|Which one is needed to work in technology: great patience, or an especially ordered mind?
Both! As well as a need and desire to make something bigger, better, faster or more unique. If we just sold out of the box solutions it would drive me crazy!
Really, both, plus tenacity...
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great patience is key.
An especially ordered mind is an advantage to work with technology but what is truely needed is great patience. Whether they never realise it or not, those who work in technology are in the people business. Great patience is a great asset in dealing with people, and also great listening.
I believe that this question is an extension of the above one in particular of the method. Definitely patience is required to avoid anger and aptitude to loose health.
Ordered mind. An ordered mind will not be impatient.
Great patience. In technology both sides are playing a waiting game. For example Nokia rolls out a new Smartphone. In order to satisfy their customers they need to be patient and wait for people to mention faults, bugs, improvements etc.
The end user wanting a better Smartphone has to be patient because only after like minded people have mentioned faults, bugs, better ideas to the makers can they get a better device through firmware or upgrades. Patience is key.
I would say great patience. Again I point to the iPad. For the youngsters out there, the iPad was not a thought that just occurred 2 years ago. The iPad idea evolved over the past 20 years because of technology advances. Again study technology history. Another technology I can point to that people should study the history of is Cloud computing...not even close to being new. Try an evolution over 30 years. Be patient, or you will become extremely frustrated and possibly resign yourself to something else
Ordered mind. I have almost no patience. So I must be methodical about how I approach work. Otherwise I lose my cool and give up for a few hours. Then I clean up and start fresh.
Great patience. Order is over-rated and I've found being too orderly can lead to over-thinking. When it comes to technology patience can lead to many a great thing... good prices, DYI modifications to enhance products, troubleshooting that actually works. You can be the most organized person in the world and still not be able to do jack-crap in life.
LOL Trick question
Patience - my mind is an artistic one - totally Right Brain and I jump all over the place when working on a project. I am not an ordered sequencial worker :)
Both, but sometimes you also need a chaotic mind
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