Speaker, Teacher, Podcaster, and Encourager Randy Wilburn runs Encourage Build Grow, an agency that helps design firms with Leadership Development, Communication – including Audio Branding and Personal Development.
Randy is the founder of two different podcasts. The Encourage Build Grow podcast helps Design Professionals become better leaders, better communicators, and ultimately better people. The I am Northwest Arkansas podcast covers the intersection of business, culture, entrepreneurship, and life in the Ozarks where he resides. Randy has produced or hosted 600+ podcast episodes.
Finally, he has trained over 5,000 Design Professionals in two decades serving this industry. Randy believes that what engineers and architects do for a living is one of the essential services to our civilization. Outside of our relationship with our fellow man and the natural environment, the built environment is the most important thing.
This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, The “Second Half” of Your Career in Architecture with Randy Wilburn.
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