Leila Germano O que Aprendi com o Caos
Jinahie Facing your inner child
Caroline Gamble Caroline Gamble talk Stress - Creative Mornings SG
Ege Soley Ege Soley
Leticia López Vázquez Polvo de estrellas - Meditación guiada
Catalina Torres Aliviar el stress con auto masaje
Lola B. Pierson CreativeMornings/Bal: Stress
Danielle Barnes Public Speaking for Creatives
Anda Culișir Stress as an adaptive response
JAVIER PAYERAS JAVIER PAYERAS
Anja Glover Stress
Caroline Grégoire Même les médecins stressent
Karolina Landowski Dear Fashion, take a deep breath.
Bob Case Don't let STRESS bring you down!
Lizzie Paish Stress - A super useful topic
Alim Kamara The art of storytelling with Alim Kamara
Garrett Bryant, Michael Acuña and Eleanor Perry-Smith The Transformational Power of Poetry
Joan Higginbotham Stress
Esther Pardijs Director of TURN!
Albin John The Tortured Artist - Fact or Fiction?
Bernardo Alonso Siempre sale el sol.
Jonathan Chiu Stress on the Inside and Out
ARIEL GARTEN Coping with stress in times of covid
Nathan Hall Embracing Stress
Jai Jones Audience Takes the Stage
Akilah Cadet Harmony not Balance: The Ultimate Stress Reliever
Тина Прохорова Stress
Jesse A. Schroeder Jesse A. Schroeder
Philippe Niquille Philippe Niquille
Shawnee Thornton Hardy Understanding our stress
Taiwo Afolabi Stress, to Peel or not to Peel? An Artist in Conversation
Katty Xiomara O Stress da Semana da Moda de NY
Nadia Anderson Less Stress. More Peace.
LadyBEAST The Fantastic Spectacle of LadyBEAST
David Joo David Joo
Marriam Mossalli Marriam Mossalli
Stephen Whyte Stress in the Creative Workspace
Fernanda Negrão Organização para o desestresse
Christian Remde Filmmaker
Julie Bonner Overcoming Stress with Julie Bonner, DeeDee Koenen, and Mark Pirtle
Holly Coneway "Stress" 08.28.2020
Jermaine Moore The Other Side of Stress
Armen Minassian Architect and Urban Planner
Haydeé Jiménez Mi mente, mi mejor aliada
Morena Cardona Morena Cardona
Charly Imsel Charly Imsel: Charly Imsel on Stress - CreativeMornings Munich
Due Quach Due Quach - Stress
Noura Alandas Befriending Stress
Samantha Johnson Q&A
Theoplis Smith "A pandemic, in a pandemic"
Nic Haralambous on Stress
Samantha Johnson What's the Best That Could Happen?
Wendy Bilgen Stress
David Vertesi Stress before finding yourself.
Hanna von Bergen Creative stress, good or bad?
Alexandra Bowmar Getting from Zoomed Out to Zoned In
Alexandra Bowmar Getting From Zoomed Out to Zoned In
Eliza Wing Stress Test
Kristen Brown Hoot Design Co. and Kelly Howe Coaching
Marin McCue Befriend Your Stress | Marin McCue
Dr. Sora Al Rowas Stress
Melanie Lucks Keeping Both Feet in the Present Moment
Alexa Wajed Mise en Place
If we can tune into our bodies, we can build some space (a window of tolerance) when stress arrives. With this, we can be in control and self empowered.
When we tap into our senses, it helps us be in more of a place of presence.
What is something that helps you to come back to yourself, take a pause and feel most like yourself?
I believe that you have an obligation to scale your life to a level so high that it works for you. Because, if you aren't happy, you cannot truly pour into your family, your kids, your friends, or your work the way that best serves everyone around you, including you.
Don't let COVID-19 be the excuse. Actually, let COVID-19 be the reason.
Nothing we do is little. Nothing we do is small. We don't stand small, we stand tall.
Sometimes the way that we treat ourselves, we would never treat our best mates if they came to us with the same problems.
Racism is draining.
Life is all about how you respond to your situation.
Hard times, uncertain times, stressful times are typically the periods of greatest learning, of character-building, and of strengthening.
Creativity is all about taking what’s inside my head and getting it inside of yours. The space between my starting point and your ending point is art—it’s creativity.
Racism is like OS-level RAM usage: before you even open any applications or try to perform any tasks, it’s already draining a certain percentage of your faculties.
A lot of times...we're so focussed on things that we miss and we're missing the things that we've gained.
Growth is proof of life.
The things that you're struggling with now is going to become second nature.
Skill comes from struggle.
It's not what you say, it's why you say it.
Be where your feet are.
We use the word stress as an overarching thing; it is, however, a very specific thing.
We can deal with stress and be calm: it’s a choice.
Prioritize yourself every day.
Each challenge makes the place you have left before a new comfort zone.
Being strong makes everything feel easier.
I allowed myself to be vulnerable before I needed to show up and be fearless and strong.
You have to sit with yourself and deal with the layers of emotions attached to discomfort.
But why not ask yourself or better yet start speaking into existence what you want and need so much so that stress has no room to grow or fester or attack you from every angle.
Hopefully more people will start to think of the creative industry as a collective mission rather than an individual pursuit.
Yoga is a tool that helps me attempt to keep both feet in the present moment just taking issues as they come day by day and moment by moment, rather than letting things pile up and carrying the weight of the future and the past.