Coming to terms with the worst day of my professional career and what I learned from it

My Story Begins

This is the hotel room I stayed at while in San Francisco. Way cool.

This is what I learned

1. Important tasks are done ahead of time

2. Be confident, but not over-confident

3. Know the compelling story behind your design

4. Technology might fail, have a plan b

5. Take calculated risks

6. Don’t let bad experiences tarnish you

7. Learn to let go, but keep what needs to be kept

Final Thoughts

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Designer, husband, dad. I am into delightful UX. Sr. Manager, Product Design at Royal Caribbean.

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Alberto Orsini

Alberto Orsini

Designer, husband, dad. I am into delightful UX. Sr. Manager, Product Design at Royal Caribbean.

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