Wins, challenges, and where we’re going next.
Reflections from people learning to risk and risking to learn.
Discover how a bias toward action helps one man in his fight against Parkinson’s disease.
How to build interactive, audience-centered workshops and learning experiences.
If bringing people together around a vision or idea is part of your job, learning how to be a good storyteller can be immensely beneficial.
3 tangible ways to lead your organization toward a more growth mindset-oriented culture
3 ways to transform envy into inspiration.
4 Simple Ways to Bring Growth Mindset to Your Classroom or Learning Environment
A simple, helpful process for thinking through growth on a personal or professional level
5 Questions to Prompt Curiosity in the Face of Conflict
Could we make a fluid learning system and supportive framework that would accommodate different learning styles—a system that wouldn’t turn out recent graduates who’d accumulated crippling debt yet lacked applicable work experience and useful portfolios?
Get into uncomfortable situations. You’d be surprised how much you learn about yourself when you’re experiencing something new and scary.
Last week, the Ei community and I completed a month-long Kickstarter campaign for Leap Kit. The days leading up to the campaign and throughout the month of October were full of twists and turns. This post will be a space to capture and share the lessons learned from leading the kickstarter campaign. Hopefully, it can … Read More
I was on a Skype call with Marc Winn. He was on Guernsey Island off the coast of France and I was in downtown Chicago. My mind tried once again to find the words to explain how important I believe it is to view our experiences through a series of infinite frequency interactions.
. Recently, I had a conversation with a friend about design. She asked me, “is design thinking a fad?” Will something else will come along and take its place? As someone changing directions to learn and practice design, I have to admit: the thought of design thinking being a fad gave me pause. The last … Read More
After studying the future of education at Stanford’s d.school, Katie Kirsch went on to start a non-profit focused on women’s empowerment. “When you pursue your passion and carve your own path, there is no limit to what you can learn, achieve, and create.”