People often say that engineers go around looking for bugs to fix in a system. The assumption is that rather than seeing the good we look for the bad, thriving off of numbers and data and struggling with intangibles and outcomes that don’t lend themselves to easy measurement.

As a former engineer, I have been guilty of the above at times. I’ve always applied a very rational quantitative approach to everything I’ve done in my career.

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