Design is messy and chaotic. Self-doubt, fear, a lack of confidence, and the inner-critic can keep us from realizing our true potential. I’m on a journey to help us overcome the inner obstacles and challenges we face in our work and life by developing a mindset that will enable us to do our best work, gain the creative freedom we desire, and reach our true potential.
Lately, there has been a familiar voice that has appeared back in my head. As I work to get the Low Fidelity podcast up and running, the voice constantly reminds me that the podcast should be perfect right from the start, or it's not worth putting out there. The cover,
1. The Mindset Needed to Overcome Challenges and to Connect with a Higher Purpose with Louis Salguero
Show NotesYou can reach out to Louis at https://louissalguero.wixsite.com/uxls au.linkedin.com/in/louissalguero Links mentioned in the episode and resources shared by Louis Salguero Architecture Daniel Libeskind: https://www.famous-architects.org/daniel-libeskind/Sir Norman Foster: https://www.fosterandpartners.com/studio/people-repository/norman-foster/ Bjorn Ingels: https:
Transcript Hi, friends. Welcome to the Low Fidelity podcast. I’m your host Rizwan Javaid Look, design is chaotic, it is messy. Self-doubt, fear, a lack of confidence, and our inner-critic can hold us back from realizing our true potential, which is why I’m on a journey to help