MUSE Newsletter: Lost in Thought with Lisa Day

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lost in thought
with Lisa Day

Design Leader, Kellogg's Masterbrands and Innovation

I'm inspired by the people in my life.
To me, brilliant is someone who can successfully navigate the human experience while staying present in the moment.
My favorite app is My Chess app.
When I'm having a creative block I write while listening to music.
My favorite brand is Johnnie Walker.
My favorite color is all of them.
My dream project is in this order: Plan and/or orchestrate The Noble Peace Prize Ceremony, Design US Currency, Design Stamps.
The best advice I ever received was be modest about the fortune and opportunities that you have.
The very next thing on my to-do list is make dinner for a friend.
My dream collaborator is my father (who is no longer with us).
At least once, everyone should be completely honest with someone even when it's hard to do.
The best way to unwind after a long day is a good meal with someone you could have a wonderful conversation with.
If I had a one-year sabbatical, I would travel the world and visit people that I love; sprinkled in with great meals and a few good Chess + Backgammon games.
The most overused word in meetings today is not possible.
At the moment, I'm obsessed with travel, good meals, great conversations and Chess.
I'd define my personal style as streamlined.
My tools of the trade are communication, empathy, curiosity, focus, problem solving, passion, love of people.
The biggest thing that has changed since I started in the industry is technology.
I'm happiest when I'm around good people that push me to be the best I can be -and vice versa.
I lead by example and communication (at the right times).
I wish I could sit and talk with my father.
I'm proud that I have such wonderful people in my life and that I put my all into what I do -no matter what it is.
You can usually find me somewhere in the world that most people haven't heard of or have thought about in a long time.
The last stamp on my passport was Japan.
The next stamp on my passport is Peru.
When I look back on my career I feel blessed.
I still hope to live everyday as if it's my last.
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