How Weekly Reviews can Make you a Better Engineer and What is Coming in 2021
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 episode, I share some exciting news for some new things happening in 2021. The podcast is getting a lot better with each episode and it is thanks to all the great feedback from you. Starting in January, the podcast will be published WEEKLY which is very exciting.
I mentioned the Newsletter and the new resources I have been working on to give you. Make sure you subscribe to the newsletter to get the most up-to-date and exclusive information about the podcast and everything I am doing. In the newsletter I will also be sharing new resources exclusive for those who subscribe so you would not want to miss it.
2020 really took us for a spin, but having this fun side project has been a blessing. I have talked to so many people that I would not have otherwise, I have been invited to speak at numerous events, and made new friendships that will last years to come.
Thank you so much for making the first year of the podcast a success, and I cannot wait to see what 2021 has in store.
Let’s continue Engineering our Future.
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Intro: Midwest Folks
Outro: Southern Skies
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Engineering our Future Podcast:
In this podcast, the host Luis Duque, will talk about his own experiences and those around him to help young professionals, students, and international students succeed in their career. Luis is a practicing Bridge Engineer in Colorado. His career is just beginning, but he has been able to help communities in need as well as being involved with professional organizations to advance the Structural Engineering profession.
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Originally published at http://www.luisfelipeduque.com on December 2, 2020.