CreativeMornings Edinburgh The John Byrne Award: “Values and anxiety”
Alex Humphry-Baker The mornings so far
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CreativeMornings Edinburgh Carry Stress In The Jaw
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Douglas Marshall Everybody Just Chill
Mari Sierra Reconocer la ansiedad
Sam Groetski Anxiety
Jacob Boehm Jacob Boehm: Anxiety
Mitch Reyes Anxiety Q&A
Mitch Reyes Mitch Reyes on Anxiety
Dr Esslin Terrighena Understanding ANXIETY with Dr Esslin Terrighena
Nikki-Lee Hampton Keeping calm on your own path
Celine van Till Trust your strongest fears
Aisha K. Finding peace in chaos!
La star c'est TOI "La scène des CreativeMornings est à vous" #Anxiety
Arianna Porcelli Safonov Il mio strumento di lavoro: l'ansia
Jonny Cotsen Louder Is Not Always Clearer
Marta Olejnik Q & A
Marta Olejnik Anxiety is only in your head.
Sophie Grodin Making a career in Performance Art
Kim Eckert Anxiety Is Not The Enemy
Michael Nieling The Importance of Balance in Life
Lucas De Nardi Casa Rio Branco
Meizan Diandra Nataadiningrat Meizan Diandra Nataadiningrat
Olivia Whitehouse Creativity + Anxiety = A Love Story.
Reza Ghiabi Anxiety
Michelle Le Overcoming fear and anxiety by connecting through photography
Abena Boamah-Acheampong Hanahana Beauty
Lilo Sánchez Lilo nos habla sobre: Ansiedad
Blázquez y Gárate La ansiedad
David Baldoví Entrevista a David Baldoví
Erik Rodin Organisational Anxiety
Edd Conboy Anxiety
Melanie Weinberger Entrepreneur
Teal Pfeifer Overcoming Anxiety and Creating a Culture of Safety
David Lorscheid David Lorscheid
Javier Ruiz Collantes Libertad creativa y reglas de sistemas
Shreevatsa Nevatia How to travel light
Claire Campbell Claire Campbell
Tamar Lucien Overcoming Anxiety
Володимир Бєглов In partnership with Anxiety
Emma Nazzar Emma Nazzar
Nicole Payseur Om Yoga Diva
Ngaio Parr How to feel the fear and do it anyway
Michaela Alexis Living with agoraphobia
Nina Liz Petig Nina Liz Petig
Krista Parry Embracing your Anxiety
Julie Théberge Anxiété
Wesley Newfarmer and Jessica Pratt Ride the anxiety train to success
Jon Setzen Founder, CreativeMornings/Los Angeles
Dymphie Braun Anxiety - CreativeMornings Utrecht
Tim Röhn Angst hindert mich nicht.
Moira Malzoni Anxiety - Janeiro 2018
James White Anxiety Sucks. You Don't.
Julie Philippon Avoir l’anxiété comme compagnon de route
Gaelle Bovy “Turning your next stressful meeting into the most successful one”
Jenni Stuart Jenni Stuart Fine Jewelry
Dainius Jakučionis 3 advices to overcome anxiety
David Baldoví Diseñador estratégico y formador
Amena Brown Amena Brown
June Myrenget Fossback Anxiety: A Creative Superpower?
Abdulhakeem Jomah Abdulhakeem Jomah
Nathan Vos Anxiety and men
Jenee Darden Q&A with Jeneé Darden
Jenee Darden Anxiety is My Frenemy
Alfredo Villar Alfredo Villar
Svetlana Cârstean Anxiety as a friend and a foe
Gab Bonesso Comedian and Mental Health Advocate
Alison Greco [ SHORT ] Anxiety and the Promise of Mixed Realities
Alison Greco Anxiety: Swimming in Poison Water
Liliana Selva Ansia... vieni che ti abbraccio!
Виктор Ширяев Виктор Ширяев
Lindsay Harle-Kadatz Unleashing Your Anxiety
Lukas Biry on Anxiety
Jess Kimmel Unraveling My Anxiety Through Imagery
Marie Salomonová Úzkost a duševní hygiena
Lianne Keemink Living with anxiety & imposter syndrome
James Avant IV James Avant IV made his biggest vulnerability his brand with OCD Cakes
Richard Sauerman The Brand Guy
Catalina Dash Catalina Dash
Yaniv Gafner Yaniv Gafner
Minh Y Nguyen Designer and Illustrator
2018 Audience Audience Takes the Stage 2018
Diana Buluga Transforming your fears
Katie Hawkins-Gaar Minute by Minute
Stephanie Hickling Beckman Anxiety-Free Exhibitionism
Merideth VanSant A Formula for Anxiety
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Tim Guthrie Where I Was, What I Went Through, and Where I Ended Up.
Josh Clark The Era of the Algorithm
Josh Clark Q&A with Josh Clark
Josh Clark 30-second pitches
Josh Clark Debbie Millman reads the CreativeMornings manfiesto
Josh Clark Live performance by Erin Kim
Saurabh Kochhar How to handle anxiety
Yana Yaneva What I learned from anxiety
Victoria Maxwell Hug Your Anxiety & Unleash Creativity
Sandra Knecht Sandra Knecht
Natalie Baxter on Anxiety
Nick Coppolo Harnessing the Magical Power of Anxiety
Stephanie Wittels Wachs Anxiety
Laurie-Beth Robbins Anxiety - The Most Powerful Tool We are Given
Rob Stewart Rob Stewart
Erin Mahone The Four R's of Anxiety
Jay Clouse Weaponize Your Anxiety
Masa Bozovic Anxiety - Contain, Mentalize, and Pacify
Jennifer Ament Jennifer Ament
Mónica Varea Mónica Varea
Michelle Guobadia Anxiety
Take your creative anxiety and bring it into the room with you. You’ll find your vulnerability, you’ll find your humanity – the thing that connects all of us to each other. When you bring that into your creative process, you can actually create from this very honest and authentic place. And that’s what we identify with.
You’ve got to pinpoint what’s underneath your creative anxiety.
For some of us, starting small is getting out of bed today. If that's your start small, then celebrate it.
Send one scary email today. A scary email is sending an email to someone who has no reason to say yes to what I'm asking or who will certainly reject me. If you got one, send it. Start and start small.
Avoidance is the fuel for anxiety… the answer for helping with your anxiety is moving toward it.
Por más que uno quiera tener el control, uno no tiene el control de nada.
That same sensation that is bring about the frenetic and pathetic seeming moments is bringing you a choice.
The same exact energy which anxiety does rear its head with...does demand that we jump into our zones, we go looking for the good, we hug the strong.
It is integral in moments of anxiety regardless of external circumstances that we do go looking for the good.
We have to get into it quickly and eradicate the negative before it builds and we have to then proactively redirect all of that angst into a productive and positive form of good.
I have learned to slay that animal of anxiety swiftly and ferociously and like a savage beast.
I do believe that when we hug the strong it goes a long way.
When we jump into high anxiety-ridden fields we have an opportunity to grow--not the fat way--but the good way.
If we're doing this dance called life correctly, and navigating anxiety smoothly and lucidly too therefore, then we do change.
The same galvanizing, powerful, energy that anxiety presents does only bring with it...a choice.
Anxiety brings with it massive energy and it is what we do with that energy which separates us.
I was alas 150% happy and I was in my element and had discovered my authentic self.
Our zones demand that we do summon some strength from within.
I was never ensconced in the throngs of social conventions or the traditional methods of treating and identifying anxiety.
Woman with a palate and a penchant and a passion and love and warmth for life and for experiences and for food. Yes!
Let's go slay some dragons and get down to the fun.
Wine, for me, is a very happy thing. We raise our big goblet of gratitude toward life and celebrations.
And it is via those passions too that I have an opportunity every single day to share my greatest innate gift with the world which is getting people excited about life.
We get so wrapped up in our own anxiety... in waiting for someone to reach out that we forget that maybe sometimes we should reach out too.
Those moments that we're scared of are just that: they're moments. That one hour will be gone but the six months you spent leading up to that hour is actually the majority of your life.
It's not about my limit, it's about opening up a whole new pathway to explore.
Anxiety and excitement come from the same place in the brain. It's just the lens through which you're looking at it.
You're always going to be trying to create something you've never done before. It's the nature of humanity. You just have to have the tools to cope with it,
These coping mechanisms we learn throughout life become our operating system, and it's actually how we end up showing up everywhere in the world.
You're always going to be the common denominator in any environment that you're in.
The thing about anxiety that bothers me is that we are not taught how to deal with it.
Futuring [is] where you create this fake future of failure and then you live into it because the interesting thing is that the pictures you create in your head, your body thinks they're real, no matter what they are, and starts to react to it.
"The safety of others is not a spectator sport"
It's not that long that you get to live and why would you wait until retirement to do the things that you care about?
No one knows what you want to do - you need to tell them.
It doesn't matter what your job is, you have privilege and it's such a privilege to use that privilege [to lift others up].
I'm a big proponent of starting before you're ready because then you don't really know what you're in for and you can't talk yourself out of it.
Worrying means you suffer twice.
[When asking for help}, the trick is to not expect them to take you from 0 to 100, expect them to take you from 70% to 80%.
To be interesting, you have to be interested.
You can love something, you can love the job and you can realize that it's not perfect for you and move on.
It's ok to do something you've never done before.
I've had three career change and I'm just past 30. And none of them were mistakes. They're all great.
Because anxiety feeds off of embarrassment and guilt and shame, and if you treat it like this deep dark secret, you're gonna forever live in this darkness.
Anxiety has taught me a very, very hard lesson: that if you don't design the life you want, the world will do it for you.
I know in design we talk a lot about speck work and free work. I think this is the time to work for free, to spend our time instead of writing that think piece on Medium about why we're pissed off about Dropbox's rebrand.
At the end of the day, design is about solving problems and it's about solving the right problems.
You need to trust the people that you work with.
If you're sitting in a war room covered in Post-its and pictures and things like that, get up and walk out. . . . Get lost in nature. I know it sounds crazy but it works.
You have to understand how to relate to your audience, what their struggles or their successes are. And if you can't relate or if you don't care it's not the right project for you.
If you have customer support in your organization, become really good friends with them. They have all the answers.
We have to passionately care about the work we're doing. Don't take a job if you don't care about the project.
By the way, hosting is better than speaking.
Se dice que exceso de pasado es depresión, el exceso de presente es estrés, y el exceso de futuro ansiedad.
Anxiety means to worry excessively, to worry more than the situation warrants.
From a clinical standpoint, we learn that anxiety and depression come from the same part of the brain. They can be expressed similarly or at the same time … anxiety and depression often occur together.
When you feel fear that's a signal of risk and that risk in creative works is usually opportunity.
Being a creative professional you've signed up to have a literal daily battle.
Creative people tend to walk tightropes without a net. Now that I’m older, I realize that the tightrope is really as wide as the sidewalk.
Be confident in your abilities. Live fearless. Find your happy place. Bring cookies.
Exercise the no sphincter rule. Life’s too short for working with jerks and crappy projects. Exercise patience. Something cool will always come along.
Crippling creative anxiety is a different place, and I don’t live there anymore.
"My art seems to get me into trouble, but for some reason, that doesn't stop me."
Когда мы горим и жаждем, у нас не бывает проблем
The future should not be self-driving. I think the best way we can put these fears and anxieties aside is to take the driver seat. Be intentional about this; be kind to one another.
This old song that if you're free you're not the customer, you're the product. It's quickly becoming this: You are the training data. By using this system, you are giving up information to some purpose that you may not be completely aware of.
We need to get people on our teams that reflect the broader community.
How do we avoid building our ugly past into the future? Maybe put another way: How do we think about gathering data that reflects the future we want to build?
If we're taking all of the past data to predict the future, doesn't that mean we're going to have all of the problems of the past?
The important thing to understand about machine learning is that what they're great at is figuring out what's normal. And then predicting the next normal thing. . . . Question is, what if normal is garbage? What if we're giving it data that has inherent bias in it?
A lot of the times we think about machine learning, algorithms, as being the work of data scientists and of engineers. . . . There is also an important role in design for all of it, for the presentation of this information.
It's really about setting appropriate expectations for what the system can do and channeling behavior in the right way.
What I found the more that I work with and design these machine learning experiences is that it's less about designing for a fixed path through information and much more about trying to put some guardrails up around the weird stuff that the people will ask these 'smart systems.'
Creative person or not, if you've been tuned into the news at all the past few years — no matter what your political stance may be you've felt this national, maybe global feeling of anxiety.
"...but if you do your best, you can never be angry that anxiety won, right? I gave it everything I got and if it didn't work out ... that's ok I'm still worthy, I'm still creative, I'm still authentic and yeah, I'm still lovable."
"..but if I've recognized what my triggers (to anxiety) are, I can actively work on making it better and ... embracing whatever the universe wants to throw my way..."
Anxiety whether friend or foe, whether you do these 3 things or not; remember, human beings, it doesn't have to control who you are. It doesn't have to define who you are.
If you do your best, you can never be angry that anxiety won.
Do your best - anxiety does not want you to do your best. Anxiety will make you run away from the best possible you. Anxiety will want the worst for you.
Here is the one gift that anxiety actually gives us - anxiety reminds us that we are human, and we are alive, and we are feeling. And, for good or for bad, the feelings will trigger others, trigger ourselves, guide our moon, guide our stars, guide what we are doing in life.
Recognize and redirect. Recognize when you actually have anxiety in your life, and name it for what it is.
Let go, to quell the voice. You can't do it all, you can't please everyone... you're not nutella.
I had actually conquered the anxiety, conquered the fear, and done something that made me feel alive. Alive.
Anxiety is what keeps us segregated in 2018, in Charlotte. Anxiety is when people are like "I didn't even know that when on over here, or there, or that was even a thing". It prevents us from knowing each other.
I also know that if I don't push past that anxiety, that person and me may never learn. That we may never have new conversations, I we don't push past the exterior, and have some real hard and honest conversations about stuff that matters.
But, the fact that I walk the Earth with anxiety of what people think of me, and what they interpret of me, because of how my skin looks and how my hair is done... that anxiety is, almost, retarding. It keeps me in one place.
I inspire men and women to be better than they were yesterday, and even better tomorrow #WeMakeLeaders
You realize that anxiety is an internal force, right? It starts from within. It is, literally, self-sabotage.
Anxiety is experiencing failure in advance