A Series of Strength Training Posts

The Engineering Rule Book is a collection of rules, lessons and school-boy-errors that I have picked up over the years while working as a construction engineer.

These rules where often taught to me by mentors, bosses and colleagues. I now hope they can be of use to others and so have put them into URLS.

#### Table of Contents

- Rule 1 - Your Job Is To Make Money [blog]
- Rule 2 - Often The Answer Is Both [blog]
- Rule 3 - Good News, Bad News And Surprises [blog]
- Rule 4 - Relationships Are Success [blog]
- Rule 5 - Start Early [blog]
- Rule 6 - Respect The 6 Ps [blog]
- Rule 7 - Do Not Walk Past It [blog]
- Rule 8 - Keep One Eye Open And An Ear To The Ground [blog]
- Rule 9 - Start With The End In Mind [blog]
- Rule 10 - Measure It [blog]
- Rule 11 - Finding Time [blog]
- Rule 12 - Start With The Hardest Part [blog]
- Rule 13 - Learn To Ask Good Questions [blog]
- Rule 14 - The KISS Principle [blog]
- Rule 15 - We Are All Paid To Think [blog]
- Rule 16 - The Professional Engineer [blog]