If you are reading this you are most likely taking the PE exam in the near future. I just want to begin this post by saying that no matter the outcome of the exam, you are still a great engineer. I had been stressing over this exam for years (and…


Every year, we decide this is the year we are going to start ______ (enter major habit change) and for many of us that lasts maybe a month or less. Why is that? …


We made it to the end of the year. It is incredible that I have produced TWENTY episodes of this podcast and going strong. Your support through each of the 20 episodes has been incredible and I really appreciate all the great feedback I have been getting.

In this…


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A while ago I promised I will share what my Notion set up looks like. I promise I did not forget. This summer was full of new adventures, challenges, and personal changes — making my Notion set up change constantly. In this post, I will be sharing one main use…


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I want to share with you how I think about goals and what that process looks like.

The past week has been full of new events. It was my birthday just over a week ago and also we welcomed our second baby, on top of all that is going on…


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Not long ago I found Notion — and the way I look I organize my to-dos, goals, notes, and organization in general changed forever.

Notion is a powerful productivity tool that can do pretty much everything you can imagine. …


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Let me start by saying that I am not an expert at working from home. I like going to the office and having a dedicated space where I can be productive and get things done. …


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Being a natural introverted, I have worked hard to develop my soft skills, including public speaking and proper communication. I have come to realize how important these skills are and how valuable they are for my career. …


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I have worked in different countries despite my young age. As a student, I had the privilege of leading a team for a project in Carmen Pampa, Bolivia as part of the Engineers Without Borders — South Dakota State University (EWB-SDSU) chapter. Upon graduation, I joined the EWB-Rocky Mountain Professionals…

Luis Duque

I am full-time bridge engineer looking to make the world a better place. I volunteer with Engineers Without Borders with projects in South and Central America.

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