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What Type of Recognition Do You Value the Most?

Thank you :)

A simple "thank you" always helps.

But there is something else most satisfying for me.

My mindset, rather than "teach a man to fish and he can feed himself" is "teach a man how to learn how to fish and he can look after himself whatever happens".
I think the best feedback I get is when someone who has been constantly asking questions (there's absolutely nothing wrong with that of course) start finding answers for themselves and telling me what they've been doing.
;-)
Richard

Profound, Richard! Earlier today, someone on the platform asked if they could get help with their first commission.

I wondered why they did not attend the training and learn how to fish. They wanted it quickly, but that's a different matter.

Your latter part is profound... They've learned to research and blog about their findings!

A simple 'Thank you' is also solid.

I appreciate you, Richard, for sharing your thoughts; it gives me perspective. It is very hardcore, in a good sense, of course.

Here's the thing... just my opinion of course...

Many people don't initially take much responsibility for their learning...

They'll often credit a teacher with their progress or lack of progress, thereby passing their responsibility for their own learning, to the teacher.

(It's absolutely right to show gratitude to those who help with information and who stimulate skill development.)

When they start taking more responsibility for their learning, they still ask questions (none of us know everything so asking questions is part of taking responsibility) but...

They'll start doing more research and figuring out what they can for themselves before asking for help, thereby helping themselves more, and others too.

In my world, coaching, as opposed to teaching, tends to lead to people taking more responsibility.
;-)
Richard

That I care and want to help people.

That I'm kinda smart, lol.

This is hard to answer quickly, AbieOi.

I might come back later and update my answer. I'm going outside now to garden, so ttyl.

TeriOi

Absolutely, TeriOi; you can come back anytime to add, diminish, or leave it the same. Instead, write a new comment, lol.

I want to think of a Personal You - what would that be?

It is always great to want to help others, but what is 'truly' valued most? I am trying to research and understand this.

An activity type of sorts, AbieOi.

Care to elaborate, #LOLA?

For me, I would say personal satisfaction and self-acceptance.

David

Perfect 👌

Thank you, David! And good to see you.

Can you elaborate a bit on "Self-Accpetance"? I appreciate your profound response.

Recognising and valuing someone's progress efforts and achievements. Good to see you as well.

Thank you, David! I appreciate your profound input here

It is ambiguous. I don't get it.

Me too, AbieOi.

#LOLA

I think they haven't read the question correctly. AbieOi.

We don't know that?

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I am doing some research; I have one question to ask you. if I may please?

I am doing some research; I have one question to ask you. if I may please?

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Getting Started

What Type of Recognition Do You Value the Most?

Thank you :)

A simple "thank you" always helps.

But there is something else most satisfying for me.

My mindset, rather than "teach a man to fish and he can feed himself" is "teach a man how to learn how to fish and he can look after himself whatever happens".
I think the best feedback I get is when someone who has been constantly asking questions (there's absolutely nothing wrong with that of course) start finding answers for themselves and telling me what they've been doing.
;-)
Richard

Profound, Richard! Earlier today, someone on the platform asked if they could get help with their first commission.

I wondered why they did not attend the training and learn how to fish. They wanted it quickly, but that's a different matter.

Your latter part is profound... They've learned to research and blog about their findings!

A simple 'Thank you' is also solid.

I appreciate you, Richard, for sharing your thoughts; it gives me perspective. It is very hardcore, in a good sense, of course.

Here's the thing... just my opinion of course...

Many people don't initially take much responsibility for their learning...

They'll often credit a teacher with their progress or lack of progress, thereby passing their responsibility for their own learning, to the teacher.

(It's absolutely right to show gratitude to those who help with information and who stimulate skill development.)

When they start taking more responsibility for their learning, they still ask questions (none of us know everything so asking questions is part of taking responsibility) but...

They'll start doing more research and figuring out what they can for themselves before asking for help, thereby helping themselves more, and others too.

In my world, coaching, as opposed to teaching, tends to lead to people taking more responsibility.
;-)
Richard

That I care and want to help people.

That I'm kinda smart, lol.

This is hard to answer quickly, AbieOi.

I might come back later and update my answer. I'm going outside now to garden, so ttyl.

TeriOi

Absolutely, TeriOi; you can come back anytime to add, diminish, or leave it the same. Instead, write a new comment, lol.

I want to think of a Personal You - what would that be?

It is always great to want to help others, but what is 'truly' valued most? I am trying to research and understand this.

An activity type of sorts, AbieOi.

Care to elaborate, #LOLA?

For me, I would say personal satisfaction and self-acceptance.

David

Perfect 👌

Thank you, David! And good to see you.

Can you elaborate a bit on "Self-Accpetance"? I appreciate your profound response.

Recognising and valuing someone's progress efforts and achievements. Good to see you as well.

Thank you, David! I appreciate your profound input here

It is ambiguous. I don't get it.

Me too, AbieOi.

#LOLA

I think they haven't read the question correctly. AbieOi.

We don't know that?

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