Alvin Heryawan Life is Short, Live with Intention
Rosangela Araujo Intention
Umair Jaliawala Override your ego and let things go
Jessamyn Stanley Jessamyn Stanley: Intention
Eirik Brevik Summer Edition at HEIM Festival
Anna Carolina Maier En la intención está el alma
Mònica Rodríguez Q&A con Mònica Rodríguez
Mònica Rodríguez La Intención de la Vida
Morgane ORTIN La Révolution de l'Amour
EUGENIA MELLO Ilustración, ritmo, diseño e intención
Lawrence Azerrad Designer and Creative Director
Ensemble Mik Nawooj Q&A with Ensemble Mik Nawooj
Ensemble Mik Nawooj An Intentional Ensemble: Hip Hop Orchestra
Tim Keane The Intention Required to Design a City
Michael Herold Michael Herold
Erin Pearson Being Intentional
Małgorzata Młynarska Q & A
Małgorzata Młynarska Intention in the middle of the Wroclaw
Magid Magid AKA. Lord Mayor of Sheffield Connecting and capturing peoples imaginations
Daniela Fink Daniela Fink
Staycee & Herman Pearl Creative Partners, PearlArts Studios
Professor Sheizaf Rafaeli Intention with Prof. Sheizaf Rafaeli
Amy McAdams-Gonzales Matinee Creative
Daniel Miyares The Power of Clear Intentions
Kai Ludwigs Intention Happiness.
Юлия Чебан Intention
Leo Jung Story, Beauty, and Surprise
Ana Banica How to make money and art at the same time
Vojtěch Veselý The intention behind writing Wikipedia
Chris Logsdon Made In America
Priya Parker The Art of Gathering
Priya Parker Q&A with Priya Parker
Priya Parker 30-second pitches
Priya Parker Live performance by Soraya Lundy
Léa Vinson La ligue de l’intention
Briony Somers Intention
Talaya Schmid Talaya Schmid
Halima Cuadra ¿Hacia donde se dirige la intención?
Ahmed Knowmadic Intention before reaction
Carolina Nalon Intention - Julho 2018
Reto Engler Reto Engler on Intention
Molly Jacques Molly Jacques
James Kendall Keep Hanoi Keep
Deangelo Mack Q & A
Luisa Gómez de Silva Intención
Elizabeth Plokker Let yourself flow
Samantha Jones Little Yellow Bird
Shirley Surya Shirley Surya on INTENTION
Javier Andres Puentes Los Bomberos no corren, caminan con Próposito e Intención
Michael Dauphinee #FollowTheRelationship
Megan Reich Intention
Megan Absten Intention is Internal
Nicole McConville Reaching Through The Bubble
Xavier 'Bonil' Bonilla "Jovencito ¿Qué intención tiene en su lápiz?"
vashti whitfield Coach, Facilitator and Resilience Expert
Kathryn Flynn Living Life with Intention
Francesco Melis DieteticaMente InForma
Kiwi Schloffel Intention is a Boring Word
Sean Scott Intention Is A Long Game
Catalina Delgado Cambiando el mundo en tenis
Myron Glick Is Buffalo Coming Back?
Jeremie Kubicek Intentional Vs. Accidental
David Buonaguidi Life is short; live it with intention
Elizabeth Thalhimer Smartt Intention
Busy Burr Designing For Seniors
Christine Kelly Using intention to focus our creative life.
Wayne Logan Be Original, Be Creative and the Law
Vladimir Todorov Intention and hard work
Les Bruning The Ballad of John & Yoko – & Les: A Sculptor’s Journey from Intention to Art
Katy Winter on Intention
Irene Chellini Ponte33: Firenze/Iran A/R
Deangelo Mack Macknificent World
Mihaela Oltean Intention is a promise
Mounira Jamjoom Mounira Jamjoom
Leyla Cure Leyla Cure #CM Barranquilla Intención.
Moran Kliger Moran Kliger
Bryce Laguer Intention
Deja Redman GET UNPLUGGED
Afu Ho 2018 July Intention
Meike Nittel Intention
Scott Sampson Intention, Immersion, Imagination and Dinosaurs
"important when you're identifying your intention"
Intention is the point in your life where you find something that is worth living for.
I truly believe that if we had more conflict in the world, we would have less violence.
I don't sit on the fence...if I'm trying to sit on the fence I'm not standing for anything. It's always better to say this is who I am. This is what I stand for. This is the message I want to get out. In political roles, people appreciate the courage.'
What I have tried to do with the role is to make it more influential...a platform where it wasn't before...where people are listening and people care
Typography can be very expressive but also it should work with the photography and compete against it.
The act of turning a page is revealing something unknown. And if you can play with the reader's anticipation and feed into it, then you're making it an interactive experience that's also memorable.
I realized what I see today is not solely my own. It's a culmination of everyone I've shown my work to for criticism.
It occurred to me that learning to see critically, the way my colleagues did, was teaching me the value of perspective. Everyone had something different to offer.
The act of turning the page is revealing something unknown. And if you can play with the reader’s anticipation and feed into it, then you’re making it an interactive experience that’s also memorable.
We always look for stories that are memorable and surprising, and something that you’ve never heard before.
It's seeing the things that we used to avoid and developing the muscle to be able to look at truth and say this is where I am right now. And will you come in?
Our job is to be relentless advocates for love and for delight...because it matters.
When you gather and you exclude with purpose, you're not making it personal. And when we start creating a culture where we all gather on purpose and we develop a habit where we're cleaner and clearer about what we want and don't want, now, not forever. Every gathering is temporary.
Start with your need and communicate it to other people, and then exclude people in your life who are not going to help you with that need in that specific moment.
The discerning gatherer understands the difference between routine and ritual. Rituals are powerful when the form continues to match the underlying need or purpose of the gathering.
We tend to conflate category with purpose. For example, when I say I am having a birthday party, most of us have a specific archetype of what that means—candles, a cake, etc. And we follow scripts in those categories. . . . The most powerful gatherings begin with purpose and don't begin with form.
The transformative unit of gathering was that every gathering carried some amount of risk. Risk can be psychological, emotional, or physical.
Part of the reason why marriage therapy or conflict resolution is so powerful is because it gives a common language and a common structure for a temporary moment of time to destigmatize attitudes, language, and behavior that we assume to be scary.
Part of the reason we're scared of conflict is because it's dangerous. And we have lost our collective rituals to deal with it. . . . Therefore, it goes into unhealthy heat.
Conflict is about power.
In our multicultural world, we've lost the capacity for civic discourse in part because we don't have a common language; and in part because we're operating in a different power structure.
A part of the art of gatherings is to get people off their scripts and do things that are unexpected.
Fear comes from both not knowing but also offending. When the fear comes from not offending, if you're really listening, the fear is coming from love. And that's a different source from fear that comes from hate.
CreativeMornings, to me, embodied transformative gatherings.
You know when you see work that makes you cry, you're doing the right work.
"When you take a step and commit, providence moves with you."
What would it look like to think proactively one step ahead? Taking all of the dreams and visions that you have in your head of the future in a blueprint and actually laying them out, and getting a game plan?
Does the vision of the organization you work for match your vision for who you are? Does it allow you to get where you want to go?
Leaders define culture, so if you want to define the culture, you want to be more intentional.
Vision dictates what happens.
Intention is to say, ‘I have a dream, and now I’m going to do something about it.’”
What's most important to me?
“When you first start out as a creative, you think, ‘I have to be original. Everything has to be totally original.’ That’s a bogus idea to start with. The idea is – everything evolves from something else. I like to go to conferences. I like to hear other artists that are doing things that I admired because I could learn from them. I don’t want people to say, “Oh, you’re wonderful” because there is no benefit in that to me. But if I hear people talking about what they’re doing and talking about their own ideas, then that is very stimulating to me. The idea that something is totally original has always been a myth. The more you work – it’s stimulation around you; it’s what other artists do; it’s ideas that are floating in the air that just seem to land here and there. That’s what you’re really looking for and that’s what drives you forward.”
Es interesante ver como las interpretaciones, nos hacen creer seguros de que la intención tuya era determinada, y a partir de eso uno muchas veces lincha o premia al prójimo.
El humor es una manera de gritar con tinta.
Mi intención siempre ha sido poder expresar a través de la caricatura lo que a mí me interesa, lo que a mí me molesta. Es una manera de expresar civilizadamente tus desacuerdos.
It should really be the intention that we want to live with. The affirmations and the core values that we say, that we value. Because it will help us show up for the people who matter in the way that they deserve to.
We can either bend our morals to fit our actions, or our actions can be informed by what we say we value.
Everyday you're supposed to wake up, and go through sense organ cleansing rituals. [...] You clean your eyes, and to me that says "I'm going to see things clearly today". You clean your ears, "I'm going to hear things correctly today". It's all about having a healthy relationship with reality
To design for seniors, we have to be looking in ourselves more. Design to that emotional truth. Design to that timeless you inside of you. You are not your meat suit. You are the vibrant, alive, breathing, loving, engaging, whole, thoughtful, hilarious, joyful you.
Don't design for some mystical, cute, little old neighbor lady because that's the wrong frame. You're designing for a jazz musician, for a college professor, an airline pilot, for a soccer coach, a navy commander. Because to design, to delight, you need to design for emotional reality, which is the truth of who they are.
Designing for seniors, in a way, is designing for you. Because here's the dirty little secret: you are all getting old.
Designing for seniors is really about designing from your own, deep emotional truth.
Life is funny. It throws things at us and we have to adjust.
The next step is to take the next small step.
Who will you be as a person when your intention is realized?
You have to be sure whatever you're setting for an intention works with everything else in your life.
Intention is the creative power that creates our reality.