In this episode of The Engineering Career Coach Podcast, I am going to give you ten of the scariest things you should do in your engineering career and explain why you should do them. Most successful engineers agree that taking risks and doing things that were uncomfortable in their careers were the things that have helped them most in their careers. I will list 10 possible risks and challenge you to take on one of them, or even one of your own, immediately in your career.
This is a guest post by Johanna Cider
Note from Founder: Hello this is Anthony Fasano, P.E., founder of the Engineering Management Institute (EMI). At EMI we are focused on helping engineers become more effective managers and leaders. In this post, guest author Johanna Cider talks about the importance an entrepreneurial mindset can have when growing a business. Well, I believe that this mindset can also help you in growing a successful engineering career and becoming a partner/owner in your engineering company. Enjoy the article, and please consider implementing some of the recommended strategies, whether you’re a student or an owner…
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If you’re starting out in the business world, you might feel a little overwhelmed with all of the information out there. You’ve probably been doing plenty of research, and you might’ve come across the idea of an entrepreneurial mindset, which is, above all, a mindset that will help you to succeed in the world of business. The essentials of an entrepreneurial mindset are, among other characteristics, the lack of fear when it comes to innovation and taking risks, and the ability to take failures into stride. If you consider yourself an entrepreneur, it’s important to know why entrepreneurial mindset is important for business.