Why it’s helpful to identify and reflect on your processes
I’m an author, educator, and community builder living in Chicago. In 2012, I designed my own Masters by completing 12 projects in 12 months. I called it The Leap Year Project and my experiences culminated with staging my graduation at a local TEDx and publishing a book of stories focused on the power of learning through risk. I later launched Experience Institute, an organization helping college students and career professionals learn and grow through short-term, real-world experiences. In 2015, I was inducted into Forbes 30 Under 30 in the field of education. And in 2017, I joined the team at Stanford’s School of Engineering as a Lecturer in Design, helping students reimagine their learning through experience.
Posts by Victor Saad
Wins, challenges, and where we’re going next.
Why we slow down in the holiday rush and create space for reflection
Tips on how to give thoughtful gifts this holiday season
Why we love to be part of someone else’s discovery
Why and how celebrating your wins keeps you going
How to write a letter that you’ll open on New Year’s Day and why it’s helpful.
Why it happens and tips to celebrate the real-life teams who build great things.
A quick update on The Experience Lab at UC Berkeley
Ei’s Workplace Course Catalog for 2019
Bonus Piece in a Four-Part Mini-Course on How to Navigate Life’s Most Challenging Decisions
Part 4 of 4 in a Mini-Course on How to Navigate Life’s Most Challenging Decisions
Part 3 of 4 in a Mini-Course on How to Navigate Life’s Most Challenging Decisions
Part 2 of 4 in a Mini-Course on How to Navigate Life’s Most Challenging Decisions
Part 1 of 4 in a mini-course on How to Navigate Life’s Most Challenging Decisions
Give an employee a plan, and they will build. Teach an employee to build, and they will think.
Helping people go from 😰 to 🚀
Seven tips to help you navigate pressure-filled seasons
How to build workplace reflection into weekly, monthly, and yearly routines.
A simple tool to design internships that foster meaningful work for both students and companies.
Planning for the future while making small bets along thew way.
If love and relationships seem overly complicated, here’s a new starting point…
Connecting teams and students to tackle complex challenges.
Coming in 2020, a tool to help you navigate transitions by designing small, meaningful projects.