Young designer, podcast addict, skeptical of skeptics, great with charts and lists, likes water better than pop. Boring in the most authentic way.
Applying psychology in product design and in design process
Back end codes, material supply pricing, boy troubles
"Don't think too much, thinking makes you sad. Life is short, be happy."
This is a hard question, usually the more you know about your hero, the more flaws you discover about them.
I can use bus route digits to make beautiful equations
Singing and playing piano in a run-down country bar
The route I used to take to get to my junior high school and the store sign I slammed my head into that one time (tall person problem)
I'd teach them how to actively listen to what others have to say
Eric’s CreativeMornings activity
Because anxiety feeds off of embarrassment and guilt and shame, and if you treat it like this deep dark secret, you're gonna forever live in this darkness.
Anxiety has taught me a very, very hard lesson: that if you don't design the life you want, the world will do it for you.
When I go talk to people, and just to switch things up, I don’t just say I’m a hurdler, I say: “I overcome obstacles for a living.”
Own the fact that you’re many things in life, don’t just be an athlete, don’t just be an entrepreneur, don’t just be a coach, an ally, a brother, employer, and so on.
You are more than your elevator pitch […] “Hi I’m X, I’m a man or woman of many things. and let’s chat.” That sparks curiosity.