<aside> ℹ️ During the process I always follow the common why>how>what path. At the very beginning it's ever so improtant to me to understand the problem and its background - all existing whys. In order to that I start with writing down a problem statement to set the direction that I will be following. Specifing goals based on the problem statement helps me solidify the direction.
How could we make sure that we're actively tracking our thoughts and moods to help promote and maintain good mental health?
How could practice of tracking our thoughts and moods be made more accessible for people in the workplace?
What are some ways in which people can document their thoughts without it feeling too repetitive?
What are some ways in which people can document their thoughts without it feeling too task-based?
What are some ways in which people can share things that they've learned with those around them?
How could this tool offer guidance or support, without feeling obtrusive?
Accessible in the workplace
Helping share learnings
Helping foster growth
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