A Design Thinking project typically demands the application of a process with distinct stages and the execution of the challenge in interdisciplinary teams (Lewrick, Link, & Leifer, 2018, p. 38 and 144). The stages require various skills and mindsets that only can be mastered with experience and time (Brown, 2019, p. 3). This paper indicates that one of the main reasons for that is the fact that ... [Show full abstract] there is not one set of mindsets that should prevail through the whole process but that there are mindsets that need to change with the tasks to be done and that these changes are easier to manage for creative people. However, the interdisciplinary teams will always lead to team members that are new to Design Thinking (Liedtka, 2018, pp. 73-74). So this paper concludes with some suggestions for methods that can help to shift the mindsets of the untrained Design Thinkers.