8572Re: [infoguys-list] I would like your help
- Sep 13, 2005Bill I agree completely.
I do intend to have a page were the results can be viewed. I just thought
by asking private responses I might try to get a more fair appraisal of the
association or group. Sometimes when people know there name will not be
used they will open up more. Plus I did not want this to have a lot of
personal attacks from people with an axe to grind about some of the
What I am looking for is honest input that will be 'interpreted" or 'scored'
in some kind of fair way so that one could see the benefits from joining a
certain group. Or even joining the groups in a different order as ones
money and needs changed.
I do need suggestions on the process of rating. That is why I wanted to
give scores in different areas.
By the very nature of organizations, some might be very helpful in
establishing credentials, while another group might be more helpful in
getting work or assignments. I personally see the need for both.
Credentials without WORK can be more or less just as destructive as having
WORK without Credentials. (I guess that statement would be assessed by ones
vantage point including but not limited to the amount of damage and the
amount of work)
Another category would be the reputation of the group or association that is
giving the Credentials. I think most would agree that a degree from Harvard
or Yale would be more desirable (if affordable) than one from Northwest
Community Corner College located at Your street USA. However, not everyone
can go to Harvard. That does not eliminate the ones that can not go from
being a well versed and very good attorney.
By way of the internet I can become an Ordained Minister or a PHD in just a
matter of days.(or shorter) This is but one example of what I am trying to
help avoid from happening in our industry.
I just thought that if we all pitched in that we could come up with a page
were we could go and see what we think might be best for any of us at any
Personally I could use more WORK and more 'EDUCATION' (Credentials)
I can honestly say that from my initial posting I have already received
enough information I wanted personally to make that posting worth my time.
I only had "one or two" comments that could even slightly be construed as
I would like to have many more comments. (hopefully the positive ones)
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Sent: Tuesday, September 13, 2005 3:17 PM
Subject: Re: [infoguys-list] I would like your help
> In a message dated 9/13/2005 3:25:52 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
> emmylousings@... writes:
> And your email had barely shown up in the INBOX, when you were "blasted"
> publicly, recieving nothing but insults in response to your email.
> I share your concerns about this.
> While I fully believe that some people deserve a good blasting,
> those who preach and pontificate about things they know nothing about, I
> no justification for lambasting anyone asking a perfectly legitimate
> My only suggestion would have been to encourage public replies as opposed
> private as there are probably a lot of people who have no idea that some
> "certifications" are worth a great deal, while others are completely
> I think the helpful thing would be to provide a list of the organizations
> know something about, with comments and let the person who expressed the
> interest compile them.
> Just my .02
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