Quique Ollervides Enjoy hoy!
Yvette Michelin Yvette Michelin
Raphaël Lutz Raphaël Lutz
Szymon Gryś Q & A
Szymon Gryś Cold War
Curators of Clay A pursuit of beauty, peace and happiness
Rocío López Simetría
David Shultz Symmetry from an Architect
Marc Brew I am a Dancer
Virginia Sosa Virginia Sosa
David Ward David Ward Symmetry of Relationship
Emma Shahar Emma Shahar
Melisa y Mónica Arreola Melisa y Mónica Arreola
Chris Perez Creative Director
Maarten Bel Creative problem solving
Dragoș Motica from Ubikubi
Nina Adanin Extreme and Creative. Mind Without Borders.
Grace Bonney People Matter, Real Life Matters
Grace Bonney Live performance by Madeline Jaina
Grace Bonney Manifesto reading by Canara Price
Grace Bonney Q&A with Grace Bonney
Grace Bonney 30-second pitches
Joe Kwon Symmetry
Tracie Ching Facing Praise and Your Inner Doubts
Nick Clark Symmetry Vs Asymmetry
Art studio Agrafka About life, creativity, art and symmetry
Anthony and Matthew Warner Anthony and Matthew Warner
Courtney Symons on symmetry
Jaber Alhaddad (Jaberology) Look Again and Be Amazed.
Joana de Abreu Peencher Vazios - A simetria do espaço vazio
Julia Furtmann Kai Hoffmann SYMMETRY
Cisco Merel Simetría con Cisco Merel
Brian Steely Finding Your Symmetry
Benito Arreaga La simetría del universo
Melisa y Mónica Arreola Melisa y Mónica Arreola
Dominique Fils-Aimé La symétrie, l’équilibre entre soi et les autres
daniela ribeiro Symmetry - Fevereiro 2019
Steven White & Dominick Davis Symmetry | Creative Mornings/Baltimore
FABIOLA JUNGLES Symmetry
Jonathan Jay Lee Jonathan Jay Lee on SYMMETRY
Kirby Gladstein - HTX Kirby Gladstein / SYMMETRY/ February 15th
Oksana Zaretskaya Symmetry affects our life. But in which way?
Katja and Réda Guiri Can symmetry influence our lives?
Hubert Huppertz Symmetrie bringt Licht in moderne Technologien
Filipp Volchek Filipp Volchek about life, work and balance
Kristine Crabb Miss Crabb
Jason Buys Be amazing at what you do, and go out and do amazing things.
Lidia Maletin and Noam Kuzar Symmetry with Lidia Maletin and Noam Kuzar
Fabio Emch Fabio Emch
BRAINSTORM Briana Feola and Jason Snyder: Live/Work
Trejos Brothers Trejos Brothers
Renata Morresi Traduzioni, rispondenze, simmetrie e altri piccoli piaceri
Chentell Shannon Living a Symmetrical Life
Georg Schober & Paul Troppmair Georg Schober & Paul Troppmair
Eric Haidara Balanced Eclecticism
Annemarie Boss, Christina Jones, Gina Moccio Women Empowering Women
Guido & Vincent de Boer When Symmetry is in your DNA
Femke van Schoonhoven Designing for foreign markets
Chaoting Wei Chaoting Wei
Girgina, Vera & Plamena Girginovi Family, music and symmetry
Jason Talbot Symmetry
Salvador Sanchez Embrace community. Serve others. Create culture.
Alya Redhwan Alya Redhwan
Hadi Teherani An overview of life's work until now
Paloma Medina Define Your Own Life Symmetry
Camille & Spencer Nugent Expectation and Impermanence
Elizabeth Le The Pursuit of Protopia
Deena Lynch Art is expression, art is truth
Gwan Tung Dorothy Lau Optimal Distinctiveness
Chris Fox Artist and Architect
Alex O'Dell Alex O'Dell and Kyle Hoff on Symmetry
Aaron Eichorst Aaron Eichorst
Archie Proudfoot The importance of symmetry in art
Mayor Randall Woodfin The Power of Symmetry in a Growing Community
Ricky Aiken The Symmetry of Hope
Paul Cassimus Symmetry evens the chaos
Corri Chadwick Corri Chadwick
Andy Kehoe & Ben Kehoe Andy Kehoe & Ben Kehoe
John Vigeland Intentional Symmetry
Solange Mbanefo Solange Mbanefo on Symmetry
anthony smith The Lack of Symmetry in Louisville
Ikhlas Abdul Hadi Ikhlas Abdul Hadi #cmsymmetry
Егор Валовски Егор Валовски
Justina ir Ignas FOLK Simetrija tarp agentūros ir klientų
Jesty Make It For You
Tyler Massie Symmetry. Opposing Forces. Duality and the Sliding Scales.
Kai Brand-Jacobsen Between symmetry and asymmetry there is life
Elizabeth Maxwell Life is a Balance of Failures and Successes
Omar Yaqub Axis of Symmetry
Samar Khan Samar Khan
Réna Bradley Finding Social Balance Over Fairness
Bryan Carter Using Technology to Engage Students
Let's look for people who we can support and who can support us that will be there with us at the end of the day.
Let's try to invest in the people that pick us up when we're down, that remind us of who we are. People who know that we are not our brands. People that remind us that we matter exactly as we are.
The Internet can be great, it can be awesome. At its best, the Internet is a tool that gets to us real people and real connections.
It's really easy to get lost in the sea of approval seeking online.
When someone gives you the gift of their time and their presence, in person, that is a gift that you cannot rush [...] It has to live in your heart.
Be present with somebody. Take the time and care to create the compassion that is required to make a lasting connection.
I can't remember most of what I've written, but what I can remember are the conversations I've had with people in person, face to face.
Real life matters, what happens on the Internet matters a whole lot less.
The biggest thing that I've learned is that people matter, work matters a whole lot less.
Eventually, I realized that the seismic shifts that happened in my life changed the things that made me feel safe. They changed the things that made me feel happy and fulfilled.
These moments of disconnect where you feel you've grown and you've changed... they sometimes become louder than the voice in your head that tells you that you should just keep going and doing the things that you're supposed to do.
This is me marching into the unknown having no idea what I'm doing, but knowing that it's the right time to make this move.
The biggest honor of all is that I've had the ability to create a space where I felt safe. A place where I felt safe to take risks, to admit my mistakes, to dream big, and to really be inspired by the people that matter the most to me.
There is nothing that makes me happier than sitting down and talking face to face with people who make things, who aren't scared to take risks, and who have strong opinions about the things that they make.
We seem to really like to grip about time management with people, but it's very rare that I overhear co-workers or colleagues being like, "so how do you fit in alone time?"
We understand the frequency, the cycle, of that restoration activity with sleep. And I realized it is the same with some of these other things.
It's like saying, you know what? My life is crazy right now, so I'm not gonna sleep for five days, but then I have a two-day window where I'm just gonna sleep the whole time for two days, 48 hours, done, catch up.
Some part of my brain understands that taking a two-week vacation in the Bahamas or whatever, some sunny, beautiful place, isn't going to make up for the things that are massively missing in my life.
Don't just think of work things, think of any activity that makes you feel pumped. Or your version of pumped.
In case restorative and growth don't really fit how your brain thinks of those two states, I encourage you to come up with your own words.
Psychologists kind of think about it as growth versus restorative states. I call it progress and self-care.
There's a lot of neuroscientists that essentially think of symmetry as these two things...dopamine and endorphins...and then on the other side...serotonin and oxytocin.
But here's the weird thing. It's 100 years later. Most of us here have pretty different workplaces, right? And we're still using the 40/60 [working/free hours per week].
The brain is so forgiving and it’s seeking change. We just have to create the pattern and the new habit.
We have to stop saying and believing that talking about race divides us.
How are we tone policing today?
Awareness is the key agent for change. We have to be aware in order to know how to move forward.
My highest aspiration has been to seduce myself & the people around into a deeper & more complicated love of the reality in which we find ourselves.
We have to give until we can't give anymore...then give some more.
When we move up in life, it is our duty to turn around and help somebody up along with us. Through support, through guidance, and through forgiveness.
Your personal values don't have to be sacrificed. They can be perfectly aligned with everything you do in life.
Perfection isn't just symmetry. Symmetry isn't just perfection. It's about human connection. It's about reciprocity. It's about harmony. It's about 'get what you gift.'
What I have found is that the businesses that admire the most share the same three pillars: community, service and culture.
Wherever there's imbalance, there is balance. Wherever there is imperfection, there is perfection. Wherever there is authenticity, there is beauty. Wherever there is asymmetry, there is symmetry.
What I have found is that when you design something that is perfectly symmetrical, you can design people out of a space—whether you mean to or not. What I've found is that when you design something that isn't perfectly symmetrical, it becomes inviting, it becomes tangible, it becomes inclusive. Inclusivity breeds community.
What we did with A Cup of Commonwealth is we threw out all the 'rules' of business. And we said 'hello' to intentional chaos.
At the end of the day, it's about showing, not telling. People can see through it. They can see through carefully curated photographs. They can see through fake verbiage. They can see through empty promises. They can see through hollow missions. They want to KNOW you. That's the whole idea of connection.
There's beauty in imperfection. There's beauty in asymmetry.
If there's something you don't like about yourself. Or if there's something you don't like about the world, you can change it, or you can accept it. But if you accept it, you have to deal with it.
What's good for community, is good for business. And what's good for business, is good for community.
Symmetry...it's about 'you get what you gift.' What you receive from this universe is completely aligned with what you gift to this universe.
Symmetry...it's not just about mathematics. It's not just about science. It's about human connectivity. It's how we connect with one another, how we connect with the universe. It's about reciprocity. It's about harmony.
Symmetry is a sense of harmonies and beautiful proportional balance.
When we focus so much on the tiny details, we lose a huge amount of beauty.
If anything exceeded the limit, then it will turn into a disorder.
You have to notice before you can address.
We should live lives that are deserving of our calling and our purpose.
Anything that inspires you towards creation can inspire you towards creating more just circumstances.
When something’s beautiful, it often inspires you to create.
Fairness isn’t always fair.
Everything has a purpose. You can’t have the good only; it’s the good and the bad that come together to make us who we are. That’s the symmetry of hope.
Real change happens when the people who need it, lead it.
All that misery, all that pressure equipped us to be the solution to the problem that we saw in our community.
All the hopelessness, all the despair that I endured up to that point in my life, it suddenly took on a meaning. It became fuel that I would use to push me forward in life.
I needed to take control of my life. I could no longer stay on this escalator heading in the wrong direction, heading to a downward destiny. I had to stop, turn around and not walk in the opposite direction that the escalator was taking me—I needed to run. But I couldn’t run alone.
We find symmetry in buildings, photography, architecture, design, the Hadron Collider, and nature.
Symmetry is all around us. It is experienced and expressed through many different forms of human action and creativity.
Guilt is a very self serving emotion.
Awareness is the key agent for change.
Racism and oppression are a white people problem.