Dozens of people have reached out to share how much they enjoyed the Bernie Roth interview, and it’s not hard to figure out why.
As an innovator, Stanford Professor, and d.school Co-Founder Bernie thinks about life in complex ways. As a designer, his practicality is enchanting.
Bernie has a hearty laugh and is quick to offer encouragement to those of us aiming to design a life that’s different or better than the one we’re living right now.
In his book, The Achievement Habit, and in our conversation, Bernie sums up his approach as “having a bias toward action.” He doesn’t worry about whether the next thing he does is the perfect thing. He focuses on doing the thing that helps gets him to a new place or that generates a new set of ideas.
Bernie’s candor is part of his charm. During the interview, he shared:
- How to get unstuck when problems seem insurmountable
- How to rethink physical space for increased creativity and collaboration
- Ways to build mindsets that drive passionate, caring approaches to life and work
If you’re looking for a fresh perspective from a master teacher and innovator, I encourage you to listen to my conversation with this insightful man. You won’t regret it.
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