Building a Sustainable Career with a Sustainable Impact
Today, we delve into the crucial aspects of maintaining well-being on this journey—how to sidestep the notorious burnout, and perhaps more importantly, how to fuel and maintain your motivation. Because, let’s face it, the road to creating a meaningful impact can be demanding, and it’s essential to navigate it with resilience and purpose.
Join me for a conversation with Rick Coulson. Rick recently retired from a 34 year career at Intel, most recently as a Senior Fellow in the Intel Optane Group.
Rick is a passionate advocate for career sustainability and for servant leadership. Rick was awarded the Intel Achievement Award four times for his and his team’s work on storage subsystems and SSD technology. He holds more than 90 Patents.
Rick received his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Colorado and his master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford. He is currently a board member at Co-Serve International, a non-profit dedicated to teaching Servant Leadership around the world. With Co-Serve he has been to Kazakhstan 8 times. He’s on the advisory board of Vooks, a company which produces award-winning books that are loved by parents and educators alike, and he’s part of an additional stealth mode start-up (sounds mysterious). He enjoys mentoring and coaching, and today, he’s my guest on the Reliability Matters podcast.
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