https://www.manifestboston.org/manifest-mornings Online event
Lectures & Conferences, Virtual & Streaming
What if you had a dedicated time each week for connection and inspiration? A time to build community, engage, and help one another from your homes. Meet Manifest Mornings.
Join us every Thursday at 8AM for 45 minutes of virtual conversation. You'll:
- Stay informed and inspired with ideas, tips, and advice from our innovative community.
- Build & celebrate a Boston area network of people going through the same things as you.
- Feel less isolated during our current situation — and beyond.
We'll get your input on what’s important and bring in experts accordingly. Content will be intentionally designed to keep you in-the-know and energized, and focused on things like entrepreneurship, innovation, design, tech, and art. After, you'll stay connected with other attendees through a dedicated Slack workspace.
Community Investing in Your Own Backyard
Thurs, April 16 at 8:00 AM
Small business. It’s a term that evokes powerful imagery and meaning, especially now. The local coffee shop, your favorite neighborhood restaurant, or the yoga studio you go to each week. What if you could invest in those businesses to keep them thriving and growing? AND, you could see that investment come back to you over time?
Join us to hear Nick Mathews talk about how investing in local economic development can help us build stronger communities.
Secrets of an Olympic Photographer
Thurs, April 23 at 8:00 AM ET
With the Olympics postponed, we wanted to bring the drama and beauty of the games to you over your morning coffee.
John has been covering the Olympics for over 15 years and has seen first hand what it takes to capture athletes at their peak and the intricacies of throwing the world's biggest party.
Come hear what happens behind the scenes to create the magic.
Creating Wonder in Our Every Day
Thurs, April 30 at 8:00 AM ET
As a prolific electronic musician, Daedelus has been creating unique pieces rooted in innovation and emotion for decades.
Creating a sense of wonder is a central theme in everything he does. How can we take that same approach in our day to day lives? How can sound enhance our daily practice?