Next Palm Beach speaker
July 20, 8:30am • Old School Square • part of a series on Intention
May Event with AJ Brockman
Last month we all gathered in the beautiful Kelsey Theater! Purgreens provided a delicious cold oatmeal and tasty juices while Subculture caffeinated us with their delicious coffee.AJ Brockman took the stage and quickly we were in awe of his story, tenacity, and how ridiculously talented he is!As an award-winning artist and Visionary genius, AJ is truly inspiring. He spoke on May’s Theme of “Commitment” sharing his story of how he didn’t let his disability (Spinal Muscular Atrophy) stifle him from fulfilling his dreams. Instead, he used his single hand to become an award-winning digital painter with a million dollar finger! He left all of us feeling like we can do anything as long as we are committed to the vision, process, and serving for the betterment of the community around us!*
Watch the video here:
Join us on Friday, June 15 at the Boca Raton Art Museum to hear Jennifer O'Brien, the Executive Director at Resource Depot, a creative reuse & learning center talk about ‘Craft.’ LEARN MORE
Many thanks to CMPB team:
Nichole Thomson - The Flamingo House
Meghan McKenna - bazookadigital.com
Jenni Klein Schwartz - Solmark Creative
Andy Bugsby - True North Creative
Joseph R. Russo - Palm Beach Tech
Brandyce Stephenson - bsoulworks.com
Sheri Felipe - sherifelipe.com
Ashley Marie Taylor - Nebular Agency
Norman Perkel - Norman Perkel Photography
Kevin Lawson - KVL media
Adam Ross - AR Design
Ryan Buynak - AR Design
Zlata Kotmina - Straight Fwd Co.
Yulia Konovnitsyna - Straight Fwd Co.
Jonathan Caplan - Lower Westside Design Company
Amber Tollefson - Docu + brand C R E A T I V E
What is it like to attend a CreativeMornings Palm Beach lecture & breakfast? Here is a 25-second glimpse from our February 2018 event at Grandview Public Market. Thank you to our volunteer producer and video creator, Reese Hendrik Blanke of FireOptic http://fireoptic.us/
Don’t miss our next event on March 16 with John Englander, an oceanographer, consultant and leading expert on sea level rise.
Never been to one of our events? Or perhaps you have but always wonder what exactly the flow was? Here is a quick run through:
We can’t wait to see you Friday for Anxiety with Teal Pfeifer - CMPB 1 Year Anniversary! at Sons & Daughters Farm and Winery.
Make sure you are on the list! Check out our event page for details.
Can you believe we are turning ONE already this January 2018? We feel so grateful to all of YOU who stood behind our mission to foster a close-knit creative culture throughout the Palm Beaches through the magic of CreativeMornings. We feel fortunate to connect so many remarkable people together on a monthly basis over breakfast and an inspirational talk. We’ve shared a whole year of incredible stories and moments. But the best is yet to come. Hope you are ready for another year of tribe-vibes, hugs and high-fives.
Here are some of our favorite highlights from 2017:
- CMPB Community: 553 members
- Social Reach: 835 followers on Instagram
- Moments Captured: 761 Photos
- Most Attended: August with Jeff Perlman
- Places We Went: 10 unique venues
- Partners We Adore: 45+ awesome businesses
We couldn’ve have done this without YOU! To celebrate our first anniversary, we invite you to join us on two separate occasions on January 19:
Event details: https://creativemornings.com/talks/teal-pfeifer
And, if you can’t join us in the morning, here is your opportunity to meet the community in the evening at CWS Bar + Kitchen in Lake Worth from 6-9 pm:
Event details: https://www.facebook.com/events/2065913936975541/
So no excuses, come morning or evening, or both! And bring a friend or peer. Let’s make 2018 even more special.
We know this has been a tough week for all of us in Florida. Many of you are still struggling with post-Irma clean-up, damages, and power outages. Our hearts are heavy seeing so much hardship all around. And yet, there is a certain power in the aftermath of a disaster to bring people closer together, to humble us, and make us kinder.
We regret to inform you that we will not be having our CreativeMornings Palm Beach event tomorrow due to the Hurricane Irma aftermath. After checking with our speaker and venue, we are unable to reschedule this event for either 9/22 or 9/29. Therefore, we are choosing to cancel it completely and begin planning for October 20th.
However, in the theme of ‘Compassion’, we will hold an informal meetup this month to host a Hurricane Irma relief effort, plus get our tribe together for a cup of coffee. There will be no speaker, no official presentation, but we’ll have some time to gather, share each other’s space, and unite to give back to those who need it most. We are in the middle of arranging all the details. Stay tuned for another announcement.
Last month we had the opportunity to gather and scope out the new TK2 Academy - Coding Bootcamp in Boca Raton, who so generously hosted our July Event. Delivery Dudes, one of our loved local sponsors, provided us with a delish bagel breakfast including all sorts of fancy schmears - lox spread yo! As always we enjoyed conversation over Subculture Coffee or Alchemy Juice for our non-caffeinated morning people. Palm Beach’s own “Young Millennial Go-getter to Watch”, Alexa Carlin, took the stage to encourage us to shift our focus from inequality to equality. Watch video (produced by AR Design) below to relive:
Then submit your FAVORITE QUOTE from this talk here.
DON’T MISS #CMPB AUGUST
Date: Friday 8/18, 8:30am - 10:00am
Speaker: Jeff Perlman
Venue: Arts Garage
CMPB June was unbelievable! We’ve never seen so many people at our event before. Thankful to all of you for your loyal support and spreading the goodness of CreativeMornings to your own circle. We love that our tribe has doubled in just 6 months and we look forward to continuing to rock your mornings!
Check out the video from June with Steve Nudelberg
His book “Confessions of a Serial Salesman” is now available for purchase HERE. Watch the video to see Steve reveal a couple of the tips.
SAVE THE DATE FOR JULY:
Learn more HERE. And don’t forget to signup once it opens on 7/17 at 9 am.
The month of May found the Palm Beach chapter of Creative Mornings charging forth and chatting it up in one of the pristine lecture rooms of the Palm Beach Photographic Center. The magnificent morning was presided over by speaker Roy B. Assad, who gave an empowered speech about self-worth and serendipity. The bagels were delicious, the Subculture coffee was piping hot, and the inspiration was heavy thick.
May Video: Roy Assad on Causing Serendipity
May Event Photos: click here
Save the Date:
June CMPB on 6/16 with Steve Nudelberg at the Social House, Lake Worth
April’s CMPB took place at Saltwater Brewery, which we packed to the brim with morning people, all excited to get their monthly dose of motivation. The event kicked off with a mini concert from Palm Beach Music Therapy Institute and ended with a fun-filled raffle. Many of us brought our own mugs to save on waste for Earth Day, which was the day after the event. Our speaker, Amanda Perna, was a pure delight, engaging the crowd with her incredible story (and fashion) about going beyond one’s comfort zones and continuing on. We are continually blown away by the attendance and the talent of CreativeMornings Palm Beach. As always, thanks to everyone who came, our speaker, sponsors and venue.
April Event Photos: click here
Save the Date: May CMPB on 5/19 with Roy Assad at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre
GOING GREEN FOR EARTH DAY at April’s CreativeMornings Palm Beach
In honor of the Earth Day, we are doing something different in April. We ask that you, our guest, Bring-Your-Own-Mug (BYOM) to the event on Friday 4/21 to help us minimize plastic and paper waste. Here are some stats to consider:• Enough plastic is thrown away each year to circle the earth four times.• The average American throws away approximately 185 pounds of plastic per year.• Plastic accounts for around 10 percent of the total waste we generate.
RAFFLES: We will have cool prizes to raffle off at the event in order to help us raise some funds to cover the cost of these events, which the organizing team is currently covering out of pocket. Please bring a few dollars in cash if you’d like to support us.