The risk of catastrophizing in UX and how to face challenges in a more positive light

The principle of the Second Arrow is a beautiful, applicable lesson for the struggling designer.

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How often do we bombard ourselves with negativity? What should only be a minor setback turns into a great deal of suffering and ill feelings towards ourselves…

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Helping businesses & individuals apply their UX skills to how they’re experienced by other people. Mike Curtis, Sr. UX Designer and author of The You Design System, has 21 years of experience in design, UX, marketing, e-commerce & sales.

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Mike Curtis

Mike Curtis

Senior UX Designer @Indeed / I help people get jobs / Top writer on Medium / Helping you design the UX of you / 20+ years in design, marketing, & sales.

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