Good Life Engine teacher Lidia participated in an Inner Development Goals Summit and understood better than before that people are too disconnected now. To feel good, to do well, to make a change, we need to reconnect. We need to accept that we're social creatures and that we need others to stay healthy.
Art Thinking is a process of applying artistic thinking to view a broader range of challenges. During Aurora Paris, the Aalto Ventures Program study trip to Paris, our students had the unique opportunity to attend Improbable: An Art Thinking workshop at ESCP. There, they were introduced to the 6 Ds of Art Thinking and learned how to apply them in entrepreneurship.
There is a plethora of books, podcasts, videos, courses, and apps about self-help, but people are still looking for more and more. Why? That’s a very good question and one that Lidia Rauramo, teacher of Good Life Engine, will try to answer in this post.
You have the right to experience a full range of emotions. What you then do with these emotions is your choice. No one has the right to forbid you to be happy or sad. By differentiating yourself from your emotions and letting them go, you can function better without letting them pile up inside.
AVP recently moved into a new office in a building we're sharing with Aalto Design Factory, Startup Sauna and a bunch of research groups from the School of Engineering. We’ve only been there for a short while, but collaboration between the different entities has already increased, and we can only imagine the future potential.
Tiina Zilliacus and Lidia Rauramo asked students at the beginning of their Good Life Engine course session what they would like to learn about entrepreneurship. The discussion in class can be boiled down to the following 11 lessons about entrepreneurship and life.