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Life of an Architect Podcast Ep. 133: Ask the Show, Fall 2023

Life of an Architect Podcast

Life of an Architect Podcast Ep. 133: Ask the Show, Fall 2023


By Bob Borson, FAIA | September 5, 2023

We get asked a lot of good questions here on the show. They come up in the comment section, they are emailed to us, and sometimes we get stopped at conventions and panel discussions. Some questions come with enough frequency that we select them for mass consideration, which is the point of today’s show. On the list for discussion are management, design process, career skills, and architectural cocktails. Andrew and I answer your burning questions where almost nothing is off-limits. Welcome to Episode 133: Ask the Show 2023, Spring Edition.

Special thanks to today’s sponsor Construction Specialties – they are so focused on the importance of mastering movement, that they have created CEUs specifically on mastering movement. Each course is worth 1 AIA LU/HSW and is part of the Mastering Movement Academy by CS. Visit masteringmovement.net to take this and other courses. 


 

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