Engineer to Engineer talk

E-to-E: Engineer to engineer talk series is a multi-blog series to help you  get some perspectives of engineering students from different fields. Every Wednesday between 6/24/15 and 8/24/2015 I’ll post a new weekly interview with an engineering student or professional. I first met Wester at Masdar Institute during the first week young future energy leaders […]

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Consistency and Junk

It has been quite a while since I posted anything, but I have been juggling some serious engineering courses and part time jobs. The thrill of overcoming something that is considered to be hard has it’s own perks . Good news is I didn’t rusted in the recent summer vacation unlike the previous one . […]

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Right work or hard work ?

Putting in a lot of time might make you tired, but simply working a lot (even if it’s 10,000 hours over the course of your career) isn’t enough to make you a top performer. It’s not the same thing as practicing deliberately. Most people who think they are working hard are merely developing the skill […]

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Penmanship – Origins …….

Today, writing well is more important than ever. Unlike in the past when only few ELITES could write, writing is a daily occupation for all of us — in email, on blogs, and through social media. It is also a primary means for communicating and refining of our ideas. As essayist, programmer, and investor Paul […]

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Virtue of silence –SUCCESS

Are you more likely to achieve a goal if you tell colleagues about your  intention than if  you keep the intention private? It is commonly assumed that whenever people make their intentions public, the behavioral impact of these intentions is enhanced. We all have a huge personal goal that we want to accomplish–a big, challenging, […]

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