The engineer’s productivity formula

The engineer’s productivity formula

http://media.blubrry.com/engineeringandleadership/p/traffic.libsyn.com/patsweet/EL005_-_Raw-_Normalized.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS In this podcast/ blog post, you’ll hear all about the formula that I’ve developed over...
EL 003 – Why you need to love your job

EL 003 – Why you need to love your job

In the show today, I go through the five top reasons you need to love your job.

The five reasons are:

1. At least a half of your waking hours spent at work, so it would be good to actually enjoy that time.
2. It will be very difficult for you to invest in your career if you don’t love your work.
3. You’ll never be truly great at what you do if you don’t love your work.
4. People who aren’t into their work don’t get promotions
5. Most importantly, you won’t feel fulfilled.

EL 002 – Is it better to become CEO or a technical Guru?

EL 002 – Is it better to become CEO or a technical Guru?

Welcome to the second episode of the Engineering and Leadership podcast! This episode covers whether it is better to become a manager or a technical specialist as you move forward in your career as an engineer. I cover the pros and cons of each path and help you decide which might be best for you.

EL 001 – Introduction and Productivity Hacks

EL 001 – Introduction and Productivity Hacks

Well, I’ve gone and done it and started a podcast. This is the very first episode of the Engineering and Leadership Podcast. In this episode, I introduce the show, and share 5 productivity hacks that I use to squeeze more out of my week than the average engineer.

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