Writers Journey Mapping

Writers Journey Mapping

The idea of this buzz popped up while preparing for a workshop on customers journey mapping and customers experience mapping. The idea about my experience mapping seemed interesting. Can a writer see his/her emotions visually while writing? Writing is a complex endeavor and seeing its movement is worthy.

Writers write best when they are emotionally high because they write with the flow. It is not necessarily flawless but editing comes post drafting. When I believe I have a good idea for a buzz my emotions run high and I tend to capture those moments to write. Seeing my emotions movement visually might bring fresh ideas in my mind.

It is during the process of writing that many ideas cross the mind. Some ideas sound interesting and some engaging; in contrast other ideas are inert or disengaging. The emotions wave rises. I depicted my own experience as the image below reflects. The energy of emotions transfers to moving words, which in turn get transferred to the reader. If the writer is writing in low emotions his/ her words shall not be motivating to the reader.

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The Ideas Wheel starts rotating periodically and then the ideas connect to each other forming an Ideas Network. The ideas feedback to each other and suddenly, the ideas wheel starts rotating chaotically in my mind.

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I have an idea and I am emotionally moved. My emotions intensify. Another idea that cools my emotions down. The roller coaster of emotions starts. At one point of time one idea bifurcates into two and then into four ideas and more. This is a perplexing state because I start to write under uncertainty. What adds to my confusion is that not all ideas are equal. Some ideas are greasy. Other ideas are as clear as water. Do I focus on removing the grease? More importantly, we see conflicting ideas. I mean ideas with a charged head and is therefore-water-loving with a long body (tail) that is greasy (fatty) and is therefore water-hating. The love and hate existing together. It is these differences that in a water medium (aqueous medium) that lead to the formation of ideas micelles and thus become self-organizing on their own and without the interference of an outside force.

It is a difficult state. The ideas chains entangle and feeling at loss is confusing and distracting to the writer. Having positively charged ideas part of which is behaving differently than the remaining part puts me on the edge of chaos. It is the time for ideas to rearrange my thoughts into new structures, new possibilities and new horizons.

I find from my writing experience this is the high time for creativity being on the edge of chaotic writing. This is the time to form Ideas Micelles.
Ali Anani

This situation is ideal for cleaning the greasy ideas and making use of the presence of highly charged positive ideas with the greasy ideas that that I need to wash away. Exactly like surfactants (surface active agents) remove grease in a water medium. I have the grease running in the waters of my mind. It is finding a way to act like surfactants do. The micelles of ideas suddenly self-organize, and I felt relieved that I found a new metaphor to describe my journey in writing this buzz and, in fact, to explain the complexity of writing that I endured in writing this buzz.

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The ideas that appealed to me dissolve in the waters of my mind. An idea suddenly emerges that acts as a surfactant with two β€œfaces”. One face is water-loving and the other is water-hating. Like soap removes grease by forming micelles with the grease seized within the spheres of the micelles, so the same happens with greasy ideas.

Writing is generating many possibilities and is a journey of discovery. This is not a comfort zone and is tiring to the mind. But it is this tension being far from equilibrium that reward the writer with a way that the ideas become self-cleaning and clustering in micelles. What seemed chaotic now turns into an organized structure. What a relief!

To be pulled by the positive part of an idea and pushed by the other part of ideas is tenuous. It is living this pull-push tension that allows ideas to self-organize in our minds by forming ideas micelles that clean the ideas so that creative ideas may emerge.

How about your journey as a writer? Please share your experience.


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Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#120
My response again is the same.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#118
This is exactly my own experience . Distant ideas that seemed out of place somehow self-organize suddenly in my mind. This is what I meant by self-organizing ideas. Chaotic ideas rearrange into a coherent structure> A post emerges. Like you said tons of ideas cross the mind and then form into shape. Your expereince is analogous to mine and I thoroughly enjoyed your comment.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Will tag you dear Jerry when I publish it.

Jerry Fletcher

Jerry Fletcher

2 years ago #96

#55
Dr. Ali, there may be as many ways of committing thought to paper as there are humans. Somehow, the phrase "begin with the end in mind" seems to fit. I look forward to your next article.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#114
You bestow me with such a great honor Deborah Levine. I look forwarding to learning from you and I am truly honored by your request. anani.ali1@gmail.com

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#107
Great thoughts and there is a common mistake that prevails in that humility is a sign of weakness. I say only people who have humility are the real strong one. Only the powerful people can afford this because even being in privileged positions they can still be down to earth. I love this quote " I should engage chaos from this perspective. Not because i am chicken, afraid or dont know something, but because i need to learn something from the chaos i am in".

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #93

#110
Aw....I am humbled, lovely Deborah Levine! I would love to be a beta reader (now I looked it up), but my time is thready, rather like my pulse :) If time's not too stretched, I'd be honored - thank you!!

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #92

#105
Ooh...pipped you to the post as they say, delightful Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee! I did wonder......

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #91

#107
That's it Harvey Lloyd: I'm making this (your 107 comment) into a plaque to reading when I get my coffee - it is sublime! Not that there was anything wrong with #106...... :)

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #90

What is a sustainable value? Under the worst of circumstances, seek first to understand, then be understood. If i force you to understand how angry i am with you based on the choas i stand in, you will not be willing to help escape. Although langauge can indicate that your anger is blaming me, its natural. I should step away from what the non verbal clues that make it personal. I should be able to make your argument against me. Knowing that life is a circle/spiral and i will pass this again. Maybe with different people and places but i will pass this again. Shall i repeat the same communications that got me stuck? Humbleness/humility. I should engage chaos from this perspective. Not because i am chicken, afraid or dont know something, but because i need to learn something from the chaos i am in. Humbleness leaves my eyes open so i might see and hear things i cant experience if i engage with anger/fear. A key value is always to consider the alternative. I can move forward with humility and always add any engagement process i want. If i engage with pride or fear then i must support this through the process. The latter distorts the map and a way out of chaos. All engagement process have consequences once in chaos. One style leaves you in it and righteous. While the other styles lead you out with wisdom.

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #89

Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee i dont believe that any visual is more discriptive than the Chinese yin/yang circle dipicting a dark side with a light dot and the light side with the dark dot. Within order, the light side, we develop our values but there exists a small fear within this area that these values are not enough, the dark spot. Within the dark side we see the light dot where we establish order within chaos first then we grow from there. Values are not steps of solution but rather a directive to a our senses of how to look at where we are and communicate with that which is around us. Even though my senses are telling my brain that i should be afraid, sad or angry. My mind reaches for values to help me understand where i am and what possibilities exist.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#104
You grabbed the idea very well my dear Lisa Vanderburg. I published today my buzz on "Living Curly Lives and Experiences". I have strong reasons to believe it is of relevance to you. https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ali-anani/curled-emotions-and-experiences I am eager to read your response. Thanks for the photos and I shall respond later today.

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #87

Couldn't agree more Harvey Lloyd! History is continually repeating itself - less eloquently than Solomon's account as you mention in #94. Such great personal lessons to be learned there! #97 Naturally I had to look up Venn diagram, but it is an elegant answer that allows transition. Gotta say though Debasish Majumder; you've rightly identified our wont to be rather tectonic in our movements. Will these rough edges pile up to get us stuck within an area of a circle and does it become out trap? How do we keep resistance-free transistion? Great ideas!

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#102
Your comment triggers my mind dear Debasish Majumder have their ideas on this issue. For me, you offered me an opportunity to reconsider the Venn diagram.

Debasish Majumder

Debasish Majumder

2 years ago #85

an intriguing proposition too sir Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee for drawing my attention to this unique feature you described sir. i wonder in which surface it works and if there is no friction(!), that is no counter idea, how it may move? i wonder idea itself a wealth or ruse? and most importantly i am in quandary how the movement of idea could be measured? surely space and time itself a difficult affair, but it only can give due reflection of idea and its impact appeared as an abstract one, where one may hardly enjoy the journey i guess. however, thought provoking buzz indeed sir. thank you for the buzz.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Thank you my mind mates for enriching this buzz with your great thoughts

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#93
One great fruit is getting connected to great minds that we are learning through cross-referencing. Isn't this a form of interdependence?

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#91
Yes, as we have more choices than we can mange. Even slight changes can make huge differences. I wrote once on the butterfly effect of choices.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#90
This is a topic that is far from my interest as I am not a member of FB and therefore my know;edge on this is meagere.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#92
Dears Lisa Vanderburg- how about this idea? Between dependence and interdependence there is a sweet overlap. Like a Venn diagram does. If we assign a circle to each one of both factors the greater the two circles overlap, the greater is the sweet area is. No overlapping means the two are treated as a separate factor. What defines the area of the sweet area? Discernment is the answer as Harvey suggests.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#88
I still would like you Harvey Lloyd for reminding me.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#90
SO subtle "Living in the unknown but experiencing joy". Great writing is based on simplicity. This is a true example Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #77

#92
If we can get past the atheist/religious dogma of the Bible we find an archetypical series of stories where man wrestles with existance. Ecclesiastes’s is my favorite series of stories. Mans search within material things at all reaches of access. None were rewarding. Recent celebrity suicides describe this ideal. The humbleness of understanding we exist within a choas that we can only influence is the first step. I dont see much difference from now to then of the first century. Rome, religion, dogma and mobs of idiots seeking anything they can get. Sound familiar?

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #76

#91
Amen, brother....looking at it that way, there isn't much alternative. So many of you here Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee and many more: at what point did you really realize you had 'transitioned' to interdependance or humanitarianism fully and consciously?

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #75

#90
Soloman is asked by God what he wants. His answer: 'wisdom and knowledge'. Depending on the version, Soloman asks for these that he may 'discern between good and evil.' 1 Kings: 5-13. Sorry...goning all biblical on you Harvey, but we both enjoy it! I often think of Paul (and Silas). Even imprisoned they found a way to keep exercising their interdependance. Even in the din and perpetual demands of today, is it even possible? Notice how it's mainly males that are able to achieve this or is that a ruse?

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #74

#88
I think that this is the question that haunts many discussions. Value is something we seek as a solution to chaos. What’s the alternative? Can we seek self destructive behaviours such as blaming others or circumstances or exestitial things? I dont propose to know what to do. But outside of seeking value with each situation, regardless of past experience, is the only way forward that makes any sense. I am a person who seeks the wisdom of action within our lives that bears fruit. Other than seeking value of the interdependence type. We can only add subterfuge to the chaos. Regardless of decision we will live with the choice and its outcomes.

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #73

#87
I think Facebook offers some pretty amazing stuff in many areas. But like all good things they have traps that are intentional or just Murphy’s showing up as he usually does. The overarching ideal with the concept of transitioning from dependance to interdependaence is discernment. We have to explore each transition from foolishness and discernment as we gain wisdom. Interdependence is the toughest one. It requires an open hand that some things leave but other things come. Living in the unknown but experiencing joy. The concept is awesome to experience within discernment that brings wisdom.

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #72

#86
Nice big bite you chomped on Chris \ud83d\udc1dR Guest! Great to see you again!

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #71

#81
I hear you; transitioning to interdependance being the goal that (at least in my translation) is like a river crossed. As someone who's probably permanently in an existential crisis, I then re-crossed - back and forth. It must therefore mean that in order to stop that wasteful cycle and stay on the right side requires more than mere acknowledgement of what you are doing, no? Interdependance is the understanding of all connection; we cannot thrive here without it. QED to the question posed by Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee #75 'The question is what is the sustainability of values?' You answered beautifully.

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #70

#80
Wow Harvey Lloyd - many great expressions of value that I could not dream of expressing, such a clever man you are! Then this: 'Some children into adulthood do not recieve the chaos training of trusting other humans in an interdependent way.' YES! 'So they protect their independence through slight of hand interdependant langauge that secures their own independence.@ 'YES YES! then, 'Facebook.' No...it's a necessary evil for Parkinson's, but I otherwise hate the place. But I'm sure glad it wasn't around when I was young.....!

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#84
The great musicians of yesterday didn't have access to the modern musical instruments; yet they composed the best music. It is their love and listening to their internal music that led them to compose great music. I agree with you as we aspire for music coming from the heart to speak to our hearts.

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #68

#78
Interesting thoughts. For me music is something that conveys an emotional experience of the singer. Its rare to find that these days. I like the live music more than perfect recordings.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#81
I am ready for the next question Harvey Lloyd. If the question comes from you then I know it is relevant. "They only wish to share that journey and maybe add some value of thought to give meaning to how we are all connected". The feedback of value that takes values far up. I couldn't express it better than your quote.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#80
I love few words that tell so much. A great example is your wisdom Harvey Lloyd "The value i refer is that value we attribute to another". This is deep, powerful and illuminating.

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #65

#76
expanding on the thought we can identify those stuck in the dependance phase as those who are always in existential crisis. They are dependent on an environment that will never exist. I dependance is much more arrogant when fear gets exposed. I saw this arrogance within the testimony of Mr. Zuckerberg. Those fully engaged in interdependance realise that life is a journey each must take. They only wish to share that journey and maybe add some value of thought to give meaning to how we are all connected. No answers, no fears of giving away the family recipe or boundaries of exploration. Interdependance is humbling place. Where I dependance gives us that elusion of control interdependance is a gathering of minds that explore, in context, the pressing questions that must be answered, before moving to the next. Interdependence realizes the infinite of each answer and that each answer will beget the next question. The interdependent person also realizes that they will be present for the next question, wiser and more humble than the previous. They hear more from the group with each pass of questions. Value is not only material but also eternal.

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #64

#76
Value is a tough word as it has many connotations within humanity. Price vs quality or the value of an object within a given context of price. This idea is certainly part of our life within creation of food clothing and shelter. But this alone will always leave us wanting. Think of the value of seeing and assisting your child or grandchild walk for the first time or maybe that scary let go when the training wheels come off the bike. The value i refer is that value we attribute to another within the growth through dependence, independence and ultimately interdependance. The food clothing shelter β€œvalue” statement is emergent from these three growth steps. When we teach a child to ride a bike we are not teaching just a skill, we teach them to respect their fears but they can be overcome. Throughout the dependance phase, millions of times, we expose ever so gently, our children grandchildren to chaos. Chaos that they see and we know is part of their growth to independence. A trust bond is formed in this stage that when they seek to engage the real world we can help them past that independence into interdependance. Meaning how we can bring value to each other. Some children into adulthood do not recieve the chaos training of trusting other humans in an interdependent way. So they protect their independence through slight of hand interdependant langauge that secures their own independence. Facebook. We can see folks within these paradigms that get stuck. Our role is to help them see value within the movement to interdependance.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#78
Great comment Chris \ud83d\udc1dR Guest. SPontaneity is sometimes a great way to write. I am not unfortunately priviliged with this gift. Just to give one example. I started drafting a buzz on differentiating capability and capacity. I found a good metaphor to explain the difference. Upon expanding my ideas I ran into a new idea. It is surface tension of water and human tension. I was excited to draft it. While doing that the comment f Jerry Fletcher took me away to develop a new buzz on imagination and intuition. While giving an example of imagination a new idea popped up in my mind. It is on curling up. I have four drafts almost ready, but none completed. So, I see the virtue of your approach.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#76
This is the beauty of discussions here Lisa Vanderburg and myself developed the factor composing of Passion, Wonderment, Drive). Now, I am thinking is it the three or passion alone coupled with responsibility that make genuine values.

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #61

#75
Now, you got me thinking..... You're right of course, everything is open to atrophy, including our high morals, innocence....values. How does one stay 'clean' in a life long enough to leave more than a smidgeon of dirt? 'Rules' don't work. Accountability and passion - that's what I've got so far, but it's not enough. What's that saying'the left hand not knowing what the right one's doing'? Harvey Lloyd would know! I'll give it more thought....

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#74
Dear friend Lisa Vanderburg- the problem is when making more money some people tend to lose their noble values. Look at the recent case with FaceBook. Sometimes greed eats away human values. When values conflict with greed many times greed wins. Like a school teacher who depends on private lessons to make money and his values of giving students the best he can erode. The question is what is the sustainability of values?

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #59

#72
An excellent point that I have no answer for. I think of many highly sucessful entrepreneurs, industrialists and tycoons over the ages that whose gain was measured by the multiples of boot-prints on others backs, so it's easy to say in hindsight that these people had no 'values' in morality. Of course the www has brought something good along with all it's bad: transparency, so I guess the business leaders of today have to develope some inner parameters unless they are already intuitively part of a person? Is that even possible....to 'learn' values that were not naturally instilled? Great question my friend!

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#71
Jerry Fletcher- A marketing person is in charge of finding a fertile land in which salespersons may sell. I don't dispute that big data help in finding a fertile land. I am not saying that big data isn't relevant, but it shall be greater fostered by imagination and intuition.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#70
This shall interesting what Harvey Lloyd. I mean and I quote you "...the lesson is to define value WITHIN integrity, discipline and with mind open to change". How about people with distorted values?

Jerry Fletcher

Jerry Fletcher

2 years ago #56

#40
Dr. Ali, I look forward to your next post. there is creativity and imagination and logic and intuition in all writing. As I see it the difficulty lies not in the writer but in the reader. All great novelists, playwrights and ,at times, non-fiction writers will tell you that what they wrote is not what was read. The gardens that I plow are those of the marketer. I use big data to show me where the prospect's concern or problem meets the need to purchase a solution. I'm looking for the largest number of them I can find and the argument that works for the preponderance of them. Searching reviews and ratings allows assimilation of the group's viewpoint. Their language makes a copywriter's much more compelling. One must remember that marketing is about bunches. Sales is one to one. the language will necessarily differ because the dynamics are different.

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #55

#67
Got stuck at 'Premise 3'....must grow brains. #68 That is the key: 'Value.' That is what newbies in business probably trip over all the time - and I'm just guessing. That said, in you guys' exchanges (particularly between you, Harvey Lloyd if those less experianced can resist the hubris call; the lesson is to define value WITHIN intergrity, discipline and with mind open to change. Throw in genuine care for your employees and product, and voila...! The doozy and delightful tangent-promising distraction is 'Touch is reserved for more intimate conversations outside of greeting.' A delicious and curious thought! Blessings, my bro Harvey!

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#68
Simple, but effective thought " If we cant see value within the effort then we will not participate at our best, if at all".

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #53

#64
I would state that the concepts we discuss certainly apply to business, but think that it applies at a higher level to the word β€œvalue”. If you want to extract some value from a setting then you must act on the setting in such a way that it responds to your communication. This value could be money, or effort towards a goal, but could also be increasing the value within a relationship. Say marriage or friend. Unless you have had the the three bean salad for lunch we can extract value through our mouth, eyes and ears. Touch is reserved for more intimate conversations outside of greeting. (That statement is really amazing in and of itself:)) So yes business has clear value guidelines but the value eqauation is one we harvest from everything we endevour. If we cant see value within the effort then we will not participate at our best, if at all. The goal of each relationship is to produce value. Materialism has placed the definition of value within the tangible world. But more value is derived from our children, marriage and close relationships than all of our promotions and raises combined. Win-Win is a 1st principle that is an axiom that works across paradigms, it is only the goals and time factors that change. Good to hear you back on the boards again.

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #52

#52
https://youtu.be/tNLMN9DBFP0 This is interesting within the line of discussion here I would be interested in hearing what you drew from reading the Amazon reviews Jerry Fletcher. Were you able to extract just langauge that you could use that had definition built into the future reader? Or; were you able to collect the ideals (1st Principles) that you could attach to your own language.

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #51

#65
So true....you are the living example!

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#64
Oddly enough you are the one dear Lisa Vanderburg to have just published a buzz inspired by you and about you. I told you when we exchange comments with hearts who can tell what is next? https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ali-anani/feeling-the-endurance-of-others

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #49

#61
Okay - for what it's worth: Seems to me that when you get chatting about any concepts with the commenters, it will inevitably roll into business. This is particular to you and say, Harvey Lloyd. Although I am not in this 'mode' I can enjoy the sheer pleasure of you guys working out new concepts for business management & client understanding and the shuddery one: HR. I bet other young whippersnappers could learn a lot from you buzzes AND following the threads of comments! Si tacuisses, philosophus mansisses, but there's your generosity once again...and of all who contribute!

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#62
Yes, because it comes to who deserve it

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #47

#60
Now that's by far the best descriptive advice to follow as a way to link ideas! All I need now is an....ah...

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#59
It is amazing that you dear Lisa Vanderburg recommended the buzz to the HR managers. I wonder why! I have my thoughts, but would love to hear yours. Thank you

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#58
Thank you so much dear Lisa Vanderburg for your appreciation and sharing the buzz to the right hive. Because you tend to generate many ideas you run into a chaotic state. The beauty is when a flash pops up and you manage to see the ideas self-organizing and linked in a way that never crossed your mind. I am experience the same thing right now. I started drafting an idea for my next buzz. Suddenly, a new idea emerged and I found myself going into a different direction. The original idea disappeared in the cloud of new possibilities that emerged. Suddenly, I found a common umbrella to link most of the ideas. I started searching for images to fit in. A new possibility emerged. I am now "curling up" and waiting for the ah moment. I know it shall come.

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #44

Those in management of HR could pull some great concepts for Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee!

Lisa Vanderburg L

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #43

The sheer quality of ideas your buzz has evoked is staggering Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee's quote from an author preparing to write; 'I sit down and open a vein' resounds with me too...except I always spill a bit too much and ruin my work. For what it's worth, I know I have a chaotic mind. Too much clutter. Alas it translates to my writing often so I end up with so much un-done pieces. Fascinating buzz!

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#54
Timothy welch- yes, indeed and I experienced frequently both situations.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#53
I believe your comment dear Debasish Majumder than I. I want here to highlight one point. I believe stimuli are external and internal like motivators are. It is always stronger that the internal stimuli is triggered. What comes from within us is stronger. However; if the external stimulus triggers an internal one this shall be great. Like trees are triggered by external factors, but they respond and adapt because internal triggers are activated. A good point to probe in more depth.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#52
@Jerry Fletcher- I don't dispute your approach. We have different thinking styles. For people who can detect patterns of thinking and use logical thinking your approach suits them very well. For people who lean more towards imagination and creative thinking they have a different writing style. Your approach is interesting and worthy. I used one time text mining to analyze emotions on Twitter regarding a campaign that cost the business hell of money. The campaign aimed at promoting a new telecommunication system. What I found from the research is that most people didn't here of the system as evidenced by the frequency of its name and those who mentioned it were mostly critical. The story of the failure of the advertisement became self-evident. Yes, sometimes these information can be helpful.

Debasish Majumder

Debasish Majumder

2 years ago #39

#46
yes, you need to have an external stimuli to induce you to write Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee! it is the external realm which actually determine your skill of writings and its impact. but by virtue of our writings, it is the readers who will eventually express their feelings whether in amazon or in any other portals. but, i personally believe, it require an ambiance or certain reflections, triggering you to write, and i exactly cannot understand how intuitions play any role in terms of writing! i firmly believe D.N.A., too not a constant paradigm, it also change in accordance with the available circumstances what one may confronting with! exactly very relevant post sir. enjoyed read truly.

Jerry Fletcher

Jerry Fletcher

2 years ago #38

#37
Harley and Dr. Ali, I find the comments on Amazon about books and the journey of the readers extremely helpful. In many cases, the problems that stimulated a search are noted and they generally take a form that is neither ambiguous or shop worn and often in language that connects with those having similar problems. I find the strongest ways to describe consultants and coaches by reviewing unsolicited testimonials and comments. Because I do video interviews of my client's clients I hear their concerns about engaging first hand. Examples of positioning that have come out of that approach: For a Management Consultant: Business defogger and accelerator, for a Money Coach The untangler, for a Negotiation Consultant: When you can't afford to lose.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#50
I agree Deborah Levine. It happens with me more often than not. The change of my emotions leads often to changing the focus of my post, or to write something that I never thought of. Not all transitions are the same as they differ in their output. I have written many posts because of a comment that arose my emotions and interests to redirect them. This buzz itself is has resulted from noticing soap micelles that brought the analogy with ideas micelles. Yes, I am totally comfortable with your comment.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#48
Thank you dear Tausif Mundrawala. You are a natural writer. If we consider the seed idea as the cell then more ideas appear and more cells form. These cells need tissues to bond the cells. It is building the body of writing like the way our bodies are built. Yes, ideas form clusters, but sometimes we produce many clusters and the challenge is relating these clusters cohesively. This is the ah moment for me. Thank you for sharing your writing story and it is interesting.

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #35

#44
I would think the different genres would display the use of emotions along the accepted guidelines. Poetry more metaphysical with metophor while short story’s more a narritive of reflected emotions through characters. Would you think that intuition is an emergent property of the fundamental state of being? This intuition seen by me through your selected genre and presentations. This representation inclusive of your emotions across the time paradigms. Great question and thoughts

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#44
`Your question is eloquent Deborah Levine. I looked back my own different modes of writings. I published two novels, I presented a TV program, prepared the material for radio for three consecutive years. I published research papers and hundreds of presentations on social media such as SlideShare.. I presented many lectures in international conferences. Sometimes, I was forced by the style imposed by the organizers. Other times I felt the drive to write a story. I couldn't till the story in a buzz. I needed to pour out my emotions. Other times the drive was to write less because I could express my feelings by using images. Other times I felt a post would be best to write especially when I hope to get feedback. In all of my writings it is the still the writing process that concerns me the most. This is because while writing many ideas emerge and these generate more ideas. What started as a simple task ended as a challenging task. It is during these turbulent times that a new idea emerges. What I find best will determine my mode of writing. Not always as if I am responding to a buzz them mostly I am responding in a buzz. I hope I answered you at least in part.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#44
I have to leave for an hour and I shall respond immediately afterwards Deborah Levine. I am challenged by your comment.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#41
ANother thought by looking in the first image of this buzz is the bifurcation of emotions. These emotions aren't stable once they bifurcate into several emotions that destabilize our thinking. Emotional trading is reflected in the repeating wavy patterns in the stock markets. How could we then conclude rational decisions from bifurcating emotions? You make me think.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#41
I wonder if chasers of big data are aware of your thoughts here. We live in paradoxes. You mentioned one important one " Everyone is screaming privacy while at the same time giving away their privacy with each interaction". How big data treat such paradoxes and how these paradoxes affect the conclusions we make from big data I don't claim I have the answer.

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #30

#40
We have discussed the belief systems that we all hold whether understood or ignored. This is where i believe we are getting into trouble with big data. My persona wants something within my existance. Is what i want good for me can only be told within future context. Big data is looking at the persona of millions of transactions. I believe from thsi we can determine some ego level understanding. But as to the shadow or believing self it becomes more difficult. As i am writing i have in mind Facebook and its recent brush with humanity and government. Here a company is churning data at a level that is incomprehensible to me. But i would think that this creates a feedback loop of persona level thinking that is not good. Doesn’t mean we cant make money off of this loop. But the larger question many asked as Mr. Zuckerberg spoke with Congress is, how did this guy get to the threshold of the ego self. Everyone is screaming privacy while at the same time giving away their privacy with each interaction. Does Zuckerberg have some β€œmoral duty” to protect our ego level selves or is it our fault that we placed the information out there? The question makes me nauseous. This is a grand social experiment that will not end well. An echo chamber of persona that leads ego and ultimately forms our beliefs is an upside down pyramid. In the spirit of this post and discussion though i would state that as we look at data we can determine some aspects of the belief systems of groups that can be harnessed for future benifits. I cant leave that statement hanging without the qualifier referred to earlier. What is our moral duty within this breakdown of large data? I am reminded of the Doctors axiom, do no harm.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#39
I agree. I didn't mention intuition in my previous comment because of my belief it is strongly bonded to imagination. As I mentioned in my response to the comment of Jerry Fletcher I am dedicating my next buzz to imagination and creativity, but shall consider adding intuition as well. I agree entirely with your thought "Data should enhance future self conversations".

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #28

#38
Intuitive, imagination and creativity are the words that i would use as central for the inputs of data. We can look at the past and find trends and maybe future outcomes, not quite as convinced on the latter. When we look at case studies and get past the acronyms and interspersed experiences of success, we see where folks dug through data and saw a trend you cant graph or touch. The Apple concept was born from a look at past experience that began the journey of humans interefaceing with electronic devices. The creativity of seeing a future that was ergonomic with devices was born. I dont think past experience would have given us this directly. Having day traded with past indicators I learned a lot about human behaviour and how smart money takes from dumb money. Nothing derogatory meant here. I am day day trading from a level of intellect where others trade from another. For me data gives me insight into what isn’t being said. People are motivated and oreinted to move away from failure. This doesnt always mean that they have sights on success. Data can show us what success looks like for those who are moving away from failure. Data should enhance future self conversations. How do i see myself in the future if i know customer A is spewing out this data, what am i serving in the future? I cant serve what they move away from, so i have to creatively build a future situation that they can be away from where they were and they can live within. This is the crystal ball. In this instance though is where time works in our favor. I dont need to know everything upfront. Through recon i can develop my future place with my customer. Amazingly they will help you build this future place over time when you reframe their movements from avoidance to journey.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Harvey Lloyd #35. What I see in this quote is searching for repeated patterns to enable predicting the future behavior of customers in the future. This is like predicting stock prices from the repeating patterns of investors. This is helpful, but is never assured. Big data helps in finding those repeating patterns and are equally dependable. If we search for breakthroughs then imagination and creativity become of utmost importance. Human behavior is complex and we need different approaches to tackle it. Therefore, I agree with what you wrote Harvey "Comments are a mixed bag of psychology that on the surface would show as unreliable. But when we group many comments together it becomes reliable. This doesnt make sense to me in the grand scheme of things".

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #26

#35
β€œNow, I can look at that information and find the words that work in the language of previous buyers. β€œ This is kind of along the big data concept and interesting for me in the context that past experience may exhibit some future behaviour. The concept of a a purchase and the psychology surrounding the purchase runs pretty deep. Buyers remorse, impulse buying, panic sale/buying and many other concepts go along these lines. My question is always the same with the psychology of a buyer and their comments they reinforce what they spent money on or over exaggerate their poor choice through brand assasination. Comments are a mixed bag of psychology that on the surface would show as unreliable. But when we group many comments together it becomes reliable. This doesnt make sense to me in the grand scheme of things. People’s comments and even writing online has some pretty complex needs being met. But i do find the concept interesting. Been out of the sales game for a while. It seems it would have some value but it also seems that you may be useing langauge that is a facade of a deeper issue of cognitive disonence within the buyer.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#35
Very challenging comment Jerry Fletcher and now yours prompt me to change the theme of my next buzz. I want now to write on imagination, intuition and knowledge and how they interact. We are created differently. Some of us lean to creative thinking. Others depend primarily on logical thinking. Understanding how creativity and imagination relate to each other and how to combine facts shall be my focus in the next buzz. So, I shall refer to your comment in my next buzz. I like the challenge with which you ended your comment "Their language will always be stronger than any "creative" approach". I am not saying I disagree; I am saying that I might have different experiences. Thank you for the challenge.

Jerry Fletcher

Jerry Fletcher

2 years ago #24

DR. Ali, Your challenge reminded me of two stories from my Ex-wife, a writer of some renown. She tells me that a famous writer when asked how he did it replied, "I sit down at my typewriter, slit a wrist and let it drip on the page." Having kept company with her and other fiction writers I can tell you that each of them suffers different problems with generating and then following through with a singular idea. Non-fiction writers tell me that it is more problem of knowing when to cut off the research. Those of us that write to persuade and convince have a different approach. I personally can tell you that the rise of comments on the internet has made my job easy. Now, I can look at that information and find the words that work in the language of previous buyers. Their language will always be stronger than any "creative" approach.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#33
Your comment highlights a very important issues. Professionals tend to manage by results. Lately, professionals realized that we stress employees by forcing them to achieve predetermined results our turbulent business climate. So, they say now that if an employee achieve 70% of the intended results that is satisfying. The social world is based on scouting and exchanging thoughts. No pressure on m, for example, to comply with stated results. I have more freedom to explore and diverse hoping later to convert to an emerging ideas. It allows me more freedom and scouting different paths and approaches. The balance between the two is a delicate one. Ideas may generate chaotically in the social domain. In contrast, it is more focused in the professional domain because we have results to achieve. Swinging between the two is similar to swinging from the left logical brain to the right and creative brain. The challenge is timing for the shift of the swing. It is moving from generating more ideas to conversion and focusing on one idea. Bees do that when searching for a new hive. They go in several scouting groups to find candidate sites. Then they select by using the most preferred site. SHould we learn from bees? You highlight an important issue Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #22

#28
I agree ideas sprout from many experiences as we walk through our day. The post clearly stated this and the growth of the idea to a post. I was thinking that the two domains, social and proffesional though seem to be two very different paradigms. A social construct is more losly formed while professional is more of a titened close structure. Social structures allow for inputs to create a thread of consiousness within a given setting. Proffesional settings seek definitive outcomes whereby the inputs are guided within a direction. How do you bring what would appear as chaos within the proffesional setting, a social connectivity? I realize that the the two within a theory should come together quite easily, but in reality time is a very pungent factor within the proffesional world. Schedules, performance reviews and bonuses add the need for tight controllable structures. Social is more an ongoing narritive where closing is really a matter of chance. This is what i find fascinating about what beBee is attempting to do. Again i know the dinosaur i ride. I sense a lot of emulsification will be needed by the participants to merge these two very different paradigms.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#31
Yes, we will talk my friend because I have a genuine desire to talk to you Randall Burns. Will you be writing a buzz on "cooking of ideas". I would love to read it.

Randall Burns

Randall Burns

2 years ago #20

#30
Indeed! Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee But please, no reason to be sorry, I am humbled by your feedback. Great "Bubbling" slide show, very positive. Great idea, "Cooking of Ideas", there are some wonderful analogies. We will talk my friend... :-)

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#25
First of all I intended to dedicate this buzz to you for reasons you know well my friend Randall Burns. You are not only a great cook of food; more, you are a great cook of ideas. I don't know how the dedication elapsed my mind. I feel very sorry. Your comment and the examples you give on using emulsifiers in cooking are sure extensible to this buzz. I have just revisited your buzz "":why I write" and it is one of your greatest. I wish I could meet with you in person to co-author a book on "Cooking of Ideas". The idea is appealing for me because of your expertise accomplished mine and gives more practical approaches to my own writing. Interestingly, my most viewed presentations on SlideShare has the title "bubbling ideas". It exceeded fifty thousand views: https://www.slideshare.net/hudali15/bubbling-ideas This is in reference to your line "For me it is my "mind" bubbling with ideas, incoherent and unorganized, a mixture of intellectual and emotional, (like the water and /grease/oil analogy?)". DO you see that we need to talk more to each other?

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#24
As much as the customer journey mapping is important it was the inspiration for me to write this buzz. I don't know how the idea crossed my mind and extend it to writing this buzz. It was the seedling idea. I concur fully with your comment on the customer journey mapping. This shall be a topic to handle in the near future.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#23
I am sure every reader of your comment shall enjoy it greatly. Your analysis of "social writing" merits great attention and I have certainty that Javier \ud83d\udc1d beBee have a better answer than mine. As for your writing "I am not sure how you align chaos with order in this fashion, but i must say it is interesting to watch as it develops" this is a message that I tried to communicate in this buzz. The self-organizing of ideas is spontaneous meaning that it doesn't need help from others to make it happen. The writer takes a continuous supply of energetic ideas from different resources and sources. All of a sudden a self-organizing structure appears. It is the reward we get for supplying energy accessibly that lead to self-organizing of ideas. It is an emergent effect and because it is so the writer can't plan for it , or even predict it.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#21
Franci\ud83d\udc1dEugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador- your comment is great and your stating that "Writing is definitely a journey of discovery and self-discovery" is spot on. I tend to use mind maps and the fishbone of ideas to categorize them. What I experience that the first few ideas are greased. They are like opening a tap water and at first the water is turbid. It is refining these ideas and adding to them is the challenge. Once the grease gets less more idea starting pouring out from the "tap of ideas". Sometimes, we generate many ideas that become too many to digest. We may discard some, connect few ideas together and add emulsifiers (metaphors) to quote Harvey Lloyd. The greatest moment is that when we see a new arrangement and structure of collected ideas that self-organize. That is moment I capture to start writing with high emotions. I appreciate your comment and sharing the buzz.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#22
our "writing journey mapping" is simply superb Harvey Lloyd. We start with an idea that isn't mature yet (greased ideas). The writer then decides on the value of an idea. Then the writer add emulsifiers (brain thoughts) to refine them and make them digestible by adding metaphors. The reader then evaluates the idea and may add his/her thoughts if the idea is still not up to the value he/she expects Discussions lead to the enrichment of the idea. This is a splendid comment. For me , the emulsifiers are the process of adding removing greased-ideas and cleaning the thinking of the author. Thanks my friend for contributing a great comment as you removed some of the greased ideas in my head.

Randall Burns

Randall Burns

2 years ago #14

Excellent post Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee describing the creative process of writing, a very difficult task which you have described well. If I may be so bold as to quote from my article, "Why I Write"; "Our spirits and souls are the reservoirs of our experiences, emotions, concepts, ideas, wants and desires coupled with our minds that are the eternal spring bubbling with creation and expression constantly, impossible to shut off.... ...Writing is the art of translating/deciphering/simplifying your vast β€œreservoir” to that simple blank sheet of paper”. https://www.bebee.com/producer/@randall-burns/why-i-write It is a nebulous process indeed which you have described brilliantly. For me it is my "mind" bubbling with ideas, incoherent and unorganized, a mixture of intellectual and emotional, (like the water and /grease/oil analogy?) We need both to write, the emotional to relate, communicate and project and the intellectual to organize and present; I believe that it is a balance with the two. Agreed there is a process of removing the "chaf from the wheat", we form/create an idea but must edit/streamline/ focus that idea, like sharpening a knife to a razor's edge. I Cooking we often mix "water" and "oil", either in a simple suspension like a vinaigrette, or a chemical process like cooking a roux, (oil and flour cooked with a stock added to make a sauce). Great thought provoking post and you've described the actual "process" far better than I ever could. Well done Sir!

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #13

Customers and mapping was called market analysis when i was driving the dinosaurs back in the day. Those days where internet was just getting up and Apple was still a kool-aid group. I can see and we did, use β€œmapping” as a part of discovering why customers would choose us to fit out their spaces and what it took to meet and secure trust with new customers. Mapping out a first contact to successful completion of your first project with the customer caused some pretty ugly questions to get asked. Amazingly the first round of discussions were the ones i enjoyed. The false bravado of how great you are and the pride of your resume being the ante within the discussion. The second wave of mapping was where tough questions about the customer doesnt know you and doesnt care about your credentials as they have a drawer full of broken promises by credentialed people. One of my favorite discussions were the team members getting their cars fixed at the shop. Mapping their emotions that it broke down, and now the trust issues with the shops they dealt with and the expense and inconvenience. I would ask does them presenting you with their credit isle of skill help you over that?, this is what your customers are getting over also. Mapping how customers make decisions and what’s important is unique to each company you engage. Your first few meetings should be to establish the map, forget the sale.

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #12

When we map things we are suggesting that their is an end game of results we expect. The one thing you can pick up on quickly within writing is that endgame. I find the social media sphere fasinating as every writer is different and offers up different maps of meaning within their writing. Some establsihing ________, creating________, and some just researching thoughts within the sphere for reflection. When mapping a journey we can very quickly see how judgement when maps are compared might show up. I believe Javier \ud83d\udc1d beBee and the Team have taken on quite the challenge in merging social and proffesional. This map looks like a spaghetti noodle factory blew up. I see writers on the proffesional end complaining about social aspects while the social seem to go on with their writing, commenting and growth within communications. Socail and proffesional merging for the older generations is a tough concept. I am not up on the merge at the younger generations, but it does seem to be an important part of their world. When we map social it is more like pulling the lever at the casino, you dont know what will show up on the screen. Proffesional on the other hand has a map with, milestones, objectives and reinvention as the process develops. Very clear and concise lines and stops. I am not sure how you align chaos with order in this fashion, but i must say it is interesting to watch as it develops. If beBee lands this beast it will be a one off awesome site.

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

2 years ago #11

Writing or in general communications is a very challenging concept. Specifically as it applies to social media. Locked up in our brains are experiences we form ideas from and they exist in the β€œgreased state”. Not birthed but a series of experiences, thoughts and potentials. The potential of authoring the idea is locked up in potential value. Our view of the thought within the external world and what potential it may have. This potential IMHO is assessed in either writer or readers value, by the writer. This is where the motivation to bring the greasy idea into birth emanates. Once we have established the value of the idea in its places, we have to take the basic principals of our greasy thoughts and add emulsifiers. These would be the metophors or adjectives/adverbs that assist the reader in digesting the idea. This is where the value to the reader becomes very important. If the writer is a great writer i use very little of my own brain to assess the idea. If the writing lacks the appropriate emulsifiers β€œfor me” then i must add my own. The more value to the reader the more they are willing to add their own emulsifiers (brain time) to the writing. The less interested within the topic they will not take the time to add the requisite brain time to gain understanding. Communicating an idea is talent that is always being refined by the audience engaging.

Franci 🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador

I always have ideas, however, channeling them is sometimes a feat. I keep a word doc which includes words and phrases of interest. I find this helpful when I need new ideas or want to add more interest to my posts. I have a once a week blog where I feature an interesting word and then I include the word in a poem. My weekly post has a pingback feature so others can join in with their take on the word. It's working well and is a great way to learn and mingle with other writers. I write mostly poetry, which I like my words to send a message. I want to tell a story in a 3 line haiku, which is my challenge for myself and my goal is to perfect it. I write 4-5 times a week, which includes writing for others (poetry). I'm inspired by nature, changes of the seasons, music, and coffee! Writing is definitely a journey of discovery and self-discovery. β€œWe write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.” ― AnaΓ―s Nin

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#16
I loved your comment Bill King. It is truly admirable. This is a wonderful thought "Many times writing does act like a de-greaser of ideas in the waters of life". I focused my buzz on the waters running in our minds. You expanded this to the waters of life. I love this idea. I do hope that when the idea incubates in your mind that you share your thoughts with us.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#12
"Human nature: My goal is to project the diverse cultures of evolutionary thought in the world, to promote the source of inspiration to empower the reader in the beautiful task of "LEARNING TO TEACH", is of vital interest all help...", You have a noble goal as a writer Oswaldo Enrique Diaz Delgado

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#9
Great comment and great ideas. Yes, don't fear writing Clau Valerio. You have ideas worth of sharing with the world. Fear freezes us. Like you said we learn by making mistakes. No trouble as we learn from them.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#7
I have devoted almost the last 35 years of my life to connect sciences to understanding human-related issues. So, your comment dear speaks to my heart. I say million thanks to you.

Mohammed Abdul Jawad

Mohammed Abdul Jawad

2 years ago #5

Aha, you have the mastery in synthesizing content out of human emotions in corroboration with factual sciences. Great post Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#4
No, your writing is clear and far better than you think Clau Valerio

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#3
It is morning here and your appreciation is the best greeting I could dream of dear Clau Valerio. I described my journey writing this buzz. As you said I experienced the birth of the idea spontaneously and it captured my feelings. So, I decided to write it. It is post this stage that many relevant ideas are born that sent my mind in different directions exploring all possibilities that I could think of. But I felt I am in a chaotic state. How to proceed with writing the idea. It is the moment that you see an emerging possibility that connects the ideas that make writing fun and joy. Thank you Claire and I am rewarded by your very kind words more than you can imagine.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#1
You must have experienced the birth of new ideas while writing a buzz dear Debasish Majumder. One idea thrills you, another idea freezes you and make you hesitant if what you write is worthy. Even same idea has two faces- one that is encouraging and smiling with the other face repelling your thoughts. You feel you swim in greasy waters. The emotions rise and fall and more ideas make you more perplexed. Which idea to consider? Somehow, what seemed chaos suddenly self-organizes and you find a new idea compromising all or most ideas. The writers journey is emotional. I appreciate your kind words and sharing of the buzz.

Debasish Majumder

Debasish Majumder

2 years ago #1

excellent buzz sir Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee! i wonder only about the speed of idea and its intensity and vibration which eventually make a prolific impact to my emotions! great buzz sir. enjoyed read and shared. thank you for the buzz.

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