5 Things I Learned From My Dentist Wife That Apply to Engineering

1. The Importance of Continuing Education

2. An Owner / Operator Should Stay Technically Sharp

3. Sales is Part of Your Job

4. Master Your Schedule

5. Produce Value ($$$)

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