• Dr Maggie G


Updated: Feb 1, 2019

Conversation with Bill Burnett and Dave Evans, founders of the most popular course at Stanford University, and authors of "Designing Your Life: Build A Life That Works For You"

Are you beating yourself because you haven't figure what you want to do in your life (regardless of where you're currently at and regardless of your age)?

Do you know what you want but you feel stuck?

Are looking for a change in your personal and/or your professional life?

Would you like to know how start figuring it all out?

If the answer to any or all of the above questions is "yes" then this interview is for you!

To watch the video, click on the link below!

I am speaking to Bill Burnett and Dave Evans, authors of 'Designing Your Life: Build A Life That Works For You' and creators of the most popular course at Stanford University 'Design Your Life'.

Their step-by-step method teaches people how to think like a designer and build a life to thrive in. Against a global backdrop of economic uncertainty and changes in the way we see the world of work, Burnett and Evans show us how the same thinking that created the most amazing technology, products and spaces can be used to design a career and a life that are meaningful, joyful and fulfilling, regardless of who we are or were, what we do or have done for a living, and how young or how old we are.

The method is scientifically proven, with Burnett and Evans's Stanford course subjected to two academic studies that have shown its ability to reduce anxieties around life and careers, as well as, make people successful in reaching their goals.

Bill Burnett is Executive Director of the Design Program at Stanford's He got his BS and MS in Product Design at Stanford and has worked professionally on a wide variety of projects ranging from award winning Apple PowerBooks to the original Star Wars action figures. He holds a number of mechanical and design patents, and design awards for a variety of products including the first 'slate' computer. Dave Evans is Co-Director of the Stanford Life Design Lab and holds BC and MS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford. When he accepted an invitation early in his career to work for Apple, he led the mouse design team and introduced laser printing to the masses. He then helped found the pioneering video games developer Electronic Arts.

I hope you enjoy this video and find it helpful! If you do, please feel free to share it with your friends and family!

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