Observations and thoughts at the intersection of Design, IT, Psychology, and Business.

A body of worth

Create a body of work to demonstrate your abilities and commitment to your craft. Two examples come to mind: This guy who makes a new spoon every day. This guy who designs a movie poster every day. No amount of fancy marketing words can come close to the powerful...

Post-traumatic growth

The Surprising Benefit Of Going Through Hard Times is a positive article on thriving after traumatic events. A common traumatic event many working professional face is being the target of a manager, colleague, business partner who has APD (anti-social personality...

Some problems are insoluble

Let’s define solved as - the problem has be dealt with, or cleared up, in such a way that it has gone away and not likely to occur again any time soon, or ever again. Not all problems are solvable by this definition. Because to solve it would require one or more of...

Three dimensions for understanding a problem

Looking at a problem across the following three dimensions may be useful in helping us better understand and problem, reframe our perceptions, and find ways to move forward. Is it you or the circumstance? Sometimes the problem is not us, but rather the circumstance we...

The importance of being healthy selfish

A core aspect of elevating ourselves is learning healthy selfishness. Healthy selfish is why we must put on our own oxygen masks first, before helping others. In every situation, we can examine the following: What can I do in response? How can I learn from this?...

Talent-Belief gap

Self-efficacy is the belief that we are able to respond effectively or successfully to a given situation. The Talent-Belief gap describes how well our self-belief (efficacy) tallies with our actual talents and abilities. The presence of a Talent-Belief gap means we...

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