Diana Donaldson: Session 07
Have a clear description for my question. What am I trying to do?
Then break it down.
What am I changing?
Who am I changing?
Why am I changing?
Speak to more than one psychologist.
Use my language carefully.
What am I doing here? With the expertise I have?
Bring in Human Centred Design Element?
Two questions I'd ask the stakeholders.
Do you want to talk to your parents?
If you could tell/ask your parents one thing, what would it be?
What is it that you want to do to better your relationship with your parents, and how can I help as someone from that village?
How do you communicate your expectations from your children?
What would it take for you to have an open conversation with Gen Z?
Do you have any advice to on how I could break through a strong cultural barrier?
In a society where older gens are driven by strong archaic cultural and traditional values, how can I open a two way communication between Gen Z and their immediate adult circle?
How have you, as a kid, got your voice heard within your older generations?
Don't forget how much my research will change while I'm doing my research.
Occam's Razor: while I get lost in my research, go down further into the rabbit hole, try to go beyond the predictable, experiment, and trying to do something that hasn't been done before.... sometimes, the simplest solution is what's staring at me right in the face.