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The Engineer Your Mind Blog
Sharing tips and stories to support you
Welcome to the Engineer Your Mind blog where we share regular tips and tricks to support you on your mindset journey as well as sharing the stories of others to show that mindset work and mental health are never just black and white. There are so many variables and we know that there will be something in here that resonates and supports you.
Understanding imposter syndrome, questions to ask yourself to see if you struggle and a system for support
I’m Joe Miller, I’m a civil engineer and project manager and I’ve worked in the industry for over 12 years. I have the pleasure of
In last week’s blog, we spoke about having time to think and evaluate how we are moving forward in post pandemic life or post redundancy
It is a form of rejection and often comes without an explanation which can leave it feeling very personal. It also triggers those comparative thoughts,
During the last few weeks, the risk of redundancy is increasing. Companies are re-evaluating their future workload, staff requirements and even office requirements – I
This time in lockdown has given all of us a lot of time to reflect – but are we using those reflections in a purposeful
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A loss of identity has become a pandemic in itself during the times of COVID-19. With so many people losing their jobs or being put
I was having a discussion with one of my colleagues about fear, how it affects us and how much of a discussion it was during
I’m a 21 year old girl from Poland. Healthy. Middle class family. As a child I used to undertake a lot of extracurricular activities and
When you hear the word “goal” what do you think of? Is it a promotion, a certification, chartership… something tangible? Probably. It is something we
I have had the same conversation with so many people recently and these are the key points I have pulled out. They are feeling overwhelmed
For a long time, I let my focus of control be external. I kept blaming people and situations for the kind of life I was