Susanne Kischnick presents the art of being photogenic by teaching how to be mindful.///Youth, beauty and fame don’t necessarily make a person photogenic. Susan Kischnick explains in her talk that being photogenic is first and foremost about being authentic. That authenticity comes from the state of mindfulness. Instead of trying to be picture perfect, be playful and explore different expressions and gestures. Being photogenic is about radiating in your pictures with energy and confidence.
"Being photogenic is about authenticity."
"The secret to authentic head-shot photography is mindfulness."
« La jeunesse peut changer le monde à condition de regarder vers le nouveau monde. »
« Pour changer le monde, il faut faire finalement ce que les politiques ne savent pas faire et n’ont pas su faire. »
Joseph Beuys said: Every human being is an artist. Find out what he meant when he said these magic words.
Children are more creative than adults. However, it seems we all have it within us. We just don't know it or we didn't find out yet. It might take a while until we actually realize that, but believe Martin KUPP, it's possible.Maybe it's hard for you to realize how or why, but the response might be easier than you imagine. It takes only a triple factor-based solution for multiple results.
"Every human being is an artist."
"Creativity is actually hard work."
Antonio Meza shows how to make our life vision more concrete.
"The vision is not only visual, it's a sensorial representation of what you want for yourself and for others in life"
"Life can be great if you dedicate yourself to connect with your purpose and make it happen"
« Poser des questions conditionne notre esprit de curiosité et de découverte. »
« Toute question est bonne à poser parce qu’une question c’est certes un aveu d'ignorance, mais exprimé avec intelligence. »
« Poser des questions, c’est avant tout s’émerveiller devant le spectacle du monde. »
Phil Waknell gives some tips on how to make your presentation (and your WikiTalk) interesting and how to interest your audience in what you are talking about.
"A great WikiTalk, like any great presentation, is based around 3 arts, and those 3 arts are firstly storytelling, and then great speaking and effective visuals."
"All of those are in support of a message, a key message, which has to be simple and clear."
"What you want them [your audience] to do afterwards, it's to say 3 things : 'I didn't know that', 'I'm glad I do now' and 'I'd like to know more."
"You have to make sure the first thirty seconds that you do something to make them want to listen."
"You take them step by step along an emotional and logical journey so that by the end of your talk they are changed."
"You have to perform, you have to entertain, on a WikiStage, because otherwise people are not gonna look at a boring WikiTalk online."
"You have to speak with passion."
The optimism is the key energy in life. And it is a big secret because if you act, if you do, if you live like an optimist your life is going to change.///Being an optimist can only help people be happier in life. But the real question is : how to let your optimism take the lead on you? Here are a few tips from Philippe Gabilliet, professor in organizational behavior, based on 3 keywords : Strengths, solutions and levers, in order to help you let your optimism out.
"If you act, if you do, if you live like an optimist, your life is going to change."
"The fact that you focus on good things is going to create the energy for you to fight the bad things."
"If you function in your head like an optimist, an incredible miracle happens. You are just about to become the person with whom everything for the others becomes possible again."
« On atteint un ''momentum'' [un élan] de la technologie dans l’humanité : Il y a une démocratisation de technologie. »
« L’innovation est à votre portée. »
''Think out of the box.''
''Believe in yourself.''
"You are the wonders of science."
Could mathematics be the key to know whether we are right or wrong? Tarik Zakaria Benmerar gives us the answer to this question.
"It will provide us with the simple and abstraict view of the world, it will provide us with the deep end standing of the objects and it will provide us with general facts that we will use in our everyday life."
"We can be both right even if we disagree."
"Learn to hear and accept others opinion. Why, because there is always something to learn from others."
« Les loups ont changé le comportement des rivières. Elles ont commencé à moins zigzaguer. Il y avait moins d'érosion. Les canaux se sont rétrécis. Des mares se sont formées. Tout cela était parfait pour un habitat sauvage. »
« Les rivières ont changé en réponse aux loups. Et la raison était que la forêt en pleine régénération a stabilisé les rives qui se sont moins dégradées. Du coup, les rivières ont adopté une trace plus figée dans le temps.
De la même manière, en repoussant les cerfs de certaines zones, et en apermettant à la végétation de se reformer sur les bords des vallées, il y a eu moins d'érosion. Du coup les loups, bien que peu nombreux n'ont pas seulement transformé l'écosystème du parc de Yellowstone, cette gigantesque région, mais aussi sa topographie. »