Vitmar Basha Change
Steve Fisher Change
Mark Raheja Mark Raheja
David Eriksson & Felix Hill Designing for the Experience Age
Elena Velazco Elena Velazco
Pascal Depuhl Without Passion You're Going to Give Up
Alina Wheeler We are all rock stars now.
Cathy Byrd Be the Picture of Positive Change
Annemieke Fontein The City As Your Canvas
Gustavo Maca Wojciechowski La melodía de la mano
Georgia Hill Georgia Hill
Maarten Desmet NDVR - Maarten Desmet
Ebba Hultengren & Nicolina Jonsson SXSW Special with Jung Relations
Dudley Gregorie Adapting with the Inevitable
Leonie Hayden Propogating otherness
Susan Angel Miller Post-Traumatic Growth: Overcoming Tragedy
Harri Mansikkamaki Change
Gabriel Marcoux Chabot Gabriel Marcoux Chabot
Dmitry Kirillov What is virtual reality right now?
D. Lynn Meyers Say yes, then figure it out
Carlos Soro Facilitador del Cambio
Michel Cartier Le futur commence aujourd'hui
Jennifer Johns Transforming Community through Music
Giuseppe Pizzuto | MP5 Of Changes
Iddo Gruengard Metamorphosing
Van Tucker Evolving Nashville's cultural landscape
Thomas Amann Thomas Amann
Melanie Harrington President and CEO of Vibrant Pittsburgh
Michelle Constant How to affect change
Michelle Constant Teaser
Matt and Lentil Food, ecological farming & trade
Joseph Park From north to south
Gary Williams The change that changes your life
Batuhan Aydagül Social Change
Jamil Abu-Wardeh Where things are going, who would have thought
Jacqueline Novogratz Change through Creativity
Jacqueline Novogratz Q+A
José Antonio Ritoré Director de campañas de change.org España
Dillan DiGiovanni The Importance of Change
Morvern Cunningham Transforming Spaces Through Art
The Publisher Sharing refugee stories
Fabricio Estrada Las Formas del Cambio
András Húnfalvi András Húnfalvi
Laura Kalbag Ethical Design
Rocky Garza Our Incessant Need to Change
Elmar Mock Taking the Plunge!
Jong-hyuk LEE LOUD
Carol Ross Barney Carol Ross Barney
Paul Dunca Going through changes
Kay Shames Plan B Moments
Michele Guaschino Michele Guaschino
Kwame Ferreira Kwame Ferreira
Kelly Krause Publicist, Cyclist, and Writer
Jorge Tellaeche Inevitable, inevitable inevitable...
Christian CLOT Changement, source de l'extraordinaire
Megan Gonzalez Change is Life (+Q&A)
Lidija Globokar We did not come to fear the future. We came here to shape it.
Edmar Ferreira Edmar Ferreira
Jennifer Lu 2016 Mar. Change
Nienke van der Wal Q&A
Nienke van der Wal Becoming an art collector
Karen Chang Karen Chang talks about CHANGE
Heather Champ How I Stopped Worrying and Love Change
Cláudia Giudice Cláudia Giudice
Elizabeth O'Neill Because Bourbon
Ane Cortzen Never stay in a boring job
Janaína Queiroz Change
Ivan Moudov The Exchange
Candace Faber Candace Faber
Cementerio Club 20 años de rock
Brad Anderson Small Spheres of Influence
Ron Megee The many faces of change
Zdeněk Lanc CHANGE is good.
Daniel Caminha Nômade
Linda Eliasen This is Fine
Dres Tha BEATnik D.R.E.S tha BEATnik
Naomi Natale Discovering Process
Jeff Nicholas The Uprising Creative
Jessica Moon Change With No Expectations
Nathan Hall Changes in Classical Music
Louis Cherry + Marsha Gordon Louis Cherry & Marsha Gordon - Change
Louis Cherry + Marsha Gordon Louis Cherry + Marsha Gordon Q+A
Jolita Vaitkutė The power of a media artist (LT)
edreys wajed Waiting on Elevators
Jeff Rock Change: The Constant
Luca Pitoni Redesigning Catholicism
Pekka Salokannel Form, Function & Freedom in 3D-printing
Pekka Salokannel A.I. as a Designer? — Q&A Session
Estefania Valls Urquijo "el cambio herramienta valiosa para la evolución"
Michael Schmitz Change, or: How to learn German in 30 days
Carl McIntyre Hope is a Four Letter Word
Mathew Chow Initiating Change
Mathew Chow Mathew Chow. Change and Creativity
It is impossible for any person, or team of people to know for certain what information is valuable to all the people inside an organization.
You will never figure out what's right until you fix what you already know if inherently wrong.
Change is terrifying because it’s 99% of the time positive, and if we don’t change we die.
Generalmente cuando me ponen ..como limites ... generalmente lo que trato de hacerlo es romperlos
Once somebody connects with you on a truly honest level, that connection never goes away.
The ability to change as the world around you changes is essential.
It’s about being in the business of not jeopardizing who you are because you’re scared of continuing.
Are you making small changes everyday to get to where you wanna go?
By sharing and being transparent you open yourself to a whole new tribe
We should be the parents of our future, rather than the offspring of our past.
Si el cambio va a venir de todas maneras, entonces relájate. Relájate, acéptalo, y transforma toda esa energía hacia otra dirección.
And so the question that I leave each of you with, is for you, as individuals, What is your audacious dream?
"si no duele el cuerpo , no graba e entendimiento y no evoluciona el alma"
"Estás buscando, deseando románticamente un cambio, que a lo mejor nunca va a llegar y que tú mismo no estás produciendo"
For those who raised their hand wanting to make a change, is it so scary now knowing all you need to do is to change your perspective?
Change is absolutely not a one-time thing. We're always evolving every single day.
Are you out there having fun? Are you doing what you love? Are you making small changes every day to get you where you want to go?
When you start to make big changes like that, or even small changes like that, a lot of big things start to happen.
Values, strengths and self-awareness, if not identified and owned, effect no one.
What do you do when you're a sad little cube person whose tears are fueling the building you work in?
I'm from New England, we plan shit out.
This is personal. It's millions of actual people making a few signifiant changes in our way of thinking that incubates an insidiously infectious collective of change.
Why wouldn't we choose to change to a society that nurtures the best in us, instead of breeding the worst?
I'm not advocating a return to agrarian society, I'm inviting you to think what it would be like to reach back into the past, find that thing of value, and imagine a society that valued that type of thinking related to family, community, connectivity, inter-dependence — instead of profit.
Re-Evolution: Reaching back into the past to find things of quality that inspire us, and then re-evolve them using new thinking.
We were taught that the American Dream was an honor to struggle for, and we are struggling more than we used to.
As real people, the capacity for personal transformation is one of the best thing we have going for us.
I find the capacity to change that we have as people, one of the most moving features of the human condition.
The fiction that the wealth and prosperity being generated today is "worth it," makes We The People the principal enablers of a pretty twisted system that leads to our own destruction.
Through absurd laws, we the people permit, invite, and even pay corporations to exploit our environment without any moral obligation of any kind.
I find gross wealth disparity inhumane and insupportable.
The birth of "corporate personhood" is probably the most lopsided and Orwellian speak of all time - and has had the most far reaching impacts. Overnight it bestowed on these corporations the rights of a human but with no obligation to support or participate in the society that supports it.
When we are honest with ourselves about it, when we think about the decline of nearly all the planets ecosystems that can support life, there is no way to see the impacts of industrial free markets as anything than the largest single failure in the history of humanity. That seems to indicate something that needs to be dealt with, and I look for some way to participate in that.
Unless you are a "deny-er," you are fully aware that we're creating a debt that future generations are gonna have difficulty paying.
Nothing drives global change and impacts to our society and our personal lives like the existence and activities of corporations.
Only the most self destructive of us doesn't seek some progress in their personal lives, their professional lives, society they belong to.
Change is a wise sage.
When you take action, you stop operating from a 'what if?' standpoint to a 'what now?' standpoint.
You have to put action into things in order to see change.
If we personify change, it's very wise.
Everyday is hard, but everyday is good too. Possibilities? Endless.