CreativeMornings - 🧗‍♂️Turn and face your fears

December 8, 2022
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My fears and insecurities will follow me until I turn to face them.”


So often we are scared of the unknown, but authentic freedom lies in braving the ambiguous. In her talk for CreativeMornings/Berlin, award-winning Australian designer Victoria Ng gives a vulnerable talk about how she confronted her fears. Growing up, she was mocked for her grasp of English and felt shaky with writing, swearing it off forever — only to enroll in a master’s program that required extensive research and writing. By facing her fears, Ng discovered that past experiences do not predetermine future outcomes. How can we learn to embrace uncertainty as a fertile place for becoming? Watch Victoria Ng’s courageous talk and find out.  
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Doing so takes a combination of an excellent customer experience, quality products or services, and a little extra effort. Check out a few tried and true methods from Harvest to kick off 2023 with a booming repeat customer base. 

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Our January theme is "Sanctuary," chosen by CreativeMornings/Sheffield. Where, or in what or whom, do you find sanctuary? What does it feel like when you seek refuge there? Whether it’s a story, image, observation, song, poem, or other artifact, you can share your submissions in this form. We’ll feature a round-up in our Sanctuary issue at the beginning of 2023!

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Asana is looking for a Product Designer, Workflow Engagement in San Francisco to lead design focused on empowering customers to effortlessly build, customize, and iterate on their end-to-end workflows. 

CIC is hiring a Community Associate in Tokyo who is passionate about helping people. 

Wistia in Cambridge is seeking a Video Writer/Producer in Cambridge, Massachussetts, to tell the story of their products, inspire their customers, and build the brand. 

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