An engineer knows, among other things, everything
I’ve always been fairly unconcerned about the adequacy of my skills or whether I’m capable of doing something. I am, after all, an engineer.
The cup is always half full
We seldom see ageing as a positive thing, but there is something great about it as well (young as I may still be).
Asking the right questions is the most important
I love to see things in childlike wonder. There is a great power in that and I love to find out how things work. Or why they sometimes don’t.
Do it properly or not at all
I’m driven by a continuous need for development and to develop, both at work and during my spare time. I see problems as challenges which I approach from a practical starting point, relying on theory for support. I consider mastery of the big picture and honing details to be equally natural parts of my area of activities.