Mike Belsito The Dark Side of Entrepreneurship
Sergey Babin What is happiness within the meaning of existentialists
Cindy y Silvana Gómez Talk CMBaq Abril 2015
Nigel Randsley Nigel Randsley
Troy Hitch Putting Your Name on the Door: Understanding How Ego Drives Our Work
Lou Dela Pena Lou Dela Pena
Ruth Voights Humility Gets A Bad Rap
Lisa Lindström Doberman
Eric Resch "Giri" and the idea of "the other"
Jeroen Kummer Kummer & Herrman - Storytellers
Chris Stephens Humility
Corina Șuteu Lessons on humility
Balázs Pándi Mekkora alázat kell a zenéhez?
Steve Waltien Steve Waltien
Richard Marsella Richard Marsella
Pablo Albarenga Energía humana
Candelaria Ochoa La humildad en Todos
David Ansel Soup Peddler
Ford Fry Humility
Simon Pound Learnings from failure
Chill Moody When you get to the end zone act like you've been there before
Elliot Costello Elliot Costello
CreativeMorning People C'est TOI la star!
Timothy Brennan Humble Pie
Mike Sharman Humble Braggings!
Diomède Niyonzima Diomède Niyonzima
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Andrew McDonald The Worst of Perth
Eva Liparova Theatre & humility
Borja Milans del Bosch Borja Milans del Bosch
Nevena Vujosevic Nevena Vujosevic
Tara Tiger Brown Becoming a meme.
Nick Torday Communicating with Humility Online
Nevena Vujosevic Nevena Vujosevic
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CC Chapman "Don't Let Humility Be Your Downfall" CC Chapman
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Jeroen Smeets Q&A Jeroen Smeets
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Magnus Andersson Staying humble and hungry.
Leslie Scates Personal Reflections on "Humility"
Lauren Nagel Don't be an AssClown, just Tell the Story
Vijay Nair Be the Loudest
Malcolm Lindsay Humility vs. Ambition: What's the Score
Amy Saidman The Courage to Suck: Humility Reimagined
Lenny Ignelzi Honesty In Art
Erwin Bauer Erwin Bauer
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Ana Holanda Ana Holanda
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John Forté Spread Love
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Stefan Çapaliku To be a human and be part of humanitas means to be human, humble.
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Thorsten Nolting Thorsten Nolting
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Status tend to come and go so identifying with that would be wrong identification.
Ego is something else than yourself; it is the perception of what we are in separation from everything else.
When you're calm you can make choices about your reactions, you can choose to react from the ego or sometimes not.
Humility creates the right conditions to learn.
If you are a humble leader that promotes collaborations and inclusion, people are going to feel part of the team and will want to support the rest of the team members.
I believe that the heart of any entrepreneurial venture is not the idea of the problem we want to solve per se, it´s the team that is being built, and how that team can become a leader together.
If I don´t see other people´s diversity and accept their points of view I won´t be able to make progress and enrich what I´m proposing.
Humility, It´s exposing myself like I´m doing here, and accepting that I don´t know everything.
What is your next step, your first step, to get there?
What is your dream? What does your inner child tell you?
You cannot plan your future that well, but you can take that first step and you can take the next step.
If you constantly readjust, you will get closer to that goal.
Feel the fear and do it anyway, if you want to pursue that dream.
You can be guided by your fears, or by your dreams.
You have to step outside that comfort zone. You have to leave that. That's the first thing you have to do if you want to chase that dream.
Life... IS!!: it's not good nor bad.
La vida... ¡¡ES!!: no está ni bien, ni mal.
Ego wants to take control of the story and the life to where one wants. Humility is the other way: gives you the ability to listen and be at the service of life.
El ego quiere conducir la historia y quiere conducir la vida hacia donde uno quiere. La humildad trabaja todo lo contrario: la capacidad de escuchar y de ponerse al servicio de la vida
Humility is accepting ourselves just as we are
La humildad está relacionada con la capacidad de aceptarnos tal y como somos
Humility is about being vulnerable and taking risks
La humildad tiene una relación muy grande con ser vulnerable y con arriesgarse
If you’ve got something to shout about, just go big guns, don’t wrap it up in a veneer of being all honest and modest.
Be aware of the ‘humblebrag’!
I don’t want to know how great other people are, I want to know about how they do it, I want to know about the creative process.
Co-creation with young people… the best way for the companies we work with to let go of the ego.
See through other people’s eyes and don’t presume.
The social, digital world has enabled a much more ostentatious and self-centred mode of expression.
When you talk about a lack of <insert minority> into <insert any industry>, what you're also saying is that you're not willing to support the people who are actually there.
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Lo que nos mueve es la gente
Esa paga, llamemosle "emocional", creo que es lo que nos mueve
El hecho de mirar al costado y saber que tenés a alguien, está buenísimo.
El echo de que aparezca un grupo de gente que dice: "Confío en la sociedad en que vivimos", creo que es un mensaje bastante positivo
Rescatamos la importancia de compartir una idea de los demás.
Resaltamos el hecho de no guardarse las cosas y si COMPARTIR. Porque en ese compartir hay opiniones, comentarios y cosas que van surgiendo que hacen mutar el proyecto
Al principio no sabíamos nada [sobre reparar bicis} y en ese llegar gente y compartir, aprendimos un montón
La primera bicicleta se la dimos a un portero de la zona (...), se generó una buena situación y dijimos bueno, ¿por qué no replicar esto y tratar de sacar todas esas bicis a la calle?
Ya estamos convencidos de lo que es la bicicleta y lo que representa. Podemos decir hasta que es nuestra especie de religión
Liberá tu Bicicleta arrancó con un mítico asado.
No se necesita ser un héroe ni la Madre Teresa para dar una mano.
'Yes, and' is one of the guiding principles of improv. What it's teaching you is that you have to accept the scene that your scene partners have created without belittling it, without disagreeing with it, and without negating it, and you have to move the story forward.
This isn't 'what doesn't kill you makes you stronger', because what if it does kill you?
This isn't 'everything happens for a reason'. Fuck that shit.
Sometimes your first idea is your best idea.
Never lie, but it's okay to creatively package.
We are all lead characters in our own story.
The smartest thing I did was realise how stupid I am.
Get out there, it's really important.
When I own my awesomeness, I can tolerate my messiness.
Ask yourself: What are you good at? What do you suck at? Be honest with yourself, honesty takes courage.
Find out what you are good at and then work harder than anybody else you know.
The greatest form of humility is to take your talent and put it in the service of other people.
But no one can tell you exactly how to gain your own humility back. Particularly when you've been wounded.
Humility is about taking a risk. Everybody does it it their own way.
We have to be shown on the inside where our voice is, our voice - the tribe, and both - where they intersect.
What makes me belong in my creative tribe? And where do I need to voluntarily quit that tribe?
There's, I think, how we like to think of ourselves, and there's how we're perceived. More often than not, those two are on opposite ends of the room. But, sometimes they dance closely together.
Don't be an assclown, just tell the story.
Humility is actually an act of strength. You have to have a really solid core to expose yourself to the discomfort, and to some degree, the suffering, of not being good at something.
All of us have that inner child. And no one is gonna take care of that child, except for you!
The smartest thing I ever did was realize how stupid I am, how ignorant I am.
That's the beauty of community: we can spread love.
I get up everyday and I get to make art. And I don’t take that for granted.
I can't imagine life without art or the chance to create media.
[Humility] gives me room to be better. It gives me room to grow as an artist.
It took a community to raise a community.
If people aren't laughing at your dreams... you're probably not aiming high enough.
WEology: Everybody wins when WE comes before ME.
Nadie es imprescindible. Pero nada es incorregible.
Si eres un líder humilde que fomenta la colaboración y la inclusión, los integrantes de tu equipo van a sentirse parte de él y van a apoyar a los demás miembros.
Humildad es aceptar que no sé todo, ver la diversidad en otros y aceptar diferentes puntos de vista.
In many ways, you can learn the most when you have the fewest resources.
In an attention starved world, engagement matters.
You're going to hear a lot about making your business or your project scalable and that's really important, but it's also really important to make things well and make them right on a small scale and test them and prototype.
We really hate the myth of the lone entrepreneur, because it just doesn't exist. There's no solo genius. You have to recognize your support networks and the people who work with you to accomplish a goal.
Humility is powerful and is a necessary part of success, but humility alone is not enough.
Humility, it ain't sexy.
Put somebody before yourself. Actually respect their point of view.
Humility itself is not something that can be spoken of, it can only be practiced.
Cities are people.
Creating your own tribe is hugely important.