The only thing more stressful than making a plan is not making a plan. Especially when it comes to your career. On today’s ASCE Plot Points, Kelly Doyle Keselica explains how mapping out your own personal vision can provide a guideline for your life (1:06). In this week’s Civil Engineers Are Not Boring segment, ASCE Past-President Kristina Swallow details her unique, daring, and definitely not boring hobby (12:02). And finally, ASCE’s 2019 New Faces of Civil Engineering college honorees get one sentence to outline their own personal visions for their civil engineering careers (16:56). Listen to the episode below, and subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts.
ASCE Plot Points Season 1 Episode 14: Personal Vision
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