Breaking: How Native Advertising Makes Headlines

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Breaking: How Native Advertising Makes Headlines from Hawk Thompson

Interesting thoughts by Hawk Thompson

Apollo Robbins: The art of misdirection

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Hailed as the greatest pickpocket in the world, Apollo Robbins studies the quirks of human behavior as he steals your watch. In a hilarious demonstration, Robbins samples the buffet of the TEDGlobal 2013 audience, showing how the flaws in our perception make it possible to swipe a wallet and leave it on its owner’s shoulder while they remain clueless.

Mathieu Ledoux – The Ultimate State

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The 30-year-old French Canadian stuntman speaks to the inherent joy of simply doing what you love! More about this one on or at their at their fb page here

Ben Chestnut: Creating an Environment for Creativity and Empowerment

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A wonderful talk by Mailchimp co-founder Ben Chestnut, via swiss miss

Imagine your customer becomes your friend

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Imagine your customer becomes your friend from steven van belleghem

We are living in times where customer loyalty is decreasing. Is it possible to create a strong emotional relationship with your clients. Or even better: can you become Friends with your clients? Interesting thoughts by Steven Van Belleghem

The Power of Vulnerability

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Influential author and speaker Dr Brené Brown tackles the myth that vulnerability is a weakness. Instead, she argues, it is the clearest path to courage and meaningful connection, and has the power to transform the way we engage and educate.
Listen to the podcast of the full event including audience Q&A here

The Arsehole Gene

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After years of investigation, a group of European scientists had discovered that the vulgarly called ‘arseholes’ are actually suffering a genetic mutation that conditions their behaviour. This discovering had opened a door to end with the unfair stigmatization of this group of patients. Understanding how the disease works is the first step to the cure, but there’s a lot of work to do before that moment arrives, including informing the citizenship about its existence. Because arseholes… are just sick people. via neatoroma

what the ad-community can learn from startups

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what the ad-community can learn from startups from Liane Siebenhaar

Interesting thoughts by Liane Siebenhaar @L7H ! A big thanks @juliancole for bringing this to my attention

Death To Bullshit: Now With 80% More Bullshit!

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Death To Bullshit: Now With 80% More Bullshit! from Brad Frost

Reasons To Be Creative by @brad_ frost ..check his first deck here

Learn, Unlearn, Relearn

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Learn, Unlearn, Relearn from Ogilvy & Mather South Africa

Learn, Unlearn, Relearn, by Ogilvy & Mather South Africa will take you through a brief history of advertising demonstrating what has changed, what is new, and what has fundamentally remained the same from day one. The talk was given by Chris Rawlinson (Group Digital Innovations), Chris Gotz (Executive Creative Director and Creative Circle Chairman), Luca Gallarelli (Deputy Managing Director).

What If You Stopped Going Outside?

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Jane ni Dhulchaointigh: The Magic Is in The Process

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How do you get from “what if?” to “eureka”? At the 99U Conference, Sugru creator Jane ni Dhulchaointigh describes her six-year journey from design student to inventor.

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