Think of today as a prototype

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Tim Brown of IDEO suggests we apply design thinking to our lives.

Like any good design team, we can have a sense of purpose without deluding ourselves that we can predict every outcome in advance, for this is the space of creativity. We can blur the distinction between the final product and the creative process that got us there. We can learn how to take joy in the things we create. We can work within the constraints of our own natures—and still be agile, build capabilities, iterate. We can conduct experiments, make discoveries, change our perspectives.

Think of today as a prototype. What would you change?

Nice thought. Within the constraints of time, money and ability – how would you like your day to work?

 

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