BEFORE the week at Stanford’s d.school... I often saw teams being lead by one or two people, and the leaders often didn’t change. Sometimes one person was the leader for multiple projects, taking that role because no one else stepped up to lead. I often heard people complain about the “bossy” leaders because they felt … Continue reading What have you learned about leadership?
Prompt: What’s the importance of “The Hero’s Journey”? How has storytelling evolved from oral to written and where is the future of storytelling headed? Are we going back to our roots? (This post has spoilers for The Hobbit) I would say that the first time I ever truly learned about The Hero’s Journey was in … Continue reading The Happy Ending
One of the things I've heard at some point in time at every design thinking event I've ever gone to is, "This process is not linear. Sometimes you'll empathize before you discover, and sometimes you'll experiment before you empathize. Different steps make sense in different places depending on the problem you are facing," and I … Continue reading The Journey
I'm a high school junior, and unfortunately that means a lot of things: time to start searching for colleges, tougher classes, needing to get better grades, an uptake in responsibilities, taking leadership positions in club and around the school, and this is just for school. I've been rather busy recently between several clubs, 4 APs, … Continue reading An Update