Evans and Burnett realized that design theory could also be applied to people's lives. So they introduced a course at Stanford called, "Designing Your Life." After years of teaching this course to full classrooms, the profs decided to write a book, so that everyone could access this life-changing process.
I read this book three years ago, but have not yet worked through it with others. And that is the key ingredient to design: enlisting input from others. You see, the design process is a team effort. No one person invented the iPhone. It took a team. And it still takes a team to tweak it and update it.
With our own lives, others can see our blind spots. They can help us think outside the box. They can put pieces together that we overlooked.
So, I invite you to jump into this study with us at noon on Tuesdays, via Zoom.
Shoot me an email, if you would like to get in on it. firstname.lastname@example.org