3 wise Nugs + Interview info for leadership 10

 

Wise Nugs:

  1. Effort can get you almost anywhere that you would like to go, and accomplish nearly anything you want to do.
  2. As important as it is to have engineers in the world, Climate change is a very real thing that needs to be addressed, so whatever your profession or talents, put it towards solving the crisis at hand
  3. Don’t do something that other people would just do for fun, do what you enjoy and use that to make a living.

Questions:

  1. What exactly is your position title and what do you do in that job?
  • C-change labs greenhouse
  • Ceo
  • Start-up company
  • Used to be an electrical engineer
  • Worked up the ranks overtime
  1. Are you contempt with your job? Why or why not?
  • No, due to the fact that it is still a start-up
  • Wants to improve upon it and make it a larger business
  • Once it is large enough, he will be contempt
  1. If you could change one task or quality of your career, what would it be, and why?
  • Better idea of who is going to be fit for the tasks that need to be done
  • For electrical engineering,
  1. What does a day look like in your job?
  • Get ready
  • Leave for work
  • Interview
  • Manage
  • Check finances
  • Eat
  • Sleep
  1. What school did you go to to get a degree in engineering?
  • Simon Fraser university
  • 4years
  1. What is the most difficult part of your occupation?
  • Hiring the correct people
    • A lot of examination
  • Managing finances
  1. Who inspired you to follow this career path, and why?
  • Many people
    • Friends
    • Steve jobs
    • Made something before it was needed
  1. How long have you been working as an engineer?
  • 20 years
  • Switched to start-up company in August
  1. What do you like most about your profession?
  • Ceo of C-Change labs
    • The ability to make a change in this world
      • Be the person who sees a problem and doesn’t wait for it to solve itself
  • Engineering
    • Do what I love
  1. Do you have any tips for somebody aspiring to attain a position like your own?
  • Engineers are born
  • Work hard
  • Pay attention in class
  • An engineering course prepares you for the job, but you learn the most while you work

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