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Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

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Simple Laws with Counter Effects

If your care for your family life, performance at work and healthy living then this post may interest you. · Simplify is a good thing. Is oversimplification desirable? · Incentivizing employees with money, is it incentivizing? · Focus your measurement on one indicator, even if ...

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Rotten Roots Lead to Rotten Actions

Light and darkness co-exist anywhere and at any time. They exist in our bodies. The shadow is mostly dark and the ego is light as it is the center of critical thinking and the question is to think about what? · No tree may grow healthily without good roots. Our shadows are like ...

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Circular Teams

It is amazing how ideas emerge! I was researching for the different plant metaphors that people suggested for growth such as “Toyota is like green tomato”, leaders “are like dandelions” and the “Banyan tree”., or like or more like the” bamboo Chinese tree” and other metaphors. I ...

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Emerging Human Values

My previous post “Are Ideas Measurable?” generated hugely-important discussions that resulted in the planting of the seeds of ideas. My mind has been busy pondering on those ideas coming from different directions. I felt them like a wind changing its direction and even though the ...

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Are Ideas Measurable?

Last week I exchanged comments on the title of my post “Ideas Stock Markets”. The discussions centered around how could eye place ideas for trading in a stock market if their value is immeasurable? · As valid as this question is in reality it is not true. Creativity is to make t ...

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Rings of Experience

A better description of the unknown-unknown quadrant in the Johari Window came to my mind upon observing the concentric bubbles of water in the sea, As we move from the center towards the circumference the diameter of the circles gets bigger and bigger. Theses concentric circles ...

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Ideas Stock Markets- why investors, authors and readers behave similarly?

Is trading ideas in meetings similar to trading stocks in stock markets? · Can the stock markets be the metaphor for “trading ideas” in-group meetings such as those in businesses and even at family gathering, or discussions on social platforms? Instead of selling and buying stoc ...

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My e-book: Collection of Creative Ideas

Creativity is like scattered light going in different directions first to explore and observe in search of new ideas. Like scattered light those ideas on their own might be of little value. However; a creative idea emerges that make two strange and unrelated ideas become the seed ...

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Layering of our thoughts

The Golden Circle of asking questions is well-known. This circle consists of asking three basic questions. These are why, how and what with why being the core of the circle. · I extended the golden circle to before to include its reverse by making what the core value here and he ...

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The Paradox of Life from the Dead

We say our dreams are dead. I say may reawaken and be the source of relief for others. If few plants can do it why could not we? Dead dreams when revived can be the source of new life. · Do not be discouraged if people shutter your dreams and even bury them. We have examples of ...

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Fear of Failure Magnification Effect

We set SMART goals and their achievements is the parameter of our success. Many times we fail to achieve them. The greater the gap between the levels of reaching our targeted goals and what we achieve is, the bigger our failure we feel is. · The keyword here is failure. This is ...

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Hairy Ideas

Shape adaptions has always struck me with its far-reaching effects. Just by examining the shapes of plants and their parts we realize the importance of shape adaptations. In this post I am only focusing on one shape- that is the hairy shapes of leaves and roots and what me may le ...

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The paradox of Breathing Assumptions

It amazes me the life lessons we learn from nature. One great lesson is our tendency to “breathe assumptions”. I know this title shall confuse the reader; yet it is a habit that we keep repeating. If you are patient enough to read the rest of this post for one or two more minutes ...

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How to Write Your Next Story and Live a Full Life?

There is a feedback effect in this bright quote. · This is an on-going feedback loop. · The more success we have, the happier our hearts shall be. Because our hearts are happier now, our business shall succeed more. Our hearts have a limited capacity for filling it with hap ...

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The Fractal Wheel of Design Thinking

Organizations are like plants and forests- they all share initial growth, conservation, release and reorganization. · The growth of plants requires having good seeds, good soil and balanced nutrients all within an inviting environment. · Assuming the environment and the seeds n ...

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Clustery Ideas

My exchange of comments and her temptation for me to write lyrics Fay Vietmeier this post emerged. We started writing a poem on draft ideas that we keep in a folder. While trying to write my first-steps lyrics the idea of this post emerged. · I asked myself what would happen to ...

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New Metaphors for Lifestyles

Ideas have springs and jump from one mind to another. The ideas spring work as and springs back to the mind of its originator where the spring picks another idea. Ideas too are playing tennis in the minds of the two players, namely @Zacharias Voulgaris · and I. · I wrote a messa ...

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A Wrong Question to Ask- Which is greater fear or love?

Three events urged me to write this post. The first one triggered me to write the draft. The second added to the urged me to complete the draft. The third sparked me to finish the editing of the draft. · I remembered an Arabic wisdom (most references attributes it to Prophet Moh ...

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The World in a Barrel Metaphor

Our bodies are mostly water. · The brain is almost 95% water. The blood that carries oxygen throughout the body and removes toxic materials is 92% water. Every living body is basically water with much less other components. · The PH meter measures inform us of the quality of bl ...

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The Cracking of Relationships

We build relations with friend, customers, with family members and with the world and with even our values, beliefs and faith. This posts provides the Punctured Barrel Metaphor” to discuss factors that deteriorate relationships and even intoxicate them. · A recent post by Fay Vi ...

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