees’ stance, they need to adhere to company’s rules and regulations.Well, what...
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    Nathaniel Schooler 🛩 Brand Marketer
    19/11/2017 #1 Nathaniel Schooler 🛩 Brand Marketer
    Workplace moral is so important, the problem also exists when people work in different departments they unfortunately don’t understand anything about the others roles and responsibilities.

    They should actually be asked to work in other departments so they can understand...
  11. ProducerLisa 🐝 Gallagher
    Hashtag, MeToo!  A Letter To My Former Boss
    Hashtag, MeToo! A Letter To My Former BossImage Source: https://www.dreamstime.comI was so excited when I accepted the position you offered me. You 'appeared' to be professional and quite friendly, that is, until you began to show your true colors.I'm guessing that your own job title (THE...
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    Ken Boddie
    19/11/2017 #18 Ken Boddie
    Hey, Lisa .....
    I can easily tell,
    This boss from hell,
    Was an unruly bully,
    And a creep as well.
    It appears to me,
    We can all agree,
    This bottom feeder,
    Sure ain’t no leader.
    Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    19/11/2017 #17 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    I don't understand how few men degrade themselves to this level. If they can not manage their "hands" touching others how they could even manage themselves?!!!
    You went through a hard experience @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher View more
    I don't understand how few men degrade themselves to this level. If they can not manage their "hands" touching others how they could even manage themselves?!!!
    You went through a hard experience @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher and emerged as victorious. Only if the battle was with a worthy man Close
    Cyndi wilkins
    19/11/2017 #16 Cyndi wilkins
    Rock on @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher...Me Too...I was eleven...Not an age where standing up for yourself is an option:-(
    Joel Anderson
    19/11/2017 #15 Joel Anderson
    Bravo.
    Pascal Derrien
    19/11/2017 #14 Pascal Derrien
    I am quite perturbed by the behaviours of many reps from my gender, I am sorry this has happened to you and other ladies :-(
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    19/11/2017 #13 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #10 Hi @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador, don't feel sad (easy to say eh?) But, honestly, I'm not sad anymore. I think a bit angry that I never told anyone and held it in for so long. I'm just happy that it wasn't worse, it sure could have been, considering all the stories we hear. Even with the 18 year old that pinned me down.. he weighed like 200 lbs, all muscle and was about 6'1. I was scared shitless when that happened. Thank God for my good male friend who hid in the bushes that night.
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    19/11/2017 #12 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #9 David B. Grinberg, thank you for your input, you made a lot of valid points. I want to believe that if this had happened to me today, I would have reported him. Amazing what fear can do- I think many women feel in a situation like mine, that they can deal with it. Also, I truly believe that many women feel others won't believe them. In the case of my ex-boss,he was very good friends with the Director of Human Resources.

    David, than you for being such a strong voice for women and others, you are a champion my friend.
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    19/11/2017 #11 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #7 I think women are finally feeling they can speak out loud. I think there are many, many women who were touched inappropriately or worse and kept it in like I did. I really am over it, I just get a bit angry when I think of the 'shoulda, woulda, could'ves ' Thanks for your kind response @Debasish Majumder!
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    19/11/2017 #10 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    I commend you for sharing this post-@Lisa 🐝 Gallagher! I feel sad because of what you went through but I am so proud of you for writing about your horrible experience. Brava!
    David B. Grinberg
    18/11/2017 #9 David B. Grinberg
    Lisa, I commend you for writing so eloquently about such a personal and daunting experience. Speaking out about sexual harassment is critically important to raising awareness and revealing the colossal extent of this inexcusably persistent problem, which has too often been swept under the rug by harassers and their cowardly cohorts. That's why I strongly encourage all men to likewise speak out and take a public stand against sexual harassment, which is never permissible in the workplace or any place.
    More men need to let harassers know that their sordid behavior towards women is never acceptable -- period! Moreover, harassers need to know there will be harsh repercussions for the outrageous and reprehensible actions. Further, I think sexual harassers need to be called out by name and publicly shamed by women and men alike -- in addition to facing the full extent of the law for their illegal conduct. Thanks again for sharing your story. This brutish behavior must end ASAP.
    Debasish Majumder
    18/11/2017 #7 Debasish Majumder
    this post of yours drawn me till the final full stop madam @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher! i felt utterly sad at the same time your self-esteem is of great pride to me. i enjoyed read and shared. thank you very much for the post madam.
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    18/11/2017 #6 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #4 Brutal brains, I like that term @Mohammed A. Jawad. Yes, women do need empowered. So many are abused in much more extreme ways, it's horrible to even hear of. When they report their abuse, the system needs to treat them as victims not liars (which happens in a lot of cases). If they are lying, it will come out in a court of law, until then, they are the victim. It's rare a woman would report false sexual abuse or harassment because they have to then share what happened to strangers (as in the law, a jury, lawyers and even health care). They feel violated all over again.
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    18/11/2017 #5 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #3 Thank you, I think this was one of the toughest I've written.
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    18/11/2017 #4 Mohammed A. Jawad
    Ah, mad men berserk with brutal brains need lashing lessons. @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher it's a great exposure with bravery to empower oppressed women who silently suffer the pangs of parasitic people.
    Kazi Najib Ashraf
    18/11/2017 #3 Kazi Najib Ashraf
    A really brave article
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    18/11/2017 #2 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #1 Exactly, it is never okay for a man to touch or grope a woman. I'm glad you were able to nip what happened before he thought it was okay to touch more. And, I'm glad he understood your gesture & you are both still friends :) I wish my Ex Boss would have apologized instead of getting his ego so bruised because he then took it out on me in a passive aggressive manner. I loved what I did, hated him back then.
    Lupita 🐝 Reyes
    18/11/2017 #1 Lupita 🐝 Reyes
    Spot on @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher!!

    “It’s never okay for a man to touch you without your permission” yes!!! And not only in the workplace, but in any other place and any other kind of relationship! Once I was talking with a good friend in a coffe shop and he was so enthusiastic ystarted touching my knee with some “familiarity”. Then, after a minute or two, I touched his fingers that, by the way we’re very close to my shoulders, (we were sitting in a booth) and he was surprised!!! I just asked him: Are they real? While I was staring at my knee, then his fingers and then his eyes. He didn’t do that again. And yes, we’re still friends! Thank you Lisa!!
  12. ProducerPaul "Pablo" Croubalian
    True Confessions: A Chef's Guilty Pleasures
    True Confessions: A Chef's Guilty PleasuresRandall Burns inspired this post with his "Love Mussel" post. I shared it around. Many people told me, "Yeah, well, you guys are trained chefs! You always eat fancy-pants stuff."No, we don't, although I do feel slightly hypocritical saying that. ...
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    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    20/11/2017 #18 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #17 LOL, I'm with your uncle on that one, @Wayne Yoshida. I prefer canned to fresh
    Wayne Yoshida
    20/11/2017 #17 Wayne Yoshida
    #13 #15 Great set of confessions @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian. I will have to read @Randall Burns story.

    Regarding the fear of what a chef will think, here is a story one of my uncles told us. He was the executive chef for all the Disney properties, and started with Walt when Disneyland opened all the way to the EPCOT era, Disneyland France and Tokyo.

    He would go to award dinners all over the place. He had a trophy case filled with some amazing victories. He told us about what they served at these banquets, and he said he could tell they served canned green (string) beans. . . and went on and on about that. But at the end, he said that he liked canned green beans, because of their saltiness and texture. Funny.
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    20/11/2017 #16 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #14 hum, escargot pizza? I'll have to think about that one, @Nicole Chardenet.
    Randall Burns
    19/11/2017 #15 Randall Burns
    #13 HaHa! That's ok @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian Everyone who knows me calls me that. It is funny dealing with other people's anxiety when they're cooking for me, (or any other Chef), and what I tell them is,

    "Don't worry, I'll eat ANYTHING, and I'm just glad and appreciative that someone else is doing the cooking"

    I think most Chefs/Cooks feel this way.
    Nicole Chardenet
    19/11/2017 #14 Nicole Chardenet
    LOL! Love this. You are an eeeeevil man for your porn addiction, Paul. At least as far as your heart is concerned :)

    Coming from a French family where I was introduced to escargots at age five or six and since coming to eat anything that doesn't move fast enough (that'll learn ya, Jimmy Hoffa!) I also have these guilty addictions, although in recent years as I've become more weight-conscious some of them I just don't indulge anymore. But yeah, I still occasionally long for KFC or McDoggie's. Although, I'm actually so old I remember when McD's wasn't the cardiovascular reign of terror it is today, so if they could go back to menu offerings from the early days - a simple cheesburger, 'small' fries that's actually a small order, and a chocolate shake, I might indulge there. I've eaten only once at a Mackey D's in the last 10 years, and that was when I was on the road and desperate.

    We had a professional chef in the family - Pierre Franey, 'the 60-minute gourmet' who also helped me develop a more sophisticated palate growing up than my peers in Florida and Ohio had. When he still maintained a friendship with Craig Claiborne, the then-NY Times food critic, we used to have great meals at Craig's house, too. unfortunately the latter descended into alcoholism and ill health and turned away from many of his friends. Before that happened, the two of them would get together all the time in Craig's kitchen and invent all new dishes. True masters!

    As for me, the next time i'm in Montreal, I want to try an Escargots Pizza!
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    19/11/2017 #13 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #6 I'm with you there, Randy Randy. (That's your new nickname BTW) But you must admit, we can put out stuff that others find complicated but actually takes us little effort.

    Example: I'm heading to my son's for dinner tonight. His girlfriend is stressed out. I think she's worried that the meal won't meet "chefs' standards." That's funny to me.

    Even in culinary school, after the Pastry course, a class graduation dinner at the school's dining room. The Professional Cooking side of the school was stressed out over serving a "Bunch of prissy Pastry Chefs."
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    19/11/2017 #12 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #8 Wrist on a charm bracelet might be the smartest thing
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    19/11/2017 #11 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #5 Yeah, I saw "Super Size Me" too. I didn't say it was good food... I said it was good
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    19/11/2017 #10 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #3 You're very welcome, @Laurent Boscherini
    Cyndi wilkins
    19/11/2017 #9 Cyndi wilkins
    Okay...I've been know to pop into MacDonald's while on a long drive...they are convenient and everywhere;..But I draw the line at the steamed hot dog at Costco...My stomach just churned thinking about what's in those things:-(

    But whatever it is that you enjoy @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian...never deny yourself a little indulgence...Man cannot live on 'air pockets' alone;-)
    Randall Burns
    19/11/2017 #8 Randall Burns
    I also wanted to say that I was laughing my ass off while reading through this, even the fourth time. Love the idea of the bell for the wife, around her neck, wrist, or toes?
    Nick Mlatchkov
    19/11/2017 #7 Anonymous
    #4 Indeed! Plenty of them.
    Randall Burns
    19/11/2017 #6 Randall Burns
    I've been dying to get to this post all day@Paul "Pablo" Croubalian but been busy at work. great post! Thank you for the plug and mention and I knew that a fellow Culinarian would understand that post. "Fancy" food? Really no such thing, there's expensive, exotic, rare ingredients, there's high end environments with expensive china, crystal, silver and wait staff with "an attitude" BUT if the food sucks, what's the point. You can have the "fanciest" nicest looking, beautiful work of art on a plate BUT if it is not produced WELL it is not worth the salt wasted on it. Now you could have the simplest most humblest dish but prepared with the best ingredients and impeccable techniques and taste, that dish is worth it's weight in gold. An example is the mussel dish from my article, very simple, humble, common ingredients, nothing "fancy" about it, BUT when you taste it... (no words to describe).
    Chefs/Cooks will eat anything and everything, especially when working, BUT our palates are very discerning and particular, I love grilled cheese and tomato sandwiches dipped into beef stew. (Made on baguette with extra sharp Canadian Cheddar, vine ripened tomato, fresh cracked black pepper, sea salt. Beef stew made with a Cabernet or Pinot Noir, Not that salted piss they call "cooking wine"). I've been known to eat fast food as well, I do LOVE Pizza!
    Brian McKenzie
    19/11/2017 #5 Brian McKenzie
    I quit eating McDonalds when I saw Biggie Size, that and the year old hamburger experiment 😲😨😫
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    19/11/2017 #4 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    Fun post-@Paul "Pablo" Croubalian. We rarely eat at McDonald's unless we're traveling. I like their Egg McMuffins, fries, and coffee. The rest of their food doesn't appeal to me. I like Wendy's - do you have those in Canada?
    Laurent Boscherini
    19/11/2017 #3 Anonymous
    Thank you @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian for sharing again your excellent writing. That makes me laugh til the last line, such an funny and pantuagruélique reading!
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    18/11/2017 #2 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #1 Sounds like a plan if I ever get to South Africa, @Gert Scholtz
    Gert Scholtz
    18/11/2017 #1 Gert Scholtz
    @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian If you like these foods - then one day @Ian Weinberg and I will have to treat you to a traditional South African Braaivleis - pronounced "sauff effrican bryfleis" - just so you get the lingo that goes along with the beers.
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    Gert Scholtz

    18/11/2017
    Bertrand Russell on Uncertainty
    Bertrand Russell on UncertaintyIs there virtue in uncertainty?Bertrand Russell was a British philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, writer, social critic, political activist and Nobel laureate. He campaigned against the wars of his time, and he was an eccentric and...
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    Lada 🏡 Prkic
    20/11/2017 #51 Lada 🏡 Prkic
    Many great thinkers and scientists married more than once. According to Russell's words, his yearning for love was fully satisfied when he was 80 and married his fourth wife. He also said that knowledge and love are closely intertwined and together produce a good life.
    If there is no certainty in knowledge, is there a love that is so certain and without a doubt? I think there is, nay I am certain.
    Thank you for stimulating post, Gert.
    Edward Lewellen
    20/11/2017 #50 Edward Lewellen
    #45 There are no perfect men, @Phil Friedman, only perfect intentions.
    Gert Scholtz
    20/11/2017 #49 Gert Scholtz
    @Phil Friedman "The only certainty is that we live constantly and inescapably with uncertainty. And we are better for it. " I agree. Thanks Phil, for the comments on the post, and especially for your list of top 10 Western philosophers.
    Gert Scholtz
    20/11/2017 #48 Gert Scholtz
    @Milos Djukic Thanks for commenting Milos and for sharing ...from a galaxy far, far away....:) @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador Thank you for your comment Franci.
    Gert Scholtz
    20/11/2017 #47 Gert Scholtz
    #41 @Ian Weinberg Thank you for reading Ian - and I appreciate your comments. I sincerely hope wisdom becomes (even of only a little) more over time - you will know as well as I do we need it in our environment.
    Gert Scholtz
    20/11/2017 #46 Gert Scholtz
    #40 @Robert Cormack That is a stand out line and I look forward to your article Robert.
    Phil Friedman
    20/11/2017 #45 Phil Friedman
    I believe, @Gert Scholtz, that uncertainty is an existential state that does not preclude action. In that state, we recognize that action carries with it the risk of being wrong, but that we can see the need to act on the best of the alternatives as we perceive them... I think. The only certainty is that we live constantly and inescapably with uncertainty. And we are better for it. Cheers!
    Milos Djukic
    20/11/2017 #44 Anonymous
    A great testimony about uncertainty.
    Luke: “I don’t believe it.”
    Yoda: “That is why you fail.”
    Thanks @Gert Scholtz.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    20/11/2017 #43 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    Uncertainty is the first step toward certainty. Nice post @Gert Scholtz.
    Phil Friedman
    19/11/2017 #42 Phil Friedman
    #31 @Gert Scholtz, the following is my list of top ten. It is purely idiosyncratic, but based on what I deem to be level of original insight, lack of obscurity (save, perhaps for Wittgenstein), and contribution to reason and rationality. Plato, Aristotle, John Locke, David Hume, A.J. Ayer, Bertrand Russell, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Karl Popper, Noam Chomsky, Ian Hacking. Cheers!
    Ian Weinberg
    19/11/2017 #41 Ian Weinberg
    Howsit @Gert Scholtz Just flew in from Knysna. Scanned current posts and happpened upon your refreshing and inspirational contribution. I was beginning to get a little despondent with current posts - either just can't get my head around them or can't join the dots. But this is a great piece about a remarkable chap with IQ and EQ to boot! Just unfortunate that as a species we don't really get wiser with time - those Russel pearls apply more now to us than ever before. Mooi bly and have a great Jozie week!
    Robert Cormack
    19/11/2017 #40 Robert Cormack
    Thanks, @Gert Scholtz. I'm already thinking of an article around "I would never die for my beliefs because I might be wrong.
    Gert Scholtz
    19/11/2017 #39 Gert Scholtz
    #37 @Savvy Raj I think you strike at the heart of it Savvy, when you refer to "spaces in between of what is, was and the might be." A short and accurate description of uncertainty. Many thanks for reading and adding your good prose to the comments.
    Gert Scholtz
    19/11/2017 #38 Gert Scholtz
    #36 @Edward Lewellen What you highlight is the necessary tension between certainty of our core and adaptation to our roles. Once the dynamic tension is lost, adaptability reduces. Thanks reading and for a great comment Lewellen - one that made me think again.
    Savvy Raj
    19/11/2017 #37 Savvy Raj
    Quirky truths of certainity in the uncertainity! Is wisdom certain in itself ... or is it wise to be uncertain... of spaces in between of what is, was and the might be ? A very contempletive collection of Russell's reflections.... @Gert Scholtz View more
    Quirky truths of certainity in the uncertainity! Is wisdom certain in itself ... or is it wise to be uncertain... of spaces in between of what is, was and the might be ? A very contempletive collection of Russell's reflections.... @Gert Scholtz And great inspiration there in your conclusion with the benefit of doubt. Close
    Edward Lewellen
    19/11/2017 #36 Edward Lewellen
    @Gert Scholtz, I present regularly on the human mind and what I share is that we need Certainty to fulfill the stable part of ourselves, our Core Identity, the person we are when we strip away all the roles we play. We need Uncertainty for the constantly changing roles we play outside our Core Identity.
    Our roles thrive on Uncertainty because they are fluid. Yet, most people try to treat their roles as if they are stable and permanent. As soon as they believe a role to be stable, it changes. This, I believe, is the reason so many people can't find happiness and satisfaction; they are trying to fulfill roles that are constantly changing, instead of their Core Identity, which they have lost in the roles they play.
    Ken Boddie
    19/11/2017 #35 Ken Boddie
    I guess it all falls back on death and taxes, Gert 🤗
    Gert Scholtz
    18/11/2017 #34 Gert Scholtz
    @Nick Mlatchkov I didn't notice Nick - but I will watch for the honey on the "Espinoza guy". Thanks.
    Nick Mlatchkov
    18/11/2017 #33 Anonymous
    Gert, did u notice the next honey is from a guy named Espinoza, which is also the name of another philosopher! lol
    Gert Scholtz
    18/11/2017 #32 Gert Scholtz
    #16 @Lisa Vanderburg Very happy to see that you enjoyed the post Lisa! And what is better than once in a while, to laugh at the uncertainty, truths and half-truths around us - whatever we perceive them to be. Special thanks for reading, sharing and commenting.
  15. ProducerDeb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Learning from our Experience
    Learning from our ExperienceFrom babies to old age,  life is a continual choice. One choice after another every day.With each choice is an experience of life.With each choice and experience, we create the opportunity to be conscious, learn, adapt and change moment by moment,...
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    Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    18/11/2017 #19 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #10 thank you for engaging your passions @Debasish Majumder you are such a prolific learner and sharer.
    Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    18/11/2017 #18 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #9 yes @Laurent Boscherini a gift, priceless - there is so much to be grateful for - thanks for connecting.
    Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    18/11/2017 #17 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    @Yogesh Sukal loved your post about life and libraries and our stories #8
    There is so much we can learn from each of our stories when we stop and listen and we make it safe for each of us to share.
    Randall Burns
    18/11/2017 #16 Randall Burns
    #12 It's always great to read your stuff @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee And I don't really have any input at this point due to the fact that it is a complete post, and I'm still absorbing and digesting. I will get back to it though. ;-)
    Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    18/11/2017 #15 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #7 dear @Lisa Vanderburg yes I hear you , I see you, I sense you are a great at learning at about your life and uncovering your gifts.
    Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    18/11/2017 #14 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #6 thank you for engaging @Carl E Reid - it all sounds so easy but is so hard to do.
    Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    18/11/2017 #13 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #5 @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee thank you for engaging. I agree with you it is not just about having information available but doing something with it to make a difference to our lives and others. There is so much information out there - how do we engage with that information to make a difference to our lives.
    Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    18/11/2017 #11 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    @Mohammed A. Jawad #3 - loved your comment about righteous living. I wateched a video this morning about being aware enough to notice what is going on around us, and then energised enough to take care and do something about it if something needs doing- righteous living. Thanks for your interest.
    Debasish Majumder
    18/11/2017 #10 Debasish Majumder
    lovely insight @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee! enjoyed read and shared. thank you for the buzz madam.
    Laurent Boscherini
    18/11/2017 #9 Anonymous
    #1 @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee, learning is still recreational for me, even if sometimes it has been less easy to be understood like that. It is a priceless and permanent gift from and to people and life.
    Yogesh Sukal
    18/11/2017 #8 Yogesh Sukal
    Learning is never ending autocyclic process but one has to stop and rethink the direction of learning,

    As life itself is library within a library

    https://www.bebee.com/producer/@yogesh-sukal/the-life-library-within-a-library View more
    Learning is never ending autocyclic process but one has to stop and rethink the direction of learning,

    As life itself is library within a library

    https://www.bebee.com/producer/@yogesh-sukal/the-life-library-within-a-library

    Hope you like it :) Close
    Lisa Vanderburg
    18/11/2017 #7 Lisa Vanderburg
    It is indeed perfect for fractals forever, serene @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee! Loved the buzz...it has a calming lilt to it that is most soothing for my life; watch, wait, react. That's what I do, but you help me to think I can do it from better place; thank you!
    Carl E Reid
    18/11/2017 #6 Carl E Reid
    Excellent article Deb. You're so right . . . Life is about choices and maximizing the learning experience from each choice.
    Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    18/11/2017 #5 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    "If we choose to engage and learn from our experience, we create opportunities for rich learning that can make a difference to our lives and the lives of others at any age".
    Great message. Rich learning by livjing our experiences fully with our senses and brains.
    It is not only the availavbility of information; it is also living the experience of ennoying it. Thank you @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee.
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    18/11/2017 #3 Mohammed A. Jawad
    Good insights to dig our conscience, aim for appropriate actions and gauge our performance.

    Life with all goodness turns into righteous living!
    Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    18/11/2017 #2 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Thanks for sharing in fractals forever @Milos Djukic - learning from our experience, can be an ongoing fractal in motion.
    Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    18/11/2017 #1 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Thanks for reading and sharing @Laurent Boscherini - love to hear your stories about learning from your experience.
  16. ProducerAndrew 🐝 Goldman
    Not again!
    Not again!Some actions do piss us off. How it happens that there are things that we like and those that we hate? Besides, different people like different activities. And that is a great issue preventing most of the people from finding their true purpose. If...
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    Geoff Hudson-Searle
    18/11/2017 #7 Geoff Hudson-Searle
    Interesting read @Andrew 🐝 Goldman I guess its true to say at different times of our lives we will need and want different types of relationships. Neither is better or worse than the other, it is all a personal decision and one that you will feel guided to as long as you are following your heart. our childhoods taught us to value love; but our institutions, cities, and technology have taught us to fear commitment and put choice first. We are trapped in a self-perpetuating cycle of emotional distance with each other. Most of us really want love at some point, but our actions are at war with this desire. We maintain emotional distance because we fear commitment and rejection, not because that is our true self. We replace the feeling of true intimacy with short term flings, long term noncommittal hook-ups, and sex. We comfort ourselves knowing at least we’re not feeling the stinging pain of a broken heart, at least we don’t have to deal with real emotions. My belief is that we have trapped ourselves in a cycle that we are all complicit within.
    Renée  🐝 Cormier
    18/11/2017 #6 Renée 🐝 Cormier
    I always say the most important relationship you have is the one you have with yourself. Happiness is a choice to allow yourself to feel good, no matter where you are. It does not reside in any other place. People think that if they could do or have certain things, then they would be happy, but it doesn't work that way at all. What is happening around you is a direct reflection of your dominant emotion. Think about it. Miserable people are continually bombarded by miserable circumstances. They aren't unlucky. They are unwittingly creating their reality. Likewise, people with positive things happening in their lives are receiving those things because their general mood is positive. Guard your happiness. Eliminate negative talk and negative people from your life, choose better feeling thoughts and be conscious of your mood and emotions in every moment. I challenge those who read this to practice this for 30 days and see what changes happen around you. Check out Abraham Hicks videos: https://youtu.be/4Wv8W1HEKmA
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    18/11/2017 #5 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    Being positive takes less energy than being negative. Happiness can be contagious - spread it around!
    Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    17/11/2017 #3 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    Very true, with some folks being part of the environment grown up in, but you can change, takes will, inertia & PMA
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    17/11/2017 #1 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    We do become our environment, either positive or negative. Choose to be around positive people, not emotional vampires. Great message @Andrew 🐝 Goldman
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    The Saga of Cracks, La saga de las grietas
    The Saga of Cracks, La saga de las grietasLook painful? It is. I’d been sick for weeks. After I crawled out of that abyss, I regained confidence. Too much, I’d say. Remember that glorious feeling you get when the dimness of sickness leaves your body? I remember it, but it no longer...
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    Jerry Fletcher
    18/11/2017 #4 Jerry Fletcher
    Joyce. Even when you limp people don't acknowledge the pain. You are one kick-ass lady in my book.
    Don Philpott☘️
    17/11/2017 #3 Don Philpott☘️
    "I was like that choo-choo train, murmuring in my head, I think I can. I think I can. I know I can. I did." :)
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    17/11/2017 #2 Mohammed A. Jawad
    Ah, what a painful past and still @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee you surpassed saddening situations with all courage. With such a show of mettle even sickness and hardships escape from a persevering soul like you. May the Lord of the humankind bless you with good health!
    Pascal Derrien
    17/11/2017 #1 Pascal Derrien
    Ah Joyce ..... I don't have anything smart to say :-( You are a hell of a driving force you know that :-)
  18. ProducerBirnoveanu Irina
    Happy customers?
    Happy customers?What we can do with nervous customers that affect the life's work of our employees?It is important to have happy customers but some people are difficult to extract from the shell of their anger.They come unhappy or are such preoccupied of their...
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    Birnoveanu Irina
    18/11/2017 #2 Birnoveanu Irina
    #1 Thank you Preston for your words!
    Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    18/11/2017 #1 Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    @Birnoveanu Irina Great Buzz. I have also learned not to push hard on prospects. For example, "Less is More." I would rather have more loyal customers buying products with at a lower profit, than push hard and make a sale and make a large profit, but never see that customer again. If I lose that relationship, I am now in the hardest part of my entire part of business, "Getting Leads."
    I made this mistake years ago when I sold vacuums. I sold these for about 6 months. I noticed that the customers who I pushed hard to buy the product never called me again. Yet, the ones who I helped, truly help solved a problem, and even gave them a better price up front, became a returning customer. Sure I lost a big commission on the initial sale, but I made it up as they later would call me back for for vacuum materials when needed.
  19. ProducerGraham🐝 Edwards
    Moments — startups are not just for Ys and Zs anymore.
    Moments — startups are not just for Ys and Zs anymore."What's really bothering you?""Don't get me started — not taking advice and living in a fantasyland are the 2 that immediately come to mind.""Sounds like that other startup we were dealing with a while ago."   "Yeah  — it's the 'I'm the entrepreneur...
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    Jerry Fletcher
    17/11/2017 #8 Jerry Fletcher
    Graham, The fact that experience can make a difference as you and @Phil Friedman point out is never more prevalent than when the new organization begins to seek funding. The order in which folks I know in the investing arena read a business plan is 1. Title page (your positioning statement should be there) 2. CVs of the company's officers, 3. Overview and then the rest. In my experience 80% of the decisions to fund are made on those few pages. Experience, market knowledge and proven capabilities count more than just about anything else.
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    17/11/2017 #7 Mohammed A. Jawad
    It's nasty when egoistic entrepreneurs who by their infant ideas coupled with measurable monies think that they can march forth, capture markets and pocket profits. But, without censure and counsel, they decide and demand campaigns from consultants and simply ignore their wise strategies.
    Phil Friedman
    17/11/2017 #5 Phil Friedman
    I am sympathetic, @Graham🐝 Edwardss, to what you're saying here. My trademark tagline for two decades has been, "... because experience always matters."

    I strongly believe in the truth of that because I've found that half the battle is knowing what NOT to do. Only experience can train you to recognize potential paths of action that will ultimately lead nowhere or to a dead end -- thereby enabling you to avoid wasting valuable and limited resources pursuing those paths.

    Another verity which I cite often -- for example, in my book "Ten Golden Rules for Successful New Build Projects" is that much of the time solid experience trumps "creative brilliance" when the goal is to produce a product or run a profitable business.

    http://www.yachtbuildadvisor.com

    Good piece. Solid advice. Cheers!
    Brian McKenzie
    17/11/2017 #2 Brian McKenzie
    I quit trying to convince people in the star up realm, found a company overseas that was doing the channel and alignment that I was pushing. Much happier - P.S. I do know what I am doing - I open the next country in January ~ it won't be America.
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    17/11/2017 #1 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    NIce. I'm living proof that fifty-somethings can function in a start-up environment. I actually have another in the works and my wife thinks I've gone off the deep end.

    I do not believe I know everything! I know a lot of stuff a lot, and a lot of other stuff a little. Luckily, I have a varied advisor group and a wide selection of experts as myTweetPack members who aren't shy about sharing their wish lists, thoughts, and suggestions.
  20. ProducerDeborah Levine

    Deborah Levine

    15/11/2017
    Going Southern - Regional Diversity
    Going Southern - Regional DiversityWe often think of diversity as race, ethnicity, gender, and religion. Sometimes we add generational diversity, but rarely do add our diverse geography. Yet, our regional differences account for much of the controversies, culture clashes, and...
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    Deborah Levine
    17/11/2017 #19 Deborah Levine
    #17 Yes, @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher our history is full of immigrant stories that need to be told and retold. I didn't know about the Finnish contribution in Ohio - amazing. I wonder where the laborers went when they left Ashtabula. Wouldn't it be amazing if we could track down some of their descendants!
    Deborah Levine
    17/11/2017 #18 Deborah Levine
    Thanks for bringing up the Civil war. We need to understand our history in order to understand the present and plan for the future. Regional diversity is a very old reality, not a new concept. #16
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    17/11/2017 #17 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    I love how descriptive your video is @Deborah Levine. Enjoyed learning of your own journey from Bermuda to the South and why you chose that region. I grew up in Ashtabula, Ohio, a large port City long ago. We had many Finnish and Italian settlers who lived among each other within neighborhoods.

    "As early as 1872 one of the Finnish section gangs had been at work in Ashtabula Harbor laying track for the Ashtabula, Youngstown, and Pittsburgh Railroad.6 This labor crew was composed of twenty-five men and a female cook; among their number were Andrew Bloom and Kalle Kotka. The latter, a lad of about twenty, was killed by a train in the gravel pit of the A. Y. & P. Railroad on November 8, 1872, and thus became the first Finn to find his final resting place in Ashtabula.7 The Finnish laborers remained in the Harbor for only a short time but their presence did evoke the following comment from the Ashtabula Telegraph:" - http://www.genealogia.fi/emi/art/article222e.htm Interesting article!

    Thank you for sharing this, I will now share it with others :)
    Brook Massey
    17/11/2017 #16 Brook Massey
    #11 @Deborah Levine, in general, I do believe that the two cultures are distinct. Genetically, many Appalachian folk are of poor Scottish or Ulster-Scot descent. Historically, in the Civil War, obviously, most southern residents sided with the south. While, most Appalachian residents sided with the north: West Virginia splitting from Virginia and NE Tennessee trying to breakaway from Tennessee.
    Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    16/11/2017 #15 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    #14 your very welcome Deborah!
    Deborah Levine
    16/11/2017 #14 Deborah Levine
    Thanks for sharing on Twitter @Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador#13
    Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    16/11/2017 #13 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    Love ❤️ the buzz here & love the book!!!!
    Deborah Levine
    16/11/2017 #12 Deborah Levine
    #10 Yes, @David B. Grinberg, today's overlap of demographics, history, and geography is a vital part of understanding what is happening not only in a region but in national shifts both culturally and politically. I make the combination and confluence a basic element of my diversity training. How can I not?
    Deborah Levine
    16/11/2017 #11 Deborah Levine
    Thanks for the feedback @Brook Massey#9 Appalachian culture is indeed one-of-a-kind. I write about that more in the book, Going Southern. Years ago, when I was studying Appalachia in my urban planning masters, there was a claim that Appalachians are distinct not only in their culture but are a distinct DNA group. Would you agree?
    David B. Grinberg
    16/11/2017 #10 David B. Grinberg
    Nice blogging buzz, Deborah. I also like the video. I think geographic diversity overlaps with demographic diversity, a phenomenon dating back to the Civil War. However, this has become more pronounced today with Hispanics/Latinos and Asians being the fastest growing populations in the USA. In fact, any one group could largely be concentrated in a specific region. Thus, your thesis makes perfect sense!
    Brook Massey
    16/11/2017 #9 Brook Massey
    @Deborah Levine, most of my life has been spent in the hills of Kentucky. I did live a while in Alabama, though. The Appalachian culture of much of Kentucky, is a little different from Southern. You describe our Alabama experience perfectly. Appalachia is a less genteel, a little rougher. People talk fast and move slow.
    Deborah Levine
    15/11/2017 #7 Deborah Levine
    Yup, Turkey in the Straw is one of America's oldest folks songs and probably goes back to Celtic origins in the 1700s. Most folks don't know that my first publications were about dance history. #6
    Harvey Lloyd
    15/11/2017 #6 Harvey Lloyd
    #3 Turkey in the straw, that's taking it back. Had completely forgotten about that one.
    Deborah Levine
    15/11/2017 #5 Deborah Levine
    The e-book is available on Kindle/amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Going-Southern-No-Mess-Guide-Success-ebook/dp/B00D8F287C/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=
    Deborah Levine
    15/11/2017 #4 Deborah Levine
    #2 Delighted that you approve @Harvey Lloyd. No small matter!
    Deborah Levine
    15/11/2017 #3 Deborah Levine
    Yes @Harvey Lloyd, playing the music for them is always great fun, but you should see me teaching them to square dance. I learned Turkey in the Straw/Virginia Reel growing up in Bermuda - British roots to contra dance and all that. #1
    Harvey Lloyd
    15/11/2017 #2 Harvey Lloyd
    A bee is discussing the US southern culture and its evolution. The video is not only accurate but adds to the culture.
    Harvey Lloyd
    15/11/2017 #1 Harvey Lloyd
    Wow, can i say wow. For a "come here" as i have heard the label stated in southern states, meaning you ain't from here, with politeness, you really hit some highlights of southern culture. Southern Pride is something that is evolving but hasn't gone anywhere. We take God and country very seriously, not always correctly but very seriously. I added the read to the list. Thanks.

    Ps. i would have loved to have seen the group when you played the music.
  21. ProducerJim Murray

    Jim Murray

    15/11/2017
    Without Some Method, Any Creative Process Is, Sadly, Only Madness.
    Without Some Method, Any Creative Process Is, Sadly, Only Madness.I’m always busy. If I’m not busy doing work for my clients I’m busy marketing my business. It’s like a cyclone or hurricane that has been swirling around me since the early 1970s.I’ve been in this hurricane for so long that I truly believe I would...
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    Cyndi wilkins
    17/11/2017 #11 Cyndi wilkins
    "Everybody needs some sort of method or structure to work within. Not having this structure will invariably reduce the chances of actually getting anything done."

    If you could read my mind love...what a tale my thoughts would tell;-)

    Great piece @Jim Murray...A very succinct recipe for layering the groundwork in the creative process. One ingredient at a time...
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    16/11/2017 #9 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    Compartmentalizing is a great term. I often have multiple projects running simultaneously. I extend the idea to a project basis too.

    Great stuff, Jimbo
    Jim Murray
    16/11/2017 #8 Jim Murray
    #7 Thanks @Randall Burns. I always appreciate your thoughtful comments.
    Randall Burns
    16/11/2017 #7 Randall Burns
    Great post @Jim Murray, very helpful. I'm working on something now and will consciously apply these tips. I understand the "compartmentalization", I find it useful for when I have a variety of ideas which I keep in a "vault" on my desktop, working and adding to them as the thoughts come to me although when I have something in the "forefront", like the one I mentioned I will work on that from start to finish.
    Insightful and helpful contribution, Thanks.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    16/11/2017 #6 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    Yep, I like this line too "Be part of the stuff that makes the world a better place. And don’t let anything or anyone discourage you."
    Jim Murray
    16/11/2017 #5 Jim Murray
    #3 Thanks @Robert Cormack, From The Other Lake.
    Jim Murray
    16/11/2017 #4 Jim Murray
    #2 I actually had the privilege of observing his process from the time he conceived the songs for the Sundown album until it was complete. It was fascinating and one of the best learning experiences of my life.
    Robert Cormack
    15/11/2017 #3 Robert Cormack
    There's a lot to be said for compartmentalizing, @Jim Murray, and you've certainly said a lot. Thanks.
    Kevin Pashuk
    15/11/2017 #2 Kevin Pashuk
    Thanks for the cultural reference of the musician who cannot be named... I cut my musical teeth on Gordon's work, and modeled my guitar playing after the wonderful finger-picking and chord patterns of his songs. He was actually the first professional musician I ever saw in concert, in the intimate gymnasium of Dryden High School, in North Western Ontario. I still play his tunes, including the epic Canadian Railroad Trilogy. Now that's compartmentalization at work...
    Pascal Derrien
    15/11/2017 #1 Pascal Derrien
    ''Be part of the stuff that makes the world a better place. And don’t let anything or anyone discourage you.'' copy that :-)
  22. ProducerPhil 🐝 Johnson, MBL and Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Leading Revolutionary Change
    Leading Revolutionary ChangeFor the rest of us to profit, we need the leadership of “greater fools.” Most people spend their life trying not to be the greater fool. The greater fool is someone with the perfect blend of self-delusion and ego to think that he can succeed...
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    16/11/2017 #2 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
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    16/11/2017 #1 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
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  23. ProducerRenée  🐝 Cormier
    What about the girls who can't say no?
    What about the girls who can't say no?Twenty years ago, my mother told me that men were going to have their comeuppance for all the rotten things they have been doing to women since God made little green apples. It turns out that my mother was not only a man hater but also a heck of...
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    Brian McKenzie
    20/11/2017 #65 Brian McKenzie
    Gee, take the shaming language out of that, and I get two incomplete sentences and 3 errant clauses. WTF would men ever be convinced to come back to that? Save that trype for the MRA Basement dwellers that believe y'all can change and are worth coming back to. #MGTOW is not about rebuilding the 1950's Leave it to Beaver BS - THAT is pure Trad-Con cuckery.
    P.S. I am staring at 50, been mobilized for International American shit shows 9 times and have never married. I well know the stench and stain of what makes the world go around. I already covered my Vasectomy, and I continue to recommend it to men across the globe, I even help coordinate the med travel trips to help them get it done.
    We're unplugging from the game, and training the generations behind us to do the same.
    Nicole Chardenet
    19/11/2017 #64 Nicole Chardenet
    #60 I just followed you on Quora, @Lisa Vanderburg
    Nicole Chardenet
    19/11/2017 #63 Nicole Chardenet
    Hey folks, one of the best and longest-running discussions on Quora is "What's something that sucks about being a man?" Lots and lots of good discussion by both men and women about men's rights, without a lot of misogynist or misandrist hysterics. Check it out! https://www.quora.com/Whats-something-that-sucks-about-being-a-man
    Nicole Chardenet
    19/11/2017 #62 Nicole Chardenet
    #58 My sentiments entirely, Lisa! I refuse to dehumanize @Brian McKenzie the way he dehumanizes women. I refuse to not show him some sympathy just because it annoys him to not annoy me ;) And I will keep reminding you, Brian, as long as you keep coming back for more, that you have the power to reclaim your manhood any time you like. But it won't be easy and you can't do it without help. You're surely not going to find your stones in the any of the 'men's rights' groups or especially the, as someone already pointed out, the self-castrating MGTOW culture. Sounds like feminists here aren't willing to fight with you because they see you for the angry, confused, utterly (self) defeated manchild you are. I've said for a year now that women 'pwn' you, and we do...which is why you hide away in Nowhereisztan where the men are just as clearly pwned by women and their inability to control their thoughts about women as you.

    In the end, you are *no better* than the extremist feminists you understandably loathe. Bitch, moan, whine complain all you want about how unfairly they treat men, but *you're* the one who ran off to your *own little 'safe space' where you never need be challenged by a woman again. Just one more commonality you share with your damaged sisters.
    Brian McKenzie
    19/11/2017 #61 Brian McKenzie
    If you think having no contact or minimal contact with women - a full risk mitigation of their intrusion into men's life is 'rape' - you need serious counseling.
    As for the Feminists ans SJWs inviting violence, assault, rape and murder into their lives with open excitement - look no further than post 2011 Sweden.
    Evidence, Performance, Precedence and Forecasting - marriage / kids / dating / interaction with women is not worth the ROI vs ROE cost benefit analysis. Remember, y'all started the bicycle/fish rant, #MGTOW agrees: No MEN for you - but feel to gorge on the all you can get buffet of thugs, criminals, murders and f*ckboys. And know, we are no longer rescuing "Princesses".
    https://www.bebee.com/producer/@brian-mckenzie/why-men-are-leaving-what-is-sharp-mgtow
    Lisa Vanderburg
    18/11/2017 #60 Lisa Vanderburg
    #52 LOVE Quora @Nicole Chardenet...even though I try & spent little time there. Best question EVER: 'How do I tell my parents that I'm adopted?' Fantabulous!
    Lisa Vanderburg
    18/11/2017 #59 Lisa Vanderburg
    #57 well...I'm shamed! I asked earlier about the reply button? I can see mine didn't do it either :)
    Sir; you are forever welcome and I am forever grateful for you @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee View more
    #57 well...I'm shamed! I asked earlier about the reply button? I can see mine didn't do it either :)
    Sir; you are forever welcome and I am forever grateful for you @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee...you bring us all hope! Close
    Lisa Vanderburg
    18/11/2017 #58 Lisa Vanderburg
    #45 #53 Can you not see @Brian McKenzie that your comment 45 endorses rape? Tsk. That's gotta swing both ways.
    I have not 'unfriended' you, nor will I. I know enough by now to see how entrenched you are in your position, and I feel sorry for you. BTW: I've had one death-threat already, so you don't 'scare' me. I'm curious as to why you bother to show up at all on other's buzz' just to re-hammer your ideals? I would expect a child to do that; not a grown man. You have not offered any explanation or even argument for you're extreme position, even though you have been asked with courtesy and empathy. I think you want to be heard; you want to be understood because you are in pain. I have no desire to 'shame' you. You will be welcomed if you PM me. And take up gardening....it's cathartic.
    Lisa Vanderburg
    18/11/2017 #56 Lisa Vanderburg
    #50 #51 You got some serious stones..allow me to polish them for you, darlin' @Nicole Chardenet! Yes to EVERYTHING you said, and with civility, grace and empathy! I have to admit I no longer even know if I'm radical, feminist, liberalist, any ist really? I'm a tad busy caring for my poor hubby's needs with 18 years of Parkinson's. Still, I DID marry him for his money; he bet me £40 then that I wouldn't :) What I did for that 40.................
    Apologies to @Renée 🐝 Cormier for using her platform, but this business with @Brian McKenzie has to come out.
    Lisa Vanderburg
    18/11/2017 #55 Lisa Vanderburg
    #46 And that is what men should aspire to be; sorry to hold you up like a Pinata, dear friend @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, but I know you're man enough! No matter what, we all should be afforded the choice, with grace.
    Lisa Vanderburg
    18/11/2017 #54 Lisa Vanderburg
    Dammit...I'm not getting notifications...apologies all (especially @Renée 🐝 Cormier - it's your buzz, sweetness!).

    #45 now, you're just being petulant @Brian McKenzie
    Brian McKenzie
    18/11/2017 #53 Brian McKenzie
    Don't pretend you know me - I am neither decent nor pandering to the ideals of Hope.
    Nicole Chardenet
    18/11/2017 #52 Nicole Chardenet
    Great debate here, folks. I would like to note that on Quora there are a *lot* of great discussions about gender relations, feminism, etc., participated in by men who have a far more rational and less emotional reaction than the angry MGTOWs et al. It's also peopled by women like myself sympathetic to their very real grievances. It's MGTOW without the hysterics and hostility. Check them out!
    Nicole Chardenet
    18/11/2017 #51 Nicole Chardenet
    #45 Agreed, Brian. And I've had my trip to the vet too..when I was 39, a birthday gift to myself. There IS too much overgeneralization on both sides - in fact, I called a feminist friend on it the other night when she referred to men in general as 'the rapists'. It's one of the many gripes I have with certain branches of feminism that have never evolved and who have come to enshrine permanent victimhood for women. I don't identify with weakness and powerlessness the way they do. My own feminism is a bit too muscular for many.

    One of the reasons why I've been more patient with you than I might customarily is because I see too much of my former self in you. I used to be angry, hostile, blamed everyone else for my problems and came to consciously recognize that I had come to hate men in general. But...I've gotten better, and I think turning fifty has had something to do with it...and also getting into Buddhism, mindfulness and meditation. I also do a lot more research on neuroscience, gender relations, relationships, emotions, etc. to better understand both men and women and be less judgmental. So, if I can do it, you can do it, although you will probably have a longer and harder path because you've alluded to a quite unhappy childhood that I didn't have. But I want to encourage you to stop generalizing like all those damn misandrist (misangrist? I typed that by mistake, corrected it, then wondered if it was maybe right the first way LOL) feminists. They've got their heads up their asses just as much as you and the MGTOWS ;)
    Nicole Chardenet
    18/11/2017 #50 Nicole Chardenet
    #43 Lisa, I too understand the appeal of @Brian McKenzie's MGTOW movement, and I agree with your assessments that it's mostly angry, damaged men who have given up trying to deal with women...and they have some quite legitimate gripes and complaints, along with the other haters in the Red Pill groups, the MRAs, etc. Women are forever bleating on about how we want men to discuss their feelings, and then when we hear what we don't like...we slap them down over and over again and shut them up with accusations of being misogynist pigs. Then a whole whack of women vote for a self-confessed pussy-grabber and THEN wonder why the Harvey Weinsteins and Bill Cosbys of the world think misogyny and male entitlement is okay. And we wonder where the angry ragebabies come from. Well, some of them are decent men who gave in to the hopelessness, like Brian, and go to their own forums to lick their wounds and completely ignore the ocean of information about women that would teach them how to get along with women better and to see things a bit more from their perspective...but women will have to do the same, and that means not reacting like hissing cats every time they hear a *legitimate* criticism of women, feminism, and the selective victimhood of too many feminists.

    The Left in general wouldn't listen to some of the more reasoned voices on the Right on a number of different issues - gender, sexuality, race, immigration, and of course those problematic Muslims - so now the conversation has emerged on *their* terms...twisted, ugly, blind, and exactly what the Left ordered.
    Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    18/11/2017 #49 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #48 yes and I agree
    Renée  🐝 Cormier
    18/11/2017 #48 Renée 🐝 Cormier
    #46 Of course no one should take liberties with another person's body. My issue is with hypocrites who expect respect but do not give it in return. There should be no double standard.
    Renée  🐝 Cormier
    18/11/2017 #47 Renée 🐝 Cormier
    #21 Thank you, @Debasish Majumder!
    Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    18/11/2017 #46 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    #34 thank you @Lisa Vanderburg. I may have a "twisted" view on this issue raised by @Renée 🐝 Cormier.
    I believe in the freedom of choice. We are all have sexual desires. I experienced those desires in my life. I always made a point. If zI have the choice to ask the girl had the free choice of saying no. Never again ask the same girl.
    If we don't respect the choice of assking and of being turned down then we respect nothing.
  24. ProducerDeidré Wallace

    Deidré Wallace

    15/11/2017
    The Judgement Boomerang.
    The Judgement Boomerang.The Judgement Boomerang.The Judgement Boomerang is a great term which Amanda Ray uses rather aptly - and she is absolutely right.I have certainly noticed how it works and you may have too.This is what I have found:1) Lets say you are driving down...
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    Deidré Wallace
    15/11/2017 #2 Deidré Wallace
    #1 Kevin Baker: Thank you for your complimentary comments. Much appreciated as always. And yes, you are so right - "This happens constantly to everyone, aware of it or not." This is why bringing awareness to what we do, how we act and behave, is so important for our personal development and of course, our relationships too.
    Kevin Baker
    15/11/2017 #1 Kevin Baker
    This happens constantly to everyone, aware of it or not. What we think, feel, and act is the environment. Great advise.
  25. ProducerMohammed A. Jawad
    Preparing for an Audit
    Preparing for an AuditBased on the category of an audit, there may be differing levels of significance, preparation and personnel involvement, but, on the whole, an internal audit, customer audit or a regulatory authority audit, there are various aspects common to each...
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    Mohammed A. Jawad
    16/11/2017 #2 Mohammed A. Jawad
    #1 @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee Thanks so much for your feedback.
    Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    15/11/2017 #1 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Nice illumination on audit @Mohammed A. Jawad. Thank you for sharing your insights.
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