Results May Vary is a podcast, and a community, to help you design your life. Through our work in the fields of design, innovation, and executive coaching, Tracy DeLuca, Chris Waugh, and Katia Verresen have learned that the creative problem-solving strategies we use to help organizations tackle tough challenges apply to people-problems too. The design process is universal – gaining empathy and taking action is useful for every industry, and individual, alike. Our hope is that by sharing stories from people who’ve designed their own lives in unique ways, that you can take what’s useful and apply it in your own. And together, we’ll all learn from each other along the way. So tune in, take note, try an experiment, and then try another. We are all born creators. And every day is a whole new chance to create. Now let’s learn, and play, together along the way!
RMV 28 Bonus Episode! You Can Design Life After Vaccination
How Can Life Design Help Us Make Sense Of The Vaccination Rollout?
RMV 27 Season 2 Finale: Ask Us Anything!
Today we are excited to wrap up our Results May Vary podcast relaunch with the sixth and final episode of Season 2! To celebrate, we’re switching up the format a bit by inviting our talented producer, Jenny Luna, to ask us the life design questions that came up for her while editing our material as a newbie to this work. Since we recorded all of the episodes before we launched again, we found it was a great hack for us to get feedback about what might resonate best for you no matter how familiar you are, or aren’t, with the design process.
RMV 26 Purin Phanichphant: You Can Design Tiny New Rituals To Spark Joy Throughout Your Day
Let’s listen in as Purin shares his perspective on the infinite potential of creativity, and how you can turn mindless routines into more mindful rituals, especially now when it’s harder to engage in the shared societal rituals we’ve always relied on.
RMV 25 Dr. Kyra Bobinet: You Can Design An Iterative Mindset
Dr. Kyra Bobinet shares her thoughts on the brain behavior gap, and why it’s so dang hard to do the things we know we should; and how adopting an iterative mindset can offer you a more successful and compassionate approach to habit change.
RMV 24 Sasha Sagan: You Can Design Rituals To Celebrate Our Unlikely Existence
Sasha Sagan shares her journey to uncover the natural phenomena behind our most treasured occasions, and how you can design your own rituals to feel more connected to self, community, and the vast universe we’re all an integral part of.
RMV 23 BJ Miller: You Can Design an Adventurous Life Inspired by Death
BJ Miller shares his story of recovery from a life altering accident at 19 through his perspective of creativity instead of loss, and digs into what death can teach us about living fully.
One of my favorite podcasts ever!
I've been a huge fan of this podcast since it first launched, and I'm thrilled that it's had a revival! The mindsets behind design thinking are game-changing and it's been absolutely delightful to see how this podcast explores their applications to our personal lives. The guests are always interesting, I especially appreciate Tracy and Chris's perspective as talented thinkers, and Katia is a fantastic edition to the team! The theme song also puts a smile on my face each time. :) I highly recommend adding this to your podcast roster asap!
I love this!
Easy to engage with and very inspiring.
This podcast has been an enjoyable addition to my playlists and one of the only titles I save episodes from. The diversity of guests interviewed prevents a sense of tunnel vision sometimes found in arts programming. I also enjoy the hosts’ chill but experienced presence in the conversation.