There are so many variables in a case study. We at this forum. No matter how much we like to think so. We are just one cross section of the rather large demo.
I have met quite a few WC’rs that have never posted nor heard of the WCRA. I properly educated them of course. But they don’t really share the same interests in technology we all do. After all…* “Water seeks it’s own level”, right?*
We have formed to share a common ideal in this tribe. Therefore** we** are not an accurate case study as a whole, just a segment. Which is why the study was distributed outside of this forum as well.
The “Tribe” mentality is great in theory, and there really are a lot of upsides to having created such a thing. The problem is once established,** introducing a new mental model outside the old mental models box, so to speak; is a difficult thing**. The mental* “brain train” * forces regurgitation.
Thank God for thinking “outside the box” right?
Thinking about it… I may think different than some, or at least, I think I do… Whatever…
My mindset. Whether it be spiritual life, financial life, family or personal… I perform my own investigation of the truth.
I am not exactly sure who ran the study, but the wording of the questions can really make or break the honesty in the answers.
In other words… “if I answer like this I will look like a dummy” (even though it is completely anonymous)
“Here is what they want to hear because I have no clue if i would call her an employee or not.”
The human ego is a powerful thing. If questions are asked in the right way, you can take the ego out of the equation. Ask the same question twice or in a slightly different way, and you may get two completely different answers.
THANK YOU for the time and attention it took to put this together.
Liars can figure, but figures don’t lie.
It’s all in the numbers boys and girls.
These numbers tell me… For a guy with my talents… I am definitely in the right place.