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Your weekly Virtual FieldTrips roundup is here! This week, together we are learning about our genealogy, getting sh*t done, gaining public speaking confidence, and unleashing our playful side! 

FieldTrips are the peer-to-peer university from CreativeMornings. Hosted by people like you for our global community. They are a celebration of creativity and generosity. We're glad you're here and we hope you'll join us at a FieldTrip soon!
What do you want to learn this week? 🎓
Wednesday, November 18, 12:001:00 pm EST
Where Are You From? Genealogy 101  Join Dustin Renwick (previous host of Archives are Magic FieldTrip) for an exploration into the stories of your own history. This FieldTrip will help you understand the basics of genealogy – the study of family lineages. We’ll walk through the best archival sources, the pitfalls of online research, and the power of personal interviews with family members, tall-tales included.

Thursday, November 19, 10:30 am 12:00 pm EST
Get Sh*t Done in The Cave: Deep Work Remote Session  In this virtual workshop, you’ll learn the concept of Deep Work and how to get more done in less time. We’ll begin by talking about “flow,” the science of productivity, and all of the distractions that get in the way. Then, we’ll actually do a deep work sprint, where you’ll get more done in 20 minutes than you have in most entire mornings (I know, crazy, but you’ll see). And then we’ll leave you with clear takeaways about being more focused and productive, especially working from home.

Thursday, November 19, 12:001:30 pm EST
Speak Your Way to 6 Figures for Creative Entrepreneurs  Join us for an engaging talk where you'll learn: how to get crystal clear on the foundations of your message and position yourself as the go-to expert and speaker, 3 step “Conscious Speech Framework” to create a powerful signature talk that inspires, educates and activates your audience, how to position yourself as an expert speaker in your niche or industry, how to use speaking as the ultimate lead generator for your business.

Wednesday, November 25, 11:30 am1:00 pm EST
Playing House: Staying Home & Staying Playful with Sam Furness Back by popular demand! In this 90 min session we’ll start by looking at creative resilience, the importance of finding tiny moments of joy, maintaining a curious spirit and how we might approach seeing our homes differently. Then…we’ll take on some Playing House challenges together. Exercises and games achievable in about 10 minutes each. All designed to breathe some creativity, adventure and thoughtfulness into your day.
 
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Where do you want to go this week? ✈️

Your virtual passport for CreativeMornings chapter events
While FieldTrips are all about peer-to-peer learning, our CreativeMornings chapter events allow you to tap into creative communities around the world. This week, we’ve highlighted five events we think you’ll love. (All event pages now display event timings in your local timezone. Yay!)
 
Wednesday, November 18, 1:00–2:30 pm EST 
London
Join the CreativeMornings London team and a group of creative minds to explore photography today. Are the ethics of the industry fit for purpose? How do we ensure that representation and justice are key to our practice? How do we keep both photographers and subjects safe in a world where workers rights and global pandemics present a real risk every day? Where are photographers doing good and just work, and where do we need to do better?

 
Thursday, November 19, 4:30–6:00 pm EST 
New York
Seasoned civil rights activist and celebrated prophetic voice “at the forefront of progressive change”, Valarie Kaur joins CreativeMornings for a thoughtful and engaging conversation. Valarie leads the Revolutionary Love Project to reclaim love as a force for justice in America. Her new book, See No Stranger: A Memoir and Manifesto of Revolutionary Love, expands on her “blockbuster” TED Talk.

 
Friday, November 20, 10:30 am12:00 pm EST 
Denver
Join CreativeMornings Denver as we explore the worldwide theme of “RADICAL,” joined by our guests Monique Brooks Roberts, Rajdulari, and Kerrie Joy of The SIP Podcast. About The SIP: “On the SIP Podcast, we pour out our hearts, talk all the mess, discuss systemic injustice, and explore love and relationships. Almost no topic is off limits. It will be real and uncomfortable at times; it will be hilarious and ridiculous all in the same episode as we aspire to encourage women of color in every corner of the world…all from our living room."
 
Friday, November 20, 11:20 am1:00 pm EST 
Everett
Join CM Everett for a morning of radical inspiration with live music and a round of mini-sessions with local creators from Snohomish County! Here’s a sneak peak: a lovely musical performance from Snohomish’s own Fretland, tour of Everett’s first cidery Soundbite Cider with founder Robert Fontaine, creative workshop with Everett illustrator Rosemary Jones. And more!
 
Friday, November 20, 11:30 pm1:00 am EST 
Gurugram
Join us for two mini talks on: How to build your startup – An honest story of why should we follow our dreams and what it takes to build a company. And a gentle way to self-discipline – if self-discipline feels difficult, you’re doing it wrong. ⁠

 
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Thank you to all of our hosts for generously sharing your knowledge and creativity, and helping us dabble in new skills!

We hope to see you on a FieldTrip (or at a chapter event) soon!


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