Bees aren’t long for this world, so aside from a very short bucket list they pretty much start planning their exit right out of the gate.…er, hive. The “brood,” which is the term used for bees in the larval stage, are kept near the bottom centre of the hive where you’ll find nurse bees busily feeding the youth of tomorrow. The more nectar and pollen they can find, the more they will encourage the Queen to lay eggs to create even more bees. In effect bees are totally okay with giving away their jobs to settle into early retirement. Kinda like GM employees in the 80’s.
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So what's a trained chef with a Masters Degree in Art Business doing in the storytelling biz? Satisfying the relentless appetites of clients in the most artful way possible, of course. It's that ability to balance the needs of suppliers, teammates and others that has been Ellie's recipe for success. On any given day, she can be found responding to untimely requests, delivering upon impossible timelines, or managing multi-faceted projects like the building of the world's first Einstein Museum. And all with a smile on her face. Hmmm, maybe it has something to do with knowing the best restaurants to eat at for all those demanding client dinners?