Quality Versus Quantity
August 10, 2008 10:21pm CST
I strongly recommend quality over quantity every time. It is not only efficient to appreciate quality work but it is also resourceful to benefit from such a resource. This is the very reason, I refuse to post and start a new discussion if I don't have anything significant to contribute or share. However, sometimes I do feel that I can reply to a certain discussion with a few less words than is required. Can you not be comprehensive and yet concise in writing your feedback over here at myLot? I mean don't get me wrong, I love myLot, it has given me the opportunity to make new friends that share the same passions, opinions and dreams as myself and I say it is one of the best way to grow your social network and links all over the world without boundaries. But the limit of four sentences at least to make your point look "descriptive" over here is somewhat ironic. I think quality should always be preferred. If a certain response can be efficiently and concisely be written in a sentence or two, then why not do such an act? Why stretch it more to meet the requirements mentioned in guidelines. Maybe I am mistaken, but would any experienced fellow myLotter like to shed some light regarding this issue? Thank you in advance.
11 Aug 08
Being a Quality Coach myself, I feel the same way. Discussions here in mylot may not equate with deep analysis, root cause analysis. We are not required to submit certain data or do equations. But discussions should be in depth, with meaning. Something that you know will also affect how and what others feel and think.
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11 Aug 08
Glad to see some users over here that think alike and understand my concern. I mean if somewhere I can be concise and to the point, then why not let it be. Yes, obviously where descriptive analysis is required, its prerequisite and requirements would duly be adhered to and met. Thank you for not succumbing into the temptation of going astray from the quality work you have been doing over here at myLot and thanks for stopping by. Have a great day!