|•Get the basics from an undergraduate degree. Your degree is more about problem solving
and analysis skills than Reynolds numbers and Material Balances.
|•Build computer skills.
The ability to understand a discipline aside from computers puts you
well ahead of a pure computer scientist.
Chemical Engineers are well regarded throughout industry.
|•Learn how to sell and market yourself. I found the Dale Carnegie class invaluable.
|•Not all bosses are created equal. Some are good and some aren’t. There’s a reason why Dilbert is so
popular. You can learn from all of them.
|•Social activities build a strong network
|•Being a Daddy is the best job I have. Make time for family.
|•Endless Referrals by Bob Burg gives many major tips for
networking not only a business, but yourself.
Think about what makes you special in 10 words or less. An elevator