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Anthony Fasano, PE, F. ASCE & Jeff Perry, MBA
Hosts of The Engineering Career Coach Podcast

7 Steps to Engineering Powerful Personal and Professional Goals

TECC 41: The Engineering Career Coach Podcast – 7 Steps to Engineering Powerful Personal and Professional Goals – EYOS Part 1 of 7

January 6, 2015
Strategies for Shifting Your Engineering Career from Domestic to International

TECC 40: The Engineering Career Coach Podcast – Strategies for Shifting Your Engineering Career from Domestic to International

December 23, 2014
How Being an Entrepreneur can Help you in your Engineering Career with Sam Lytle, PE of CivilFX

TECC 39: The Engineering Career Coach Podcast – How Being an Entrepreneur can Help you in your Engineering Career with Sam Lytle, PE of CivilFX

December 16, 2014
18 Characteristics that made John Roebling one of the Greatest Engineers of All Time – Part 2 of 2

TECC 38: The Engineering Career Coach Podcast – 18 Characteristics that made John Roebling one of the Greatest Engineers of All Time – Part 2 of 2

December 9, 2014
18 Characteristics that made John Roebling one of the Greatest Engineers of All Time – Part 1 of 2

TECC 37: The Engineering Career Coach Podcast – 18 Characteristics that made John Roebling one of the Greatest Engineers of All Time – Part 1 of 2

December 2, 2014
Three Pillars That Will Help You Live the Engineering Career and Life You Love

TECC 36: The Engineering Career Coach Podcast – Three Pillars That Will Help You Live the Engineering Career and Life You Love

November 25, 2014
4 Steps for Taking Your Idea and Making It a Reality in Your Engineering Career

TECC 035: The Engineering Career Coach Podcast – 4 Steps for Taking Your Idea and Making It a Reality in Your Engineering Career

November 18, 2014
How a 5.5 Year Prison Sentence Inspired Author Matt Tenney to Become a Servant Leader

TECC 34: The Engineering Career Coach Podcast – How a 5.5 Year Prison Sentence Inspired Author Matt Tenney to Become a Servant Leader

November 11, 2014
How To Turn Your Biggest Challenge in Your Engineering Career into Your Biggest Opportunity

TECC 33: The Engineering Career Coach Podcast – How To Turn Your Biggest Challenge in Your Engineering Career into Your Biggest Opportunity

November 4, 2014
A Challenge to Work Four Hours a Day in Your Engineering Career

TECC 32: The Engineering Career Coach Podcast – A Challenge to Work Four Hours a Day in Your Engineering Career

October 28, 2014
Seven Keys to Developing Work-Life Balance in Your Engineering Career

TECC 31: The Engineering Career Coach Podcast – Seven Keys to Developing Work-Life Balance in Your Engineering Career

October 21, 2014
How to Build Willpower and Create Positive Habits that Move You Closer to Your Engineering Goals with Leo Gura

TECC 30: The Engineering Career Coach Podcast – How to Build Willpower and Create Positive Habits that Move You Closer to Your Engineering Goals with Leo Gura

October 7, 2014

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We invite engineers of all disciplines and experience levels to come on the show for live career coaching and advice, and yes we keep it anonymous if you wish.  To apply to be on the show, fill out the form below.

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Submit a Question

We want to answer all of your engineering career and also personal development questions on The Engineering Career Coach Podcast. Here are some simple guidelines for submitting questions.

  1. Please keep your question under one minute in length. If it goes a little over, that’s fine, but please keep it concise and to the point.
  2. Please leave your first name, experience level, type of engineer, and location at the beginning of the question. For example: “Hi, my name is Mary, I am civil engineering recent graduate located in Florida. My question is…”
  3. Spammy, disrespectful, or deeply private questions will not be considered for the podcast.

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