Tag: Identity

3 Ways to Differentiate Yourself: Artist Identity, Vision, and Intention | Music Business

3 Ways to Differentiate Yourself: Artist Identity, Vision, and Intention | Music Business

So today, we’re going to be talking about your identity, your vision, and your intention as an artist, and I’m joined by Stephen Webber, who is a former professor of mine at Berklee. He’s produced over 150 records,…

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What do sex workers want? | Juno Mac | TEDxEastEnd

What do sex workers want? | Juno Mac | TEDxEastEnd

Translator: Camille Martínez Reviewer: Ivana Korom I want to talk about sex for money. I’m not like most of the people you’ll have heard speaking about prostitution before. I’m not a police officer or a social worker. I’m…

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Is your identity given or created? | Marcus Lyon | TEDxExeter

Is your identity given or created? | Marcus Lyon | TEDxExeter

Translator: Natalia Ost Reviewer: Denise RQ I have a challenge for us today, a challenge for a world where 250 million people are searching for a new home through mass migration. A challenge for a time when 1,8…

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How to fix a broken heart | Guy Winch

How to fix a broken heart | Guy Winch

At some point in our lives, almost every one of us will have our heart broken. My patient Kathy planned her wedding when she was in middle school. She would meet her future husband by age 27, get…

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Invisible Diversity: A Story Of Undiagnosed Autism | Carrie Beckwith-Fellows | TEDxVilnius

Invisible Diversity: A Story Of Undiagnosed Autism | Carrie Beckwith-Fellows | TEDxVilnius

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs Everyone in this room has a unique voice – something about you that is different from others. And I want you to take a moment to think about what that difference is….

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Montgomery College’s 2014 Smithsonian Faculty Fellowship Showcase: Maggie Gourlay

Montgomery College’s 2014 Smithsonian Faculty Fellowship Showcase: Maggie Gourlay

[ Music ] The Smithsonian Faculty Fellowship Program represents a rewarding academic professional development opportunity for faculty at Montgomery College. The fellowships are a product of a unique collaboration between Montgomery College and the Smithsonian Center for Learning…

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I don’t want children — stop telling me I’ll change my mind | Christen Reighter

I don’t want children — stop telling me I’ll change my mind | Christen Reighter

I recognized the roles that were placed on me very early. One persistent concept that I observed — existing in our language, in our media — was that women are not only supposed to have children, they are…

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