RE: Steem Secrets #7 (Delivered By @zoeroces): To Really Shine On Steemit, You Will Need To Be Slow About "Conclusions".
Happy 7th #SecretRevealed!
Truly, this post is Worth the Wait!~~
@sunnylife -- declared "I am a Whale"
@ankarlie -- said "Let us take steemit to the moon."
@enjieneer -- showed our "Real Rewards"
@gerel -- reminded us to be the "Real You" in Steemit
@allerie00 -- advising us to "Study Steemit's History"
@itsjessamae -- emphasized the importance of "Respect"
"before you hurriedly get in the mix or jump into conclusions, consider some of 3 giant scenarios..."
"because overall, many things on steemit are subjective, because even in a community of reputable "humans", what you may not like; others may favor!"
What I learned from my field (Data Scientist) is that before you actually make a conclusion you need to have facts, data and even the history of what you are reporting for, by that we make sure that our conclusions are correct and without any bias. It is easy to criticize a whale especially if you never experienced to be a Whale, the thing is that we should THINK LIKE A WHALE and try understand them, why they do things..etc., come to think of this they are also humans. Part of this growing Community.
From a Future Whale,