Inspiration Design Culture. | The Streets Barber (Documentary)


Nasir Sobhani aka ‘The Streets Barber’, is a true Nomad, not just of the world, but also of the mind. Growing up in Japan, attending University in Canada, volunteering his time for Youth Work in the Vanuatu and then Australia to start up his own initiative helping the homeless, Nasir has certainly lived a fruitful life. It wasn’t all smooth sailing though, with a crippling drug addiction along the way, Nasir thanks his Baha’i faith and barbering for his new found sobriety. Working six days a week cutting hair, Nasir spends his one day off hitting the streets to give free haircuts to the homeless. He calls it, ‘Clean Cut Clean Start’.

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Director: Llewellyn Fowler
Producer: Llewellyn Fowler
Executive Producer: Kristian Michail, Ned Donohoe
Camera: Scott Bradshaw, Adam Jolev
Sound: Adam Ricco, Abe Wynen
Editor: Kristof Novak
Colourist: Ollie Knocker
Sound Mixer: Kristof Novak


Out Of Line – Gesaffelstein
Escape – Yapo (Sör és Fű // Enter the SÉF)
Enter – Yapo (Sör és Fű // Enter the SÉF)
The Answer (ft. Big In Japan) – UNKLE (Trentemoller remix)


Inspiration. |Chris Singleton “Love Is Stronger”

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E:60 Love Is Stronger
Features an exclusive interview with Chris Singleton, a 19-year old outfielder for Charleston Southern University, whose mother, Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, and eight others were shot and killed in the Charleston Emanuel AME church massacre on June 17, 2015.

Singleton speaks with ABC’s award-winning correspondent, Bob Woodruff, about a mother’s love, a night of horror and how baseball saved his life.

Here, coordinating producer Ben Houser provides some thoughts on what makes this piece so powerful.

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Inspiration. | How To Stretch A $20

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Design Inspiration. | @LILINTERNET “Where I’m From” (#Documentary)


JAY Z’s Life+Times and vitaminwater® present the next episode of the new documentary series “Where I’m From.” This episode follows video director, music producer and all around creative person Lil Internet, and details his constant analysis of the world and creativity, and how he captures that and turns it into success. Known for his work on Beyonce’s “No Angel” and Diplo’s “Express Yourself” videos, he speaks on his modest upbringing in Norfolk, VA, using his parent’s music and video equipment to teach himself his craft.

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Directed and Edited by James Rothman for Scheme Engine
Produced by Chas Todd
Cinematography by Ben Vogel, James Rothman, & Eric Swiecinski
Sound Recorded/Mixed by Andrew Yip
Music by Lucas Ellman
Motion Graphic by Sean Ferguson
Color-Correction by Thomas Stigler
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Inspiration. | “#HowToSucceedInLife”


How To Succeed In Life – Learn the absolute essential elements of creating a successful life. The ultimate success formula.

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Video Summary:
Hey, this is Leo for I’m going to tell you how to succeed in life.

This is my forte. What I love to study is success and I’m going to give you about six or seven tips that are just the fundamentals of what it takes to create a really successful life.

Get ready because it’s going to be a really powerful and quick self-help segment. I go into more depth in other videos.

Discover Yourself

You have to have a deep understanding of who you really are in life to have long-term sustainable success, and both happiness and then fulfillment. For me, success is shallow if it doesn’t come with the happiness and fulfillment component. I want to get all of it — both the external success and then the lasting fulfillment and happiness that you can get with that. I don’t want just shallow, external success.

To do that, you need to really understand and discover who you are. You might be thinking, “Well, I know who I am.” No, you don’t. I would say that 99 percent of people do not really know who they are because they have not gone on the journey that it takes to discover that.

This is not some abstract notion. What I’m talking about here is that you really need to discover what your top 10 values are. You need to discover what your top five feelings are in life. You need to discover what it is that you really want out of life and what is meaningful to you.

You also have to discover what you don’t want. You might say, “Well, I know what I don’t want. I know the things that I don’t like.” There might not be as much clarity there as you think there is.

This is all about a matter of clarity and articulation. It’s one thing to know vaguely, but it’s a totally different thing to actually articulate it, write it down, and know it very consciously. That’s going to clear a lot of things up for you.

If you sit down and do this process, you’re going to quickly realize that you don’t know as much about yourself as you think you do. You probably have had moments in your life that have been epiphanies where you’ve had deep self-discovery. Maybe it was when you were traveling. Maybe it was after a breakup in a relationship. Maybe it was when you were struggling at work. You discover things about yourself. By going through these challenging experiences, we really discover what it is that we want out of life. That’s the foundation. Successful people know what they want.

Have a Life Purpose

Life purpose is a very deep topic that I cover in other videos, but here, what I’m going to say about it are the fundamentals. Life purpose is what you want to accomplish in your life.

What’s true for all successful people is that all of their actions on a day-to-day basis, a weekly basis, a monthly basis, and a yearly basis are leading towards some sort of point. They’re all converging towards something. They know what that convergent point is. For them, the convergence point is, first of all, outside of themselves. It’s not so much about them, but rather something else — something bigger than them. It’s about a sense of contribution. Again, I don’t mean contribution in the sense that you have to be super altruistic and not care about yourself. It’s contribution in the sense that you get a lot of enjoyment from contributing something positive to the world.

So, the question is — “What is the impact that you want to have?” Are you clear on that? Are you totally committed to having that impact? This could be impact in your family. This could be impact in starting the kind of business that you want to start and having that business have a certain impact on society, whether it’s helping people in Africa get more water or helping produce green energy or helping people find love through creating an online dating site. It doesn’t matter what it is.

Inspiration & Design Culture. | @MarcBarros “#FindingSuccessThroughFailure” (@CreativeMornings #Lecture)



Marc is an entrepreneur. A creator. A builder. He wants to build companies that make the world a better place, one product at a time. He has come to believe that if you let life unfold itself, you will experience it like never before.