“Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning.” ~ Winston Churchill
Rizél Delano is a strategic design thinker …
…Who can quickly sort through the clutter and find the best route for any project, product offering, campaign or endeavour.
A critical thinker with well-developed skills of: close observation, analysis, interpretation, reflection, evaluation, inference, explanation, problem solving, and decision making.
Analyse all information objectively and make a reasoned judgment on findings in so to develop solutions.
The main functions and golden threads that run through everything I do – is being a meticulous concept and design thinker who develops actionable strategies to get these concepts into production – delivered through the most relevant and most suited channels and tools, distributed and communicated on various platforms.
I use a nine step process in everything I create: Observe, Ideate, Choose, Research, Define, Develop Prototypes, Implement, Distribute.
But techniques and tools differ for each article, book, project, and campaign.
In doing this successfully and often – RD developed imperative skills in all areas and branches of concept design, strategic thinking, development, publishing and production in various sectors of the economy.
Being strategic is not a skill that can be taught. It’s a distinct way of thinking, a special perspective on the world at large which is what makes RD such a great and proficient consultant to work with.
She sees patterns and designs where others simply see complexity. Mindful of these patterns, she plays out alternative scenarios, always asking, “What if this happens? Okay, well what if this happens?”
This recurring question helps her see around the next corner and the next, taking an integral approach to every task.
She evaluates accurately the potential obstacles, guided by seeing where each path leads to, removing obstacles or potential issues before they appear, and making the right selections toward realising the vision.
Her intuitions are created by a brain that instinctively anticipates and projects, and she naturally sees a way when others are convinced there is no way, that’s why Rizel is so successful in everything she does.
Rizel’s innovative yet immediate procedural approach will be critical to the genesis of a new venture because it will keep its creators from developing deadly tunnel vision, or become bogged down by discussion or blocked by barriers, and ending the stalemate by creating a plan to get things moving again and spur others into action.
In her opinion – every business or individual she ever worked with no matter how sophisticated, successful or fully functional, had something they needed to change or add to their strategy – simply because innovation, information, markets and technology change so fast.