We hosted this workshop as a collaboration with Dysco & Great to Awesome, as me and Benjamin Lane facilitated a 4 hour session to help participants design their vocation with an experimental mindset.

Do you have an idea that you want to explore, but you’re not sure where to start? Are you looking for a career change and want to try something new? How do you convert your passion into a vocation, through concrete steps? This interactive workshop is focused on helping you adopt an experimental mindset and turn your ideas into action.

Life is often unpredictable, and we don’t always have exact information available to plan our futures. Adopting an experimental mindset allows you to explore ideas and questions, by trialling rapidly without overinvesting in a single path. The aim of our workshop is simple: to teach you new things about yourself, and use this to plan your future direction.

Join us as we re-define the notion of success and failure, and give you the tools to build-measure-learn and iterate for a life of fulfilment. Change starts with small and imperfect steps! Our only requirement for participants: Come with a specific idea you want to explore, and be open to a new approach!

Our Approach is:

  • Based on design thinking and lean startup methodology
  • Centered around intentional action and experiential learning
  • Designed to deliver practical tools that translate into real-life results

What will you have at the end of programme?

  • An actionable plan for your 1 month experiment
  • A build-measure-learn toolkit that can be applied to any area of your life
  • A new way of looking at change – an antidote to change paralysis and perfectionism
  • A new practice that supports your growth and helps you overcome life’s obstacles

Who should attend?

  • Anyone who is interested, but particularly early – mid professionals, the “lost millennials”
  • Anyone who wants to change but doesn’t know where to start
  • Those looking to explore something different (either a full-time project or something on the side)
  • People invested in their own growth

A preview of our presentation: