Life Design

Design a life you love, at any age or stage

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What is Life Design© / Designing Your Life?

Many of us experience life transitions — planned and unplanned, periods of feeling stuck, and changes within ourselves, our relationships, and our communities.  Designing Your Life (DYL) provides an opportunity to learn the skill of life design© — a hands-on approach to applying the creative, iterative, human-centered design process to crafting a life we love.

In our own lives, and in the lives of our clients, we have found Life Design© to be a creative and flexible approach to navigate personal and professional challenges with more wisdom and ease.

Based on the work of Stanford Professors Bill Burnett and Dave Evans, Designing Your Life (DYL) demonstrates how design thinking can help us create a life in which we can flourish.

The same design thinking responsible for amazing technology, products, and spaces can be used to design and build your career and your life, a life of fulfillment and joy, constantly creative and productive, one that always holds the possibility of surprise.

Based on the New York Times best seller Designing Your Life and Designing Your Work Life

Explore life’s wicked problems

Explore the meaning of life and work (for you); Re-design your day to enhance balance and energy; Reflect on life roles and what aspects resonate most for you; Frame solvable problems; Engage in creative brainstorming; Prototyping life’s possibilities; Explore the science of choosing and discernment; Learn from failure; and more!

Bias to Action

“Set the bar low and clear it!”
Identify small, actionable, affordable steps to build your way forward. Test out your ideas in real life, in low-risk ways. Like a designer, approach life with a creative, iterative approach, learn along the way, collaborate with others, be curious — and have fun.

Start Where You Are

Life design is possible, no matter your starting point. We’d love to work with you through:

Ready to get started? Please reach out. We’d love to work together.

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