Tracy Brumfield Re-Entering Into Society Empowered
Dot Lung Construir comunidades
Klara Sibeck CEO of Freedom
Stephen Peckham If you’re feeling stuck, try restarting
Momina Rajput Restart Your Life!
Amy Ginn Restarting as a Means of Surviving the Agency World
Amy Ginn Q&A
Kate Gray The importance of restarting your life.
Rachael Stephen Uncovering Life’s Plot
Piergiorgio Robino RESTART Restart Restart Restart
Kaysie Strickland Space to Start Over
Sajid Wajid Shaikh Luxury of Restarting Over & Over Again
Édouard-Julien Blanchet Édouard-Julien Blanchet
Darío Ramírez ¿Cómo ser creativo en medio del reseteo?
Audience Takes The Stage Audience Takes The Stage
James Sofranko James Sofranko
John Falco John Falco
Jesse Hoorelbeke Whatever you choose to do do it ALL.
Colleen Eversman Die Empty
Ari Beser Truth That Transcends Walls
Johana Ciro Calderón El Reniciómetro: una herramienta empoderadora
Tamara Day Bargain Mansions, life restarted.
Natalia Cisterna La Mojigata
Mauricio Moore Mauricio Moore
Kaarle Hurtig Restart with Kaarle Hurtig
Jaime Velez Jaime Velez
Alicia Garza A movement standing on the shoulders of giants: Alicia Garza and Black Lives Matter
Nathalie Plaat Psychologue et auteure
Freya Estreller Co-Founder of Coolhaus Ice Cream
Ximena Montes Reinventarse es tomar los cambios del lado positivo.
Max Yoder Restarting Vulnerability
Juliana Serbeto Restart - Novembro 2018
Julie Maunder I ’Made It’ to a Life I Didn’t Want. This is How I Started Over.
Stian Ward Bugten Restart og ettårsjubileum
Sofia Clara Sofia Clara on Restart
Nina und Patric Faßbender RESTART: Die Toniebox.
Andreea Roșca What to know before a restart
Waldemar Kasta Q & A
Waldemar Kasta Restart - reorder your life
Elizabeth Johnson Take 2: Restarting Your Life
Steve Daniels A message from your dreams
Frank McKinney Aspiration is the ultimate restart button
Mikhail Gulin How to start everything from scratch and not f*ck up
Adéla Skřivánková Restarting by cleaning the world
Ashland Viscosi Eventcaster and Community Builder
Karin Müller Karin Müller
Jenny Bonchak Restart
Libby Lam Libby Lam on RESTART
Graham Veysey & Marika Clark New Beginnings
David Pierre-Louis Hitting the Restart button
Kadi Veesaar From IT to the jewellery art
Farid Shokrieh Critical Thinking
Helen Sell Making the experience matter. A 360 Video
Helen Sell The search for the better customer experience.
Benni Bauerdick Benni Bauerdick
Fouad Sakhnini Friends, Peace, & Sanctuary Project
Mirela Bucovicean How and When to Start from Zero
Better Living Projects A new start
Robert Smith Restart
Katie Boyd Queen of Restarts
Patrizia Vita Patrizia Vita
Vukasin Nedeljkovic Asylum Archive
Sam Keene Creative Technologist
Bharadwaj Sundar Slingshot
Mylène Paquette L'éternel recommencement
Mylène Paquette L'éternel recommencement
Juan Carlos Salazar Siempre tenemos la oportunidad de Reiniciar y reinvertarnos
Will Russell Nice Day To Start Again
Sabina Daugėlienė Aftermovie of field trip in Mo museum
Marilyn Su Marilyn Su
David Benstock Starting From Scratch
Simon Hitzinger on RESTART
André Platteel Allow creativity to flow through you
monira albanyan Restarting is an important essential
Ellie Nguyen ChangeMaker - Ellie Nguyen
Cabell Harris Restart
Chitra Gopalakrishnan Restart
Geo Law The Scenic Route
Sanjay Gupta The Time Given to Us
Nicole Palidwor 5 Steps to a Successful Restart
CMVan Special Event Special GVPTA Theatre Evening Edition - Restart
Garrett Bryant (in)constant restart
Aylâ Larsen Rest + Art
Katerina Jeng The Mindful Hustle
Maia Toll Anatomy of a Restart
Amber Jae Slooten The future of clothing
Alfonso Fabrega A Brief Discourse on Catastrophic Failure
Jacopo Visani Jacopo Visani
Roy Gordon Architecture, Morality, and the City Dweller
EASA Bulgaria Observe and do
Rob Perez We all can restart. We all can help.
Zachary, Michelle, Amanda Ready. Set. Restart.
Fred Castellucci Restart
Matthew Lyon Restart
Clay Nutting Clay Nutting
Kam Franklin Kam Franklin / RESTART / Nov.23
ענבר וייס Restart with Inbar Weiss
Samer Kurdi Samer Kurdi
Bob Sumner Bob Sumner
Elvis Saldias Villarroel What Does it Mean to Be American?
Erin Cooper Restarting your career
David Schmeikal David Schmeikal | Your Path, Your Choice
Alida Guajardo Araiza Inspirar y transformar vidas a través del arte
Yuki Numata Resnick The Freedom to Restart
Sarmishta Pantham Bring to a simmer
Ian Cromwell Restarting Creativity
I just want to be a good person and I happen to be a designer.
The best things start to happen when I just let them.
Success is liking what I do, liking who I do it with, and getting to be of service to those people.
If I take care of my physical and my mental self then I'm available to the people around me.
Learn as much as you can. When you stop learning, that's when it's time to move on.
Whether forced or your own choice, starting over is a chance to do better, be better, and continue to learn.
It's not always focusing on what you're doing wrong, but sometimes it's about focusing on what you're doing right.
With these restarts, you really want to make sure you're mentally prepared for what's ahead of you.
Make a list: Before I die, I want to ______. Consider how you will get over your fear, inconsistency, and impatience.
If you're finding yourself being impatient, it's a good time to reassess what's working and what's not. Experiment. Start over. Don't wait for stuff to happen because you'll be waiting forever.
Talk to people. Tell people what you're doing and what you want to do. Try to be consistent.
Find one thing you can do every single day for a year. At the end of that time, you'll have so many pieces of work that you didn't have before.
The fear of not trying to make it in San Francisco was greater than the fear of leaving the safety of Minneapolis.
You do not have to become fearless to kill fear. You have to find something you're more afraid of and use that to leverage getting over the other fear.
The first thing you have to conquer is fear.
Any success I've had has not been alone—it's been with the help of everybody who's ever believed in me, hired me, or collaborated with me. Remember that when you are building something or trying to start over.
Serendipity can actually bring really unexpected results.
Research is great. It helps build skills and expertise, but it can also be a black hole that gives you boundaries that you didn't expect at all.
Have the willingness to wander, begin again, and let ideas simmer — then, come back to look at it again.
Food started become a way of relating and respecting — it became about understanding what others did.
We have this saying in India: 'Annadata Sukhibhava...' which means you have deep respect and gratitude for the person who feeds you.
I was missing my own spirit of celebration and fun back in India. [The dinner series] was a way of starting it again with a new set of friends and people.
What was beautiful was the conversations and friendships that came from [our dinner series]. The community aspect was something we hadn't thought about before.
Food became a way to feed my creative hunger.
I started to learn cooking just in order to cope.
The perspective of children has been something I've really envied for a long time. Children have a very enlightening view of things.
If you are standing on the edge of a new phase in your life, if you have to do something you've never done before, which is really terrifying, just knowing that you cannot succeed and flourish and grow without leaving your comfort zone behind, can help give you the courage to do so.
The plot embryo can help us make sense of our experiences and hindsight. It can help us look at the hardships we've endured, our real life experiences in the context of our growth as human beings and how they have forced us to level up
We are the descendants of thousands of heroic plot embryos. We are the descendants of creatures who experienced unfamiliar hardships, hostile environments, and successfully adapted to them.
That's really what life is, a series of unfamiliar hardships which change us; of successes and failures, of learning and failing to learn
I didn't know if I was in a tragic story, or a heroic one.
Next time you need a restart. Get some rest and get some art and get ready to begin again.
When you are looking for a restart, different is exactly what you are looking for.
Sleep is the restart we get every single day.
The best idea and life decisions often come when we embrace simple truths.
It’s important to take seasons where you rest and recover.
Restarting takes so much courage. It takes seeing something that isn’t there.
Restarting has always been about rebuilding.
Being a creative is about seeing what’s not there and envisioning what it could be.
Al inicio y al final siempre cuentan con ustedes.
Caemos para aprender a levantarnos.
Yo queria ser batman.
el restart o reset ambos me dirigen a la creatividad.
If you’re finding yourself being impatient, it’s a really good time for you to reassess, go through what you’re doing with a fine-tooth comb, and figure out what’s working, what’s not. Experiment and start over.
You create consistency through incremental action every single day, consistently.
You do not have to become fearless to kill fear.
If something is not working, just stop and start again, it will save you way more time and energy than keep working on the same thing trying to fix it
I'm a woman. I had to play the game twice as hard as anyone else to get to the top.
It took three websites and seven years to go from launching my company and leaving the ad industry.
Aspiration is fun! It is the ultimate restart button.
Maybe that’s the biggest journey you have to make. The journey is not outward but it’s the journey inward to battle your own demons and to make space - really make space for creativity to flow through you.
It was beautiful because the pressure of success was gone and the time to explore what my creativity was, what I wanted to put into this world, started.
One thing is for sure, we are all creative beings. But do we give ourselves the time, and the space, and the environment to experiment that? To find that out?
Centers of Power don't want you to be a critical thinker, you'll be trouble-making for them.
I believe that creativity is simply the result of critical thinking, of wondering, of questioning, of daring to ask 'but why?
We need to hesitate all our beliefs, and rethink about them... A fresh new start: Re-start!
Every person, once they enter your dream, is a part of you. In order to love everyone in the entire world, the only leap of faith you need to take is that you yourself are worthy of love.
You'll find your spark to be a reliable guide. And it will guide you not from fear or greed but from a place of love—discovering new connections where you once saw divisions and beauty where you once saw banality. And the boundaries of your identity will start to rearrange themselves into the shape of your heart.
If we live in constant restart, we will find ourselves prepared for the unexpected, adaptable, grounded and inspired. We will grow, find deeper understanding, empathy, light, perspective, our better selves and love.
If we really wish to grow creatively, emotionally, intellectually, we must live in constant restart. We must embrace the unexpected, challenge ourselves to take risks, see the world differently, try new things and eat giant sandwiches.
Discover the unknown. Experiencing something new makes you new.
Inspiration can come from the unlikeliest of places.
If you take a step back from things and clear your head, you can rejoin and look back at it with fresh eyes.
The best ideas and life decisions often come when we embrace simple truths, and simple ideas are sometimes the most powerful.
The next time you're having a bad day or you're rethinking your path, remember, that the bad days are what literally make the good days exist, that no matter what you're going through, someone has been there before and that you're never alone in your endeavors because your community is right here for you.
Choose a path that works towards your definition of success.
We should all live lives where work and play are so seamlessly intertwined that it always appears that we're doing both.
The very phrase work-life balance in itself connotes that work and life are two separate things, when in reality it should be one.
Those adults that were in addiction now once were children, but now I turn my back on those same people, just because they're older? I don't think that any of those folks chose their heredity, nor their childhood trauma.
When my hands are dirty, when my schedule's messed up, when I'm helping someone else...I'm surprised, sometimes by how crazy my life can be, and it's hard. But because we're really working for each other, and it's not just for me, it's not just for my gain...it's really strong.
People who need help in addiction look just like everyone who is sitting here.
Those relationships—if you deny someone opportunity, they lose those relationships. I think it's super important that we recognize that.
Jobs are critical, but the relationships that we gain in the jobs that we have are huge. Do you recognize how many of your closest friends you met at work? Can you imagine? I bet over half of you would be happy to leave your job now, if you could take all of your friends with you at work...we cultivate so many wonderful relationships that are so integral to who we are, and what we become, at work.
To be an American means fighting for your rights.
Civic engagement is one of the most American things you can do. It utilizes your experience. It utilizes the freedom that you have to speak on anything. It utilizes a democracy because somebody has to listen to you.
It took a lot of self-reflecting as I became an adult to think about my life, to think about some of the things that had happened, and to see that it was truly an American story. It was rising up and working and being scrappy and being hungry and trying to get educated, and more: things that Americans have been engaged with since the founding of this country.
Michelle Bazis: “When I restarted my thinking and stopped being afraid of making mistakes, discomfort or the unknown, I was able to pursue my creative passions and experiences without limitations.”
Sometimes the hard path is the path to success in your own heart, in your own soul, and in your own mind. It doesn't have to be easy, it just has to be good.
Every restart is influenced by every flavor and previous iteration. We can welcome restart without self-degradation or fear.
In order to keep evolving as creatives and human beings, we must come to a place of honoring and respecting the past, that by doing so we actually have the freedom to restart as many times as it is necessary.