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How To Be Wise in The Digital Age

By February 18, 2014 Blog, Inspiration No Comments
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I love San Francisco

 
Many of you know this (and if you’re new to the blog, read about my love for the city here).
 
The past week, I was back in the city. I feel grateful, inspired and a little hyped up, especially because this time ’round, I got the chance to not only be inspired by the city & it’s inhabitants, but add to the experience by participating in Wisdom 2.0.
 

Wisdom In The Digital Age

 
Wisdom 2.0 is a conference centered around the question how to incorporate issues like awareness, compassion & being present in the current moment into the digital age that we’re all living in.
 
I witnessed a seemingly endless amount of inspiring talks by inspiring people (think Eckhart Tolle, Arianna Huffington, Jon Kabbat-Zin, Tony Hsieh and many many more) and I met with an even larger amount of inspiring people that also visited the conference.
I was really taken by the overall atmosphere of inclusion and the shared goals of being more compassionate & present in the midst of our busy lives.
 
So, to let you enjoy some of my newly acquired knowledge, Wisdom, so to say, I’m sharing some of the most beautiful talks with you.
 

I would love to hear from you after you’ve seen some:

 
WHICH TALK IS ESPECIALLY INSPIRING TO YOU?

And also: WHAT IS YOUR ‘PLACE OF INSPIRATION’, AND WHY?
 
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The Talks I Loved Most @ Wisdom 2.0 2014

 
3 Practical Tools to be more mindful & aware in your busy everyday life from Peter Deng, Director of Product @ Instagram:
 

 
Funny, Sharp & Very True; Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post on the third metric to define success (beyond money & power):
 

 
Amazing project from Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh: improving an entire neighborhood in Vegas. Be the Change!
 

 
Beautiful & a little scary, this talk by Dr. Shefali on consious parenting & the value of pain:
 

 
I shed a little tear here, because I realize I also needlessly hurry my children. Lessons in not hurrying from the Hands Free Mama:
 

 
Two great minds on mindulness in the digital age. A conversation between Jon Kabbat-Zin & Arianna Huffington:
 

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