Robert Bluett Survival & Wealth-Creation by adjusting to new conditions
Mariale Ariceta Superviviendo
René Lönngren Tres hábitos que me hacen sobrevivir.
John Faherty What Happens After Nearly Dying?
Theresa Garrett Survival
Zeynab Ali Youth Activist
Edo van Dijk co-founder at Edenspiekermann
Trey Jameson Where Experience & Knowledge Overlap
Ronit Vered Survival of Food Craftsmanship
Александр Андросов Александр Андросов
Jens Mühlstedt Return of the Living Design
Ghazi Hussein Guilty Of Carrying Thoughts
Jadyn Aguilar Jadyn Aguilar
Daniel Zanella Survival
Irina Schurov The “ON” Switch for a Healthy Future
Luis Miguel Bueno Instituto de Transición - Rompe el círculo
Isabelle Hubert Isabelle Hubert
Dayra benavides benavides La supervivencia de las tradiciones
Inma Pérez El contexto para sobrevivir
Wade Hinton Survival Takes Purpose
Lana Lopesi Surviving Dominance
Madineyah Isaacs on Survival
Catalin Stefanescu Catalin Stefanescu on 'Survival'
Joe Cardillo How Creatives Survive
Wynand Dassen The Key to survival is resilience!
Rachel Briggs Never Satiate the Wonderbeast
Christine Runøe Listen and learn
JC Rivera Q&A
JC Rivera Artist and Muralist
Jess Huddart Survive and Thrive
Ashanti Branch Taking off our masks
Chris van Dyck Surviving VFX & Reality
Azim Gheichisaz Azim Gheichisaz
Ray Rivera The Attack on Real News
Doru Trăscău Surviving for and through music
David Wayne Reed Survival
Abby Hsieh 2017 June Survival
Luana Simonini Luana Simonini
Brian Rea Artist
Victoria Herrmann Climate Change Hope in America
Saul Singer Saul Singer
Lalai Persson Survival - Junho 2017
Eduardo Costa Survival - Junho 2017
Carlos Almeida Survival - Junho 2017
barry lee Survival
Larry Legend Larry Legend performs "When the Zombies Come"
Ana María Olabuenaga Sobrevivir la hiper-comunicación (CC)
Luciano Mallmann Luciano Mallmann
Leon Ford Survivor and Storyteller
Ashley Heafy Survival=Adaptation
Jess Huddart A flight from Paris and being fired.
Almondi Esco Path of survival in the movie production
Mitra Mostofi Survival
Kate Bornstein Q&A with Kate Bornstein
Kate Bornstein Survival Beyond the Binary
Kiel Majewski "Survival"
Rob Lilwall Rob Lilwall on SURVIVAL
Oltsen Gripshi Survival
David Sherman Do Not Be Indifferent
Renata Espinal Renata Espinal - Survival
Perrine Schober Perrine Schober
Marco Priori Natural Survival
Arash Ghafoori Arash Ghafoori - Survival
Will St Leger Survival (Evolution)
Ryan Berman Break Glass Before Emergency
Robyn Kanner Has Your Misery Ever Been a Sight to See?
Beata Spaglikova Beata Spaglikova
Amy Climer Amy Climer - Collaborative Creativity
Paul Scott Attorney & Non-Profit Executive
Paul Sirmon & Zohaib Waliany Thrival
Tori McClure Lessons On Survival
Kate Berry Surviving Life as a Creative Person
Olivier Demers-Dubé & Julien Le Net La survie alimentaire et culturelle
Gabriela Camacho Gabriela Camacho
gurum lee PLANTS MAKE YOU HAPPIER
Andrew Simonet Making a Living as an Artist
Louisa Taylor Refugee 613
Peter Fraser Thriving while Surviving
Łukasz L.U.C Rostkowski Q & A
Łukasz L.U.C Rostkowski Survival in the arts occupations
Clare Bowden Surviving in the New Zealand menswear industry for 20 years at Mandatory
Chris Belisario A sobrevivência da espécie e o consumo
Traci Sym Beautiful Things Grow from Shit
Audience Takes the Stage (5th Birthday Edition) Rachel Sato-Banks, Alex Kitain and Christiana Courtright
Jimmy Niggles Esq. Founder of Beard Season
Kristy Martino The Swords of Storytelling and Survival
Amanda Hanson More Than a Job [Survival]
Steve Nudelberg Tips for Surviving in Today's Economy
Kim Swan The power of bread
Jay Kannaiyan How a motorcycle journey changed my life
Orlin Milchev - ATILA How language helps us survive
Ethan Martin Ethan Martin Q & A
Ethan Martin Ethan Martin
Антон Кашликов Как выживают медиа в Беларуси
Ulli Kilberth Ulli Kilberth
Gaelle Cavalie CreativeMornings/Suvival/Gaëlle Cavalié
Michel Sorine Michel Sorine
Doug Ulman Building a Brand of, and for Survivors
Chris Begley Walking Through the Jungle With No Pants
Tyler Way Tyler Way
Stephanie Sheldon Stephanie Sheldon
Igor D'India Sopravvivere è terribile (ma doveroso)
Priya Gangwani Gaysi Family
Priya Gangwani CMBlr-Survival Q&A. Gaysi Family
Rachel Trignano Magical Panicking: Symphonic Survival
Bram Timmer Fostering the Spark
Frengki Yudis Prasetyo Indonesia's Innovation for Survival
Konrad Gulla Fail to survive
Ahmed Al Mojadidi Ahmed Al Mojadidi
Tim Hasse Entrepreneurs
Joey Bierman Here Comes the Comeback: Embracing the Underdog Mindset
Andrea Kramp Wer war noch gleich Fred Stein?
AC Coppens What’s your human USP?
davita galloway Survival
Chris van Dyck Survival and Creativity in Film VFX
I’m hoping that even in the thing that you are currently surviving and currently pushing through, that you are finding ways to keep yourself supported.
What if you grew up believing asking for help didn’t matter?
Survival for me is speaking my truth in a world that doesn't take the time to understand it. - barry lee
Teams need to be able to engage in creative abrasion. Creative abrasion means we can have conflict around ideas and how we work together and what we’re going to do together but we’re not having conflict because of personality or identity.
If you want to be creative, you have to be deliberate.
Breathing is automatic but creativity isn’t.
Take any painful experience, any type of adversity that you may be faced with, and use it to bring more light into the world.
Being a survivor is not just limited to living through a tragedy. Being a survivor is taking that tragedy and making it purposeful.
This is what makes me a survivor: taking a negative experience and flipping it upside down, making it positive.
Me being able to forgive has empowered me. It has showed me that I can still live a positive lifestyle regardless of my physical circumstances. I’m able to embrace each and every moment.
Abre todas las puertas. Lo último que quieres es arrepentirte de algo que no hiciste por miedo.
Diario tomamos decisiones pequeñas y grandes que forman nuestro futuro.
We have got power! By controlling our environment and lifestyle, we have got the power to control which genes will be expressed, and which genes will be silent!
We live in a world where "medicine" has become toxic, "food" has become nutritionally depleted and heavily contaminated, and "toxins" are bioaccumulating in the body and passing from generation to generation.
About 200 years ago, "survival" was a completely different concept!
This is the issue we have to understand, take it on board and actually accept it - yes this is the challenge of our society, but there is so much we can do about it!
For example, type 2 Diabetes didn't exist in children at all a few years ago, and now its growing with a 3.5 annual rate.
This is maybe the first generation of children to have a shorter life expectancy than their parents.
The idea of survival is to transform this dog-eat-dog into an essential way of who, what and to whom it explains it. I think this is what contemporary survival means.
If we want to thrive, and not just survive, how do we live better?
Sometimes we really get too caught up in the labour of what we're doing.
«Креативщики — это двигатель».
Sometimes for each of us, sometimes it just takes a spark. That little, bitty spark of kindness that will be able to make a difference in someone's life and affect how they change their life.
For all of us, we're all surviving here. You know, some of us are surviving passively, some of us are surviving instinctively but we have the opportunity always to kind of shift that survival into creativity
Lo importante es mantenerse humano. El target entonces es el corazón. Cupido jamás apunto a una rodilla o a una oreja.
When you see somebody that looks different from you and they raise your eyebrow, put your eyebrow down. Get to know them for them.
Survival is speaking my truth in a world that doesn't take the time to understand my truth.
Sharing someone's story is a privilege, not a right. Nobody owes you a story.
When you have to figure out in a place, where you have no solutions. That is a place, where real creativity happens.
Only way to really enjoy it - is if you embrace the struggle.
It's okay to get to a point in life and realize what you're doing isn't for you anymore.
Survival is speaking my truth in a world that doesn't take the time to understand my truth.
Just because I'm different from you, doesn't mean I owe you an explanation for my difference.
I threw myself into a totally new role at the age of 40 was, to say the least, very humbling. All of a sudden I had to find myself asking for help, saying I didn't know how to do things, and crying a lot.
When you go through adversity, you shouldn't pity the life you have; you should respect it and don't question it.
Just because I'm different from me doesn't mean that I owe you an explanation for my difference.
I used art as an escape.
Temporary autonomous space is a space where you suspend the rules and the consensus agreements about culture and behavior and you make new ones to try out and I think about studios as temporary autonomous spaces.
What would be the scariest thing to do next.... use that to figure out what to do next... If I am really terrified of it there's heat there.
(Mission) aligns me with other people in my field because if we all succeed then we have more impact.
Once you know your practice and you deepen it, it is easier for people to pay you.
Underneath everything we do in our working world like there's this one crazy truth which is we're just slowly inexorably getting really good at something.
Projects are years but work is decades.
It's okay to be mad, but do something about it. That's how you can change things.
Love is amazing. It's everything—until there's a recession.
That love that was so elusive for so long finally found me, and it was so transformative. That was the biggest revolution that happened in my life.
This was how I was surviving. I was screaming through my creative work.
If I am in a compassionate relationship with you it doesn't help me to figure out how we are different it only helps me to figure out how to reconcile our differences to find our sameness so I can support you in that sameness and lift you up.
Nothing is worth the wear of winning but laughter and the love of friends.
Bread makes people like you.
We can either be self-sufficient entirely, or we can learn to be useful to others.
When in doubt, mumble...
If I'm willing to explore those other points of view– I will have a better sense of who I am and a better ability to find the path.
If I am in a compassionate relationship with you, it doesn't help me to figure out how we're different. It only helps me to figure out how to reconcile our differences to find our sameness, so I can support you in that sameness, and lift you up.
Being creative people, you're very lucky when you get up in the morning and you do that thing that you've got a compulsion to do; there isn't really a choice. . . . So I have to make bread.
Do not take yourself too seriously, no one else does.
Do not burn bridges, just loosen the bolts a little each day.
Roadblocks only block the road — they do not block the grass, the path, the river or the way less traveled.
You cannot live long enough to make all the mistakes yourself, so learn from the bad judgement of other people.
If I’m willing to explore those other points of view, I’ll have a better sense of who I am and a better ability to find the path.
Pat Riley said to me "The only thing you can count on in life is change, so you better learn to embrace it." And once you embrace it, it just becomes another mountain.
Bread lies somewhere between life drawing and massage.
The way that you survive is that you just solve the immediate problem. Then you solve the next problem. Then you solve the next problem.
A lot of what we think of as 'survival skills' are really what people do every day.
In times of survival, we tend to lead with anger and frustration. Instead, we should really focus on leading with love, compassion and understanding
It's not necessarily our music that needs to adapt, what needs to change is how we present it.
I told myself I can go either go down this dark road of despair and rely on others for everything or I could take the necessary steps to try to become as independent as possible. I chose not to be a victim of my circumstances. I chose to continue to fight. I may be an underdog, but I am definitely not a quitter.
It's really important & really meaningful that we are cultivating some sort of creative community in Fort Lauderdale. I really wanna thank you guys for for showing up to other people's stuff. I really want to encourage you to show up to other people's stuff because that's how we're going to grow the creative community.
When something is your home and it becomes your community the last thing you want to do is take it somewhere else. There's been a movement in this area...