Agostina Chinelli El caos, según Agustina Chinelli
Roxanne Newman Chaos from a Heart Surgeon's Protocol
Pedro Saavedra September event at Farfetch
dax norman Artist & Educator
Fiona Killackey My Daily Business Coach
Bobby Eckert Calmness in Chaos.
Miguel Peiró Caos
Hubert Weitzer Chaos Deluxe
Rob Schamberger When Success Turns Into Chaos
Laura Patrón Lau Laura Patrón Lau
Rafa Lopez La creatividad proviene de los confictos
Nathan Martin Founder and CEO, Deeplocal
Prabda Yoon Prabda Yoon
Deise Warken Chaos
Erin Gilmore You can't solve chaos with more chaos.
Tami Hopf Tami Hopf on Chaos
Michelle Gonzales Q&A with Michelle Cruz Gonzales
Michelle Gonzales Code-switching punk rocker
COLLAB Chaos Panel
mir jansen We have the right, you have the right.
Agathe Lencien Agathe Lencien
Lucy Blair Lucy Blair
Sam Sanders NPR Reporter and Podcast Host
Michael Parson What the Font: Finding Order within Chaos
Yves Ubelmann Explore Human Heritage
Caio Vassão Chaos - Setembro 2018
Sunny Lin & Sophia Woo Sunny Lin & Sophia Woo: Chaos
Sergei Balabonin The theory and practice of CHAOS
Carlos Ferrando Caos como reto: Closca
Jasmin Lavoie Ensemble, on va plus loin
Jasmin Lavoie Ensemble, on va plus loin
Guillermo De Saint Malo El poder del caos
Greta Akcijonaitė Film distribution and braking windows
Ulrika Björkstam Chaos
Pouya Dianat Chaos and the Future of Technology
Roxana Gamart Chaos and Visual Arts
Jonathan Richards Finding beauty in chaos
Malcolm Ong Malcolm Ong on Chaos
Kero Zen Chaos is in each one of us
Nadzeya Makeyeva How to stop the creative chaos
Richard Vrdlovec My journey to meditation
Tay and Val Chaos is Life on Autocorrect
Ave Jaramillo Caos por el aniversario
Bekky BEUKES Chaos as Creative Fuel
Peter Jacobson Drawn together
Christopher Patrick Peterka CHAOS: Dancing stars.
Charlie Biedenharn Bakery Lorraine
Mindy Gledhill Chaos – A Resource
Serena Fagnocchi Controllare il Caos
Tonya Dalton Managing Success by Eliminating Chaos
Niki Gnezda OMG Chaos
Shannon Lee Finding Stillness in Chaos
Shannon Lee Q&A with Shannon Lee
Shannon Lee 30-second pitches
FINN It takes a village to raise a design system
Marie Lanyon Marie Lanyon
Galina Nedyalkova Education that teaches care and self-trust
Danny Kim From Chaos to Creativity
Chris Auret on Chaos and Collaboration
Paul Rowe Paul Rowe
Robin Coops The Glitch is Good
Vexta Artist: street, artist and muralist
Guillermo Sariñana e Irán Muñoz El CAOS como forma de trabajo
Guillermo Sariñana e Irán Muñoz El CAOS como forma de trabajo
Gregory Sivakoff Seeing adversity as a creative opportunity
Vince Kadlubek The House that Chaos and Order Built
Laura Reiss Finding Kindness in Chaos
Hana Walk-Brown The chaos in finding your own sound
Rebecca Hughes CHAOS and ZINES
Areej AlTabba Areej AlTabba
Domenico Melchiorre on chaos
Жанна Киселева Chaos
Chris Elmore Chaos
Matt Brehony Chaos
Fayiz Melibary Chaos
Serena Giusti Chaos Europa / Russia
GINGER HAHN Chaos
Jaylin Stewart How Art Helps Us Grieve
Martina Schütze Martina Schütze
Matt Shields Chaos In The Classroom
Thi Vo A Beautiful Chaos
Patricia Wheeler Creativity is Controlled Chaos
Michelle Nahanee Indigenous Innovator
Isabella Chen Isabella Chen
Saar Friedman Chaos with Saar Friedman
Ant Orant Randomness in the creative process
Se entendermos o caos como uma ruptura, pra deixar o que precisar ir embora e pra se abrir pro que tem pra florecer, a gente flui no caos.
O caos está o tempo inteiro presente, às vezes ele acontece de forma tão lenta que não percebemos, às vezes ele acontece de forma tão rápida que não damos conta.
Por mais que haja caos externo a paz está sempre dentro de nós.
Se o nosso coração está fortalecido, nossa mente se aquieta.
São as experiências que vivemos que mostram pra nós que as coisas não estão sob nosso controle, mas também mostram que tem muitas pessoas à nossa volta em quem nós podemos confiar.
O caos é uma ordem que você não conhece.
Caos é lidar com o imprevisto.
If you can see it as a teacher, chaos will actually lead you to clarity and to question things.
What is chaos? To me, it’s where life is disconnected. It’s where there is a gap between what we think we should be doing or how we internally feel and the kind of external self that we portray.
i was afraid for all of my life, right up until i knew it was ending, that was when i realize as terryfing and painful as reality can be, it´s the only place where you can find true happines, because reality is real
One of the thing about setting goals and achieving them is you always realize they were set too low.
Entrepreneurs aren't risk takers. What entrepreneurs are great at is managing uncertainty.
The more you struggle and don't give up has a tendency to help you create really basic goals.
In the midst of chaos, anything is possible.
What was I going to do to create an environment that I wanted to live in and raise my children in.
I had to get really clear. Really fast.
"you healed yourself because chaos is essentially disrupt"
Technology hijacks the way we perceive our choices and replaces them with new ones... -Tristan Harris- former Google design ethicist & Founder of Humane Technology
Isn't it ironic that the thing that helps us work and connect with people is the thing that distracts us and focus.
I wonder if we're losing our ability to create and be creative because we're stuck in this technology chaos.
Technology, unfortunately, is like a double-edged sword; it has both the power to enhance our lives and also to destroy it.
"Not being tense, but ready. Not thinking, but not dreaming. Not being set, but flexible. It is being wholly and quietly alive, aware and alert and ready for whatever may come." —Bruce Lee's posture for meeting chaos
The medicine for my suffering I had within me from the very beginning, but I did not take it. My ailment came from within myself but I did not observe it until this moment. Now I see that I will never find the light, unless, like the candle, I am my own fuel. ~Bruce Lee
We shall find the truth when we examine the problem. The problem is never apart from the answer; the problem is the answer. ~Bruce Lee
I want to challenge creatives to create in a space that you feel like you cannot create. To do something when you're sad or when you're mad.
When you leave space for you to grow and explore, that is when you become more creative. That is when you’re able to really innovate and explore the person that you want to be.
We have to stop the glorification of busy. Today’s society pushes us, encourages us, to be busy. As a matter of fact, if we are not busy, we feel like we are failing.
Cut so you can grow.
We need to toss the to-do list, which I know is frightening. It seems scary. What do I do? We make a priority list. Priority list takes exactly the same amount of time to write as a to-do list, but here’s the trick: you think while you put it down, so it tells you where to start. You start at the top of your priority list, and you work your way down.
We often confuse urgent with what’s important. We think they’re the same … Quite frankly, urgent only means that it’s tied to time.
We have to get used to the idea that not everything is a priority.
We get so frustrated when people invade our sacred spaces—when they overstep their boundaries. But if we don’t tell them what our boundaries are, how do they know?
How we spend our time is a choice.
Productivity is not about doing more. Productivity is about doing what matters most.
When you know where to start and you know what to work on next, that is when you begin to feel empowered. That is when you begin to feel that you are in control of your day.
As I've gotten older and more aware, I've learned to hold my center, bridge the gap faster, and to look for what needs to be born.
If we can approach chaos with a sense of curiosity and adventure, then we can shorten our time in it and begin to create with excitement.
Chaos is the wild. There's beauty there if we're not afraid. It's the wild before we have found the great swimming spot or the amazing trail.
If we can learn to hold our center, question, dream, act, and express in chaos — then we too can be masterful like my father [Bruce Lee].
If we are aware and conscious, we can shorten and bridge the gap between chaos and whatever we're going to build and craft. We can see the opportunity to create.
My father [Bruce Lee] said, 'The void may be said to have two aspects: It is simply is what it is. And... it is realized. It is aware of itself. And this awareness is in us. Or better, we are in it.'
Dwelling in chaos and not creating in that moment prolongs our pain.
Chaos is the moment right before distinct form takes place.
[The right words] began to orient me. They began to create for me an order and a structure to the invisible.
I found words of his [Bruce Lee] such as, 'We shall find the truth when we examine the problem. The problem is never apart from the answer. The problem is the answer.'"
My mantra began to lead me because it was a cry from my soul to the universe. It led me to books to read, healers, friends, and people to talk to. I began to create and restructure life for myself.
If the void is this living space before distinct form is created, then chaos is the opportunity to create.
I didn't have a context for death or for life. I hadn't created my own sense of faith.
His [Bruce Lee] training wasn't just physical. It was mental, it was emotional. He was a deep thinker. It made him very masterful with unfolding chaos.
What is a fight without chaos? It's an attack. It's unfolding. It's spontaneous. You have to be proficient and have skill. You have to be able to respond in the moment.
My father [Bruce Lee] was masterful. He was masterful with chaos.
Don’t be scared to take risks.
With vision and determination, you get positive results.
Ideas are nothing if you don’t execute.
I wonder if we’re missing real opportunities to connect because we’ve caved into our digitally crazed world that we find ourselves in.
Technology gives us this illusion that we can be everywhere and do anything when in reality we’re nowhere and can’t get anything done.
It’s difficult sometimes just to be merely present. And the flip side of it is, sometimes it’s difficult to be around other people, isn’t it? The fear of rejection, being judged, not knowing what your relationship is like with that other person.
Technology, unfortunately, is like a double-edged sword. It has both the power to enhance our lives and also to destroy it.
When you give space to other people, new ideas will come up. You’ll surprise yourself, too.
I tried to come up with small rules, to have the overview of control, but also space to breathe.
Change one small thing, and then everything can change.
I brought the element of the glitch into my work – you bring in the faults and the things going wrong with the work.
"Let go of our desire for absolute determinism, and embrace the chaos."
Finding internal peace is very strong, in that it keeps you focused on your goal, and it does not deviate you from your own goal, even in the middle of chaos.
For us to find global peace, we need to find internal peace before we strive toward it.
Finding that purpose, usually, after becoming lost, is the reason that gives you motive to wake up the next morning and become who you are.
When you hold a grudge against someone , it's like setting a fire inside of you. It's gonna burn you, while he's not even aware of what you have against him.
We are in a very difficult time globally, where there is a lot of tension happening, and we do need more magnanimous people.
Even chaos, it sounds very chaotic, it gives you ideas of being random and things going in different ways... however, there is order in the back of everything that happens.
There is something very meaningful and very deep about living in chaos.
There is always a hidden value in everything you do, pursue, look for it and add it to your persona.
The pursuit of passion could be the most destructive force in your pursue of success and happiness.
Success is often the journey, not the destination because it's very lonely on top.
Finding that purpose usually after becoming lost, is the reason that gives you the motive to wake up the next morning and becomes who you are!