Company of One with Dale Callahan
Career fears are those silly things that keep us from making wise career decisions we want to make. - So many of us look in the mirror and know that we are CONTROLLED BY OUR FEAR. - The Big Career Fears (Podcast Outline)
How do you recognize and overcome fear? Fear plays a dominate part of most lives. But success often is found on the other side of fear. How to Recognize and Overcome Fear (Podcast Outline) What fear really looks like Excuses
It's OK If You Don't Want to Be an Entrepreneur. Really! - You see the message everywhere that you should quit your day job, take the risk, and make money. - You might be hearing statements like: You are busy making someone else rich.
You should want to grow your career. Right? It just makes sense? - But wanting to grow your career is not enough - you have to work at it. - Once we start our engineering career (or any career for that matter), we get busy. Work and life take over,
Do you grow as an engineer or technology professional? You know the saying - "If you are not growing, you are dying" - It is true for your career - a lot more than you think. - You see, many of us engineers think "We've got this.
Do you really need a college degree to become an engineer? This subject is an often debated topic - especially in the hallowed halls of higher education. - Many of my peers hotly disagree with me on this subject.
“Where do you see yourself in five years?” is one of the most frequently asked questions in an interview. Yet, I often wonder if your answer matters much. After all, many interviewers are just following a script. -
Develop confidence. That is the challenge. - The desire to develop more confidence and composure under pressure is a common theme we see in our professional graduate students. Even those who seem like they are highly confident will confess one-on-one...
Where you go to school matters - right? - With all the attention to college acceptance bribery cases involving actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, we might think that it really matters where you go to school. After all,
Engineering Management (EM) vs MBA? That is a question I have talked about a lot in the last few years. - I have both a masters in engineering and an MBA. And since joining the university, I have been running an engineering management program (Inform...