Embrace being Irrationally Annoyed
People are too tolerant of their daily frustrations. I’m not. I’m a New Yorker and a Designer; I’ve a unique ability to get annoyed over almost anything. Frustration fuels creativity and propels one to take action. Learning to recognize and embrace feelings we’re taught to ignore takes effort and patience but it’s worthwhile. It’s important designers and entrepreneurs alike embrace the pressure of frustration, so that they may employ one of the most impactful and under-utilized design tools.
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- As an entrepreneur and/or designer, how do I find new innovations for a business or product that are relevant to my consumers?
- How do I use a personal weakness/ character flaw into an asset that provides a meaningful difference for my business or clients?
- What is a new design tool for me to take back to my team and incorporate in my everyday life?
- Savannah Enright, Senior Business Designer , Fjord
Savannah Enright, Senior Business Designer, Fjord