Michal Iwanowski Exploring loss through photography
Rashad Rayford Going From Lost to Found
JOHANNA Escobar Los Conflictos del Alma Creativa
Nifa Akousa Lives Lost and Atrocities at the Santa Rita County Jail
Juan Guillermo Ossa Juan Guillermo Ossa
Marga Weimans Virtuous Fashion Designer
Beatriz Magro Komvida Kombucha Orgánica
Véronique Vigneault Directrice générale Le BEAM
elena testa LOST Lost Memories
Giorgia Prates Lost
John Gutzler Lost - November 2019
Yu-Wen Wu Lost
Jasper Wong Lost in Translation Q & A
Jasper Wong Lost in Translation
Cindy Mkaza-Siboto on Lost
Claudine Labelle Comment se retrouver à travers le sport
Joey Robinson Joey Robinson
Ben Van Alboom Get lost!
Melissa Pinel Perderse y encontrarse con las indomables
Sally M. Solaymantash on LOST
Joosep Matjus Getting lost in wildlife movies
Kyle DeGroff LOST
Reginald Dwayne Betts Changing Innocence
Daniel Massarella Lost - A creative process from a dancer's perspective
Simon Bray Building empathy and understanding
Gab Smith Lost
Kay Rufai Retrieving our lost innate creativity
Laura Meek Lost by chance, lost by choice
Florin Cage Sweet Damage Crew
Emily Hurd The Art of Losing, The Art of Lost
Jacki Carr No Longer a Stranger
Vanessa Louis Left-Eye Blind
Carly DeFilippo Not Just Lost in Translation
Ben Levine The Unexpected Loss of Time
Prairie Rose Seminole Lost Through Lack of Connection
Lukáš Hána Critical thinking for the digital age
Cyndi Caviedes Maíz, tortillas y realidad virtual
Agata Czachórska Q & A
Agata Czachórska LOSTED balance of the planet
Isabella Ianelli & Nathália Roberto Lost - Novembro 2019
Serban Tiganas Musical performance - Andrei Muresan
Serban Tiganas Lost and Found
Brendan Shanley Get Lost Daily to Fully Immerse Yourself
Kelsey Daniels Lost
Sasha Maya Ada Davis Big Thought
Esther Perel The Power of Relational Intelligence
Esther Perel Q&A with Esther Perel
Esther Perel CreativeMornings/New York Choir Performance
Esther Perel Manifesto Reading
Esther Perel 30-Second Pitches
Maksut Aşkar Lost
Audience Takes The Stage 2019 Five Speakers On The Theme Of LOST
Stephanie Renz Stephanie Renz on LOST CM Munich
Lisa Jakub Get Lost
Lisa J. Weiss Lost as a Gateway to Creativity
MARIA FERNANDA CARLOS Perdida (lost) por Maria Fernanda Carlos
Wesley Hoffman Treehouse Network Shop
Benjamin Grant Discovering A New Perspective of Earth
CreativeMornings Wellington CreativeMornings Wellington 2019
Hilary Green Traveling encounters
Melanie G. S. Walby Life Is Short, Life Is Long (+Q&A)
Erika Schneider Being Lost is a Journey
Norbert Redkie O gubieniu się i odnajdywaniu
D. Watkins Lost | Creative Mornings Baltimore
Lauren Bogle Lauren Bogle : LOST
Barbara Könches Künstleravantgarde ZERO
Poet Jen Harris Lost
Lindsay Varty Lindsay Varty on LOST
Barry Wormser LOST - Nov. 2019
Jo Roca Designer and Creative Director
Myra Awodey Preserving Culture through Language
Gabriela Oliveira Gabriela Oliveira
Robert Dichtl Loss // Robert Dichtl
Rick Smith Access Lost
Tanya Torp Radical Hospitality
Maria Paula Oliveira Lost and Found
Julia Casotti Mulheres empreendedoras: fortalecimento de redes femininas é essencial para os negócio
Hugh Devereux-Mack How art can help us find our voices and connect again
Jimmy Westerheim From Lost to Purpose
David Hughes Lost On Arrival
Berta Tilmantaite Lost and found
Sharon Roberts Lost - CreativeMornings/Derby
Erica Brooks What's the opposite of Lost?
Mario Oliva Lost
Hemalatha Venkataraman What Being Lost Helps You Find
Christie Morgan Pitch Studios
Doug Shipman LOST
Jocelyn Found Through Music
Hans-Christoph Schultheiss Be a Fan not a professional
Ahi Karunaharan LOST
Lara Bint Bassam Lara Bint Bassam
D. Doug Mains Runabout Coffee Co
Rachel Johnson There must be something more than this.
Kevin 'Blaxtar' de Randamie Kevin 'Blaxtar' de Randamie
Pedro Gonçalves NOMAD
Philip Lhamsuren You can never be Lost
Douglas Trattner The Menu Thief
Andrew Downs "Administering balance in politics."
Kate Hsu Kate Hsu
John Pettit John Pettit - Lost
William Burg William Burg
Miranda Hodge There’s an art in being lost
Underware In the Void
Corinne Eisenring Corinne Eisenring
Joe Cunningham Lost
Barbara Aschenwald Lost – ein Plädoyer für die Suche
Mitch Richardson What to Do When You've Lost Your Passion
Stu Pollard Develop Your Creative Positioning System
Susan McDowell Community Leader
Joe Mak Pro Tip: Get Lost
Benita Conde Lost ... and Found
Josie Cáceres "Fluir: Sobre el cuerpo (y la danza) y Perder"
Bakor Altayar Bakor Altayar
Demion Clinco Losing our great modernist architecture
Jason Hausman Lost
Inez Cook The Flight of your Path
Inez Cook Profile of Inez Cook, co-founder of Salmon n’ Bannock Bistro
“Luck is essentially a combination of preparedness, openness, and follow through.”
You’ve got the right to change your mind.
Give yourself permission to make mistakes.
What problems are you avoiding—in business and in your personal life? And what are the consequences of that?
We are so busy chasing other things that we don’t realize what we’ve actually got.
If you’re not careful, you will lose who you are by not looking at what you are avoiding.
Guard your health more than your wealth.
I had no idea at the time that all of these opportunities would come of it, so you never know what will happen when you find yourself in these times, and if you're able to create in these moments where that's all you can do, you're kind of stripped of everything else you can possibly do, all you can do is kinda resort to what makes sense to you - I think that is the time to, y'know, carpe diem, make it happen.
And sometimes you have to get out in the middle of nowhere to be able to be completely lost in these landscapes, and to create imagery that transports you to places that you can only really dream of.
You just kind of have to go with what happens.
Find people that you can connect with and that you can reach out to in the creative world in these times.
I feel like I create some of my strongest work when I am at my moodiest, and whenever I'm in my lost points
To actually just get on a bus, get out of town, find these new places; it sounds cliche to say it but you get lost you get found and find yourself when you separate yourself from what you're familiar with
I know there's something here for me, and I'm gonna find it
This was also foundational; Creative Mornings was one of my first things I did when I moved to Edinburgh.
what I sort of found myself getting lost in was taking opportunities as they came because starting out you have to be a yes man.
(freelancing) we go up and down in peaks and troughs with our process and with our work, and find ourselves in lots of low points where we lose our sense of identity.
One person can take risks better when there is someone next to them who actually manages and assesses the risk.
You can only do something because you have another one next to you who is doing that you don't want to do or can't do or deny its importance.
Work is no longer even just a production economy, nor even just a service economy. It's an identity economy. It isn't just what I'm gonna do next, it's who I'm gonna be next.
Life is not about finding yourself, but creating yourself.
Relationships are harmony-disharmony-repair, connection-disconnection-reconnection. It's in the reconnection that the trust gets built. You have to have a rupture in order to actually build the trust.
If you allow yourself to leave the beaten path, weird and memorable shit will happen to you.
We can communicate at lightning speed these days. That doesn't mean you have to.
... the intentions that were inside of me being manifest.
Are you willing to allow 'lost' to give you something?
How do we allow 'lost' to show up in our lives?
These moments of 'lost,' they call us into being and they're also really uncomfortable.
"Practice like you've never won. Perform like you've never lost."
I discovered that the impossible is actually possible.
Breathing is still movement.
"Las personas que no pertenecemos a ni a un lado ni al otro, somos puente, somos portales, nos comunicamos en los dos lados"
"El arte es para comunicar"
Everything costs something.
The best thing that ever happened for me as an artist is when I became comfortable being uncomfortable.
Who you are and what you want to be is already inside of you. You just have to trust who you are.
When you are lost, every direction is right.
One of the best things that's happened to Buffalo is that we've changed our attitude. [...] We've got folks that are really accentuating the positive
When I got lost, I started to pay attention.
It is not radical hospitality to come in and tell other people what they need to do. It's radical when you let them lead and you get out of the way.
I hope and pray that my inner compass yields to radical hospitality always, even if I get it wrong, because I've seen the richness in my life I wouldn't find anywhere else. And I hope the same for you, and our community too.
Radical hospitality opened my heart and gave me a family, y'all. People I'm not related to by blood, but they're my family.
Walk alongside young people. They really need us.
I define radical hospitality as 'transformational connection through welcome.'
In my lifetime, I've noted a shift away from the sheer thought of engagement and collective humanity, making way for apathy, complacency and even anger, hatred and greed. And I'm kinda sick of it. What about y'all?
There's that nasty adage out there that, "those who can't do, teach." And when this guy, who is a Fortune500 CEO tells me, "You should go teach, and oh by the way when I was starting this company I was spending nights teaching young people how to start a business," that was pretty inspiring.
‘Love Letter’ is about being tired of being negative and just wanting to be confident and knowing that it’s okay to be confident. When I sing the words, I am reminding myself and I am reminding other people that it’s okay to want to love yourself and be confident in yourself, no matter what.
Replace the sliders with a Trumpen (= Stick). By moving the Trumpen, we can play the letter (s).
What we had in the past was typography, what we have now is Grammatography: Writing with letters which may react to the user and reader.
At the moment there exists a kind of letter logic, that says A ≠ B, meaning: A and B are two different letters. In our model this logic is replaced by a form causality, meaning that a letter is what it becomes.
Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards. (Søren Kierkegaard)
It’s the blessing and the curse of the creative to find joy and fulfillment in the challenges.