Summary of Francesc Miralles: "haz algo de valor y habrá cola en la puerta de tu casa"

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Francesc Miralles is a Spanish self-taught artist who creates his art through incorporating different creative minds and experiences. He is grateful for the support of his fans and sends them a chocolate cake in the mail as a final gift.

  • 00:00:00 Francesc Miralles is a Spanish author who has written several successful books. He was born and raised in Barcelona, and has a degree in German philology from the University of Barcelona. As a journalist and editor, he's also worked as a therapist and artistic coach. In this video, he shares his method for piano teaching, which is based on the teachings of his mentor, Antonio Ortuño. He believes that anyone can learn to play the piano, as long as they have a bit of natural talent and a passion for the instrument. This video was recorded in 2017, and is scheduled to be aired in 2018.
  • 00:05:00 Francesc Miralles, a Spanish psychologist and speaker, discusses how creativity and change can be achieved by starting with something small and overcoming fear. She shares her story of how she became an "inspiradora," or someone who moves someone else's will by inspiring them. This talk is important as it helps to dispel the common misconception that people who are creative only do so once in their lifetime.
  • 00:10:00 Francesc Miralles, a Spanish journalist and author, interviews people over 60 about their life records and discusses how to share this knowledge with others in a way that is both interesting and engaging. He recalls how he fell in love with Sonia Fernandez Vidal while they were both attending a conference and how they have since collaborated on several books. He also speaks about his work as a journalist and his experience interviewing theoretical physicist, Kira Peake.
  • 00:15:00 Francesc Miralles discusses how going to the forest every week has helped him to feel more connected to nature and himself. He also talks about how reading Walden helped him to understand the importance of living in nature and how choosing to live in a forest can be a form of self-care.
  • 00:20:00 In this video, Francesc Miralles discusses his book, 54 translations, and its success. He says that while other books have had many translations, Spanish book has been translated the most because it has a history of being translated. He believes that there is no other book with as many translations as this one, and it has been a success especially in the United States. Miralles also discusses his blog, which has been first in the Spanish section on his website, and he has been interviewed twice. He says that he is more comfortable on stage than in front of the camera, and that he would rather teach than act. He also says that people should expect a new book from him soon.
  • 00:25:00 Francesc Miralles, a Spanish master of rain, discusses the power of nature and how it can inspire us. He cites a beautiful quote from when they were already well into writing their book. They enjoyed discovering this obscure quote, which speaks to the human capacity to perceive beauty all around them, even in the city. As the world becomes increasingly wired, it's important to be more mindful of the information we consume. Miralles recommends reading inspiring books to help us make better decisions about food and health, instead of just relying on the news sources we consume. After watching the video, you may be inspired to appreciate the beauty of nature more and to take a step away from the constant stream of information.
  • 00:30:00 Francesc Miralles, a French philosopher and filmmaker, discusses the importance of having self-esteem and discusses how to build it. He talks about the movie Boyhood, in which the same actors play the same roles for 12 years. He says that if someone has low self-esteem, they will be crushed by the success of others. He gives two pieces of advice for having self-esteem: First, to remember every minute you've spent crying over a stupid girl, and second, to realize that your problems are not really that important in the grand scheme of things.
  • 00:35:00 In this video, Francesc Miralles discusses why it is difficult for people to change their lives for the better. He explains that three elements are necessary for change to happen: the person, the how, and the where. He goes on to say that many people lack one of these elements, and that this prevents them from achieving transformation. He recommends that people focus on changing their who instead of focusing on changing their how or the where.
  • 00:40:00 Francesc Miralles, a self-taught artist, discusses the process of creating his art and how it is influenced by his experiences and relationships. He talks about how he creates his art through incorporating different creative minds and how he feels grateful for the support of his fans. He concludes the video by saying that he will send his fans a chocolate cake in the mail, as a final gift.

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