Design your ideal life in 6 weeks
What you'll learn
- Learn a new self-development and self-improvement tool based on design thinking.
- How to get clarity on any life challenge.
- Create an action plan to make your ideal life a reality.
- Establish strategies for bringing about positive change in your life.
- There are no prerequisites other than to have an open mind.
In six weeks, you will learn a lifetime skill. You can apply this 4-step framework of Discover, Define, Design, and Deliver to anything that life throws your way. Use it to pivot to a new job or career, discover an alternative to a hard decision, or simply build the confidence you need to keep moving forward.
Note: While you'll get access to the full course when you purchase, we recommend spending a week in each section. This will allow the learnings to sink in and cultivate the self-awareness and clarity that is at the heart of Life Experience Design.
Here's what you'll learn each week:
Week 1: Assess your current life
Identify exactly what your problem areas are and how to hone into what’s keeping you from your ideal life
Week 2: Discover your ideal life
Get clarity on your ideal life vision, including what’s already working for you that you might not realize
Week 3: Define your values and vision
Articulate exactly who you are and what you value in order to cut through indecisiveness and elevate your confidence in attracting your ideal life
Week 4: Design creative solutions for your ideal life
Strategize the most fulfilling ways for you to take steps towards your ideal life while honoring the responsibilities and obligations you have now
Week 5: Deliver an actionable game plan + your first step
Narrow down on an actionable plan and take your first step towards your ideal life by the end of this course.
Week 6: Reflect and wrap-up
Set yourself up for continued success by building in accountability, exit strategies, and opportunities to refine and pivot your plan. Because you will continuously be evolving as you attract more of what you want in life.
Is LED right for you? It's for you if you want to:
Get clarity around what you want in life and why
Gain the confidence to take the leap
Create a clear path to achieve your goals
Feel good about your job and life, always
If any of these is a resounding yes, then this program is for you!
What participants from past Life Experience Design programs are saying:
“I love how you both share your personal and professional examples related to the process. It makes the problems relatable and the process attainable. I have been learning so much from your framework!” — Ayesha S.
“The framework I learned from the life experience design workshop helped me hash out some measurable and objective short-term goals rather than always focusing on the long-term ones and feeling like I wasn't accomplishing anything. Breaking things down into actionable items was one of the best takeaways I took from this exercise.” — Taylor Z.
"Having a laid out framework was very helpful and made sense to follow along with you. Using it as a talking point and for discussion, activities were very effective.” — Jaimie C., Design Your Life Experience: VIP Program client
What you’ll get:
Several hours of lectures to bring you clarity, insights, and inspiration to help you align your current life to your ideal life ($899 value)
18 digital worksheets ($99 value)
Lifetime access to digital content ($899 value)
Private alumni community with direct access to Lia and Hannah ($499 value)
Meet the founders & your facilitators, Lia and Hannah!
Lia Fetterhoff has over 12 years of crafting award-winning mobile and web experiences at SkySlope, Loanpal, Google, Nest, TIBCO, Attik, and consulting for startups.
Hannah Chen has been designing innovative solutions for a wide range of products: Lyft's front light-up emblem, Google Assistant, Google Payment, Oracle HR software, and more. Design methodology typically applies to products and services, but Hannah believes ‘design thinking’ can also be used in daily life.
How they met: Lia and Hannah sat next to each other at Google and realized they both had a passion for using design thinking to live more intentionally, which led to collaborating on Life Experience Design.
Who this course is for:
- Creative women in the 9-5 grind who have a lot of different interests and passions, and are ready to start living their ideal lves.
Hannah Chen is a product designer and coach who has been designing innovative solutions for a wide range of products on the web, mobile, and beyond the screen experience of audio and lights.
Design methodology typically applies to products and services, but Hannah believes "design thinking" can also be used in daily life.
There was a period when Hannah was commuting 3-4 hours a day to work and struggled a lot to wake up in the morning. So she leveraged the design process and dived deep into discover the root cause of the issue.
She surveyed about 30 friends with a few simple questions: "What time do you usually go to bed, and what time do you typically get up in the morning? And how do you feel about it? "She discovered two key findings from the survey: 1) most people need about eight hours of sleep every day; 2) Waking up without an alarm can improve one's mood throughout the day.
Hannah then did some exercises on allocating her time for work and life, considering her constraints. And eventually, she found a solution that works for her: allowing herself to do whatever she enjoys doing in the morning. And that first thing she does in the morning can be watching TV or playing video games, which may sound ridiculous, but it motivates Hannah and helps her achieved the long-term goal of waking up without an alarm clock to improve her mood and increase productivity.
Besides using the design process for small life problems, such as sleeping habits, Hannah also leveraged "design thinking" when planning for bigger life events.
She wants to travel around the world and learn about different cultures, so she set a goal to visit "33 countries before 33 years old". Sharing her clear life goal, which is measurable and has a timeline, Hannah got a lot of support from her family and friends. That's how she makes her world-traveling dream a reality!
And now, Hannah wants to share the design framework and her personal experience, to help you make your dreams come true too!
Lia Fetterhoff is a design leader with over 13 years of experience crafting award-winning mobile and web apps at well-known tech companies like Google, Nest, and GE, and has worked and consulted at a variety of startups and companies in Silicon Valley. She is the founder of Life Experience Design, teaching workshops and courses for people to apply design thinking to life challenges, and creator of Swishie, a community for women of color to thrive doing the work they love. She also founded Roseville UX, a local user experience design community. Lia’s passion is designing with intention in both work and life. She lives with her husband and two kids in Roseville, CA.