What's an engineer doing trying to start over with a start up?
Over the last year, I have become really excited about startups and how they find new ways of creating value and scale them up to change the world. During that time, I learned about operations and sales, started a blog, built no-code tools and posted projects online.
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Now, I'm super excited to take the next step and apply this new interest with the problem solving, project management and client skills I've used as an engineer to help build out the operations or sales of an awesome startup.
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Completed proposals, design, cost estimates, contract prep and administration on road and highway projects. Managed projects with remote design teams and worked directly with clients handling invoices, changes in budget while consistently receiving great client feedback survey results.
I was recommended SPIN Selling by Neil Rackham as a timeless book that presents a well researched framework for approaching sales.
I created an automated workflow that inputs all email bills into a Google Sheet. The worksheet is then manipulated and formatted for bill tracking and payment batching.
I created a database and a couple automated workflows for a friend’s bus rental company using no-code online apps.
Blog post with notes and an example SOP from my current job.
I blogged everyday in January to challenge myself and improve my creative thinking and writing skills.
How to make decisions efficiently.
Reflections on the process of personal development.
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