Very broad experience over a very long time.
The '10% inspiration and 90% perspiration' rule appears to be true in engineering.
Great patience for helping, guiding and teaching. Others put in the work for me and you pass that attitude down...
(Little patience with "I'm so clever I can be sneering and rude". If you can't work well in groups, you're no use in engineering.)
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