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Designing A Year

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You design every day on projects for other people. Applying rigor and creativity, form and strategy. But what if you focused these abilities to achieve goals of your own? What if you took on 2013 as your own design experiment?

Making a year is the ultimate design project, and now is the time to start. Holidays are a time to reflect. The New Year is a new beginning. A fresh start creates a space for action. Intentional action. It's what we do for clients isn't it? Step 1: Define and discover. Step 2: Design.

What do you want to accomplish next year as a designer? In this talk I'll share some ideas and strategies you can use to tackle the project of designing 12 months. What will spark monthly action? What are the necessary catalysts — ideas, people, information — to reach your outcomes?

Along the way I'll share how swimming, biking, and running 140.6 miles at one time is a catalyst for planning. How peace of mind is a catalyst for new ideas. And ultimately, how you can be a catalyst for understanding, for collaboration, and for social good.

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Designing A Year

  1. 1. DesigningA Yearmatthew muñoz@matthewmunoz
  2. 2. I work atNew Kind
  3. 3. Tom Rabon Elizabeth HippsChairman & Partner Director of OperationsDavid Burney Nation HahnCEO & Partner Director of EngagementChris Grams Amber Howard, Ph.DPresident & Partner Director of Research and EducationMatthew Muñoz Elizabeth AtkinsChief Design Officer Relationship Manager& PartnerJonathan Opp Dave MasonDirector of Poetics Director of Community Dynamics
  4. 4. State ofAffairs
  5. 5. Do we continue toMAKE BY DEFAULT?
  6. 6. Do we continue toMAKE BY DEFAULTORDo weFORM WITH INTENT?
  7. 7. FORM WITH INTENT (EVERYTHING)
  8. 8. 140.6
  9. 9. 30°s / WINDY / WATER 60°sSOURCE http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d25/Tramps2/B2Bstart.jpg
  10. 10. SOURCE: HTTP://I32.PHOTOBUCKET.COM/ALBUMS/D25/TRAMPS2/B2BSTART.JPGSOURCE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6AiCIZ9wM1o
  11. 11. SOURCE http://cirrusaircraftphoto.blogspot.com/2013/01/trolley-beach-beach-battleship-dark.html
  12. 12. STEADY 15-20 MPH HEADWINDSGUSTS UP TO 30 MPH
  13. 13. THIS WAS THEYEAR OF PURSUIT 2011
  14. 14. Year ofAction 2009
  15. 15. Designing Conditions for Democracy Matthew Muñoz Department of Graphic Design College of Design North Carolina State University 5 may 2008 Submitted in partial fulfillment for the degree of Master of Graphic Design 2006–2008
  16. 16. I’M READY TO ACT
  17. 17. NEW KIND 0.0
  18. 18. NEW KIND 1.0
  19. 19. NEW KIND 2.0
  20. 20. NEW KIND 3.0 New Kind
  21. 21. BELIEFI’m ready to act.NAMEYEAR OF ACTIONIMPACTMy friends and I startedNew Kind. 2009
  22. 22. Year ofFitness 2010
  23. 23. BEING A DESIGNER MAKESME A BETTER HUMAN
  24. 24. BEING A DESIGNER MAKESME A BETTER HUMANCOULDBeing a better humanmake me a better designer?
  25. 25. FITNESS IN ALL THINGS
  26. 26. AL N UT IC RI YS TI PH ON TI AL M CI E AN M GM N FI TFITNESS IN ALL THINGS
  27. 27. Moose CoachPHYSICAL FITNESS
  28. 28. Daily (mon–fri) nutrition planSTAGE TIME ROUTINE FOOD CALORIE RATIO CARBOHYDRATE PROTEIN F CALORIES CALORIES CI Prefuel 430 – Snack Dates/dried egg white/coconut oil 4c:1p:2f 144 28 6 5 am 36g 7g 7II Exercise 5– Sports drink Thrive/Maffetone recipes 4:1 240 60 0 7 am 60g 15g 0III Immediate 7– Recovery drink Thrive recipes 5:1 450 90 0 recovery 730 am 113g 23g 0 Paleo for endurance athletes / Thrive /IV Short-term 730 – Breakfast Maffetone recipes (or food based on 5:1:1 225 45 4 these principles) recovery 9 am 56g 11g 4 Paleo for endurance athletes / Thrive /V Long-term 1015 – 1045 am Snack Maffetone recipes (or food based on these principles) recovery 1145 – 1245 pm Lunch Same 3 – 4 pm Snack Same 6 – 7 pm Dinner Same 830 – 9 pm Snack Same 291 317 7 73g 79g 7 9 feedings 1,350 540 8 NUTRITIONAL FITNESS 338g 135g 9Misc info Carbohydrates: 1 gram = 4 calories Protein: 1 gram = 4 calories
  29. 29. TIME MGMT FITNESS
  30. 30. Retirement savings Long-term savings Short-term savings Committed expenses$ AUTOMATICALLY Fun money Debt TaxesFINANCIAL FITNESS
  31. 31. DID STREAMLINING AREASOF MY LIFE MAKE ME ABETTER HUMAN?
  32. 32. YES.
  33. 33. BELIEFI can be more efficient.NAMEYEAR OF FITNESSIMPACTControl and efficiency bringspeace of mind. 2010
  34. 34. Year ofPursuit 2011
  35. 35. WITH A BEAUTIFUL MACHINE...
  36. 36. BELIEFI’m ready to be ambitious.NAMEYEAR OF PURSUITIMPACTDo I want to organize my lifearound chasing things? 2011
  37. 37. Year ofEmergence 2012–2013
  38. 38. IDEAS ARE EASY.
  39. 39. IDEAS ARE EASY.GROWING THEM TO MATURITYIS THE HARD PART.
  40. 40. al M ic en ys TI M ta E Ph M IN TI L + l GM AN F ON RI CA T CIA + L UT I N HYS FO CU P S + SE IN + EM -KN LF N CE G PA OW EA N TH L M LA BA Y ED + G Em al E tu ot i ir io Sp na lGROWING CONDITIONSADAPTED FROM Jim Loehr & Tony Schwartz, The Power of Full Engagement
  41. 41. PRINCIPLE #1SOURCE Tony Brock, Personal email
  42. 42. PRINCIPLE #2A FLEXED MUSCLE HASNO STRENGTHSOURCE http://lindajoycecontemplates.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/mp900385807-brain.jpg
  43. 43. PRINCIPLE #3GIVE YOUR SUBCONCIOUSTIME TO WORKSOURCE http://www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/emotions/images/1b111.jpg
  44. 44. PRINCIPLE #4WORK IN 2-HOUR TOURS
  45. 45. BELIEFI can grow opportunities.NAMEYEAR OF EMERGENCEIMPACTI have more space forpossibility. 2012–2013
  46. 46. Year of__________ 2013
  47. 47. TAKE THE FIRST STEP
  48. 48. BELIEFWhat’s your belief?NAMEYEAR OF __________ ?IMPACTWhat impact do you want?ACTIONWhat steps will you take? 2013
  49. 49. BELIEF1 What areas are limiting you? Or, what opportunities do you see ahead?2 What would help you get there?3 Create a sentence capturing your belief.
  50. 50. BELIEFI believe that...NAMEYEAR OF __________ ? 2013
  51. 51. NAME4 What word or pithy phrase will summarize what you’re trying to do?
  52. 52. BELIEFI believe that...NAMEYEAR OF __________IMPACTWhat impact do you want? 2013
  53. 53. IMPACT5 Imagine yourself 12 months from now. You’re talking to a close friend. What did you achieve?
  54. 54. BELIEFI believe that...NAMEYEAR OF __________IMPACTI will make _______ impact.ACTIONWhat steps will you take? 2013
  55. 55. ACTION6 What actions will support your belief ?
  56. 56. TRAIN YOUR LIMITERS
  57. 57. ACTION6 What actions will support your belief ? Action #1: Action #2: Action #3:
  58. 58. SOURCE Teresa Amabile, The Progress PrincipleREMEMBER THEPROGRESS PRINCIPLE
  59. 59. ACTION7 Name the next 3 months. 2013, YEAR OF________ Jan Feb Mar MONTH MONTH MONTH OF OF OF ______ ______ ______
  60. 60. SOURCE Amber Howard, Feed Forward ResearchUSE PRIMERS
  61. 61. EVERY DAY HAS A PURPOSE
  62. 62. BELIEFI believe that...NAMEYEAR OF __________IMPACTI will make _______ impact.ACTIONI will take _______ steps. 2013
  63. 63. Year of__________ 2013
  64. 64. FORM WITH INTENT

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