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Louise Hay (born October 8, 1926) is an American motivational author and the founder of Hay House, she has authored several New Thought self-help books, including the 1984 international bestseller You Can Heal Your Life. She is a metaphysical lecturer and teacher with more than 50 million books sold worldwide. For more than 30 years, she has helped people throughout the world discover and implement the full potential of their own creative powers for personal growth and self-healing. She has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show and many other TV and radio programs both in the U.S. and abroad.
Thank you so much for clicking on my entry! Welcome to my world of constant thoughts and weirdness. I hope you enjoy my little personal introduction. Feel free to click on any of my other videos to see more songs that I have written. CREATIVITY ROCKS!!!! xoxo
What does it mean to be creative? Creativity means turning old ideas into new ones and imagination into action. In Financial Planning, creativity can open doorways to new opportunities, such as gifting strategies or funding your family's education. Questions about Financial Planning? We love creative solutions and imagining new ideas - give us a call for help with your future! 901-767-0668/www.fishandassociates.com
Konstantinos Kouvaras had to make a change. The 32 year old engineer couldn't find work in his field in Greece due to the financial crisis. He and his wife decided to leave Athens and open a custom design T-shirt shop in Nafplio.
While it is easy to contemplate the possibilities of the cloud, just what does this massive decentralization of data mean for the way work and interact with one another? The FT's Christopher Booker speaks with designers about how the cloud is changing the way their creative process. http://www.ft.com/reports/understanding-cloud-computing For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube; http://goo.gl/vUQx5k Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
A Wake Up Call To Creativity: A Motivational Film by Roberto Blake Creatives are talked out of their passion instead of told how to make it practical. Yet our society depends on sustaining creativity and innovation and has an overwhelming demand for it. CREATIVE EDUCATION LEADS TO INNOVATION Creative education matters now more than it ever has. Creative careers give nearly unlimited potential not only for expression but for attaining financial freedom, if you have the courage and curiosity to find your full potential and deliver it directly to the marketplace. Creative education doesn't mean abandoning practicality. It's the opposite of that given today's market. Photography and Film has a high demand based on how much marketing and social media relies on it today to sell products and se...
What is organizational creativity?
► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs The FT's Christopher Booker goes behind the scenes of the toy design world where there is a careful orchestration between designer, manufacturer and, most importantly, the retailer. Having a hit on their shelves can make or break a retailer's holiday season, but for the toy designer, getting a chance to enter the contest takes far more than a clever idea. For more video content from the Financial Times visit http://www.FT.com/video
Featuring Megan Gaiser, Michael Condrey, Ru Weerasuriya, & Nicole Lazarro — Augmented reality and virtual reality is estimated to grow beyond $150 billion by 2020. The emerging market will span across industries, making the audience both broad and diverse out of the gate. Diversity leads to faster and better product-market fit. If you want to satisfy this NEW audience, shouldn’t your company capitalize on this unprecedented financial opportunity by disrupting the status quo to adopt a new leadership style? This panel will discuss the critical need to move beyond hard-wired behaviors to genuinely welcome diverse leaders, perspectives and products. They will also share practical approaches to upgrade ourselves to inspire the collective by enhancing both human and financial capital.
SOFA Development did extensive research in 2008 amongst creative entrepreneurs on their needs for finance and amongst financial experts about their views on access to capital for the creative industry. Five years later it seems more relevant than ever to bring the worlds together.
People often talk about Why you should be creative or How being creative helps you become a leader. But no one teaches or discusses how to actually become creative? what are the daily exercises one should follow to increase his/her creative muscles. In this video I talk about how you can become highly creative by following certain daily practices and strategies. This video is in Tamil. I went in depth explaining the creativity improvement techniques I personally follow. If you want to become a writer, you become better at your writing craft by writing more, writing daily. Likewise to become creative, to produce great creative works, to come up with out of the box creative solutions, you should start exercising your creative muscles through a set of daily practices. My favorite creati...
Once upon a time there was a little library. It was full of books and people loved it. Children spent many a happy hour browsing for little gems among its shelves. Alas, as often happens in fairy tales, things changed and the local authority found itself in dire financial straits. If the library was to be saved, the people would have to agree to a 0.7% rise in local taxes. August the 2nd was scheduled as the voting day. The fate of the little library hang in the balance… This short clip about the campaign to save the library is one of the most amazing I have ever watched. Hats off to the people who came up with the idea! :-) [NB: I do not own the copyright to this video clip. I have uploaded it here for educational purposes].
Mark Kirby uses words you wouldn’t necessarily expect to hear from an IT guy who works in insurance: Passion. Love. Creativity. Inspiration. Risk. (Well, that one you might expect.) His easy use of these words underscores his main point: technologies and inventions are successful when people love to use them. He has been passionate about technology since he was a small boy, and he has loved to watch it get better and better. He is an expert on change, risk, and technology, and he says, “The biggest risk for most companies is that we fail to change and reinvent ourselves.” He helps people be their best, fearless, most authentic selves at work by providing an environment that supports their ingenuity. Mark challenges us to overcome our fear, to trust others on our teams and constantly reinve...