Amy Miller Amy Miller on Mystery
slowdanger Multidisciplinary perfomance duo
Nickey Khemchandani Nickey Khemchandani on MYSTERY
Zach Ward Zach Ward - Mystery
Evan Irawan Akbar Evan Irawan Akbar
Jodi Rhoden Mystery and Synchronicity: Tarot and the Creative Process
Alex Ogle Adding Mystery to Your Career
Constantin Vică Philosophy and the mysteries of technology
Sean Henry The Pattern of Coffee and People
Titia Ex Light is a promise
Zakiya Harris Be your own Superhero
František Šusta Training is a dialogue.
Derek Blyth [30" interview] about his talk
Andrew Thomas De-mystifying the internet with Andrew Thomas
My-Linh Le The Mystery of the Snowflake
The Audience Takes the Stage Mystery
Grzegorz Bral Grzegorz Bral
Debora fadul Debora fadul
Chris Fredericks & Ian Labardee Chris Fredericks & Ian Labardee
Dave Hampton Ephemera as Evidence
Lawrence Mower Mysteries in Investigative Reporting
Idan Segev The MYSTERY of the Creative Brain with Pro. Idan Segev
Grzegorz Bral Grzegorz Bral
Adam Cole Whodunit, Howdunit, Whydunit
Jana Marie Backhaus Jana Marie Backhaus
Nate Heck Mystery
Kelli Lemon The Mystery of The Why
Derek Blyth Unknown knowns
Penko and Sotir Gelevi Mystery and its role in illustrations
Sebastian Coolidge Make Your Life a Painting
Jeremy Collins Jeremy Collins
Dana Altman Mystery: The Basis of My Insanity
Christoph Stuehn Mystery
CMbuf Audience Audience Takes the Stage 2017
Tunku Halim Mystery - Tunku Halim
It's a MYSTERY Max Brugger: Independent volunteers
labàdienà Mistifikacija VS simbolizmas drabužių prekės ženkle
Yonnas Getahun Yonnas Getahun
drura parrish ____need(s)____more than____need(s)____.
daniel corrigan Photography Is A Lie (+Q&A)
Melody Stone The Reynolds School of Journalism
Donato Faruolo Non è come sembra
Rene Lafreniere The role of the forensic artist
Jim Fowler Mystery of Math/Math of Mystery
Craig Addy The Mystery of Improvising
Steve Nash The Mystery is Us
Vera Kochubey Visual artist
Jonathan Fields Mystery / Mastery
Osama Dalal Osama Dalal
Do not destroy what someone has created. Make your own contribution instead.
19th century English poet, painter, and visionary William Blake once said something like: "you can either create your own system, or always be a slave to someone else's".
But the real success consists in solving your own mystery, answering the question. What am I doing here?
Unfortunately, very often we go out on stage too early, I mean all kinds of self-presentation.
,,Jeżeli udaje Ci się osiągnąć sukces czy karierę, to niemal twoim obowiązkiem jest podzielić się tym z ludźmi i miejscem, którzy cię kiedyś zasilali. "
[Failure] doesn't matter. You can always learn something.
I get the feeling that young children, up to the age of 5 or 6, see the world as a very mysterious place. But then that sense of mystery seems to go at a certain point...
I was going to show you a picture of this incredibly erotic forbidden sculpture. But I'll just show you a picture of 3 baby goats dressed in cardigans...
“Embrace mystery with all you are in all you do.”
You're at the zero point in a timeline for everything.
We have to go into a place of mystery for what we do to matter. No mystery, no possibility.
If there are no stakes, there is no genuine possibility in what you're creating. Because the only way for there to be no stakes is if it's already been done.
For us to do great work in the world, for us to create on the level where it matters—and if there are no stakes it does not matter—so there have to be stakes because we want to create something that matters.
"You don't permission from anybody. You need permission from yourself."
"I firmly believe that it is the most optimistic time that we've ever been in, because politics are dwindling, structures are dwindling...and you as the creator...can put things into the world in a way that nothing from the top-down can."
"...A 1:1 relationship between thought, creation and scale. That is the most powerful thing that I can ever imagine."