Chris Lettieri
Hi there, I’m Chris! I write mostly about career growth for engineers and data engineering. Subscribe to get the latest posts by email.

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Nov
18
Knowledge & Task Management Systems - Part 2

Knowledge & Task Management Systems - Part 2

In part 1, we introduced some popular PKM and task management frameworks.  Now I’ll share the overlapping core principles
7 min read
Nov
04
Knowledge & Task Management Systems - Part 1

Knowledge & Task Management Systems - Part 1

It's the information age.  There's too much to learn, see, do, watch, read, etc.  How do
5 min read
Oct
14
Try New Things

Try New Things

It’s easy to fall into a routine. We are habit seeking creatures.  Our habits determine our actions and our
2 min read
Sep
30
Work on Your Craft

Work on Your Craft

Employees sell their time and energy on the labor market.  In a free market, we are compensated for the value
2 min read
Sep
23
Make Your Goals a Habit

Make Your Goals a Habit

In Part 1 we covered why we should pay attention to the daily decisions we make and how these minor
4 min read
Sep
16
Small Choices x Consistency = Big Results

Small Choices x Consistency = Big Results

Decisions Compound Over Time Big, audacious goals like running a marathon, writing a book, or building a company do not
2 min read
Sep
09
Write for Yourself to Solve Problems

Write for Yourself to Solve Problems

You’ve probably been told to write more or seen some advice that “engineers should start a blog”.  I’d
2 min read
Sep
02
Tiny Thoughts: What Would You Do If You Knew It Would Fail?

Tiny Thoughts: What Would You Do If You Knew It Would Fail?

Last week, we discussed how to prioritize what you work on.  Now, I want to to step back and help
1 min read
Aug
26
Tiny Thoughts: Prioritizing What to Work On

Tiny Thoughts: Prioritizing What to Work On

I have a lot of interests and ideas.  I bet you do too.  And it’s great to explore new
2 min read
Aug
19
Tiny Thoughts: A Little Better Each Day

Tiny Thoughts: A Little Better Each Day

Make it a point to get a little better each day.  Whatever your current focus is, whatever your goals, just
1 min read